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The head is the most important part of the body – closest to heaven and the deities. It must therefore be symbolically protected from invisible forces and graced with crowns, tiaras, and flowers to affirm its beauty, power, marital status, etc. Some head jewelry is also used to celebrate the high points of life. Tell me what finery you wear and I will tell you who you are!

 

“Designed for children – to be shared with grown-ups –, “Head Jewelry and Finery” is my first book. It offers a personal overview of head jewelry through past civilizations, art and history. I have chosen the funniest, most extravagant, and most prestigious examples, taking your child a world tour and travelling back in time. Each page is a journey in itself, from the comfort of your armchair… “

 

Published by Palette…

In French

 

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