What would be a dull, rainy day for some, would be a day of celebration for others: July 14th is the French National Day, the Day of the French Revolution, today the French wrote history. The end was in sight for Marie Antoinette en her Louis XVI. They fled, but were captured nonetheless, the rest is history. They probably not only shared a carriage together, but a sedan chair as well. I tried to make one of those. I made a rectangular box, this is the base of the chair, stamped the windows and embossed them with gold embossing powder. The arms are rolled up pieces of paper, the pink crown is K & Company. Musn't forget the French lily, being the symbol of the French monarchy. Couldn't have been too comfortable, travelling in such a shaky carriage!
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