The tour of the Upper Ground Floor begins with the large oak-paneled Great Study and continues in the Great Drawing Room, where some of the key works in the collection are presented. The next, rotunda-shaped room is called the Salon des Huet, because of the paintings by Jean-Baptiste Huet that are inserted into the wood paneling. The Salon des Huet gives onto the Dining Room, which could seat up to twenty guests. A small door opens into a room that Moïse de Camondo converted into a porcelain cabinet in which he could display his collection. The Pantry is on the left as you leave the Dining Room. A Gallery leads to the Small Study with its remarkable collection of paintings.