Portrait Madame Adélaide Brooch - Ladies of the court
This brooch contains a detail from a portrait of Marie-Adélaïde of France, known as Madame Adélaïde, making knots, painted by Jean-Marc Nattier in 1756. The motifs are inspired by the hanging of Madame Adelaide's room.
The "Ladies of the Court" range was created for the Chapelle counter in the heart of the Palace of Versailles. Using the portraits of Ladies put on a flowery background, reminiscent of the castle's tapestries.
Store the jewellery in a dark place, in its bag when not in use. Avoid contact with water and damp atmospheres (bathroom).
To clean the jewel: use a dry, soft cloth, moisten the cloth if necessary. Never use soap or cleaning products but only water. Wipe carefully