Framed French Engraving, Pavillon Henri IV hotel restaurant

  • £45.00

A charming framed antique engraved book plate dating to the late 1800s of the 'Pavillon Henri IV', a gastronomic hotel located in Saint Germain, France.

The former residence of the French Royal family the restaurant became famous for the cuisine of its chef in residence Jean-Louis-Francois Collinet who is credited with the creation of souffles and Bearnaise sauce .

Famous guests included Alexandre Dumas who wrote The Three Muskateers and The Count of Monte Christo whilst in residence at the hotel.


In generally good condition, there is a small scratch to one side of the picture frame.


height- 28cms(frame), 15.5cms(print)

width- 44.5cms(frame), 31.5cms(print)

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