Porcelain box Rajathra Palace
Pure porcelain box ( 3,14 in ) with lid.
When the Maharaja left for Monaco in 1948, the crumbling palace was closed. Its marble rooms were nonetheless cleaned and polished every day, and its legendary rose gardens watered and cared for. A guard is still posted on the ramparts, watching over the winding entrance avenue, at the same time hoping to see a cloud of dust, raised by a procession on horseback.
The picture, created by designer Luke Edward Hall, depicts the Rajathra Palace, a fantastic memory of a trip to the Rajasthan, one of the artist's favourite places. The article is unscented, it follows the decorative world of the Rajathra Palace fragrance, with a designer plate and a porcelain squared vide poche.
It is available in the four other Fox Thicket Folly, La Gazelle d'Or, Rain Rock Creek and Palazzo Centauro decors.
•Pure porcelain box
•Dimensions: Ø 8 cm, H 6 cm / Ø 3,14 in, H 2,36 in
•Materials: pure porcelain
•Designer: Luke Edward Hall
•Made in Italy