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A Lady in a Red Dress, ca. 1730; Falmouth Art Gallery FAMAG:1000.38

A Lady in a Red Dress, ca. 1730; Falmouth Art Gallery FAMAG:1000.38

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration & Ideas

Peach And Grey Wedding Inspiration and Ideas I do actually like these colors... but I didn't want him to wear a grey-grey suit...

Lady Jemina Gray geschilderd door Charles Jervas 1716-1720 - Turquerie in Portrait Painting

Lady Jemina Gray geschilderd door Charles Jervas 1716-1720 - Turquerie in Portrait Painting

1700's Women's Fashion ~ Colonial America.    A very nice dress like this one ment you had lost of money and power.

1700's Women's Fashion ~ Colonial America. A very nice dress like this one ment you had lost of money and power.

To celebrate Independence Day, we wanted to take a look at some of the  jewels worn by the women who played First Lady to our founding fathers.  A portrait of young Martha Washington.  As the very first First Lady of the United States of America, Martha  Washington understood the importance of keeping up appearances. Though she  was not ostentatious in her wardrobe choices, Martha did average about $150  per year in jewelry purchases, and some surviving pieces (shown below)  reveal a…

Jewels of the First First Ladies

To celebrate Independence Day, we wanted to take a look at some of the jewels worn by the women who played First Lady to our founding fathers. A portrait of young Martha Washington. As the very first First Lady of the United States of America, Martha Washington understood the importance of keeping up appearances. Though she was not ostentatious in her wardrobe choices, Martha did average about $150 per year in jewelry purchases, and some surviving pieces (shown below) reveal a…

1727 Anne Hatton, Countess of Winchilsea, by Jonathan Richardson (National Portrait Gallery - London, UK)

1727 Anne Hatton, Countess of Winchilsea, by Jonathan Richardson (National Portrait Gallery - London, UK)

Mrs James Tassie, probably Ann Harker (1730–1790) by David Allan, 1778-1779,  National Galleries of Scotland

Mrs James Tassie, probably Ann Harker (1730–1790) by David Allan, 1778-1779, National Galleries of Scotland

Portrait of Maria Amalia von Bayern. 18th century.

Portrait of Maria Amalia von Bayern. 18th century.

1750 Flora MacDonald painted by William Robertson

1750 Flora MacDonald painted by William Robertson

Finely painted portrait of a huntress in an 18th century style riding habit, holding her rifle and Dalmatian in a landscape.

Finely painted portrait of a huntress in an 18th century style riding habit, holding her rifle and Dalmatian in a landscape.

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