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Black court dress of Empress Elisabeth. About 1885 - The crafted silk top is reinforced with whalebone. It is closed at the front by round, pearls, covered with Posamentrie and wooden buttons.

Black court dress of Empress Elisabeth. About 1885 - The crafted silk top is reinforced with whalebone. It is closed at the front by round, pearls, covered with Posamentrie and wooden buttons.

Real Princesses Of The World | but there are real life black princesses (and queens!) in this world ...

Six Real Life Black Women Royals

Real Princesses Of The World | but there are real life black princesses (and queens!) in this world ...

Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette; detail from a portrait of Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and Archduke Maximilian of Austria by Joseph Hauzinger. Circa 1776.

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Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette; detail from a portrait of Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and Archduke Maximilian of Austria by Joseph Hauzinger. Circa 1776.

❤ - Bianca Maria Sforza https://hemmahoshilde.wordpress.com/2015/09/06/bianca-maria-sforza-the-bachelorette/ <--- You are welcome to read more about her wedding on my blog :).

Bianca Maria Sforza – the Bachelorette

❤ - Bianca Maria Sforza https://hemmahoshilde.wordpress.com/2015/09/06/bianca-maria-sforza-the-bachelorette/ <--- You are welcome to read more about her wedding on my blog :).

Joanna of Castile  (aka Juanalaloca) (6 November 1479 – 12 April 1555), this portrait of Joanna was done in Flanders, ca 1500. Joanna was not just a great beauty in her youth, but one of the most educated women in Europe, fluent in several languages.After her husband Philip's death in 1506, Joanna became mentally ill and was confined to a nunnery for the rest of her life.

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Joanna of Castile (aka Juanalaloca) (6 November 1479 – 12 April 1555), this portrait of Joanna was done in Flanders, ca 1500. Joanna was not just a great beauty in her youth, but one of the most educated women in Europe, fluent in several languages.After her husband Philip's death in 1506, Joanna became mentally ill and was confined to a nunnery for the rest of her life.

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