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  • Mihaela Sandu

    LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE : This copper cage adorned with porcelain flowers was home to Madame du Barry’s pet parrot. The bird was trained to say “La voilà la belle comtesse!” (There goes the lovely lady!) whenever she appeared. FROM THE BOOK ’ VERSAILLES, A PRIVATE INVITATION ’ PHOTOGRAPHS BY FRANCIS HAMMOND AND TEXT BY GUILLAUME PICON.

  • Kayleigh Over

    We are certain to have at least a few birdcages dotted around as they will be the centrepieces for our wedding day.

  • Diane Peters

    Copper Bird Cage, home to Madame du Barry's parrot

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Copper Cage This copper cage adorned with porcelain flowers was home to Madame du Barry’s pet parrot. The bird was trained to say “La voilà la belle comtesse!” (There goes the lovely lady!) whenever she appeared.

Commode of Madame Du Barry, with plaques of Sèvres Porcelain, that were worth their weight in gold at the time.

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Instead of guest book maybe place a bird cage and then have people sign in on old postcards and place them in the bird cage!

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Perfection. Chandelier with golden details, and golden embellished mirror with initial.