Louis XIV

Louis XIV

The origin of DALLOYAU goes back to 1682, when Louis XIV settled his Court in Versailles.
Charles DALLOYAU officiated as a baker for the Prince de Condé at the Chantilly Castle. 
Louis XIV discovered his talent and named him official baker at the Court of Versailles.
First hired as an assistant, Richard DALLOYAU became head of "paneterie" and "fruiterie" for the Grand Condé, King of France's cousin.

The baker provided daily to the King his favourite bread. Bread that only bakers could produce. The "chef of paneterie" (baker) ensured bread, linen and cutlery for princely tables.

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