Qing dynasty winter attire of royal consort. Hua Fei/ Nian Shi Lan from Zhen Huan Zhuan.

华妃-蒋欣饰演 Qing dynasty winter attire of royal consort. Hua Fei/ Nian Shi Lan from Zhen Huan Zhuan.

The palace where the empress dowager lives in China’s Forbidden City——Shoukang Palace 寿康宫. Shoukang means longevity and well-being. 紫禁城杂志

The palace where the empress dowager lives in China’s Forbidden City——Shoukang Palace 寿康宫. Shoukang means longevity and well-being.

Masquerade Costume of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna  1903

Masquerade Costume of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna - Nicholas & Alexandra Exhibit Items

Full length color image of Catherine the Great's daughter Empress Elizabeth I aka. Елизаве́та (Елисавет) Петрвна, by George Stuart.

Full Length View of Empress Elizabeth I (Romanov dynasty) in mixed media. Figure from the Museum of Ventura County collection.

Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sissi) replica hair stars. Also styled after the ones Christine wore in the Phantom of the Opera movie. From my collection.

Empress Elisabeth of Austria (Sissi) replica hair stars. Also styled after the ones Christine wore in the Phantom of the Opera movie.

Count Hendrikow, Grand Mattre of Ceremonies, attachment to the person of Her Majesty the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna Costume duStolnik Peter Potemkin -Ambassadeur Extraordinary Tsar pres His Britannic Majesty (XVII century)....010 by klimbims on deviantART

Vasiliy Alexandrovich, Count Hendrikov at the Winter Palace Costume Ball in in the attire based from Stolnik Peter Potemkin's portrait by Juan Carreño de Miranda

The Suite of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna at the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg

The Suite of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna at the Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg - The Small Winter Garden

Tao Xiran(An Lingrong) in Legend of Zhen Huan(Empresses In The Palace,甄嬛传).

Tao Xiran(An Lingrong) in Legend of Zhen Huan(Empresses In The Palace,甄嬛传).

Anastasia, Maria, Tatiana and Olga in the Mauve Room at the Alexander Palace, 1905

Rare of the Grand Duchesses Anastasia, Maria, Tatiana and Olga, c.

Alexandra Feodorovna received her jewelry as gifts. Her relatives knew she prefered jewelry over other things and they often picked things with sentimental value - dates, initials, charms - which the Empress loved. Leaving for exile Alix took a brooch holding a single diamond of 100 ca, and its value would have paid for ALL of the Faberge eggs she had. || Link & Image:: List of Imperial Jewels found in Tobolsk 1933 - Alexander Palace Time Machine

List of Imperial Jewels found in Tobolsk 1933 - Alexander Palace Time Machine

Antique hairpin that once adorned one of the wives of a Qing Dynasty emperor, in the Palace Museum, Beijing.

Antique hairpin that once adorned one of the wives of a Qing Dynasty emperor, in the Palace Museum, Beijing.

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