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Hellou_Librorum wrote:
That is Madame du Barry.

This is The duchess de Polignac

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Duchess de Polignac is very pretty. didnt she pride herself on her smile?

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Duchesse de Polignac is so adorable on this portrait; we can see her teeth/smile again.


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i love that hat

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It reminds me on some witch hat. :?

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It's probably the angle, but you can see that the crown is not pointed like a witches hat. :)

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Hellou_Librorum wrote:
It's probably the angle, but you can see that the crown is not pointed like a witches hat. :)

How witches hat is usually pointed? :idea: :angel8:

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Sat Jul 05, 2008 5:36 pm
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The hat is fab, I think the large feather is drooping giving an impression of a point...
I think some witches hat did droop a bit .. Or was that wizards?? Oh dear.. It`s all so complex!!?? :!: :!: :?: :?


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I thyink a witches/wizard's hat is more pointy and sticks up more.

I like that hat. The green is pretty.


Sat Jul 05, 2008 9:13 pm
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Yes, they are more pointy, but depends in the witch or wizard!!! We all remember the Typical witch hat`s from childhood.
All in all they had amazing creations in those days...Beats what we have now... Be nice if Men wore more stuff like the Dandy`s of the time..but I don`t think modern man quite has the demeanor..??


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No. It's a shame really.


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Yes. I find men in powdered wigs quite dashing. :oops:

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Madame Pompador wrote:
All in all they had amazing creations in those days...Beats what we have now... Be nice if Men wore more stuff like the Dandy`s of the time..

Hellou_Librorum wrote:
Yes. I find men in powdered wigs quite dashing. :oops:


I so agree with you girls. I have thought that I was weird but I am also very attracted to the man fashion of that time. 8)


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The style's deff attractive..maybe a bit less white though.


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I concur. But I must say this:

*squee*

Sorry. I couldn't resist.

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:biggrin:

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