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Charles V and Jeanne De Bourbon

Charles V and Jeanne De Bourbon

"Jeanne de Bourbon"  1390 14th century  Sideless gown, surcote with plastron is attached in the front.  Hair is has a net like plaited coiled over the ears and a fillet

Jeanne de Bourbon 1390 century Sideless gown, surcote with plastron is attached in the front. Hair is has a net like plaited coiled over the ears and a fillet

canopy from the throne of Charles VII of France, wool and silk, attrib. Jacob de Littemont, c.1425-50, Louvre OA 12281

) Canopy from the throne of Charles VII of France, Wool and silk, Louvre OA 12281

The crown of Charles X of France, designed by the House of Bapst for Louis XVIII. It followed the traditional pattern and the Regent Diamond was set in the great surmounting fleur-de-lis. It was not broken up until 1854.

The crown of Charles X of France, designed by the House of Bapst for Louis XVIII.

Couronne De La Vierge dite de Charles X. Crown of Charles X.

Couronne De La Vierge dite de Charles X. Crown of Charles X.- It looks kind of l ike an open book.

ca. 1416 statue of Jeanne de Boulogne, Duchess of Berry (c.1378-c.1424), by Jean de Cambrai (d.1438), currently situated in the Bourges Cathedral

1416 statue of Jeanne de Boulogne, Duchess of Berry by Jean de Cambrai currently situated in the Bourges Cathedral. there is a portrait said to be painted by Holbein that is based on this sculpture.

German: Wedding Crown c 1329. Last owned by Blanche de Valois (1316-1348), the first wife of Charles IV. It is the most valuable item of the Środa Treasure -a hoard of precious golden items was found in the rubble of some demolition work in the Old Town area. The crown is a unique piece of art, which has no parallels in the world. It is the only existing crown with eagles, which were an element of crown jewels after the 13th century, relating to the tradition of the empire.

German: Wedding Crown c Last owned by Blanche de Valois the first wife of Charles IV. It is the most valuable item of the Środa Treasure -a hoard of precious golden items was found in the rubble of some demolition work in the Old Town area.

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