Ceremonial court dress belonging to Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. Made by the workshop of O. Bulbenkova (?), St. Petersburg, Russia. Late 19th to early 20th centuries. Velvet, satin and gilded metal thread. State Hermitage Museum (links: https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/08.+Applied+Arts/1263422/?lng=en, http://www.hermitageline.ru/ru/blog/view/bal). Other photos are via Ghosts of Imperial Russia's Tumblr. CLICK FOR VERY LARGE, HI-RES IMAGES.
Court dress, 1800-1810, from the Musee du Costume et de la Dentelle
Russian court dress, Worth, ca. 1888. Silver moiré skirt and emerald green silk velvet boned bodice with matching 12-foot train. It is trimmed with a band of silk fringe and velvet ruffles. Indianapolis Museum of Art
Court dress, Worth, ca. 1890. Brocaded satin woven with gold silk roses. Front plastron & skirt panels covered with silk floss & pearl-beaded roses. Hanging sleeves edged in silver braid. Made for the Russian court. Kerry Taylor Auctions/Invaluable
Ceremonial court dress of Empress Maria Fyodorovna from lilac pink velvet and tulle with silver needlework 1870-1880 Russia, St. Petersburg Velvet, silk, tulle, lace, silver threads, wire, embroidery, plaiting. From Hermitage Museum site.
Imperial Russian court dress, House of Worth, c. 1888. Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Imperial Court Costume - Alexander Palace Time Machine - court gown of Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna 1894
Court dress thought to belong to Marie Antoinette ca. 1780’s From the Royal Ontario Museum
Court dress, possibly made in Paris in 1838. Worn by Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma (1791-1847), Napoleon's second wife and empress consort of the French from 1810 to 1814. Collection of Museo Glauco Lombardi, Parma. Images via Museo Glauco Lombardi on Facebook.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (née Victoria of Baden) wearing court dress and a necklace from the Leuchtenberg sapphire parure, in a photograph dated 1907 (courtesy of Carolath Habsburg Tumblr). Her gown closely matches a dress created for her by Anna Gröber in 1906 that is now in the collection of the Royal Armory in Stockholm. Color photograph of the Leuchtenberg parure (necklace and earrings) via royals-and-quotes on Tumblr. CLICK THROUGH FOR BIGGER IMAGES.