Lady Curzon’s Peacock Dress March 20, 2021 Lady Mary Curzon’s Peacock Dress Read about the Peacock Dress HERE Read Caring for Lady Curzon’s Peacock Dress -The National Trust HERE Read Recreating the Peacock Dress, The Costume Society HERE Related 12 responses to “Lady Curzon’s Peacock Dress” Thank you Lori . What an amazing dress and story. What an enrichment to the craft of dressmaking you have brought us. Beautiful and very heavy! Holy moly – I found it interesting that the case the dress is stored in has its own environment. Amazing the technology used to keep these textiles in such good shape for us to see and wonder at. Just. Wow!! This is incredible! Be sure to read the references section at the bottom. WOW! That is gorgeous and such amazing craftsmanship. It is even more stunning to see it in it’s display case at Kedleston Hall, I’m lucky enough to live reasonably close so often visit. I love Gold work and this is a magnificent example. If your ever in England try to visit Kedleston Hall, you won’t be disappointed. How lucky for you! I would love to see this in person! Wow. Thanks Lori. Enjoy the art. So glad you are healing. You are an inspiration. I would LOVE to see that dress in person. I could spend hours just staring at every inch of it!!! Lady Curzon wore this dress in 1903, had a daughter in 1904 and died in 1906. Not a great time to be living for women. Comments are closed.