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This 100% Vegetable Russborough Charcoal soap is encased in an image from the oil on panel entitled 'A Lady with a Lace Collar' by 17th century Dutch artist Paulus Moreelse. In this stunning piece of art, light shines full upon the face of a young Huguenot woman wearing a delicate lace headpiece and ruff collar. Her dress is of black brocade with padded shoulders.

Russborough has been home to renowned art collections established by the 1st Earl of Milltown in the 18th century and Alfred Beit in the 19th. 

During the ten-year build of Russborough, Joseph Leeson, later 1st Earl of Milltown, undertook two Grand Tours to Italy. The purpose was to collect art and acquire sophistication and taste for his new residence. Throughout his life Sir Alfred Beit was also a keen collector of 18th and 19th century art as well as his inherited collection of old master paintings.

This extraordinary collection of paintings from both the Milltown and Beit were donated to the National Gallery of Ireland by Lady Geraldine Milltown in 1902 and by Sir Alfred and Lady Clementine in 1987 where they can be viewed today.

100% Vegetable Soap

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140g (5oz)

Irish Made

Russborough Charcoal Soap

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This 100% Vegetable Russborough Charcoal soap is encased in an image from the oil on panel entitled 'A Lady with a Lace Collar' by 17th century Dutch artist Paulus Moreelse. In this stunning piece of art, light shines full upon the face of a young Huguenot woman wearing a delicate lace headpiece and ruff collar. Her dress is of black brocade with padded shoulders.

Russborough has been home to renowned art collections established by the 1st Earl of Milltown in the 18th century and Alfred Beit in the 19th. 

During the ten-year build of Russborough, Joseph Leeson, later 1st Earl of Milltown, undertook two Grand Tours to Italy. The purpose was to collect art and acquire sophistication and taste for his new residence. Throughout his life Sir Alfred Beit was also a keen collector of 18th and 19th century art as well as his inherited collection of old master paintings.

This extraordinary collection of paintings from both the Milltown and Beit were donated to the National Gallery of Ireland by Lady Geraldine Milltown in 1902 and by Sir Alfred and Lady Clementine in 1987 where they can be viewed today.

100% Vegetable Soap

Not Tested on animals

140g (5oz)

Irish Made