Costume brooches; 14 bouquets of rose-cut diamonds. Belonged to Princess Charlotte Amalie.
Caroline Amalie’s coronation robe; a gold embroidered bodice made of white satin with golden laces at the neck and on the sleeves. The skirt is also made of gold embroidered satin.
Christian VII’s wedding robe, made of silk cloth, woven with silver threads and embroidered with gold. The robe is embroidered with the Star of the Order of the Elephant in silver.
Set of rose-cut diamonds with belt and brooch to divide into 4 smaller brooches, and two necklaces. Made in 1840 by C.M. Weisshaupt. The stones belonged to Princess Charlotte Amalie, sister of Christian VI.
Crescent shaped hair ornament with brilliants and feathers of pearls. Made for Frederik VI’s consort Queen Marie, c. 1810, probably by Frederik (II) Fabritius or F.V. Henriques.
Costume jewellery; eleven hearts of silver with rubies. From the 17th century.
Set of pearls, rubies and diamonds with necklace, brooch and earrings. Made in 1840 by C.M. Weisshaupt. The pearl necklace belonged to Christian V’s consort, Charlotte Amalie.
The years towards the middle of the 19th century became increasingly marked by the national conflict between the Danes and Germans in the duchies of Schleswig and Holstein. It culminated in the Three Years' War, or the First Schleswig War in 1848-51.