Kit Forbes

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Tile - copy & paste pattern into Word, print on glossy photo paper, glue to light cardboard, matte sealer, cut tiles, glue to surface you want tiled, grout, clean & matte sealer

Tile - copy & paste pattern into Word, print on glossy photo paper, glue to light cardboard, matte sealer, cut tiles, glue to surface you want tiled, grout, clean & matte sealer

How To Set The Table | Dining Etiquette Infographic

How To Set The Table | Dining Etiquette Infographic

Marie Antoinettes Jewels

The sapphire parure of Queen Marie Amelie, purchased by her husband Louis Philippe from Hortense Beauhamais, so they likely found their source in Empress Josephine. Passed down through the family, sold to the Louvre for their Royal Jewel collection in

La cabeza cortada Anne Boleyn.

Many people somehow think this is a death mask of Anne Boleyn- it's not. This death mask belongs to Mary Queen of Scots, and is on display at Lennoxlove House near Glasgow, Scotland.

Death masks of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. Westminster Abbey, London. Photographs: Eric de Maré. From the essay: On My Shelf: Nairn's London

These look a little disturbing but, I think only because they are so realistic. Death masks of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, Westminster Abbey, London. From the essay: On My Shelf: Nairn's London

Death Mask by Madame Tussuad of Marie Antoinette.  “I was a queen, and you took away my crown; a wife, and you killed my husband; a mother, and you deprived me of my children. My blood alone remains: take it, but do not make me suffer long.”

Death mask of Marie Antoinette by Marie Tussaud *** death mask noun noun: death mask; plural noun: death masks a plaster cast taken of a dead person's face, used to make a mask or model.