According to the legend, the Jattes Tétons was fashioned by casting the royal bosom of Marie-Antoinette. In 1787, Jean-Jacques Lagrenée le Jeune and Louis-Simon Boizot created the Bol Sein, also called Jatte tétons at the time, for the dairy of Rambouillet, a leisure farm offered by the King Louis XVI to Marie-Antoinette. There, the Queen would host her close female friends and enjoy the bucolic atmosphere outside of Versailles. Her majesty commissioned the white porcelain bowl so the guests of her dairy farm to drink the fresh goat milk of the farm the porcelain reproduction of her royal breast. The original Marie Antoinette bowl was hold by a tripod base featuring decorations including Graeco-Roman inspired goat-head pots, Etruscan-handles vases, and cow-feet terrines.