The glass-fronted sideboard contains Giuseppe Viti’s gold-woven full vizier and emir dresses. The stones on the hats have been replaced with imitations.

Opposite is a large cornice with beautiful embroideries representing French missions to India. The secrétaire has panels made of scaled alabaster and resins. A rich collection of fans and three alabaster mosaic tables are also on show.

On the central table are an important jade elephant used as a parfume container, a scimitar and a jade-handled dagger that belonged to the Emir of Nepal. The painting whit the flowers is by the 18th century Piedmontese painter M. Rapous.