Władysław Łebkowski z żoną Stefanią z Woyna Orańskich herbu Kościesza w strojach…

Władysław Łebkowski z żoną Stefanią z Woyna Orańskich herbu Kościesza w strojach…

Polish Costume from 'Fancy Dresses Described; or, What to Wear at Fancy Balls,' by Hold, Ardern, 1896

Polish Costume from 'Fancy Dresses Described; or, What to Wear at Fancy Balls,' by Hold, Ardern, 1896

Графиня Шереметева Александра Григорьевна (1825-1874), урожденная Мельникова. 2-я супруга (с 1857 г.) графа Шереметева Дмитрия Николаевича (1803-1871), 1872 г. худ. Тюрин И.А. Фотография с живописного портрета. Местонахождение оригинала не известно.

The second husband (since Count Sheremetev Dmitry Nikolaevich in 1872 the artist Tyurin IA. A photograph from a picturesque portrait.

Rodzice Stanisława Poniatowskiego

Rodzice Stanisława Poniatowskiego

Wonderfull polish nobility outfit

Wonderfull polish nobility outfit

noblewoman in Polish dress, porcelain figurine made about the middle 18th century in Meißen (Germany, Saxony), in the collection of the Czartoryski Museum

noblewoman in Polish dress, porcelain figurine made about the middle century in Meißen (Germany, Saxony), in the collection of the Czartoryski Museum

Figurka - Szlachcianka, około 1750

Figurka - Szlachcianka, około 1750

noblewoman in Polish dress, porcelain figurine made 1735-1745 in Meißen (Germany, Saxony), in the collection of the Czartoryski Museum

noblewoman in Polish dress, porcelain figurine made in Meißen (Germany, Saxony), in the collection of the Czartoryski Museum

noblewoman in Polish dress, porcelain figurine made 1735-1745 in Meißen (Germany, Saxony), in the collection of the Czartoryski Museum

noblewoman in Polish dress, porcelain figurine made in Meißen (Germany, Saxony), in the collection of the Czartoryski Museum

noblewoman in Polish dress, porcelain figurine made about the middle 18th century in Meißen (Germany, Saxony), in the collection of the Czartoryski Museum

noblewoman in Polish dress, porcelain figurine made about the middle century in Meißen (Germany, Saxony), in the collection of the Czartoryski Museum

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