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Moda do século 17

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Woman's Dress (Mantua) with Stomacher and Petticoat

Woman's Dress (Mantua) with Stomacher and Petticoat, Unknown, Italy, circa 1700, Costumes, Silk satin with metallic-thread embroidery.

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An amazing extant wardrobe from the 17th century

The Livrustkammaren in Stockholm has a treasure that no one really talks about, despite that it is such an amazing thing as 40 something it...

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Heavy Is The Crown

Over 3,000 followers celebratory spam! Consorts Queen Caroline (b.1683-d.1737) was wife of King George II

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20 inch Photo. Elisabeth of France (1602-1644). Queen consort of

20x16 inch (51x41cm) Print - High quality RA4 prints. Elisabeth of France (1602-1644). Queen consort of Spain (1621 to 1644) and Portugal (1621 to 1640) as the first wife of King Philip IV of Spain. She was daughter of King Henry IV of France and his second spouse Marie de Medici. Portrait by Rodrigo de Villandrando (1588-1622). Prado Museum. Madrid. Spain. 17th, barroque, borbon, bourbon, catalan, consort, crown, elisabeth, gorget, iv, madame, madrid, monarchy, personage, philip, portugal, prado, revolt, rodrigo, royale, spanih, spouse, villandrado, wife. Image supplied by Mary Evans Prints Online. Product ID:dmcs_14325503_6968_0

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An amazing extant wardrobe from the 17th century

The Livrustkammaren in Stockholm has a treasure that no one really talks about, despite that it is such an amazing thing as 40 something it...

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Aula de história da moda com os trajes das princesas da Disney

História da Moda e as princesas da Disney - A ilustradora Claire Hummel é obcecada por figurinos históricos e, como a maioria das mulheres, apaixonada pelas princesas da Disney. Em pesquisa descobriu que os vestidos das princesas não condiziam com a história da moda. Então Claire redesenhou os figurinos das princesas e os deixou mais próximos da realidade, confira o resultado:

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