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    Cleopatra Costume

    $35.00 AUD
    Dress with attached Sheer Cape,Elaborate Collar,Headpiece
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    Cleopatra was the last active Pharaoh ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, survived as Pharaoh by her son Caesarion. She was also a diplomat, naval commander, linguist, and medical author. The love interest of Marc Antony and known for her perfect black hair, jewelled body and intense beauty, Cleopatra was a true Queen of the Middle East.

    Includes

    • Dress with large gold belt showing ornate embellishments in sequin
    • Large, padded gold collar with sequin embellishment patterns
    • Sequin arm bands and cuffs with attached tulle shawl
    • Headband with gold sequins, plastic beaded fringe at side and plastic pendant at centre
    • This is an official Rubie's product
    US SizeAgeHeightWaist
    Newborn / Infant 0-12 Months - -
    Toddler 1-2 Years 94cm 59cm
    Small 3-4 Years 117cm 65cm
    Medium 5-7 Years 132cm 72cm
    Large 8-10 Years 147cm 82cm
    Products specifications
    Gender Female
    Classification Girls
    Theme Cleopatra
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    Cleopatra was the last active Pharaoh ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, survived as Pharaoh by her son Caesarion. She was also a diplomat, naval commander, linguist, and medical author. The love interest of Marc Antony and known for her perfect black hair, jewelled body and intense beauty, Cleopatra was a true Queen of the Middle East.

    Includes

    • Dress with large gold belt showing ornate embellishments in sequin
    • Large, padded gold collar with sequin embellishment patterns
    • Sequin arm bands and cuffs with attached tulle shawl
    • Headband with gold sequins, plastic beaded fringe at side and plastic pendant at centre
    • This is an official Rubie's product
    Products specifications
    Gender Female
    Classification Girls
    Theme Cleopatra