ca. 1817 Caroline of Baden, Queen of Bavaria by Johann Christian von Mannlich (auctioned by Tomić-Hampel)

 From the lost gallery’s Photostream on flickr. Also posted to Caroline of Baden, Queen of Bavaria’s Subalbum here.

Tomić-Hampel Fine Art Auctions

The neckline of Carolin’e bodice appears to sprout two ruffs, one sawtooth-shaped and the other foliate. Her epaulettes sprout foliate fringes. Her parure is in keeping with Empire-era fashions.

Keywords:  1817, von Mannlich, Queen Caroline of Bavaria, Friederike Karoline Wilhelmine von Baden, Prinzessin von Baden, Kurfürstin von Bayern, Königin von Bayern, Princess, Queen, Zähringen family, Wittelsbach family family, German, curly coiffure, braided bun, tiara, necklace, chemise, full under-sleeves, bodice, jeweled square neckline, neckline ruff, epaulettes, jeweled slashed over-sleeves, natural high waistline, A-line close skirt

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