Annemieke Peijnenburg

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1812-1815 - England - Girl's dress of white muslin embroidered from the hem with a floral design in coloured wools. The dress has a high-waisted bodice, vertically-gathered puffed sleeves and a trained skirt.  Muslin embroidered in wool  (V Museum)

1812-1815 - England - Girl's dress of white muslin embroidered from the hem with a floral design in coloured wools. The dress has a high-waisted bodice, vertically-gathered puffed sleeves and a trained skirt. Muslin embroidered in wool (V Museum)

c1818 Dress | British | The Met

c1818 Dress | British | The Met

Brocaded silk robe in apple green with flower design, possibly English, 1780.

Brocaded silk robe in apple green with flower design, possibly English, 1780.

Wedding Dress: ca. 1779-1780, Norwegian, hand-woven silk satin, glazed linen, cotton, silk trimmings, baleen boning, hand-stitching.

Wedding Dress: ca. 1779-1780, Norwegian, hand-woven silk satin, glazed linen, cotton, silk trimmings, baleen boning, hand-stitching.

1760-1765, England - Sack-back gown and petticoat - Silk and linen, hand woven and hand sewn

1760-1765, England - Sack-back gown and petticoat - Silk and linen, hand woven and hand sewn

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Caroline Matilda of Great Britain – died on 10 May 1775 in Celle. In 1769 her husband King Christian VII Denmark and Norway returned from a long tour of Europe bringing with him Johann Friedrich Struensee as royal physician. Her interest in the charming doctor developed. In January 1770 he was given his own bedroom in the royal palace, and by spring 1770 he was her lover. Struensee was executed, Caroline Matilda was divorced and banished to Celle Castle. In Celle, she was known for her…

Caroline Matilda of Great Britain – died on 10 May 1775 in Celle. In 1769 her husband King Christian VII Denmark and Norway returned from a long tour of Europe bringing with him Johann Friedrich Struensee as royal physician. Her interest in the charming doctor developed. In January 1770 he was given his own bedroom in the royal palace, and by spring 1770 he was her lover. Struensee was executed, Caroline Matilda was divorced and banished to Celle Castle. In Celle, she was known for her…