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Bust "Queen Louise of Prussia" gold
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This gold-dipped bust of Prussia's most beloved and famous Queen Consort is a very unique work of art. The bust sculpture is made of bisque porcelain, a type of white, unglazed ceramic that is preferred by sculptures due to its warmth and more natural look and texture.
The bust sculpture was made to pay tribute to Queen Louise of Prussia. Her kindness and charitable nature secured her place in the hearts of everyone who met her. She treated Prussians equally and was known to break protocol by stopping parades to mingle with citizens.
This dainty, dazzling bust of the Queen of Hearts makes for the perfect present for yourself to add to your or a loved one's collection, a decoration to add a hint of color and royalty to any space - at home or in the office.


Queen Louise of Prussia

The original "Queen of Hearts", Queen Louise of Prussia was the Queen Consort to King Frederick William III. She bore the King 9 children and two of their sons grew up to become the ruling sovereigns of Prussia (King Frederick William IV) and of the German Empire (Emperor William I). She won the respect and love of the Prussians through her simple ways and compassionate nature. Queen Louise was also highly devoted and supportive of her husband. He respected her intelligence and judgment that he asked her opinion on matters of the state. This preceded her rise within the Prussian politics and subsequently her famed negotiations with Napoleon Bonaparte for a better peace treaty for Prussia after their defeat to France. Her untimely death when she was just 34 years of age was a great loss for Prussia but her legacy lives on.


Details


- Material: bisque porcelain
- Dimensions: 9 cm
- Made in Germany

Product Code: MSS64-04499
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 500 g
Product Condition: New
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