GEWICHT: 50 kg
Intime Dienste: Fetisch, Kuscheln, Klassisch, Extra langes Vorspiel, Griechische Erotik (situationsbedingt)
Daniel Itzig, the wealthy and generous banker, and head of the Jewish community of Berlin, was her father. She was one of a family of nine daughters and four sons.
Itzig being a man of culture, and surrounded by an attractive family, his house became a social center. Henriette Herz, Rahel, Dorothea, and Henriette Mendelssohn, Marianne Meyer, and the other representatives of the Jewish salon period were her intimate friends. To wide reading and unusual linguistic attainments she joined an attractive exterior, tact, grace, and distinguished bearing, and, above all, extraordinary kindness of heart.
Her benefactions, private and public, were endless; she was especially active in ameliorating the destitution that followed the disasters of Ladies of rank united to care for the needy; and, though a Jewess and of the inferior nobility, she was invited to join them on account of her executive ability and sagacity.
When the same association founded a hospital at Baden, near Vienna, she collected 7, florins among her coreligionists; and in she sent supplies to Rahel, then engaged in relief-work at Prague.
Love of her adopted country filled her soul; and the opinion she had conceived of Napoleon and the French, on her visit to Paris during the Consulate, did not tend to lessen her almost personal grief over Austrian and Prussian reverses. The Frenchmen who freely gathered round her were never left in doubt as to her feelings. On the other hand, the German victories of gave her the keenest delight; and the Vienna Congress saw her at the zenith of social success.