Bouquet of Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev
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‘We danced with one body, one soul. Margot is all I ever had, only her.’ - Rudolf Nureyev

Origin

Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev

Type

Flower bouquet

Effects

Gives a duo great dancing capabilities.

Downsides

Can only be used by a duo

Activation

Touching by two people

Collected by

Michael Korss and Oto Barry

Section

Barras-2673

Aisle

((TBA by Elsa))

Shelf

((TBA by Elsa))

Date of Collection

April 19, 1978

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev are considered one of the world's most famous dancing duos, whose incredible chemistry on stage helped them become excellent dancers and lifelong friends. Fonteyn and Nureyev became known for inspiring repeated frenzied curtain calls and bouquet tosses, and this particular bouquet was thrown during their first performance together for Giselle (and during the curtain call, Nureyev had knelt down on one knee and kissed Fonteyn's hand).

Effects[edit | edit source]

When two people grab the bouquet, they are imbued with master-level talent and the ability to perform any dance perfectly, so long as they dance together. The bouquet must be held by one or both partners so long as they dance in order to keep their talent.

It has been noted that those who use the bouquet will have a greatly improved relationship with each other and care deeply for one another, even after the dance and contact with the bouquet have ended.

Collection[edit | edit source]

This bouquet was collected in April, 1978, two months before the death of Michael Korss and the disappearance of Oto Barry; they were tasked with collecting the bouquet, as it was deduced as being used to cheat in a couples ballet competition.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This is the artifact that will be used in a future case.
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