The two busts of Queen Louise were made in plaster and marble, respectively.
The chandelier in the Gala Hall was a present to Prince Christian (X) from his mother, the then Crown Princess Lovisa, who gave it to him in 1903.
A number of busts of Danish cultural personalities whom Queen Caroline Amalie admired are on display in The Gothic Library.
The chandelier was given as a gift to Christian IX and Queen Louise by the German Emperor Wilhelm II at their golden wedding in 1892.
The full-length portrait of Queen Louise is placed next to the full-lenght portrait of her husband, Christian IX but there is ten years difference between the two paintings.
The full-length portrait of Christian IX was painted by H. Olrik in 1871. Christian IX is standing with an English sword he had been given on his birthday on April 8 1865.
On the way to the antechamber one passes the so-called "Four Kings Picture", where the first four kings from the House of Glücksburg are gathered for the christening of Prince Frederik (IX).
Queen Louise became queen in 1863. In 1842 she married Prince Christian (IX), and eventually became the first Royal Couple from the Glücksburg line after the childless Frederik VI.