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Ceremonial court dress, Russia, late 19th to early 20th century. Silk and metal thread. State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg (link: http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/08.+Applied+Arts/1263437/?lng=en). The top two photos are via Belleza_Storia on LiveJournal (link: http://bellezza-storia.livejournal.com/100645.html?style=mine#cutid1). CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Ceremonial court dress, Russia, late to early century. Silk and metal thread

Ceremonial court dress belonging to Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. Made by the workshop of O. Bulbenkova (?), St. Petersburg, Russia. Late 19th to early 20th centuries. Velvet, satin and gilded metal thread. State Hermitage Museum (links: https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/08.+Applied+Arts/1263422/?lng=en, http://www.hermitageline.ru/ru/blog/view/bal). Other photos are via Ghosts of Imperial Russia's Tumblr. CLICK FOR VERY LARGE, HI-RES IMAGES.

Ceremonial court dress belonging to Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. Made by the workshop of O. Velvet, satin and gilded metal thread.

Above: The elder daughters of Tsar Nicholas II, Grand Duchesses Olga Nikolaevna and Tatiana Nikolaevna (left and right, respectively) in their court dresses, 1900s. Photo via Kootyl's Tumblr. Below: Child's court dress, Russia, 1900s. Silk, silver thread, tulle, gaze de soie. State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. The extant gown at the Hermitage is a close match for little Olga's dress, as they are both decorated with a pattern of dandelions. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

The elder daughters of Tsar Nicholas II, Grand Duchesses Olga Nikolaevna and Tatiana Nikolaevna (left and right, respectively) in their court dresses,

Night Gowns of OTMA : Since the days of Alexander II, the Tsar's children were raised as simply as possible. They slept on hard camp cots without pillows (except when they were ill), took cold baths in the morning, and were expected to tidy their rooms and do needlework to be sold at various charity events when they were not otherwise occupied. The two pairs of sisters shared a bedroom (one for the Big Pair and other for the Little Pair) and were very close to one another from early…

The night gowns of OTMA, the last Grand Duchesses of Russia. “ Since the days of Alexander II, the Tsar’s children were raised as simply as possible. They slept on hard camp cots without pillows,.

Russian Court dress by Nadezhda Lamanova's Workshop. Late19th - early 20th century. #history #Russian #court #dress

Silver- and gold-embroidered ceremonial court dress of pink moiré (without cape, showing train), by Nadezhda "Hope" Lamanova, Russian, late Gown of Empress Alexandra Romanov

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Yellow evening dress belonging to Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova – Empress consort of Russia as spouse of Nicholas II, the last Emperor of the Russian Empire. Mother of Anastasia

Alexei...Many images of small boys from the Victorian period and earlier appear feminine by today's standards. Some images show young boys in dresses almost identical to those of girls. This was especially prevalent amount Royals!

Tsarevich Alexei--The Tsarevich was less than a month shy of his fourteenth birthday when he was murdered on 16 July 1918 along with his four sisters and parents during the Russian Civil War by order of the Bolshevik government

Child's ceremonial dress, belonging to one of the daughters of Tsar Nicholas II, Russia, beginning of the 20th century. Satin, taffeta, tulle, gaze de soie, silver, metallic thread. State Hermitage Museum (link: http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/08.+Applied+Arts/1263434/?lng=ru). Portraits of Grand Duchesses Olga Nikolaevna and Tatiana Nikolaevna in court dresses with a similar braided trim, 1904 (link: https://vk.com/wall-28405715?own=1&offset=60).

Child's ceremonial dress, belonging to one of the daughters of Tsar Nicholas II, Russia, beginning of the 20th century. Satin, taffeta, tulle, gaze de soie, silver, metallic thread. State Hermitage Museum (link: http://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/08.+Applied+Arts/1263434/?lng=ru). Portraits of Grand Duchesses Olga Nikolaevna and Tatiana Nikolaevna in court dresses with a similar braided trim, 1904 (link: https://vk.com/wall-28405715?own=1&offset=60).

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