The two guéridons were made by Johan Adolph Sülssen in Hamburg around 1710.
The armchair and the table with coverings of silver were both carried out by Andreas Norman.
Jewel box of gilt silver, ornamented with about two thousand small diamonds. The box was made in Augsburg, c. 1680. Supposedly a present from the subsequent Queen Anne of England, to her mother-in-law, Queen Sophie Amalie.
Two carved guéridons with the coats-of-arms of Denmark and Lüneburg; the tops are of artificial marble. The guéridons and the matching table are from c. 1670 and belonged to Queen Sophie Amalie.