Ivory figure representing Prince Frederik, the Heir Presumptive as a baby in swaddling clothes. Made by L. von Lücke.
Bust of Queen Juliane Marie, made at the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory, which was eagerly supported by the Queen.
Frederik, the Danish Heir Presumptive, was the son of Frederik V and Juliane Marie. He was married to Sophie Frederikke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, who gave birth to Christian VIII.
In the last section of the Treasury many of Rosenborg's main attractions are on display, especially the Crown Jewels, the Crown Regalia, the Crown of the Absolutist Kings and the Queens' Crown.
Frederik IV planned to have a porcelain cabinet to form a counterpart to the Glass Cabinet. Such cabinets became fashionable at princely courts in Europe by the end of the 17th century.
The Corridor on the second floor connects the central room on the floor, The Rose, with the South-end of the Palace.
This is the first of the rooms occupied by Frederik IV's brother, Prince Carl.