The ill-fated French Queen became the fashion paragon of the 18th century, thanks to the able assistance of her dressmaker, Rose Bertin. This lavish paper doll collection features 2 figures portraying the Queen and her stylist, accompanied by 15 sumptuous costumes. Meticulous, accurate notes provide ... read more
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The ill-fated French Queen became the fashion paragon of the 18th century, thanks to the able assistance of her dressmaker, Rose Bertin. This lavish paper doll collection features 2 figures portraying the Queen and her stylist, accompanied by 15 sumptuous costumes. Meticulous, accurate notes provide detailed descriptions for the dazzling array of apparel.
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