Queen Victoria's Indian court room at her former Isle of Wight palace has reopened to the public following conservation work.
The Durbar Room at Osborne House, East Cowes, which is managed by English Heritage, has been returned to its original use as a banqueting hall.
Display cases have been replaced by a formal dining table and chairs, made to Victorian specifications.
English Heritage said curators had been inspired by photographs from the 1890s.
The room's elaborate plaster ceiling, designed by Lockwood Kipling, father of The Jungle Book author Rudyard, has also been cleaned and conserved, a spokeswoman said.
She said the changes would help visitors "step into the grandeur of court life and understand Queen Victoria's relationship with the Empire in her home's Indian wing".
The room also contains a collection of gifts from the sub-continent commemorating Queen Victoria's golden and diamond jubilees of 1887 and 1897.