Coronation dress of Empress Maria Feodorovna, Studio of Izambard Chanceau, embroidery studio of A. Laman, St. Petersburg, 1883. Collection of Moscow Kremlin Museums. Photos via: Moscow Kremlin Museums (three-quarter frontal view); m24.ru (back view); madoa on Flickr (detail of train). Maria Feodorovna can be seen wearing the dress in Georges Becker's 1888 painting, "The Coronation of Emperor Alexander III and Empress Maria Feodorovna." Collection of the State Hermitage Museum, St…
Maria Feodorovna (Princess Dagmar) (1847–1928) Denmark wearing a fur-trimmed red dress by François Flameng (Hermitage) in 1894. Wife of Alexander III (Alexander Alexandrovich Romanov) (1845-1894) Russia. 4th Child of King Christian IX 1818-1906) Denmark & Princess Louise (1817-1898) Hesse, Germany. Christian was not in the immediate line of succession to the Denmark throne. But, Christian became heir to the throne in the unexpected extinction of the senior line of the House of Oldenburg.
Maria Feodorovna, Empress Consort of Russia, she never accepted the fate of her sons and grandchildren, and in fact continued hoping that they had all managed to survive the revolution.The Dowager Empress of Russia, Maria died in 1928.
Cartier Wave Tiara belonging to Maria Feodorovna (26 November 1847 – 13 October 1928) - a tiara that can be worn as a necklace. Born Princess Dagmar of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and later Princess Dagmar of Denmark, she was Empress consort of Russia as spouse of Emperor Alexander III. She was the second daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark and Louise of Hesse-Cassel. Among her children was the last Russian monarch, Emperor Nicholas II, whom she outlived by ten years