LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE :
The narrowest panels are encircled by rose blooms on their branches; on the others, the shield, bearing fleurs-de-lys, supported by ribbons, appears among lightly - smoking cressets, doves, wreaths and quivers: above these pretty emblems is a lyre, and here and there the Queen’s gilded cipher shines in the midst of the roses, between two torches, symbolical of the flame of love. Flowers, as we see, play a large part, suggested by its gardens, in the decoration of Little Trianon.
References : Marie-Antoinette : Dauphine by Pierre de Nolhac ; Wikipedia
Ruban fall-winter 2014 details