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  • Barb Smith

    Dog Kennel Bed, belonged to Marie Antoinette, France, 1775-1780, made by Claude Sene, via The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

  • Maria Pasiuk

    Vintage pet bed

  • ~*Melanie*~

    Quite possibly the most luxurious dog kennel ever created. Of course it belonged to Marie Antoinette! - Luxury Dog Bed / Palace

  • Christine Glenn Warren

    A dog house that may have been used for Marie Antoinettes pooches! ca. 177580 Signature: G. SENE (stamped on the underside of the back rail in the center) Marks: A cipher formed by the letters M and A beneath a closed royal crown all within a circle of words reading GARDE MEUBLE DE LA REINE (branded). Mark of the Garde Meuble de la Reine Marie-Antoinette.

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Fire screen panel Embroidered by Marie Antoinette, Queen of France Date: ca. 1788 Culture: French Medium: Cotton embroidered with silk Dimensions: H. 31 x W. 22 3/4 inches (78.7 x 57.8 cm) Classification: Textiles-Embroidered Credit Line: Gift of Ann Payne Blumenthal, 1941 Accession Number: 41.205.3c

A niche de chien for the the Queen's dog to keep snug and warm on a cold rainy day. It was made by Claude Sené.

Versailles Photography - Marie Antoinette, Paris Photography, Pink and White Roses, Romantic French Wall Decor via Etsy

a gold locket holding a piece of queen marie antoinette’s hair from the british museum. often pieces like this were mourning jewelry, and i think the tradition should come back.

Marie Antoinette by Belle Brocante, via Flickr

A portrait of the princesse de Lamballe which is currently being displayed at the Grand Trianon for the Ladies of the Trianon exhibit. Photo by elsie esq. on Flickr