A 100% cotton souvenir tea towel featuring a translated reproduction of a menu from a banquet held by the Prince Regent for Duke Nicolas of Russia at the Royal Pavilion in 1817. Overseen by the world renowned chef Marie Antoine Carême "the King of Chefs, and the Chef of Kings", it consisted of 9 courses and 121 dishes it was the service of his career.
A leather effect luggage tag with design depicting a longitudinal cross-section of the Royal Pavilion. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the Royal Pavilion's architect John Nash, first published in 1826.
An eight page highlight guide to the restored Saloon at the Royal Pavilion. Restored to the dazzling splendour of its original, Robert Jones designed, interior design, the Saloon re-opened to the public on 8 September 2018. Decorated for King George IV … Continued
A stylish handbag mirror inspired by designs in the restored Saloon at the Royal Pavilion.The Saloon range draws Robert Jones’s lavish 1823 design featuring dragons, phoenixes, sun rays and lotus leaves. Aprox 7.7 cm diameter. Made in the UK.