Lina Cavalieri Cufflinks or Tie Tack Muse Cuff Links Black and White Tie tack Mens Jewelry iconic female face

Lina Cavalieri Cufflinks or Tie Tack Muse Cuff Links Black and White Tie tack Mens Jewelry iconic female face

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  • Handmade item
  • Can be personalized: No
  • Materials: Wood

Muse Cufflinks or Tie Tack
Lina Cavalieri's Face
Wooden cufflinks

The size of the cufflinks/tie tack is about 1,5 cm / 0,59 inches

Please take a look at the other Lina Cavalieri accessories:
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"Lina Cavalieri was an Italian opera soprano singer, actress, and monologist. She lost her parents at the age of fifteen and became a ward of the state, sent to live in a Roman Catholic orphanage. The vivacious young girl was unhappy under the strict discipline of the nuns, and at the first opportunity she ran away with a touring theatrical group.
At a young age, she made her way to Paris where her appearance opened doors and she obtained work as a singer at one of the city's café-concerts. From there she performed at a variety of music halls and other such venues around Europe, while still working to develop her voice. She took voice lessons and made her opera debut in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1900, the same year she married her first husband, the Russian Prince Alexandre Bariatinsky. In 1904, she sang at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo then in 1905, at the Sarah Bernhardt Theatre in Paris, Cavalieri starred opposite Enrico Caruso in the Umberto Giordano opera, Fedora. From there, she and Caruso took the opera to New York City, debuting with it at the Metropolitan Opera on 5 December 1906. Cavalieri remained with the Metropolitan Opera for the next two seasons, performing again with Caruso in 1907, in Puccini's Manon Lescaut. Renowned as much for her great beauty as for her singing voice (and acting ability), she became one of the most photographed stars of her time. Frequently referred to as the "world's most beautiful woman," she was part of the tight lacing tradition that saw women use corsetry to create an "hour-glass" figure. In 1955, Gina Lollobrigida portrayed Cavalieri in the film Beautiful But Dangerous (also known as The World's Most Beautiful Woman). In 2004, a book was published, authored by Paul Fryer and Olga Usova, titled Lina Cavalieri: The Life of Opera’s Greatest Beauty, 1874-1944."

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