Both wired and covered in ruched cream tulle: One decorated with yellow roses; one decorated with straw to the crown and having a band of purple poppies on a velvet band, velvet ties. Both labeled "L. Leopold Emmelhainz Nachf/Wiesbaden", approximately 7 x 7 x 3 1/2 with custom mounts. Bid through Doris Langley Moore at Christie's Auction July 11, 1967. Helen Larson called this auction the "Queen's Auction" due to so many objects with royal provenance in the sale. The ensemble was part of a larger group of objects cataloged as follows: "The majority of the following dresses were the property of the late Princess Marie Elizabeth of Wied of Schloss Monrepos, Neuwied (b. 1880); many earlier dresses belonged to her grandmother, Princess Louise of Prussia" (Some tearing to tulle) good-very good.