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From our press site you can download press materials for the special exhibition ‘A Queen’s Jewellery Box – 50 years on the throne told in jewellery’, which is open from 14 January to 23 October 2022 at the Amalienborg Museum in Christian VIII’s Palace as a celebration of HM the Queen’s Golden Jubilee.

Amalienborg Museum

The Amalienborg Museum is part of Christian VIII’s Palace at Amalienborg. The museum covers the Royal House of Glücksborg from 1863 to now, which includes four generations of the Glücksborg dynasty: Christian IX, Frederik VIII, Christian X and Frederik IX. It also features a Fabergé chamber and a gala hall that is still used by the royal family on special occasions. The museum shows varying exhibitions and is part of the Royal Danish Collection, which also includes visitor sites at Rosenborg Castle and Koldinghus. The special exhibition ‘A Queen’s Jewellery Box – 50 years on the throne told in jewellery’ is shown on the bel étage from 14 January to 23 October 2022 at the Amalienborg Museum.

Press material

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Photos may only be used in connection with coverage of ‘A Queen’s Jewellery Box’ at the Amalienborg Museum and with accreditation.

Download press release: A Queen’s Jewellery Box – 50 years on the throne told through jewellery

Download press photos of the exterior of the Amalienborg Museum

Download press photos of the interior of the bel étage of the Amalienborg Museum

Press contact

Head of Communications Nanna Ebert
Email: ne@kosa.dk
Tel.: +45 5133 6644

Read more about the exhibition here

Selected pieces of jewellery in the exhibition

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The exhibition curator, Museum Director Thomas C. Thulstrup of the Royal Danish Collection, says, ‘The Queen’s Golden Jubilee is a historic event that we at the Royal Danish Collection wish to celebrate with an exhibition that highlights a particular form of communication for the Queen that many may not be aware of. To the Queen, jewellery is not just a decorative element that has to match a given dress or outfit. As it is for all of us, the Queen’s jewellery represents memories, recollections, acts, friendships and continuity. When she wears a particular piece of jewellery it contains a reference to these memories. In other words, nothing is left to chance when the Queen chooses what jewellery to wear for a particular occasion. The jewellery speaks a language of its own. It is this language that we aim to explore with the exhibition “A QUEEN’S JEWELLERY BOX”. An exhibition the Royal Danish Collection is honoured to present, not least because all the jewellery in it is in regular use.’