Versailles 01 © Lily Rose


Set the table

Take a seat at the table of the kings and queens of Versailles with the tableware collections from the famous Bernardaud manufacture.

Bernardaud, the famous French porcelain manufacturer founded in Limoges in 1863 and still family-owned today, has always chosen excellence, quality and precision.


Versailles festivities

As King Louis XIV had the gardens of Versailles landscaped with fountains and bosquets, he decided to organize the first major festivities in honor of his mother Anne of Austria and Queen Maria Theresa of Austria, which were to make the Palace of Versailles famous.

The festivities, known as the “Plaisirs de l’Ile Enchantée”, lasted six days and also brought about the first collaboration, under the aegis of the king, between Molière and Lully. Hand-picked, “only” 600 people were invited: the Palace, still in its original size, could not accommodate all the guests, who lived in their carriages!

This service shows the gardens as seen from the Palace, and the shows that bring the festivities to life.

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