FIORI couture Handbag
ART AND FASHION COLLECTION
•The Toilette of Venus•
François Boucher French
For my Love of ART and FASHION with the beauty of Rococo and Baroque style art works with the themes of love, classical myths, youth, and playfulness comes the first of a small capsule collection of Couture handbags .....Each piece is hand detailed with a unique permanent colored pencil procedure then embellished with swarovski crystals, and fine irredentist glitter to truly make each piece a one of a kind work of art.... This Beautiful FIORI One Of A Kind Tote 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 Chenille fabric, fully lined with matching strap. Vintage 1800’s brass button detailing . This Beautiful One of a kind Deep Blue Chenille Oversized Bag has a luxurious feel as if it is an extension of The Madame’s Quarters , large inside pocket with Fully lined Satin interior. Front panel is also a large pocket . The Golden tassel detaining match the curtain Tiebacks like in the image .
2 Vintage Brass buttons decorate the closure and side tassel.Solid color bag of bag .
•Bag measurements: 15 inches wide
17 1/2 inches deep. With 35 inch long comfortable Strap .
Boucher executed this painting for Madame de Pompadour, the powerful, official mistress of Louis XV and Boucher’s most significant patron from 1747 until her death in 1764. It originally decorated the bathing apartments (a luxurious suite of three rooms) in Pompadour’s Château de Bellevue. The construction of her château prompted many of the most important commissions of Rococo painting and sculpture. For a subject that became synonymous with both Boucher and Pompadour, the artist devised a summary of the movement’s key features: overt theatricality, voluptuous flesh, and an asymmetrical unfurling of luxurious furniture, fabric, flowers, and pearls. • www.fioricouture.com @fioricouture