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Marie Antoinette's Cabinet de la Méridienne, as it was in 1781. The particular shape of this boudoir, with its cut sides, made it possible for the queen’s domestic servants to pass from the large bedchamber to the other chambers without disturbing the queen. In 1781, after Marie Antoinette gave birth to an heir, the room was decorated with woodwork. The dolphin motif evokes children, while the roses, Hapsburg eagle, and the peacock, as a symbol of the goddess Juno, are allusions to the…

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My name is Hannah old artist redhead, wood nymph, cat momma and all around animal lover. I post things relevant to myself and my likes. I do not claim these photos as my own unless stated otherwise.