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Kedleston Hall | National Trust. Lady Curzon's peacock dress for the Delhi Durbar.

n 1902 Lord Curzon organized the Delhi Durbar to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII, “the grandest pageant in history”, which created a tremendous sensation. At the state ball Mary wore an extravagant coronation gown, by the House of Worth

ephemeral-elegance: “ “The Peacock Dress,” 1902 Designed by House of Worth Worn by Lady Curzon, Vicereine of India, at the Delhi Durbar which celebrated of the coronation of Edward VII. The gold, silk, and beetle wing fabric was created in India and...

Peacock Dress by House of Worth worn by Mary, Lady Curzon, Vicereine of India, at the Delhi Durbar which was held in 1903 in celebration of the coronation of Edward VII. A guest at the ball remarked: “You cannot conceive what a dream she looked”.

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Circa 1893 Silk evening dress made by Louise Winter. This evening dress is decorated with net panels embroidered with gold thread and beetle wing cases from a species of jewel beetle. The panels were probably made in India where Madras and Calcutta were centers for beetle-wing embroidery made for the European market. The iridescent blue-green beetle wing cases reflect the light like sequins.

Dress Silk evening dress, c. Made by Louise Winter, Bentinck Street, Cavendish Square. This evening dress is decorated with net panels embroidered with gold thread and beetle wing cases from a species of jewel beetle. Museum of London.

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Designed by Charles Frederick Worth in I like this picture becauseIts it's beautiful design and stunning!

Evening gown, 1911  Silk satin, silk floss, crystal beads, rhinestones, metallic lace  Paris Weeks  Bertha Palmer attended the coronation of...

Evening dress, by Weeks, at the Chicago History Museum. Bertha Honoré Palmer at the coronation ceremonies of King George V.

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