"Take comfort, your Majesties," she cried in a loud voice. "Your daughter shall not die. My power, it is true, is not enough to undo all that my aged kinswoman has decreed. The princess will indeed prick her hand with a spindle. But instead of dying she shall merely fall into a profound slumber that will last a hundred years. At the end of that time a king's son shall come to awaken her."
1900 ... Court robe ... Russian ... silk, metallic threads and paillettes ... at The Metropolitan Museum of Art ... photo 1 ... (Doesn't this remind you of Mina's "Reincarnation/Flashback" Gown in Bram Stoker's Dracula?)