alessandrahautumn:

A perfume collection of 6 bottles used by Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna & Nicholas II donated to Tsarskoye Selo Museum.
Zinaida Volodina-Pessoa, head of the  Canada-based Slavic Culture Association, has donated a collection of  perfumes owned by the family of the last Russian Emperor, Tsar Nicholas  II, to the Tsarskoye Selo State Museum outside St. Petersburg.
 The collection consists of six  bottles containing scents, including those used by Empress Alexandra  Fyodorovna and Nicholas II himself.Though the fragrances have subtly altered over time, the top notes are still discernible.
It is said that the floral scents by the French firm Coty were used by the young grand princesses, with Anastasia favouring ‘La Violette Pourpre’ (‘Purple Violet’) and Olga ‘La Rose Jacqueminot’ (‘Tea Rose’), which is the one in the smallest glass bottle in the picture.
All the scents were made by Coty at the beginning of the 20th century.
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alessandrahautumn:

A perfume collection of 6 bottles used by Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna & Nicholas II donated to Tsarskoye Selo Museum.

Zinaida Volodina-Pessoa, head of the  Canada-based Slavic Culture Association, has donated a collection of  perfumes owned by the family of the last Russian Emperor, Tsar Nicholas  II, to the Tsarskoye Selo State Museum outside St. Petersburg.


 The collection consists of six  bottles containing scents, including those used by Empress Alexandra  Fyodorovna and Nicholas II himself.
Though the fragrances have subtly altered over time, the top notes are still discernible.


It is said that the floral scents by the French firm Coty were used by the young grand princesses, with Anastasia favouring ‘La Violette Pourpre’ (‘Purple Violet’) and Olga ‘La Rose Jacqueminot’ (‘Tea Rose’), which is the one in the smallest glass bottle in the picture.

All the scents were made by Coty at the beginning of the 20th century.

Read more.

(via romanovdreams)

It was not long before Sydney Gibbes found himself once more having to contend with Anastasia’s quirky and inattentive behaviour in class. On one occasion, having lost his temper, he told her to ‘shut up’; the next time she handed in her homework she had added a new nameplate to her exercise book – ‘A. Romanova (Shut up!)’. - Helen Rappaport, The Romanov Sisters: The Lost Lives of the Daughters of Nicholas and Alexandra (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2014): p. 335.

(Source: frickyeahanastasia, via historyofromanovs)


Anastasia, Maria, and Tatiana | Spring 1917. Maria was recovering from severe attack of measles and pneumonia; she was the last to recover and almost died.

Anastasia, Maria, and Tatiana | Spring 1917. 
Maria was recovering from severe attack of measles and pneumonia; she was the last to recover and almost died.

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Happy 112th Birthday Anastasia

Happy 112th Birthday Anastasia

themauveroom:

Grand Duchesses Maria and Anastasia with Pierre Gilliard on the lake at the Alexander Palace: 1915.

themauveroom:

Grand Duchesses Maria and Anastasia with Pierre Gilliard on the lake at the Alexander Palace: 1915.

themauveroom:

Empress Alexandra and her daughters outside the Catherine Palace at Tsarskoe Selo: 1916.

themauveroom:

Empress Alexandra and her daughters outside the Catherine Palace at Tsarskoe Selo: 1916.

Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia and Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia

Grand Duchess Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia and Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia

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OTMA, 1915.

OTMA, 1915.

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sorry i haven’t been posting much. life got hectic. will be filling the queue with more pictures this week. bear with me!