The sled the skater dating from around 1720. Preserved museum of carriages Versailles This wooden box painted with patterns and winter landscape is decorated with a sculpture of a chimera, and interior trim are triton. The silk velvet is green-yellow.
The sled of 1760 was initially the property of King William 1st. It is decorated by a sculpture of Diana, the goddess of the hunt. She is accompanied by dogs on the rocker. The set is painted in gold and polychrome. The interior is lined with yellow and red velvet Florentine.
This sled, of Dutch origin, dating from 1682 was used for walking and more generally for recreation. The exterior is decorated with ornaments carved and gilded. The paintings are inspired by traditional motifs of the Frisian town of "Hindelopen" The arms of the city of Hindelopen including the date 1682 is painted on the back of the sleigh.