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Georgian Rococo Colonial *Marie Antoinette* Wedgewood Blue Floral Print on Grey Gown.

Portrait of Juliane Fürstin zu Schaumburg-Lippe c.1781 (Johann Heinrich Tischbein the Elder | The Athenaeum - (Levite!?)

Portrait of Juliane Fürstin zu Schaumburg-Lippe (Johann Heinrich Tischbein the Elder

1700's

Pret-a-papier: The incredible period gowns recreated with paper, glue, paint - and not a stitch of fabric. An century dress made by artist Isabelle de Borchagrave is part of an exhibition in which all the gowns are made entirely from paper MARIE INSPIRED

Hair dressing combs from Revue de la Coiffure, circa 1878 These combs were sold with instruction pamphlets so ladies and their maids could create stunning hairstyles with “less effort.”

A Simple 1870s Hairstyle Tutorial and a Review of Mona Lisa’s Curly Bangs Wiglet from Hair World By Jamie

Hair dressing combs from Revue de la Coiffure, circa 1878 These combs were sold with instruction pamphlets so ladies and their maids could create stunning hairstyles with “less effort.

A unique life size mannequin of Marie Antoinette, half body on stand, with glass eyes and elaborate 18th century style powdered wig with ostrich plumes and wearing and 18th century style Court costume. NOTE: This mannequin was commissioned by Count Alexander von Beregsahsy and modelled from portraits of Marie Antoinette. It was used for display at his shop in the Mall, Camden Passage. by melody

A unique life size mannequin of Marie Antoinette. This mannequin was commissioned by Count Alexander von Beregsahsy and modelled from portraits of Marie Antoinette. It was used for display at his shop in the Mall, Camden Passage.

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