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Countess Cadogan as Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia

copyright V&A copyright V&A Beatrix Jane, Countess Cadogan née Craven as Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia

Charles Stewart Henry Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh, later 7th Marquess of Londonderry (1878-1949 as Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria.

my-little-time-machine: Charles Stewart Henry Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh, later Marquess of Londonderry as Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria in The Devonshire House Ball, 2 July 1897 The Lafayette Studio, London

H.S.H. ("Daisy") Princess Henry of Pless, née Mary Theresa Olivia Cornwallis-West as The Queen of Sheba/Cleopatra. The Devonshire House Ball, 2 July 1897.

("Daisy") Princess Henry of Pless, née Mary Theresa Olivia Cornwallis-West as The Queen of Sheba/Cleopatra. The Devonshire House Ball, 2 July

Lady Meysey-Thompson, later Baroness Knaresborough (d. 1922), née Ethel Adeline Pottinger as Elizabth, Queen of Bohemia.

Lady Meysey-Thompson, later Baroness Knaresborough (d. née Ethel Adeline Pottinger as Elizabth, Queen of Bohemia.

Florence, Lady Delamere, neé Cole (1878-1914), the fourth daughter of the 4th Earl of Enniskillen. She is modeling a late 1790s costume which she wore for the Devonshire (England) House Masquerade Ball, 2 July 1897.

Florence, Lady Delamere, neé Cole the fourth daughter of the Earl of Enniskillen. She is modeling a late costume which she wore for the Devonshire (England) House Masquerade Ball, 2 July

Lady Sophie (Beatrix Mary) Scott, née Cadogan (1874-1937) as Megaera the Fury (Devonshire House Ball, 1897)

Lady Sophie (Beatrix Mary) Scott, née Cadogan as Megaera the Fury (Devonshire House Ball,

Role: (Marquis of Tweeddale) Count de St. Bris from Les Huguenots;1 (Lady Clémentine Hay) Valentine, (daughter of St. Bris), from Les Huguenots.

Devonshire House Ball, July William Montagu Hay, Marquess of Tweeddale as Count de St. Bris from Les Huguenots with Lady Susan Elizabeth Clementine Hay Waring (née Hay) as Valentine (St Bris' daughter)

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Lady Meysey Thompson as Elizabeth Queen of Bohemia the aunt of Charles II and wife of the Elector Frederick V ; the Duchess of Devonshire’s Jubilee Costume Ball of 1897

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Frances Evelyn, Countess of Warwick in her Marie Antoinette costume, July Photo: V Lafayette Negative Archive.

Lady Alice Montagu as Laure de Sada AD1300 page 201

Back to the party: the Duchess of Devonshire’s Costume Ball 1897

Lady Alice Montagu as Laure de Sade, an ancestor of the Marquis de Sade ; the Duchess of Devonshire’s Jubilee Costume Ball of 1897

Sitter: Corisande Evelyn Vere, Baroness Rodney (d. 1943), née Guest.  Biog: Daughter of 1st Baron Wimborne; m (1891) 7th Baron Rodney (div 1902).  Role: Queen Guinevere.

Baroness Corisande Rodney, nee Guest, wearing a diamond belle epoque tiara with large radial motifs, and smaller spacers; dressed as Queen Guinevere at the Devonshire House Ball, 1897

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The Devonshire House Jubilee Costume Ball. Princess Louise, Duchess of Connaught, dressed as Anne of Austria (mother of Louis XIV).

Lady Alice Eleanor Louise Montagu, daughter of Consuelo, Duchess of Manchester

Devonshire House Ball Lady Alice (Eleanor Louise) Montagu as Laura de Sada AD The Devonshire House Ball, 2 July

Grand Duke Michael Michailovitch of Russia as King Henry IV of France and his wife Sophia Nicholaievna, Countess de Torby as Gabrielle dEstray The Devonshire House Ball, 1897

Grand Duke Michael Michailovitch of Russia as King Henry IV of France and his wife Sophia Nicholaievna, Countess de Torby as Gabrielle d’Estray The Devonshire House Ball, 1897

Lady Beatrice, Countess Cadogan, nee Craven, first wife of George, 5th Earl of Cadogan, wearing a head jewel at the Devonshire House Ball 1897

Beatrix Jane, Countess Cadogan née Craven as Elisabeth, queen of Bohemia

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