The Great Kitchen Placemat
The Great Kitchen Placemat
A Melamine placemat with a printed image of the Royal Pavilion's Great Kitchen. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by architect John Nash in 1826.
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The Great Kitchen Coaster
The Great Kitchen Coaster
A small Melamine coaster with a printed image of the Royal Pavilion's Great Kitchen. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by architect John Nash in 1826.
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The Great Kitchen Pot Stand
The Great Kitchen Pot Stand
A small Melamine pot stand with a printed image of the Royal Pavilion's Great Kitchen. This image is reproduced from an original illustration commissioned by the architect John Nash in 1826.
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Carême’s Menu Tea Tray
Carême’s Menu Tea Tray
A small Melamine pot stand 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.
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Carême’s Menu Poster
Carême’s Menu Poster
An A2 souvenir poster of a translated reproduction 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.
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Queen Victoria’s Bedroom Tea Towel
Queen Victoria’s Bedroom Tea Towel
A 100% cotton tea towel with design depicting details of the intricate late 18th Century Chinese wallpaper in Queen Victoria's former bedroom at the Royal Pavilion. The current wallpaper was reproduced painstakingly from fragments by Royal Pavilion conservator Gordon Grant.
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William IV Room Tea Towel
William IV Room Tea Towel
A 100% cotton tea towel with a design depicting details of the beautiful late 18th Century Chinese wallpaper from the William IV at the Royal Pavilion. The current wallpaper was reproduced painstakingly from fragments by Royal Pavilion conservator Gordon Grant.
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William IV Room Placemat
William IV Room Placemat
A Melamine Placemat with design depicting details of the beautiful late 18th Century Chinese wallpaper from the William IV at the Royal Pavilion. The current wallpaper was reproduced painstakingly from fragments by Royal Pavilion conservator Gordon Grant.
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Queen Victoria’s Bedroom Placemat
Queen Victoria’s Bedroom Placemat
A Melamine Placemat with design depicting details of the intricate late 18th Century Chinese wallpaper in Queen Victoria's former bedroom at the Royal Pavilion. The current wallpaper was reproduced painstakingly from fragments by Royal Pavilion conservator Gordon Grant.
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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Mug
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Mug
A High quality ceramic mug with a 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.
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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Coaster Saloon (Centre)
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Coaster Saloon (Centre)
 A single glass coaster with a design depicting part of 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. 11.5 cm x 9 cm.
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Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Platter
Royal Pavilion Cross Section Glass Platter
A circular glass serving platter with a 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.
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