Part of the French Crown Jewels. Made for Marie-Therese, Duchesse d'Angouleme, daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, in 1819-1820.
Part of the French Crown Jewels. Made for Marie-Therese, Duchesse d'Angouleme, daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, in 1819-1820. Later worn by Empress Eugenie.
Tiara of Marie Therese Charlotte, the Duchesse d’Angouleme, daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
Marie Therese, daughter of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, dressed in mourning in honor of her murdered parents.
A portrait of the daughter of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette in 1827: Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte de France, duchesse dAngoulême, by Alexandre Francois Caminade. [original image]
The French Crown Ruby Tiara The version made for the Duchess of Angoulême, Marie Thérèse, the only surviving child of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. The tiara is believed to be in existence today.
The tiara (part of the French Crown Jewels) once belonged to the Duchesse of Angoulieme, Marie Therese. It was also featured as the cover tiara on the book, “Tiara, a History of Splendour”.
Fashion - Vintage
Belonged to Queen Marie-Amelie; set includes earrings & brooches. Part of the French Crown Jewels.
Diadem of the Duchess of Angoulême Marie Thérèse of France. Gold, gilt silver, 40 emeralds and 1031 diamonds. Made in Paris in 1819-1820 to .match an esmerald necklace made by Paul Nicolas Meniere in 1814 Louvre Museum
Chest for the baby clothes of the Dauphin, son of Louis XVI, on the occasion of his birth, October 22, 1781 . Externally and internally lined with white taffeta on which are painted allegories, mythological subjects, pastoral and popular festivities scenes. The figures of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette crowned by Cupids painted on the lid. The edges of the chest are filled with light garlands of artificial flowers made of fabric (via Réunion des musées nationaux)
The dining table where Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI supped, while being attended to and watched by members of the court.
Marie Antoinette (2006) - the innocent young teen arrives in France from Austria to marry the future Louis XVI and is literally stripped of everything from her former life - from all her clothing to her beloved dog
The Royal family in 1781 at the birth of the Dauphin Louis-Joseph. From left to right, the three Artois children, the Comtesse d'Artois, Artois, Louis XVI, Madame Royale, the Dauphin on Marie-Antoinette's lap, Madame Elisabeth, the Provences. Provence looks none too happy and his wife Madame was quite put out by the baby's birth. As Nesta Webster says in Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette before the Revolution: The truth is that it was the fact of
British Crown Jewels: The George IV State Diadem - 1820 by Rundell, Bridge and Rundell for the coronation of George IV. Its design features roses, thistles and shamrocks, the floral symbols of England, Scotland and Ireland respectively. In her will, Queen Victoria left the diadem to the Crown, not only ensuring the diadem would be worn by future monarchs but thereby also making the diadem part of the British Crown Jewels.
The Sutherland Necklace, made of pearls that once belonged to Marie-Antoinette, and that were smuggled from France for her by Lady Sutherland during the French Revolution.
Marie-Therese, Duchesse d'Angouleme Emerald and Diamond Tiara
Our Macarons de Paris were favoured by Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI.
The key to the Petit Trianon. Given to Marie-Antoinette by her husband Louis XVI in June of 1774. When he gave it to her there was a ribbon on it with 531 diamonds.
On 10 July 1900 Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria (later Crown Prince) married Duchess Marie-Gabrielle in Bavaria, daughter of Duke Karl-Theodor in Bavaria and Princess Marie José of Portugal. The bride was the niece of the Empress Elisabeth of Austria and the sister of Queen Elisabeth of the Belgians. The couple married in Munich. After Marie Gabrielle died Rupprecht would marry Princess Antoinette of Luxembourg, a 2nd cousin of Marie Gabrielle.