Bonaparte Family Art, Crystal etc.
Copy by Cmte Louis de Castelvecchio (Nephew of Napoleon I) of painting by "Il Voleterrano in the Pitti Gallery (http://www.artearti.net/magazine/articolo/qiuete_invenzione_e_inquietudine)
Lucien Bonaparte, copied by his nephew Cmte Louis de Castelvecchio while with his father, Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland and Count of St. Leu, May 1, 1846 in Florence, Italy
Napoleon I as copied by his nephew Cmte. Louis de Castelvecchio while with his father, Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland and Count of St. Leu, November 13, 1845 in Florence, Italy
Bonaparte Cream Jug, Napoleon, part of collection made by M. imple de Sevres http://www.worthpoint.com/blog-entry/sevres-porcelain-fit-king
"Le Roi De Rome" Sugar Bowl from Bonaparte collection http://www.worthpoint.com/blog-entry/sevres-porcelain-fit-king
Reiner Hortense, Wife of Louis Bonaparte, mother of Napoleon III http://www.worthpoint.com/blog-entry/sevres-porcelain-fit-king
Pauline Bonaparte, Sister of Napoleon http://www.worthpoint.com/blog-entry/sevres-porcelain-fit-king
Caroline Bonaparte, Sister of Napoleon http://www.worthpoint.com/blog-entry/sevres-porcelain-fit-king
Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland, father of Napoleon III http://www.worthpoint.com/blog-entry/sevres-porcelain-fit-king
Fragments of Cashmere from Napoleon's Deathbed in St. Helena and a Piece of Mahogany from Napoleon's Coffin, Certified by Napoleon's Executor Cmte de Marchand
Hair of Napoleon's Mother Leticia, also known as "Mme. Mére" in case belonging to her son King Louis Bonaparte
Whose shoes are these? (see this Pin:https://www.pinterest.com.au/pin/274438171013153966/?amp_client_id=amp-aPVv_Y0CssRg-D0sChMtGw&mweb_unauth_id=fc37f0699de8425e9a77947f8c203cb1) and Josephine and Hortense de Beauharnais, later Bonaparte, were with her until the end.
These are items passed down from the family of Napoleon Bonaparte, mostly through the line of Napoleon Ist's Brother and Father of Napoleon III, Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland.
I have this painting are you interested.
Beautiful! I love it. It ties in with his description of his childhood.