Shaped hair ornament feather belonged to Marie Antoinette, gold, diamond and sapphires. “I beg you will limit yourself to this ornament, even of which your charms have no need. This present should please you the more that it has not increased my expenditure, since it is composed of diamonds I possessed when I was a dauphin.” Louis XVI to Marie Antoinette, on how since the "plumes" she wore were often too tall, he made her one.
Vannes. Une mèche de cheveux mêlés de Louis XVI… by Letelegramme A small rectangular frame containing a lock of mixed hair from both Marie Antoinette and her husband Louis XVI and a fragment of Louis XVI’s tie is going up for sale. It was carefully preserved for many generations in an aristocratic family. It’s estimated to [read more]
French Louis XVI Eclectic Dining armchair upholstered pink fuchsia... ($1,200) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring home, furniture, chairs, dining chairs, pink armchair, upholstered chair, upholstered armchair, fabric arm chair and white kitchen chairs
Hair of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, at the museum Raffael Pagès, in Barcelona
¿Con las preocupaciones salen canas? Esta apreciación viene determinada por la reina de Francia durante la Revolución. María Antonieta siempre coqueta usaba tintes vegetales para teñir su pelo. El día antes de su ejecución sus carceleros la asearon y lavaron el pelo, perdiéndose el color y apareciendo frente al pueblo con el pelo completamente cano, siendo achacado a las preocupaciones derivadas de la ejecución.