Cape as worn by Queen Josefina's coronation 28 September 1844.  LSH museum

SWEDEN_Cape as worn by Queen Josefina's coronation 28 September LSH museum

Garment belonged to Oscar I, worn at his coronation at September 28, 1844.

Courtesy of The Royal Armoury (emuseumplus. Oscar I's blue velvet suit from 1844 broke with the old tradition of the king wearing silver fabric to his coronation.

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Was thinking about a cape for a while. But in general this colour palette is what i'm thinking of and detailing similar to this feel necessary for this costume

Coronation outfit (dress, mantle,  gloves), 1844, at the Royal Armory, Stockholm. Worn by Queen Josefina of Sweden, née Joséphine de Beauharnais (Leuchtenberg), for her coronation in Stockholm on September 28, 1844.

Coronation outfit (dress, mantle, gloves), 1844, at the Royal Armory, Stockholm. Worn by Queen Josefina of Sweden, née Joséphine de Beauharnais (Leuchtenberg), for her coronation in Stockholm on September 28, 1844.

Coronation Mantle of Adolf Frederick's coronation dress, (confusingly, shown with the coronation robe of his son, Gustav III) c. 1751.

SWEDEN_Coronation Mantle of King Adolf Frederick's coronation dress, (confusingly, shown with the coronation robe of his son, Gustav III) c.

Coronation Gown from Elizabeth

A reproduction costume of the actual coronation gown of Queen Elizabeth I. It is amazing it survived the English Civil War and Cromwell's wrath. Most of Elizabeth's royal jewels and regalia were melted down or destroyed.

Dress as worn by Queen Josefina's coronation 28 September 1844. dress is stitched in silvertyg with sewn crowns of different sizes. LSH museum

1844 Queen Josefina's coronation dress (Royal Armoury, Skokloster Castle and The Hallwyl Museum - Stockholm Sweden)

Elizabeth I's coronation dress, used in January 1559:

The 'Coronation' costume for "Queen Elizabeth I" (as worn by Cate Blanchett) 'Elizabeth' Costume designed by Alexandra Byrne.

Coronation mantle of Eric XIV of Sweden

tiny-librarian: Coronation mantle of Eric XIV of Sweden, once a bright purple velvet now faded. It was also worn by three other Swedish Kings at their coronations: John III, Charles IX, and Gustav II Adolf.

Lithograph of Queen Sofia's Norwegian coronation dress,  1873, by Johan Fredrik Meyer (tailor: Albert Valentin & Co Stockholm), collection of the Royal Armory, Stockholm. The actual dress is in the collection of the Norwegian Folk Museum (photo: Reinsfelt, Anne-Lise, via DigitaltMuseum). CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES.

Lithograph of Queen Sofia's Norwegian coronation dress, by Johan Fredrik Meyer (tailor: Albert Valentin & Co Stockholm), collection of the Royal Armory, Stockholm. The actual dress is in the collection of the Norwegian Folk Museum (photo: Reinsfelt,

Russian court dress. Maria Graevinitz, the wife of Baron G. A. de Graevinitz, a Russian diplomat. 1900. Digital colouring.

Maria Graevinitz, the wife of Baron G. de Graevinitz, a Russian diplomat.

1804 or after Joséphine's court dress | Grand Ladies | gogm

I love watching period dramas. One of the reasons are the clothes. I love and century clothing. Clothing of the regency period is my favorite. The regency period lasted from 1795 to Women’s clothing during this time.

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