The Museum Boncompagni is a museum dedicated to the decorative arts, customs and Italian fashion. The Museum is housed in the Villino Boncompagni, Via Boncompagni near Via Veneto in Rome. The Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collection includes valuable services signed by renowned manufacturers such as Rosenthal, Ginori, Felice Clerici to the Meissen porcelain and those produced in China during the Ch'en Lung period (1736-1796). The Hall of Cradle, dedicated to the Savoy family, the core of which is represented by the cradle of royal princes, made of bronze, silver and gold in 1901 for the birth of the eldest daughter Yolanda is inserted into a paneled room of wallpaper painted with fine decorations exotic birds and flowering trees, dating from the nineteenth century French manufacture. A strong collection consists of many private donations, aims to return the cultural climate of the early decades of the twentieth century, the years when the cottage, also attended by international celebrities, dignitaries, clergy and diplomats, was an important point of reference for the cultural life of city.