Grande Salle a Manger - Full Pack

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The collection "Grande Salle à Manger" contains all the furniture Marie Antoinette used in her Dining Room at château de Petit Trianon.

The collection "Grande Salle à Manger" also contains the "Marie Antoinette Service" that gives you all the pieces to recreate the perfectly accurate 18th century royal dining table.



The collection contains:

Armchair, two Chairs and a Stool

The furniture was very innovative: Georges Jacob delivered in March 1787 a set of seats - four armchairs, ten chairs and six stools "of new Etruscan style in beautiful solid mahogany wood" accompanied by five tables, according to drawings by Hubert Robert.

Dining Table

This quite large round dining table made between 1775 and 1779 by Jean-Claude Quervel, cabinetmaker to the king based in Versailles. The standard length of the table is 3.5 meters and width is 2 meters.

'Carlin' Console

Beautiful console made by a Parisian ébéniste (cabinet-maker) Martin Carlin in 1781.


This sumptuous fireplace in blue marble is made by Jacques-Francois Dropsy. As is was intended for dining room, it's decoration consists of flowers and fruits carved into marble.


Elegant Andirons in "Goût Grec" style, made in 1778 by Quentin-Claude Pithoin.


This stunning rectangular mirrors located in the central part of the dining room, above the fireplace.

Bust of Marie Antoinette

The bust represents the Queen in 1783, then twenty eighth years old and in the middle of her reign. It was made at the Sèvres porcelain factory after a model by the sculptor Félix Lecomte.

Vase Candelabre

Monumental in size, the vase supports the candelabra made of natural lily branches.

The River by Caffieri

The River is represented as a naked old man, sitting on an urn from which water flows. He is holding an oar with his left hand, the rim of the urn with his right, and has a crown of reeds on his head, which is turned to the right.

Triumph of Love by Deseine

The young woman, depicted petting a dog with one hand and holding a burning heart in the other, embodies Fidelity. A cupid, posed on a classical altar, runs alongside her, sealing their union with a garland of roses.

Grand Chandelier

This elaborate chandelier made in late 18th century includes gilt-bronze chains, Bohemian crystal flowers as well as a profusion of crystal drops and balls raining down from the umbrella-shaped row of arms near the top and from the multiple branches below.


The "Service à la Russe" (French for "service in the Russian style") is a manner of dining that involves courses being brought to the table sequentially, and the food being portioned on the plate by servants (usually at a sideboard in the dining room) before being given to the diner.

Tureen Stand

This beautiful Tureen Stand can be used for serving desserts or other decorative food arrangements. It is best used with the dish ring, for ultimate appearance.

Wine Cooler

This cooler, intended for liqueur or wine bottles, is fitted for two large bottles. The ice would be place on top to cool the wine for a long period of time.

Serving Plate

A large plate that served for variety of food arrangements and displays. It's very unusual and beautiful shape makes it perfect for any food presentation.

Butter Dish

Before refrigerators existed, a covered dish made of crystal, silver, or porcelain housed the butter. A French butter dish, keeps butter fresh by using water to keep the butter away from the air, thereby keeping it fresh.

Central Silver Dish

This silver plate and cover is very similar to those in the Orloff service, and it is marked by the silversmith responsible for many pieces in that celebrated set, Jacques-Nicolas Roettiers in 1781.


This Candlestick was also made by Parisian silversmith Jacques-Nicolas Roettiers in 1784.

Sevres Vase

This Sèvres 'Vase Grec à Ornements' made out of Biscuit porcelain in around 1764. The author is probably Jean-Claude Duplessis.

Dish Ring

This dish ring is a refined example of aristocratic dining. Such rings were used on the dining table as a base for a larger bowl or plate that was laden with beautifully arranged food.


A decanter is a vessel that is used to hold the decantation of a liquid (such as wine) which may contain sediment. Decanters, which have a varied shape and design, have been traditionally made from glass or crystal.


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