A Restoration wool carpet au point de la Savonnerie
A wool velvet carpet with a tobacco-coloured ground known as "pain brulé"(literally burnt bread) sprinkled with yellow flowers. In the centre there is a round medallion with a bouquet of flowers encircled by three borders: the first with a pearl grey background decorated with white flowers, the second consisting of a rich flower garland with ribbons, and the last a thinner garland of white flowers. The last of these is found on the entire perimeter of the carpet, interrupted in the corners by a motif formed by a bouquet of flowers between two cornucopias, and in the centre of each line, where there is an oval crown of laurels enclosing a bouquet of flowers in its centre. The whole composition is framed by a wide border with a yellow background decorated with a garland in flowery rose stem.
A very important pair of empire ormolu and patinated bronze four-light candelabra. A related identical set of four now in the throne room in St.James Palace was bought directly to Thomire by George IV in Paris(RCIN 11853).