Green and pink silk slippers which is one of the few surviving articles worn by the ill-fated Queen. They were sold by Drouet for 65.600 USD in 2012.
Piece of fabric which was once worn as a petticoat by Marie Antoinette as a part of a court dress, 1780.
Lovely violet chair (which happens to be one of her favourite colours) which is believed to have been made for her apartment at Saint-Cloud. The chair is adorned with her personal monogram "MA" at the top of the chair.
Court bodice of Marie Antoinette; this would have been worn over the tight-laced corset which was demanded of a full court dress. The bodice is believed to be from 1780-87
Perfume burner which was purchased by Marie Antoinette in 1782
Hair aigrette of diamonds and a couple of sapphires. Louis XVI gave this as a gift to Marie Antoinette with the plea that she would not spend money on purchasing new diamonds. The diamonds had been Louis XVI's since he had been a Dauphin. Marie Antoinette is said to have absolutely loved it and did not think she needed to add further to her jewellery collection.
Key used to open the Queen's private cabinet; it has been engraved with the iconic MA
Marie Antoinette was an ardent music lover and the harp was one of her favourite instruments. This was her personal instrument which was usually to be found in her Golden Cabinet.
Jetons from the household of Marie Antoinette bearing her coat-of-arms. Used for gambling sessions.
These tabourets were made for the Queen's gaming salon at Compiègne, 1786. Only duchesses had the right to be seated on one in the Queen's presence.
Small chest bearing the arms of Marie Antoinette when she was Dauphine of France.