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Placemats "Glorious Peacock" blue set of 6
£59.65 inc. tax

£59.65 ex. tax
? Tax based on United Kingdom.


Easily impress family and friends with peacock-themed placemats (here a set of 6) that packs a lot more than just a beautiful design! Made out of a combination of cotton and polyester, the design on this table place mat was inspired by the wallpaper decorating the room of Prince Henry, Prince of Prussia within the New Palace in Sanssouci Park. The embroidery on this place mat shows a beautiful peacock resting on a branch being surrounded by copious blooming peonies and other birds. A peacock themed tablecloth is a beautiful addition to a home's decoration. You do not even have to be a fan of Prussian history to fall in love with this amazing peacock table mat. These peacock place mats also make for a unique housewarming or hostess gift!


New Palace
New Palace - or "Neues Palais" in German - is one of the palaces built within the grounds of the Sanssouci Park. It features many great halls such as the Marble Hall, the Grotto Hall, the Concert Room and even its own Palace Theatre. During its construction King Frederick the Great ordered its architectural style to mirror baroque designs and combining it with a few decorations following the rococo style. The New Palace boasts many luxurious rooms and hallways within its walls such as the Grotto Hall, the Marble Gallery and Hall, and the Theatre to name a few. Prince Henry of Prussia - the younger brother of King Frederick II - preferred to stay in the New Palace. His room in the New Palace is abundantly decorated with portraits and patterns of peacocks with their magnificent and colorful feathers, other avian species, and a superabundance of peonies in full bloom – the inspiration of this eye-catching placemat.


Details

- 6 mats
- Material: 65% cotton, 35% polyester

- Dimensions: 48.5 x 31.5 cm
- Wash at 40º C
- Made in Germany

Product Code: MSS64-04375
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 10 g
Product Condition: New
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