The stuffed lion of Gripsholm’s Castle In 1731 King Frederick the I of Sweden commissioned a taxidermy of a lion, unfortunately living in a cold place a very long time ago the taxidermist had never set eyes on one.
Still the most beautiful royal wedding gown; Queen Ingrid of Denmark, princess of Sweden Ingrid of Sweden (Ingrid Victoria Sofia Louise Margareta; 28 March 1910 – 7 November was a Swedish princess and the queen consort of King Frederik IX of Denmark.
Jacket belonging to Frederick Adolph, worn to the coronation of his son, I miss the days when men were this well-dressed. Nowadays it seems the only men who wear silk jackets are incredibly rich or ordained.
royalwatcher: “ Swedish Pink Topaz Demi-Parure The Swedish Royal Family possesses this Russian pink topaz demi-parure, which was given to Maria Pavlovna by her father Tsar Paul I on the occasion of her wedding to the Hereditary Grand Duke of.
Frederick I of Denmark and Norway, lived King of Denmark and Norway. Last Roman Catholic monarch to reign over Denmark, when subsequent monarchs embraced Lutheranism after the Reformation. Married Anna of Brandenburg, then Sophie of Pomerania.
Queen Sophie Dorothea House of Hanover Father George I of Great Britain Mother Sophia Dorothea of Celle Born 16 March 1687 Hanover, Germany Died 28 May 1757 (aged Monbijou Palace, Berlin. Married Frderick of Prussia. She was the sister of George ll.
Semla season ...March 6, 2018...dating back to ca 1541, are Swedish buns, with cardamom, filled with almond paste and whipped cream and 1st eaten by Sweden’s monarchy and upper-classes, usually every Tuesday between Shrove Tuesday and Easter, prior to Lenten fasting. King Adolf Frederick, a ruler with a big appetite, ate 14 in one sitting, shortly before his demise on Feb 12, 1771. Atypical of the time, his were soaked in hot milk aka hetvägg, with cinnamon and raisins. Alas, they were his…