Dauphin's Treasure


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Museo del Prado de Madrid


The Dauphin's Treasure is a magnificent set of objects made of precious stones, precious metals and cut glass. It includes dinner services, caskets, censers and so on. It was part of Philip V's inheritance. The Spanish king was the grandson of the powerful French monarch, Luis XIV. Most of the pieces are French and come from the Renaissance and early [Baroque#ESTILOS#6] periods. However, there are also some medieval objects, Roman plaques, and even some exotic pots from India and China.The Dauphin's Treasure is kept in a secure underground vault at the Museo del Prado where it can be observed by visitors.

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