ca. 1700 Eberhardine Luise, Princess of Wuerttemberg (location unknown to gogm)

There is very little available about her, apparently she was childless.

This probably came from the old Wordroots site, now the Artroots site's "The House of Wuerttemberg and their spouses" album.

Judging by her appearance, she is in her teens so this would date from around 1690. The dress looks like the bodice was undone. Many turn-of-the-century dresses had bodices split down the front so it looked like the wearer's modesty would be compromised by unfastening one brooch. It is also more casual than the stiff costumes shown in the fashion plates of the era that can be seen in this album.

Keywords:  Princess, German, Wuerttemberg, straight coiffure, vee neckline, modesty piece, lace, chemise, split bodice, frogging, engageantes, robes, clasp

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