Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna Romanova of Russia with her grandson Tikhon in 1920.A♥W
Cottage inaugurated in 1889 by Empress Maria Feodorovna, who called it "our beloved dacha in miniature". In 1891, the children of Alexander and Dagmar and Georges Nicolas, engraved their names on a window with a diamond ring.Tsar Nicolas II signed "Nicky". They remain to this day .After the death of Alexander III in 1894, the Empress widow would not set foot in it.. On the death of the Empress in 1928, her heir Grand Duchess Olga sold the house.
Antique cabinet photograph of Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna ( she is 21 years old) in her Russian Court dress. 1885. Ilinskoe is mentioned in the handwritten signature. It is a favourite countryside estate of Ella and her husband Sergei. Imperial Court photographer Carl I. Bergamasco. #history #Russian #court #dress
Russian Court dress.Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaievna (left) and Grand Duchess…
Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia, Princess Dagmar of Denmark.
Catherine II (the Great), Empress of Russia 1780
Coco Chanel and Dmitri Pavlovich. Though there is no hard evidence, some authors credit him with introducing Coco to the Russian-French chemist Ernest Beaux, who developed the legendary Chanel №5 fragrance.
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