PORTRAIT OF A WEDDING COUPLE IN MARANS, FRANCE

This vintage postcard features a wedding couple posing in a studio located in Marans, France. Marans is a community in southwestern France. Inhabitants of Marans are known as marandais. The word “marandais” can be seen in the caption of this card. Marans is the home of the “Marans Chicken”. In the world of gourmet cooking, their eggs are considered exceptional. This couple is off to a promising start, as indicated by the fact that both are smiling on their wedding day. Note the bride’s traditional veil and wedding dress. This postcard is in very good condition (see scans).

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Maran Chicken Eggs (dark brown)

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Published in: on October 5, 2019 at 12:00 pm  Comments (4)  
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  1. That mustache does not look real. Also, he looks pretty young compared to the woman.

    • I agree that by today’s standards the mustache does look fake. I don’t think many people today would want a mustache in that style. However, during the era of this photograph, mustaches of this type were not all that unusual. I can’t really assess the fellow’s age as the mustache blocks too much of his face. The bride’s age is also difficult to estimate. I think she has one of those faces that can belong to a person in their twenties as well as to someone in their forties. Color me stumped.

  2. This photo is indeed intriguing! And I appreciate the inclusion of those eggs! I wonder if the fact that eggs often come in various colors is what inspired Easter eggs?

    • I am glad that you appreciated the inclusion of the eggs. It was very tangential from the photograph but I couldn’t stop the impulse. Interesting theory about Easter eggs. I am going to try to research it and see if I can find the answer.


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