Cushion cover François 1er with Fingerstache
Between tradition and Pop Culture, this cushion cover is a famous portrait of François 1er with a mustache on the finger.
Between tradition and Pop Culture, this cushion cover is a famous portrait of François 1er with a mustache on his finger. Fingerstache is the name given to a tattoo very popular since the early 2000s and which consists of drawing or tattooing a mustache on his finger, then place it above his mouth to give a false mustache
Ideal to bring a touch of decoration and history to your interior.
In 1519, François I undertook the construction of a new royal house in Chambord, in the heart of the gamey and marshy lands of Sologne. The king followed the progress of the construction with interest, even though he rarely stayed there during his reign. He created a palace in his own image, heir to medieval traditions and Renaissance ideas. For him, Chambord was as much a place of seclusion where he liked to come and hunt with his friends as it was an architectural creation of genius and a political manifesto. He invited foreign diplomats and, in 1539, his rival Charles V, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, to dazzle them. When he died in 1547, the chapel wing and the lower enclosure were not yet completed.
Printed and made in France
1st wash cold, then 30°C