Wedding dress of Princess Mary
|Type||White bridal gown|
|Material||Cloth of silver and silk|
The dress was designed by Messrs. Reville, Ltd. The dress was constructed of cloth of silver, with an ivory silk train. Instead of wearing a tiara, Mary wore a floral headdress. In terms of jewellery, Mary wore a diamond and pearl brooch, a gift from the bridegroom; on her bodice she wore the brooch given to her by the Royal Scots.
The "newly-conserved train of Princess Mary’s wedding dress, embroidered with emblematic flowers of the British Empire, alongside her bridal slippers and a floral headdress" are to be on exhibition at Harewood House, the seat of the Earls of Harewood, beginning in September 2019.
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