“Marie Antoinette d'Autriche Reine de France”FIORI Tote Bag

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This  Beautiful FIORI one of a kind over size hand bag makes the perfect fashion statement  and this  bag will let you go hands-free - with style!

With comfort and functionality as priorities, we all know how important a work-bag is to our daily routine. This bag, with its fresh, unique look, is your ideal bag for the task.Soft French Linen Printed front of Marie Antoinette d'Autriche Reine de France , and Back side of luxurious Chanille fabric with matching straps ,fully lined in beautiful Silk antique Gold color. . Vintage brass button detailing . Image of a young Marie Antoinette, 1755-1793. Wife of King Louis XVI and last Queen of France. Born Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna in Vienna, Austria. After a painting by Jean-Baptiste-André Gautier Dagot

*Fabric:  Front Outer Shell Cotton Linen .Back  Grey / Blue Soft Chantelle  fabric . Double Golden tassel at base of Strap.

*Inner Lining : Silk antique Gold color.

*Size : adjustable strap ties int knot any length 58  inches long.

*Tote Base 14 inches wide.

*Opening 17 inches wide.

*Straps: adjustable strap ties int knot any length 58  inches long.

*Inner Lining : Silk 

*Large inter Pocket : 6 inches wide ,5 inches length.

*Vintage Brass button with fabric lining closure.

* Image of The Queen on one side of Tote . 


FIORI pays homage to ARTIST :  

Jean -Baptist’s Andre Gautier DAgoty  Marie Antoinette: The Queen of Fashion: Portrait of Marie Antoinette, JeanFrancois Janinet, after Jean-Baptiste-Andre Gautier Dagoty, 1777. French queens were expected to set an example in the realm of fashion. As the wife of Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette threw herself into this task with enthusiasm. Together with her marchande de modes Rose Bertin and her hairdresser L onard, she launched many a new fashion. Court etiquette dictated robes de cour  lavishly embellished gowns with wide skirts. When receiving visitors, Marie Antoinette wore a robe à la polonaise 1 2, but preferred an informal, loose-fitting gown when at her own pavilion in Versailles.