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Limoges Mini French Royal Court Horse and Carriage Excellent (10/17/2013)

Limoges Mini French Royal Court Horse and Carriage Excellent

This golden coach, designed by the architect Nicolas Pineau (1684-1754), was made in Paris in 1738 on the orders of Prince Joseph Wenzel of Liechtenstein, who had been appointed the Holy Roman Empire’s ambassador to the court of Louis XV by Emperor Karl VI.

Best surviving examples of eighteenth century French rococo carriage-making.

A sedan chair, with painted panels attributed to Charles-Antoine Coypel, early 18th century, gilt wood and glass, France. © BrokenSphere / Wikimedia Commons

French sedan chair, early c., gilt wood and glass with painted panels ~ attributed to Charles-Antoine Coypel, early century.

Limoges Mini French Royal Court Horse and Carriage Excellent (10/17/2013)

Limoges Mini French Royal Court Horse and Carriage Excellent

Lady Adelaide's "top-of-the-line" carriages might have resembled this coach that belonged to the 3rd Duke of Northumberland.

Coach House Exhibition In the Coach House, discover a new exhibition telling the story of the family's luxurious state coach which once carried the Duke of Northumberland as George IV's personal representative to the coronation of Charles X in France in

Kereta Kangjeng Kyai Garudayaksa is the name of the royal carriage belongs to Yogyakarta palace. The carriage is drawn by eight horses. It was manufactured in Netherlands in 1867, as ordered by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono VI.    Since was made, the carriage was only used a few times.  Sultan HB IX in 1940 and was last used at the coronation of HB X in 1989. Currently the carriage is stored at the carriages museum of Yogyakarta palace.

Kereta Kangjeng Kyai Garudayaksa

Kereta Kangjeng Kyai Garudayaksa is the name of the royal carriage belongs to…

National Postal Museum: Downing and Son Concord-style Mail Coach

National Postal Museum: Downing and Son Concord-style Mail Coach

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