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Nicholas II of Russia and Alexandra Fyodorovna, Alix of Hesse, in Russian dress Ball in the Winter Palace, 1903 was a famous luxurious ball during the reign of the emperor Nicholas II of Russia in the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg (February 11 and 13). All the visitors were in fancy dresses on a fashion of 17th century (times of Alexis of Russia, 2nd tsar from Romanov dynasty).

Prince Nicholas Youssoupoff. Heir to the largest private fortune in Imperial Russia, killed in a duel in 1908.

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Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich of Russia with the commander of the Imperial Yacht Standart, Nikolai Sablin.

Caucasia and Transcaucasia: Ethnic Photos From the XIX Century. In the Kuban region

Archduchess Clotilde of Austria, neé Princess of Saxe Coburg and Gotha. 1880s.

The Yusupov Rock Crystal Tiara--Prince Felix Yusupov (1887-1967), best known for his role in the assassination of Rasputin, was a Russian aristocrat with incredible wealth. In 1914 he married Tsar Nicholas II’s niece, Irina Alexandrovna (1895-1970). Felix had an eye for, and a love for, jewelry, and he bought this Cartier tiara as a gift for his bride. She wore it on their wedding day, where it held a veil that had belonged to Marie-Antoinette and topped a gown of silver embroidered white…

“Prince Gavril Konstantinovich ”. Prince Gabriel Konstantinovich of Russia. The second son of Grand Duke Konstantin Konstantinovich of Russia and Grand Duchess Elizabeth Mavrikievna. A great-grandson of Tsar Nicholas I, he was born in Imperial Russia and served in the army during World War I. He lost much of his family during the war and the Russian Revolution. He narrowly escaped execution by the Bolsheviks and spent the rest of his life living in exile in France.