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    Cora Pearl (born Eliza Emma Crouch; December 1836 – 8 July 1886) was an English courtesan or cocotte of the French demimonde who became most well known during the period of the Second French Empire.

  2. 2 de jul. de 2016 · A inglesa Emma Elizabeth Crouch (1835-1886), mais conhecida como Cora Pearl, foi uma bela mulher de origens nada nobres – foi ex-prostituta de rua em Paris -, mas teve uma incrível ascensão social.

  3. Cora Pearl is the second restaurant from the team behind award-winning Kitty Fishers in Mayfair. Named after the infamous 19th Century courtesan who resided close by, Cora Pearl serves elevated British comfort food, cocktails and wines for all occasions in an historic Covent Garden townhouse.

  4. 19 de out. de 2019 · Cora Pearl, with her flagrant promiscuity and excessive displays of wealth, was the living embodiment of the old French empire. Her rich gentleman callers disappeared, including Prince Jérôme, who had penned her a letter terminating their arrangement.

  5. 3 de fev. de 2021 · Após recuperar a consciência num quarto de hotel, a jovem sentiu que não poderia mais voltar para a casa de sua avó. Assim, alugou um quarto em Covent Garden com uma nova identidade: Cora Pearl.

  6. 7 de fev. de 2023 · Of all the courtesans in mid-19th century France, Cora Pearl was the working girl who turned having a good time into an art form. Her rich and royal lovers spent fortunes for her favor—some to the point of near bankruptcy—and she earned and burned through enough money to make even the most luxury-loving Parisians cry sacré bleu!

  7. Cora Pearl – a restaurant in the 2024 MICHELIN Guide United Kingdom. The MICHELIN inspectors’ point of view, information on prices, types of cuisine and opening hours on the MICHELIN Guide's official website.