Magdeleine d'Angennes, épouse de Henri duc de La Ferté-Senneterre, et Catherine d'Angennes, épouse de comte d'Olonne by ? (Château de Bussy-Rabutin - Bussy-le-Grand, Côte-d'Or department, Bourgogne France)

Magdeleine d'Angennes' genealogical sketch is here. She had three sons and two daughters by her husband, the Duc de La Ferté-Sennecterre, and possibly another son by the duc de Longueville. Catherine Henriette's genealogical sketch is here. She married Louis de La Trémoille, Comte d'Olonne, but had no children. Magdeleine married about 1655, Catherine in 1652.

From Wikipedia.

The d'Angennes sisters wear hurluberlu coiffures. Magdeleine's dress has a mild scoop neckline while Catherine's is a modified bateau neckline, both off shoulder. Both wear puffed sleeves decorated with jeweled arm bands and deep vee waistlines. Catherine's dress has white puffed sleeves over tan under-sleeves.

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