Maria Karolina Zofia Felicja Leszczyńska herbu Wieniawa (ur. 23 czerwca 1703 w Trzebnicy, zm. 24 czerwca 1768 w Wersalu) – królowa Francji w latach 1725-1768 jako żona Ludwika XV. Młodsza córka króla polskiego Stanisława Leszczyńskiego i Katarzyny Opalińskiej.
The oval gold locket enameled with black and white pea-pod ornament at the sides is mounted on the lid with a sapphire cameo portrait of Queen Elizabeth I (1533-1603) and with an onyx cameo bust of Cleopatra with the asp on the back. Inside there is an enameled miniature of Charles I (1600-1648) facing front with a melancholy expression, wearing sash of the Order head standing out against a celestial blue ground. Locket: early 17th century, Cameo: second half of the 16th century.
Stuart (1542-1587) facing in profile towards the right. The frame is red with white details, and the back which is covered with a diaper pattern of red and green stylised floral motifs and white quatrefoils is dated 1566, suspension loop, and formerly hung with pearl drop below. French, 1566.
Marie Leczinska, daughter of King Stanislas of Poland. Marie, who married Louis XV in 1725, ceased to have any influence over her husband by 1740. She spent most of her time in the company of a few close friends.