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Synonyms for Versailles

a city in north central France near Paris

a palace built in the 17th century for Louis XIV southwest of Paris near the city of Versailles

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Now orphaned, with only a tattered genealogical chart proving her family's direct descent from Henri II Jeanne plots to reclaim her rightful place at the Court of Versailles.
Now orphaned, with only a tattered genealogical chart proving her family's direct descent from Henry II, King of France, Jeanne plots to reclaim her place at the Royal Court of Versailles.
L'Opera Royale, one of the new ensembles in Springs Globai's Court of Versailles collection, pays homage in bedding and bath collections to House at Versailles.
Alstom was unsuccessful in preventing a Nanterre court from hearing the case against the companies when the Appeals Court of Versailles ruled on December 17 that the Nanterre court, where the case was first filed, had the jurisdiction to hear it.
And for Springs, it is the first high-profile licensed program the company has had in many years, although it does continue its Court of Versailles program.
Springs also launch a new Court of Versailles collection next week, which will differ from the Court of Versailles product debuts during the February Home Fashions Market in that the designs will be less opulent.
The Court of Versailles offerings are "a perfect marriage for the brand as not only a platform for its rich history, but also in context of today's most prestigious home brands," said Edward Cardimona, chief global creative officer for Springs Global, which manufactures the Court of Versailles line.
Springs' high-end Court of Versailles line also lists thread count on the packaging, but "doesn't scream it.
Springs Global's Court of Versailles line is modernized with sunny yellows on its Palais de Soleil bed, teal, bronze and cream on its Royal Brocade style and aqua tints on the Cadeau bedding.
Exhibitors included major companies, such as Springs Performance, showing its Court of Versailles collection; Welspun, introducing and expanding several luxury lines; JLA Home, exhibiting its Natori brand; and smaller independents making their Atlanta debut.