Glimmering ball jewelry designed exclusively for individual krewes are unique expressions of the grandeur of Mardi Gras. From the crowns and scepters worn by the king and queen to the favors given to honored guests, these dazzling pieces are crafted works of art.
This collection contains stunning examples of royal jewelry of the golden age of Mardi Gras (1870-1930). These high-quality color reproductions are suitable for framing.
About the Author
Henri Schindler, a New Orleans native, is the acclaimed designer of Mardi Gras parades and balls for some of the city’s most eminent societies. He is highly regarded among Carnival historians for his knowledge of the festival’s rich cultural legacy and its forgotten artists and builders.
MARDI GRAS TREASURES:
Jewelry of the Golden Age Postcard Book
Compiled by Henri Schindler
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES / Paper Ephemera
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES / Postcards
16 color postcards 6 x 4