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One of the very few items of Marie Antoinette’s wardrobe that still survives today. A simple apple-green bodice.

This is actually Marie Antoinette's corset.in the Musee Galiera in Paris. She hated wearing corsets! One of the few pieces of clothing that survived the French Revolution.

1766 - Corpetto dell'abito di nozze di Sofia Magdalena di Danimarca

dress worn by Sophia Magdalena of Denmark when she married the future King Gustav III of Sweden on the of November 1766

Surviving chemise worn by Marie Antoinette while in prison.    Eye For Design: Marie Antoinette, Life At The Court Of Versailles

Surviving chemise worn by Marie Antoinette while in prison. Eye For Design: Marie Antoinette, Life At The Court Of Versailles

A piece of a dress worn by Marie Antoinette at the Temple prison. This fragment sold at Christie’s for $76, 184.

One of the pieces sold in that earlier Christie’s sale was this fragment of puce silk and lace from a gown worn by Marie Antoinette while imprisoned in the Temple. This was once owned by Madame de Tourzel as well.

Marie Antoinette

I think court dresses are the most beautiful pieces of clothing i've ever seen. - Marie Antoinette’s two- piece court dress, attributed to dressmaker Marie Jeanne “Rose” Bertin, France,

View of bodice said to have belonged to Marie Antoinette

Bodice said to have belonged to Marie Antoinette © Stéphane Piera / Galliera / Roger-Viollet

Marie Antoinette's Grave | pair of Marie Antoinette's shoes and monogrammed

One of Marie Antoinette’s shoes, originally lost when the Queen and royal family fled the Tuileries when it was stormed in along with embroidered garters once belonging to Marie, and embroidered bonnet once belonging to her daughter, Marie Therese.

Actual guillotine blade that killed Marie Antoinette. <------Does anybody else think this should be on Warehouse 13?

The guillotine blade that beheaded French queen Marie Antoinette on display at Madame Tussauds London.

Ring with the woven hair of Marie Antoinette, given by the Queen to the marquise de Soucy, Governess to the royal children, during the Revolution in 1792

Ring with the woven hair of Marie Antoinette, given by the Queen to the marquise de Soucy, Governess to the royal children, during the Revolution in 1792 Photo of 2

Marie antoinette wig

Wigs: Marie Antoinette wig She also had one with a ship atop waves of curls

Court pomp and royal ceremonies in Europe 1650 - 1800

Court pomp and royal ceremonies in Europe 1650 - 1800

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