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“Grand habit” or court robe with train, “en fourreau”, and petticoat, said to belong to Marie-Antoinette of France  Attributed to the dressmaker Marie-Jean “Rose” Bertin (1747 - 1813). Silk satin, applique, embroidered with metal threads, chenille, sequins and applied glass pastes, 1780’s, altered in 1870’s, Bourbon. [4th of four pins]

details “Grand habit” or court robe with train, “en fourreau”, and petticoat, said to belong to Marie-Antoinette of France

Celebrations for the wedding of Marie Antoinette  and Louis XVI

On Wednesday May 1770 Marie Antoinette Josephe Jeanne Archduchess of Austria married Louis Auguste Dauphin of France.

The 18th Century goes Fluoro! More 1970s than 1930s!  George Arliss (far right) - stage and screen actor plays Voltaire in Voltaire, 1933. The Georgian Git in the middle is wearing a frockcoat and breeches sponsored by a Highlight marker manufacturer.

The Century goes Fluoro! More than George Arliss (far right) - stage and screen actor plays Voltaire in Voltaire, The Georgian Git in the middle is wearing a frockcoat and breeches sponsored by a Highlight marker manufacturer.

Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Swann, in her wedding gown from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Mans Chest.

"Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest' Costume designed by Penny Rose." this dress is beautiful.

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