Special gift! Martin dragons visit to the United States was given to the White House seat skin

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 Special gift! Martin dragons visit to the United States was given to the White House seat skin


CNN reported that the skin was purchased from the seat back of the fifth president of the United States, James Monroe. The center of the skin is decorated with golden eagle, with golden laurel leaves around it. As a gift, the skin will be fixed in the frame. The seat was made by French furniture division Pierre Antoine Berenguer. During the first half of nineteenth Century, President Monroe commissioned Omnitest to make 53 pieces of furniture in the blue hall, mostly furnished with gold plated decorations. Monroe once served as a diplomat in France and has always been fond of French style furniture. Since then, the fate of these French furniture has been treated differently with the preferences of the white house owners. After the fifteenth President James Buchanan entered the White House, he reused the furniture. When the thirty-fifth president, John F Kennedys wife Jacqueline Kennedy, lived in the White House, he found the furniture and cooperated with French designers to reload the White House with them. In addition, Ma Kelong and his wife will receive a photo album that records the wonderful moments of visiting the United States, and a famous silver bowl with the presidential badge of the United States. The French side will give Trump and his wife a seedling of about 1.4 meters tall. The seedlings grew on the battlefield of the first World War in the northern province of France. In June 1918, the US, British and French forces defeated the German army there, with nearly ten thousand casualties. Source: Xinhua editor: Han Jiapeng _NN9841 Since then, the fate of these French furniture has been treated differently with the preferences of the white house owners. After the fifteenth President James Buchanan entered the White House, he reused the furniture. When the thirty-fifth president, John F Kennedys wife Jacqueline Kennedy, lived in the White House, he found the furniture and cooperated with French designers to reload the White House with them. In addition, Ma Kelong and his wife will receive a photo album that records the wonderful moments of visiting the United States, and a famous silver bowl with the presidential badge of the United States. The French side will give Trump and his wife a seedling of about 1.4 meters tall. The seedlings grew on the battlefield of the first World War in the northern province of France. In June 1918, the US, British and French forces defeated the German army there, with nearly ten thousand casualties.