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Cosmetic bag "Glorious Peacock"
£15.28 inc. tax

£12.73 ex. tax
? Tax based on United Kingdom.

Carry, protect and show off your essential makeup, hair and nail products, and beauty tools wherever you go with this everyday, versatile cosmetic tote. Its simple design allows for better visibility of the contents. The Glorious Peacock makeup bag also features a printed front and a fun bordeaux tinted leather on the other side. The beautiful print on the front of the cosmetic case is inspired by the famous wall art inside the royal chamber of Prince Henry of Prussia, King Frederick II's younger brother, located in the New Palace situated within the vast, landscaped grounds of Sanssouci Park, Potsdam. The exclusive and robust design of the bag makes it the perfect case to store all your beauty essentials and ready for any adventure. It is very easy to clean as well whenever mishaps occur - just a swipe of the interior with a warm, moist cloth and you're done!

Peacock: King of Birds

Immensely popular among Prussian monarchs, peafowls have been given special attention during the Prussian era. In 1793 King Frederick William II acquired the Pecaock Island. Since his reign until today the island has remained a nature reserve for the many peafowls, local and exotic birds, and a variety of plants and flowers. The opulent design theme of the 'Glorious Peacock', is also a popular royal home decor that is inspired by the historic wallpapers in the New Palace at Potsdam. Frederick the Great, who built his summer residence in Sanssouci Park, utilized this decor from the 18th century to give exoticism, vitality and elegance to his home    
 

Details

- Dimensions: 16.5 x 10.5 cm
- Material: cotton, leather
- Custom made
- Made in Germany
Product Code: MSS64-03829
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 100 g
Product Condition: New
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