Marie-Adélaïde de Savoie, duchesse de Bourgogne 1685-1712.

Marie-Adélaïde de Savoie, duchesse, Bourgogne, Coiffure, hairstyle, fashion, Albert Brunet
Duchesse de Bourgogne (1685-1712). Coiffure Louis XV.

Coiffure Louis XIV. Marie-Adélaïde de Savoie, duchesse de Bourgogne 1685-1712.

Maria Adelaide of Savoy (French: Marie-Adélaïde de Savoie) (6th December 1685 in Turin; – 12th February 1712 at the Palace of Versailles) was Princess of Savoy by birth and by marriage to Louis, the eldest grandson of the French King Louis XIV, Duchess of Burgundy from 1697 and Dauphine of France from 1711.

She was the mother of King Louis XV. She died of measles in 1712 at the age of only 26.

Source: Albums de coiffures historiques par E. Nissy. Editeur: Albert Brunet, Paris c. 1860.

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Note:  King James I of England.

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