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Carriage 1763 65

Permanently exhibited in Kremlin's Armory Museum, Moscow

This carriage was ordered for Ekaterina II and manufactured by Bretaile in 1763 in Paris. It took almost two years to manufacture and deliver carriage through the city of Danzhig in 1765.

Carriage is made in style of classicism and has incredibly unique handcrafted wood carving and paint art work performed by very skilful and talented artists. Ornament work is absolutely symmetrical. .Remarkable details made in bronze resemble skills of exquisite jeweler. Medallions made from mother of pearls is amazing Originally even frame and wheels were gold plated, but after extensive renovation in 1881 just a few elements of carriage are still original. This carriage was the most favored by Ekaterina II and was widely used by Empress daily.

Trevi accepts orders to manufacture in real size museum quality replicas of this unique carriage. Please, call 1-312-324-0203 for details.