An equestrian fashion plate from Godey’s Lady’s Book, 1842
Polynesian dancers chibi.
1866 riding habit
1849 Godey’s Fashion plate depicting fashionable ladies in riding habits
Earlier today someone asked about dresses that combine both edwardian and flapper elements, and this evening dress from the late 1910s that I just found is a great example. I’ll post a late 1910s spam after I get through the wedding dress spam I got asked for, first.
Dress, c. 1885
Cartier - Tiaras
1) Made by Cartier Paris in 1914, this audacious piece of avant-garde is a magnificent example of Art Deco style. Echoing the model of Russian kokoshnik tiaras, this platinum piece is set with round diamonds, 15 pearls, onyx and fancied with black enamel.
2) Lady Hesketh’s Tiara, 1910
3) Princess Marie Bonaparte’s tiara (1907). Made for her wedding with Prince George of Greece and Denmark.
4) Sunburst Kokoshnik tiara, 1927
5) Kokoshnik style tiara, 1908
6) Charlotte’s Pearl drop tiara. Made by Cartier Paris as a wedding gift for Princess Charlotte, mother of Prince Rainier, grandmother of Prince Albert. It has been worn by Princess Caroline a few times.
John Redfern & Sons