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Romantic curio Boudoir, Shabby blue gray Toits de Paris, Corset and feminine accessories, Miniature house furniture in 1:12th scale Curio in wood,

Romantic curio Boudoir, Shabby blue gray Toits de Paris, Corset and feminine accessories, Miniature house furniture in scale Curio in wood,

c. 1750-60

Gown was a French Gift of Mrs. Bove Around 1750 - 1760 Satin piping, green and gray silk lining, taffeta striped green and purple silk, chenille applications in green silk / B Palais Galliera Fashion Museum of the City of Paris

A copy of a Marie  Antoinette shoe. French queen ~ Wife of Louis XVI ~1755–1793

A copy of a Marie Antoinette shoe. French queen ~ Wife of Louis XVI Wedding shoe idea?

The tiara of Marie~Therese, the only surviving daughter of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI

The emerald and diamond tiara of Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte, the Duchess of Angoulême. It can be found today in the Louvre. Marie-Thérèse was was the only child of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette to survive the French Revolution.

I believe this is the diamond that Meg was referring to in her book, even though she said it was a necklace. This is a blue diamond that Marie Antoinette owned that was not stolen when the rest of the crown jewels were. Also, if you turn it upside down in this picture, it makes a pretty good pendent shape.

The Marie-Antoinette Blue Diamond: Marie-Antoinette’s private jewelry collection contained a carat blue heart shaped diamond which the queen had set in a ring. The queen gave the ring to her close friend Princess Lobomirska, shortly before her trail in

Marie Antoinette was the owner of this dazzling diamond necklace. The large piece contains scores of brilliant white diamonds as well as two rare, oval-shaped yellow diamonds and an exceptional pink diamond at the bottom. The diamonds are set on in pure platinum and weigh a hefty 8.05 carats, with thedrop-shaped diamond at the bottom weighing 7.06 carats itself and the yellow diamonds weighing in at 5.24 carats.

Top 10 Most Expensive Diamond Necklaces in the World

The very first and the most expensive piece of jewelry in this list is a stunning necklace that belongs to Marie Antoinette who was the fifteenth and penultimate child of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria and Emperor Francis I.

The Affair of the Diamond Necklace was a mysterious incident in the 1780s at the court of Louis XVI of France involving his wife, Queen Marie Antoinette. The reputation of the Queen, which was already tarnished by gossip, was ruined by the implication that she had participated in a crime to defraud the crown jewellers of the cost of a very expensive diamond necklace. The Affair was historically significant as one of the events that led to the French populace's disillusionment with the…

Affair of the Diamond Necklace and Marie Antoinette's Pearls

“The Queen’s necklace”, reconstruction, Château de Breteuil, France. The diamond necklace commissioned by Louis XV for Madame du Barry

Marie Antoinette  -"Mounting the steps of the guillotine, wearing her purple slippers, she apologized for accidentally stepping on the executioner's foot."  She was 37.

Marie Antoinette, Queen Consort of France; by Joseph Ducreux, c. She was married to Louis XVI, King of France.

este traje tiene los colores de primavera verano de esta temporada!! una combinacion de menta y rojo

Festa temática Maria Antonieta - Let them eat cake

pair of shoes, which belonged to French Queen Marie-Antoinette, as part of a sale of "Historic memories of Royal Families".

Let them eat cake! Marie-Antoinette's slippers sell for €50,000

Pair of shoes belonged to French Queen Marie-Antoinette, as part of a sale of "Historic memories of Royal Families" sold at auction for euros.

Marie Antoinette as a prisoner at the Temple Tower

Marie Antoinette prisoner in the Temple Tower, attributed to Alexandre Kucharski, ca. Another of the artists romantic views of the doomed Queen of France.

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