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  • Rochelle Rose as the Countess of Rothes wearing a hair ornament adorned with diamonds, pearls, and a feather in the 1997 film "Titanic."
    • Twentieth Century Studios

    Titanic

    1997

    Costume seen on Rochelle Rose as the Countess of Rothes

  • Sonya Walger as Lady Frances wearing a hair ornament adorned with diamonds, pearls, and a feather in the 1999 film "All the King's Men."
    • BBC

    All the King's Men

    1999

    Costume seen on Sonya Walger as Lady Frances

  • Gillian Anderson as Lily Bart wearing a hair ornament adorned with diamonds, pearls, and feathers in the 2000 film "The House of Mirth."
    • Granada Film Productions
    • Three Rivers Production
    • Sony Pictures Classics

    The House of Mirth

    2000

    Costume seen on Gillian Anderson as Lily Bart

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This lovely hair ornament was first seen in 1997 on Rochelle Rose as the Countess of Rothes in James Cameron’s Titanic.  It was used again in 1999, where it was spotted on Sonya Walger as Lady Frances in All the King’s Men. It was used a third time in the 2000 film The House of Mirth, where it was seen on Gillian Anderson as Lily Bart.

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About the Costume

This lovely hair ornament was first seen in 1997 on Rochelle Rose as the Countess of Rothes in James Cameron’s Titanic.  It was used again in 1999, where it was spotted on Sonya Walger as Lady Frances in All the King’s Men. It was used a third time in the 2000 film The House of Mirth, where it was seen on Gillian Anderson as Lily Bart.

This lovely hair ornament was first seen in 1997 on Rochelle Rose as the Countess of Rothes in James Cameron’s Titanic.  It was used again in 1999, where it was spotted on Sonya Walger as Lady Frances in All the King’s Men. It was used a third time in the 2000 film The House of Mirth, where it was seen on Gillian Anderson as Lily Bart.

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