Porcelain, furniture, paintings...a wealth of riches define the Rothschild style.
Waddesdon is an art lover's paradise. The House is the most complete surviving example of the Rothschild style open to the public, with interiors inspired by 18th century France. Here, a display of original French 18th century decorative art sits alongside British, Dutch and French paintings.
- A famous collection of Sèvres porcelain and French furniture.
- 18th century French panelling.
- 17th and 18th century Savonnerie carpets from the French royal manufactory.
- British 18th century portraits by Gainsborough, Reynolds and Romney.
- Landscapes and interiors by 17th century Dutch artists.
- A silver dinner service made for George III, and several porcelain dinner services.
- 17th century goldsmiths’ work, religious paintings and arms and armour.
- Photographs and archival material relating to the Rothschild family, across Europe and in the Vale of Aylesbury.