Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation Dress, designed by Norman Hartnell and Coronation Robe made by Ede and Ravenscroft and embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework, 1953.

Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation Dress, designed by Norman Hartnell and Coronation Robe made by Ede and Ravenscroft and embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework 1953

Dress and robes designed by Norman Hartnell for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 2, 1953 From the Royal Collection via the Telegra...

Dress and robes designed by Norman Hartnell for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, June 1953 From the Royal Collection via the Telegra.

Coronation Dress and Robe, 1953, Made for HM The Queen. By Sir Norman Hartnell (Dress); Royal School of Needlework (Robe)

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Flashback Friday: The Queen's Coronation Gown

The Queen being crowned  in 1953 Jesus, God the great I am. He wore a sac & sandals. They need all this? so stupid

Diamond Jubilee: The Queen's Coronation film is shown for first time in 59 years

It looks like I'm the queen (coronation gown) by shoomlah.deviantart.com on @deviantART

It looks like I'm the queen (coronation gown) by shoomlah on deviantART Historically Accurate Elsa

Britain’s 27-year-old Queen Elizabeth had been crowned in Westminster Abbey earlier that day, June 2, 1953, and now she poses for photographs in Buckingham Palace. She is wearing the Imperial State Crown and the exquisite Coronation gown designed by Sir Norman Hartnell. The 21ft ermine-trimmed velvet Purple Robe of Estate flows from her shoulders.    She is flanked by her Maids of Honour: six of the country’s most blueblooded young women, all single, beautiful and, like the Queen, wearing…

The Pippas of their day! They were the aristocratic beauties who almost stole the show at the Coronation 60 years ago. Now they share their behind the scenes stories

Queen Elizabeth II Maids of Honour Coronation June 1953 Buckingham Palace photographed by Cecil Beaton

Duchess of Cambridge's elegant hairstyle at the Queen's Coronation Ceremony. June 4, 2013

Duchess Kate: Kate in Pale Pink Packham For The Queen's Coronation Service - I love her hair!

Catherine Middleton arriving at Westminster Abbey on 4 June 2013, wearing Jenny Packham dress and coat, Jane Taylor hat and LK Bennett shoes

Kate's a peach! Duchess of Cambridge is elegant in nude Jenny Packham as she leads glamorous female Royals at Queen's Coronation service

Catherine Middleton arriving at Westminster Abbey on 4 June 2013, wearing Jenny Packham dress and coat, Jane Taylor hat and LK Bennett shoes

The Queen's Coronation 1953 ' at Buckingham Palace in central London. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the coronation.

'The Queen's Coronation 1953' exhibition at Buckingham Palace in London

The exhibition, 'The Queens Coronation brings together an unprecedented array of dresses, uniforms and robes worn at the historic event. In addition, paintings, objects and works of art relating to the Coronation are also on display.

Queen Victoria's coronation set.  Imagine the fire when these stones move in candlelight.

Jewellery fit for a Queen: Monarch to unveil collection of private treasures in time for 2012 Jubilee

Queen Victoria-my favorite! The diamond coronation necklace and earrings were originally created for Queen Victoria. The jewels have been worn by Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary, The Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth II at their coronations.

DOCs at Westminster Abbey to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation,  6/4/13

Kate's a peach! Duchess of Cambridge is elegant in nude Jenny Packham as she leads glamorous female Royals at Queen's Coronation service

Duchess of Cambridge arrives for a service of celebration to mark the anniversary of the Coronation Queen Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey in a nude ensemble

Cleaning her front steps for the Queens Coronation

Residents at Morpeth Street, in London's East End, cleaning their street for a party to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Original Publication: Picture Post - 6542 - Cockneys' Own Party - pub.

Furhouse Manor...abandoned for decades & is filled with treasures from WW2 ID cards to magazines dating back to the queens coronation. Its like the occupant just left. Even the clocks work & the time correctt...beautiful bookcases of books, lovely, now antique furniture. Exact location kept secret to prevent people from stealing items & doing further damage beyond aging of the years. Many additional pictures online. Supposed location is Ireland, United Kingdom.

Berkyn Manor aka Furhouse Manor in Horton UK. Some interior pins of this home are on my board, too (RM)

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