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Russian Renaissance Court Wedding Gown


Rare Renaissance custom designed wedding dress; replica of a dress worn at court weddings by the Imperial Family of Russia in the second half of the 19th century. Historical book shows the wedding dress on the front "The Russian Style" edited by Jacqueline Onassis with The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Photograph of dress isn't completed yet. Rare dress is of cream satin, fitted bodice that ends in a point at the waist, front and back. Jewel/round neckline. Hanging sleeves that are 26" from shoulder to sleeve hem, skirt is pleated. Accentuated with pearls around the neckline and bodice. Additional embellishment consists of golden thread appliques and pearls. The long train is 9.5 feet from the waist to the end, 6' at widest point, skirt is 39" from waist to hem or 55.5" from back of neck to hem. Train has pearled looped handle to wear around wrist. Never worn. Great condition.
Size: 4-6 Small, waist measures 26", bust measures 34". Ten Emerald green silk velvet Brides Maid with dresses with rhinestone spaghetti straps in various sizes with matching caplets.

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