Countess Marie von Kinsky

Countess Marie von Kinsky wore a
beautiful diamond fridge tiara.
The tiara was made by Austrian
jewelry firm Kochert. The tiara
made of diamonds, with several large
spikes, has three round brilliants,
stacked atop each other, in between
each large spike. The tiara is
from the Portugese Infanta Maria
Theresa when she married Archduke
Charles Louis of Austria.

The bridal veil was made of Tulle.
The bridal veil was slightly longer
than the train.

The bridal dress was made of silk.
The dress was in two parts. The top
part was a beautiful over dress.
Princess Martha Louise of Norway
wore a dress that was made in the
same way for her 2002 nuptuals.
The tope dress was made with a high
neckline, and long wrist length
sleeves, that were loose on the ends.

The dress was tight fitted on the
chest/ bodice area, and opened in the
front just above the waist. The dress’
waist was made high, just below the upper
chest area. The dress had a light
silver bow in the front where the opening
began. The edges and ends of the top
portion of the dress were lined with
light silver thread or fabric that matched
the bow on the front. The lining ran down

the front opening and around the bottom
of the outer portion of the above skirt
to the train. The bottom of the dress
was a white silk skirt, that appeared
under that top of the dress. It was bell
shaped and full length. The skirt
flared nicely from the waist of the dress.

The train of the bridal gown was attached/made
of the top dress of the ensamble. It was
htly long, but, not too short. It was made
un about 3-4 meters long. It may possibly
uch shorter.

Countess Kinsky carried a bouquet of white
ers. Possibly they were white roses. She
wore white gloves to cover her hands.