From Versailles to Buckingham Palace, the Manetti gold leaf decorates the balustrades and gates of some of the most beautiful palaces and gardens in the world with its precious light.
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There is nothing better than a golden gate to mark the entrance to dream places. The architects of gardens, palaces and royal residences have always known this and invariably have drawn the boundary between the dimension of everyday life and that of the symbolic world with gold. For centuries, the Manetti gold leaf has made the gates and balustrades of some of the most beautiful places in the world shine. Two cities that symbolize this particular application of the gold leaf are London and Paris. In the English capital, the Manetti gold leaf sparkles on the gates of Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace, the Albert Memorial and Regent's Park.
In the Ville Lumiere, the Manetti gold leaf makes the Grille d’honneur of the palace in Versailles sparkle along with the gates of the Fontainebleu castle, the Courthouse and the Tuilieres Garden.
Among other noteworthy achievements we cannot fail to mention the gates of the Catherine Palace in St. Petersburg, the Laeken Castle in Belgium and the Royal palaces in Turin and Madrid.