Monogram of Napoleon 1st with bees at the 3rd floor of the pavillon Richelieu of the Louvre, on the rue de Rivoli, Paris, France. The bee was a symbol of the French Empire.

Monogram of Napoleon 1st with bees at the 3rd floor of the pavillon Richelieu of the Louvre, on the rue de Rivoli, Paris, France. The bee was a symbol of the French Empire.

Inside Sue De Chiara's Gorgeous Connecticut Home That's Full-On Fun

Inside a Home That Expertly Mixes Tradition and Full-On Fun

Inside Sue De Chiara's Gorgeous Connecticut Home That's Full-On Fun

Leading baseball training and softball training facility in New Jersey www.inthezonenj.com

Classic and Eclectic Pink and Green New Jersey Wedding

Leading baseball training and softball training facility in New Jersey www.inthezonenj.com

Ready for Guests? Lovely and the citrus yellow breaks up the blue so fabulously!

Ready for Guests?

Ready for Guests? Lovely and the citrus yellow breaks up the blue so fabulously!

Napoleon's silks include motif of the bee and a version of the caduceus staff of twisted snakes framed by twocornucopia

Napoleon's silks include motif of the bee and a version of the caduceus staff of twisted snakes framed by twocornucopia

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lesfressange89:                                                 Classical Adornment

lesfressange89: Classical Adornment

gigantic pillars..

gigantic pillars..

Details of sculpted decorations visibles on the walls of the Louvre Palace in Paris. One can see an imperial crown, sceptres, and bees. They are symbols of the french Second Empire (1852-1870). Category:Sculptures of bees - Wikimedia Commons

Details of sculpted decorations visibles on the walls of the Louvre Palace in Paris. One can see an imperial crown, sceptres, and bees. They are symbols of the french Second Empire (1852-1870). Category:Sculptures of bees - Wikimedia Commons

Period French Empire Boiserie Panels of Winged Griffons (3), Laurel Swags and Medallions (Mirrors), France, 19th c.

Period French Empire Boiserie Panels of Winged Griffons (3), Laurel Swags and Medallions (Mirrors), France, 19th c.

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