If you love Marie Antoinette and Victorian 1800's celluloid boxes and albums this is for you. Wearable art. I'm going back in time as I made these years ago. I've been meaning to make again and finally did it. The salesman samples are like heavy weaving 1920's the celluloid faces are wrapped in metallic lace. They can be worn as a cuff-choker or headband. I also have celluloid scenes like this and 2 more Marie Antoinette's. These are rare OOAK ask me......
In 1955, plagued by ill health, she committed suicide at the age of 51 with an overdose of barbiturates in her apartment in New York. A note found next to her deathbed read, "This is the only way I know to be free again...Please don't follow me."
For her contribution to the motion picture industry, Ona Munson has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6211 Hollywood Boulevard.
Complete with lace walls a decadent slipper chairs. This is my special room that we call "the hidden room" In the 1800's this house was a gambling house and we were told a bordello. This room is tucked away and hidden. The house has 36 doors. The room is Miss Havisham with a touch of Sunset Blvd