Sunday Store: Microfiber Cloth, Marie-Antoinette (Musée du Louvre)

Sunday Store: Microfiber Cloth, Marie-Antoinette (Musée du Louvre)

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Cover Photo: Microfiber cloth, Marie-Antoinette (Queen of France). Design Copyrights: Rmn-GP / Gérard BLote

Ladies and gentlemen,

Welcome to the last Sunday Store of the year! This one is pink and girly from the world’s most famous museum: the Louvre!

I’ve been searching for a stylish cloth for my Macbook for a long time (yes, I spend a lot of time on my computer and it gets dirty quickly and easily…) until I was exiting the Louvre last week and, walking through the alley, I saw a line of objects based on the figure of Marie Antoinette. Fancy!

The line is very bright and detailed and it’s impossible not to notice it, although I was not able to take any photos as the store was crowded.



The description calls the design a “free composition from different prints enhanced with watercolors”. At its center, there is our beloved Marie-Antoinette (1755-1793), queen of France, in court dress with purple coat adorned with golden lilies. She is wearing pearls, flowers and egrets.


The cloth cleans any sensitive surface: eyeglasses, CDs-DVDs, cameras, iPods, smartphones, tablets, laptops and even glass jewels. It is washable at 30°C (86°F), without softener or dryer.

(I also spotted a version with the Mona Lisa! You can check it out here.)

The dimensions are: 14,5cm x 14,5cm. It was made in Korea and printed in France, and it costs 5.50 Euros.

Until soon and happy holidays!


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