CRAGGS, SIR [GRP]
Neg. No: (GP) 4224
Neg. Size: 15"X12"
Neg. Date: 20-05-1904

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Subject: Lady Craggs with her daughter, Miss Jean Craggs.

copyright V&A. (Lady Craggs) "...a gown of white crepe de chine, trimmed with lace and Pompadour roses; train of pale green chiffon velour, lined with white satin, chiffon and lace ... bouquet of white roses and lilies, tied with chiffon" (The Court Circular, 28 May 1904, p 555). (Miss Craggs) "...a robe of white chiffon over satin, with touches of silver; a train of white bengaline, trimmed to match" (The Court Circular, 28 May 1904, p 557).

Sitters: (Left to right)

Miss Jean Craggs ( ); dau of Sir John (George) Craggs.

Lady Craggs, née Helen Lewins Millar (d.1916); daughter of Andrew Millard; m. (1884) Sir John (George) Craggs.

Date: 20 May 1904.

Occasion: The Court, 20 May 1904: Lady Craggs presented by Hon. Lady Acland Hood; Miss Jean Craggs presented by Lady Craggs.

Location: The Lafayette Studio, 179 New Bond Street, London.

Descr: FL.

Costume: Court dress:(Lady Craggs) "...a gown of white crepe de chine, trimmed with lace and Pompadour roses; train of pale green chiffon velour, lined with white satin, chiffon and lace ... bouquet of white roses and lilies, tied with chiffon" (The Court Circular, 28 May 1904, p 555). (Miss Craggs) "...a robe of white chiffon over satin, with touches of silver; a train of white bengaline, trimmed to match" (The Court Circular, 28 May 1904, p 557).

Costume Supplier: -

Jewellery: (Lady Craggs) Diamond tiara and necklace; diamonds and pearl bracelets.

Furniture & Props: Painted backdrop; Rococo highbacked armchair.

Photographer: Lafayette Ltd., 179 New Bond Street, London.

Evidence of photographer at work: Edge of backdrop visible to right of plate.

No of poses: 2.

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Provenance: Pinewood Studios; acquired 1989.

References:

Biog: (Sir John (George) Craggs) Who's Who.

Occasion: The Times, 23 May 1904, p 6b.

Costume: (Lady Craggs and Miss Craggs) The Court Circular, 28 May 1904, pp 555 & 557; The Queen, 28 May 1904, p 900.

Costume Supplier: -

Jewellery: The Court Circular, 28 May 1904, pp 555 & 557.

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