Furniture and outdoor ornaments from the Château de Versailles®



Under an exclusive brand licence with the Public Establishment of the Château de Versailles, JARDINS DU ROI SOLEIL  manufactures «Château de Versailles®» orange tree boxes, patented adaptations of the seventeenth century planters created by André Le Nôtre. Our range of garden furniture and ornaments extends to benches and vases, official adaptations of historical models adorning the gardens of the Palace of Versailles. Made entirely in France using artisan techniques and the best quality materials, JARDINS DU ROI SOLEIL products offer you unrivalled longevity and the authentic charm of the French garden.



The «Château de Versailles®» orange tree box is the only one to have a structure made of cast iron and solid oak panels that give it unrivalled durability. Robust and practical (removable panels for directs access to the root ball), this is an outstanding horticultural tool much-loved by landscape architects as well as prestigious institutions (public administrations, Palaces, Castles, Vineyards) who also choose them for their elegance and their authenticity. Available in eight sizes and twelve standard colours, our orange tree box can also be used for your own customised projects that we will love to work on.



Our «Château de Versailles®» benches, hand-made in solid oak (solide wood engraving, traditional assembly), were designed by Pierre André Lablaude (Architect of Historical Monuments, responsible for the gardens of the Palace of Versailles) in the style of engravings dating from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Our three styles of benches, available in twelve colours and three standard sizes can be customised and adapted to individual requirements.



Available in bronze and stone, the «Château de Versailles®» vases are exact replicas of the models present in the gardens of the Château. Produced and finished by hand by our sculptors, our vase can be created from the stone of your choice. Our two models of bronze vase, designed by Claude Ballin in 1661, ara available in three patinas (antique bronze, green and verdigris).