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Royal Pavilion  watercolor by John Nash, the Prince Regent’s favoured architect. This is his  view of the room as it appeared in the 1820s.  This room was originally decorated in the Chinoiserie style but from the 1820s it took on a different character, and was re-decorated in the Indian style.  The gilded canopies above the wall panels, the overmantle mirrors and above the curtains are all derived from Mogul architecture. The scheme was designed by Robert Jones

Royal Pavilion watercolor by John Nash, the Prince Regent’s favoured architect. This is his view of the room as it appeared in the 1820s. This room was originally decorated in the Chinoiserie style but from the 1820s it took on a different character, and was re-decorated in the Indian style. The gilded canopies above the wall panels, the overmantle mirrors and above the curtains are all derived from Mogul architecture. The scheme was designed by Robert Jones

The Throne Room at Buckingham Palace | photographer: Derry Moore | The Royal Collection © 2009 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The Throne Room at Buckingham Palace | photographer: Derry Moore | The Royal Collection © 2009 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II