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Hall of Mirrors

Hall of Mirrors

Potpourri holder once owned by Madame de Pompadour, c. 1760, Sevres Manufactory, painting attributed to Charles-Nicolas Dodin (J. Paul Getty Museum)

Potpourri holder once owned by Madame de Pompadour, c. 1760, Sevres Manufactory, painting attributed to Charles-Nicolas Dodin (J. Paul Getty Museum)

The Court of Versailles Royal Rhinestone & Pearls SILVER Scepter

The Court of Versailles Royal Rhinestone & Pearls SILVER Scepter

MOZART FAMILY VISITS VERSAILLES  December 1763 - January 1764: the visit of Mozart, the child prodigy, to the court of Versailles.

MOZART FAMILY VISITS VERSAILLES December 1763 - January 1764: the visit of Mozart, the child prodigy, to the court of Versailles.

Sledging was a popular past time at the court of Versailles, originating from the Nordic courts. Fantasy sledges in which King Louis XV and later Marie-Antoinette were pulled over the snow-covered paths in the park of Versailles or the frozen waters of the Grand Canal.  Roulez Carrosses at the Museum of Fine Arts Arras | The Good Life France

Sledging was a popular past time at the court of Versailles, originating from the Nordic courts. Fantasy sledges in which King Louis XV and later Marie-Antoinette were pulled over the snow-covered paths in the park of Versailles or the frozen waters of the Grand Canal. Roulez Carrosses at the Museum of Fine Arts Arras | The Good Life France

/ The Rise and Fall of Versailles / [The story of the rise and fall of one of Europe's most splendid palaces.]

/ The Rise and Fall of Versailles / [The story of the rise and fall of one of Europe's most splendid palaces.]

Israel is the legal occupant of the West Bank, says the Court of Appeal of Versailles - The Geller Report

Israel is the legal occupant of the West Bank, says the Court of Appeal of Versailles - The Geller Report

Inspired by Marie-Antoinette, the house of tea Nina’s is closely linked to the court of Versailles with a certain idea of French art de vivre.

Inspired by Marie-Antoinette, the house of tea Nina’s is closely linked to the court of Versailles with a certain idea of French art de vivre.

Duchess in the Reign of Louis XIV, 1693.French baroque costume. Louis XIV. court of Versailles ceremonial robe.

Duchess in the Reign of Louis XIV, 1693.French baroque costume. Louis XIV. court of Versailles ceremonial robe.

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