Costume jewellery; eleven hearts of silver with rubies. From the 17th century.
Ear ornaments in white gold enamel shaped as hands, holding splinters from a blown up cannon and a Swedish cannon ball that injured Christian IV in the naval battle of Kolberger Heide. The ornaments belonged to Vibeke Kruse.
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.
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.
Set of brilliants consisting of necklace with seven pendants, brooch in the form of a floral bouquet, and earrings.
Costume brooches; 14 bouquets of rose-cut diamonds. Belonged to Princess Charlotte Amalie.
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.
Jewellery set of gold with citrines, amethysts, pearls and diamonds. Belonged to Countess Danner, possibly a birthday present from Frederik VII, 1860. Made by court jeweller J. Diderichsen.
Charlotte Amalie became the Queen of Denmark in 1670. She was the daughter of Landgrave William VI of Hesse-Kassel. In 1667 she was married to Christian (V); as well as other children they had Frederik (IV).