Free: Han Solo Labels.  Have your students label Han Solo by cutting and gluing the labels. Freebie For A Teacher From A Teacher. Enjoy! Regina Davis aka Queen Chaos @ fairytalesandfict...

Free: Han Solo Labels. Have your students label Han Solo by cutting and gluing the labels. Freebie For A Teacher From A Teacher. Enjoy! Regina Davis aka Queen Chaos @ fairytalesandfict...

LOT 623 SPANISH QUEEN'S STRIPED SILK DRESS, c. 1810. White and pale red having high waist and short puffed sleeve, slightly trained skirt, the hem decorated with a double row of pinked and ruched self fabric, unusual back closing, possibly originally covered by a train, belonged to the Queen Consort of Spain and the Indies, nee Marie Julie Clary. B-36, high W-30, L 52 1/2-55 1/2. (Small mend at top of shoulder, few small, light stains) excellent.

LOT 623 SPANISH QUEEN'S STRIPED SILK DRESS, c. 1810. White and pale red having high waist and short puffed sleeve, slightly trained skirt, the hem decorated with a double row of pinked and ruched self fabric, unusual back closing, possibly originally covered by a train, belonged to the Queen Consort of Spain and the Indies, nee Marie Julie Clary. B-36, high W-30, L 52 1/2-55 1/2. (Small mend at top of shoulder, few small, light stains) excellent.

Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain. Victoria Eugenia de Battenberg, granddaughter of Queen Victoria, wife of King Alfonso XIII and Queen consort of Spain from 1906 to 1931.

Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain. Victoria Eugenia de Battenberg, granddaughter of Queen Victoria, wife of King Alfonso XIII and Queen consort of Spain from 1906 to 1931.

From Christie's: "Discovered in the early 1500s in the Gulf of Panama, the pear-shaped pearl became part of the crown jewels of Spain. Prince Philip II of Spain gave it as a wedding gift to his wife, Mary Tudor of England, and it later passed on to the Spanish queens Margarita and Isabel, who proudly wore the pearl in 17th century portraits painted by Velázquez himself. Richard Burton famously purchased the pearl for Elizabeth Taylor at auction in 1969 for 37,000, after successfully…

From Christie's: "Discovered in the early 1500s in the Gulf of Panama, the pear-shaped pearl became part of the crown jewels of Spain. Prince Philip II of Spain gave it as a wedding gift to his wife, Mary Tudor of England, and it later passed on to the Spanish queens Margarita and Isabel, who proudly wore the pearl in 17th century portraits painted by Velázquez himself. Richard Burton famously purchased the pearl for Elizabeth Taylor at auction in 1969 for 37,000, after successfully…

Cartier Loop Tiara, Spanish royal house known as the 'Queen Maria Christina Loop Tiara'.

Cartier Loop Tiara, Spanish royal house known as the 'Queen Maria Christina Loop Tiara'.

igorinna: Живопись - *На подиуме 16-18 века....*

igorinna: Живопись - *На подиуме 16-18 века....*

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LOT 623 SPANISH QUEEN'S STRIPED SILK DRESS, c. 1810. White and pale red having high waist and short puffed sleeve, slightly trained skirt, the hem decorated with a double row of pinked and ruched self fabric, unusual back closing, possibly originally covered by a train, belonged to the Queen Consort of Spain and the Indies, nee Marie Julie Clary. B-36, high W-30, L 52 1/2-55 1/2. (Small mend at top of shoulder, few small, light stains) excellent.

LOT 623 SPANISH QUEEN'S STRIPED SILK DRESS, c. 1810. White and pale red having high waist and short puffed sleeve, slightly trained skirt, the hem decorated with a double row of pinked and ruched self fabric, unusual back closing, possibly originally covered by a train, belonged to the Queen Consort of Spain and the Indies, nee Marie Julie Clary. B-36, high W-30, L 52 1/2-55 1/2. (Small mend at top of shoulder, few small, light stains) excellent.

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