Empress Elisabeth Rubber Stamps


These three rubber stamps are in honor of the Empress Elisabeth (Sisi) of Austria-Hungary.  The images were taken from the famous paintings of Franz Xavier Winterhalter.  This tragic beauty was one of the most beautiful women this world has ever known.  A member of  the Habsburg family, she was the great-aunt of the last Austrian emperor, Blessed Karl.  She was also distantly related to Venerable Frederic Baraga, the Snowshoe Bishop of Marquette, MI.


Empress 1 rubber stamp shows the Empress Elisabeth, (1837-1898) Empress of Austria, Queen of Hungary, in the legendary ball gown painted by Franz X. Winterhalter in 1867.  This portrait has been the inspiration for many designs, most recently it was the model for the ballgown for “Belle” in Broadway’s “Beauty and the Beast”.  4″ x 3 ¼”

Empress 2  rubber stamp was taken from the first of the “Boudoir Paintings” done exclusively by the court painter Winterhalter for the Emperor Franz Joseph I.  4″ x 3 ¼”

Empress 3 rubber stamp is the portrait of the Empress taken from what is called a “Boudoir Painting”, a more intimate painting done only for the eyes of the Emperor.  3″ x 2 ¼”

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