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Old 02-21-2016, 01:47 AM
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Photos from the Instagram of Håkan Groth, a photographer and antique dealer and expert.
The South Portico in the Royal Palace with the entrance to the Hall of State. The Royal Chapel is on the opposite side. The balcony was intended for musicians.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBhLpWwF...by=hakan_groth
A detail of the ceiling in the South Portico in the Stockholm Royal Palace with the coat of arms of Sweden.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBhWrRzF...by=hakan_groth
The Don Quixote Salon at Stockholm Royal Palace is named after the tapestries woven in the 1770's at the Les Gobelin factory in Paris.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBj1NFxl...by=hakan_groth
Overdoor painted by François Boucher (1703-70) in the Don Quixote Salon at Stockholm Royal Palace. The frame was designed by the talented architect Jean Eric Rehn.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBj2UHLl...by=hakan_groth
The ceiling in Gustaf III's State Bedroom was decorated by Jacques Foucquet and René Chauveau c 1700. It depicts how the young King Carl XII (1682-1718) is protected by the Olympian Gods.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBlQR80l...by=hakan_groth
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Another decorative painting, by a for me unknown artist, above a door in a room in the Stockholm Royal Palace not open to the public
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBlT1DKl...by=hakan_groth
The Pillared Hall (Pelarsalen) in the Stockholm Royal Palace was decorated by the architect Carl Hårleman during the 1730's and 1750's and was used initially (from 1754) as the King's Dining Room. Gustaf III altered the room around 1780 with the help of Jean-Baptist Masreliez when four large mirrors, new overdoors and two statues of Venus and Apollo were added.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBnKiIxF...by=hakan_groth
The Pillared Hall in the Stockholm Royal Palace with Gustavian chairs made by Eric Öhrmark.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBnLCKrl...by=hakan_groth
Overdoor with a painting by Jean-Baptist Oudry in what was the Audience Room of Gustaf III's younger brother Prince Fredric Adolf (now in the Guest Apartment). Another of the many paintings bought in Paris for the decoration of the Stockholm Royal Palace during his visit in 1744-45.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBnyurPl...by=hakan_groth
An ormolu, enamel and crystal chandelier made c 1819 by André Galle in Paris (1761-1844) in the Stockholm Royal Palace.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBn11j4l...by=hakan_groth
A French Sèvres porcelain ur with ormolu mounts, one of a pair, made c 1780 that was a gift to Gustaf III from Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette when he visited Paris in 1784. The Empire bronze and ormolu candelabras are Swedish made c 1810-1820.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBpSPUyl...by=hakan_groth
The ceiling in Queen Sophia Magdalena's State Bedroom depicts Mother Svea (The personification of Sweden) holding a shield with Sweden's heraldic emblem, the three crowns. This was painted in 1734 by Guillaume Taraval and Antoine-Baptist Monnoyer.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBpWGwpl...by=hakan_groth
The ceiling in Queen Sophia Magdalena's State Bedroom depicts Mother Svea (Sweden) in the centre surrounded by figures representing the four then known Continents, here Africa. It was painted in 1734 by Guillaume Taraval and Antoine-Baptist Monnoyer.
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Old 02-21-2016, 02:26 AM
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Absolutely stunning! Thanks for posting these. Can I just ask though, who pays for the Swedish palaces to be maintained so that, unlike Buckingham Palace, lumps of plaster don't come falling down? Is it a government department that keeps on top of the maintenance or is there a special fund?
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Old 02-22-2016, 02:33 PM
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Photos from the Instagram of Håkan Groth, a photographer and antique dealer and expert.
The Audience Room in the State Apartment at the Royal Palace in Stockholm. The Italian Renaissance canopy is believed to have come to Sweden with Catarina Jagellonica of Poland (1526-83) wife of Johan III.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBqboxmF...by=hakan_groth
The ceiling of the Audience Room was created c 1700 by the two Frenchmen Jacques Foucquet and René Chauveau.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBqeU1yF...by=hakan_groth
The centre of the ceiling in the Audience Room in the State Apartment shows the Roman Gods Mars and Venus.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BBqe2h7F...by=hakan_groth
A Louis XVI commode made c 1785 attributed to Adam Weisweiler. This piece was bought in 1797 in France for Prince Carl (later King Carl XIII) of Sweden. The clock was made in Paris c 1780 by the Swedish clock maker André Hessén (1745-1805).
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Old 03-04-2016, 06:57 AM
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Svensk Damtidning had an article about the Grand Guests Apartments used for state visits some weeks ago.
Royal housekeeper Ebba von Mecklenburg tells that although she has worked at the Royal Palace for many years, she is still impressed of the space of the salons and the beautiful woven wallpapers. The article has been done just before the state visit of the Tunisian president.
The bed linen is brought from the Linen Chamber. To get the Guest apartments ready for a state visit takes about a week. Von Mecklenburg tells that the rooms shall be furnished, cleaned and the windows will be washed.
The guest apartments are used also by royals when they visit the royal family. Queen Maxima stayed there when she was at the wedding of Carl Philip and Sofia. She didn't use the grand bedroom, but stayed at a smaller room.
All rooms - drawing room, audience room, salons and bedrooms - are used. The Head of State doesn't travel alone and the entourage needs rooms. Von Mecklenburg tells that there is security staff around the clock, but the guests can't order tea and sandwiches at 04.00 in the morning, there aren't staff for that.
At the internal salon there is a TV. Is there a wifi? Von Mecklenburg says that "do you think that we are old-fashioned?" and tells that they are very modern and have both wifi and computers. But they are discreet and don't let those stand at the center of the room.
There is the Margareta room, a smaller room where the breakfast is served. At the walls are paintings painted by crown princess Margareta. Von Mecklenburg tells that the breakfast is brought from external purveyor according to the wishes of the guest. All the wishes of the guests are been written down at the so called "förbesök", the visit made before every visit. The delegation from the incoming country comes to Stockholm and Ebba von Mecklenburg and the other staff get to know if the Head of State has special wishes, for instance about the breakfast or about allergies.
Von Mecklenburg says that they want that their guests have everything as good as possible. Some things they can't supply if they would need rebuilding, to other wishes they say "Yes of course". One more detail are the small soaps and bottles with shampoo and shower gel at the bathroom. Von Mecklenburg tells that she chooses those which are good, smell pleasant and are environmentally friendly and aren't unsuitable for those who have allergies. And they should be in small bottles and all brands don't have those.
And before the guest arrives, the court florist Claes Carlsson brings his beautiful flower bouquets and decorations to the apartments. And there will also be fruits and chocolate and carafes full with swedish tap water. Peanuts and dates are the king's favourites.
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Old 03-04-2016, 01:52 PM
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Absolutely stunning! Thanks for posting these. Can I just ask though, who pays for the Swedish palaces to be maintained so that, unlike Buckingham Palace, lumps of plaster don't come falling down? Is it a government department that keeps on top of the maintenance or is there a special fund?
According to the Swedish Royal House website, there are two separate grants respectively for palace administration, which covers maintenance of the royal palaces and of the royal collection, and for the court administration, which funds the King's Household, the Queen's Household, Princess Victoria's Household, and the Royal Mews. The palace administration grant was approximately SEK 62.5 million in 2015 whereas the court administration grant was about SEK 65 million (note: US$ 1 = SEK 8.48 as of March 3, 2016).

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The maintenance of the royal palaces specifically is managed by the Office of the Governor of the Royal Palaces, which, as far as I understand, is a department of the Royal House. That contrasts with other countries like Spain for example where the royal palaces are managed by a National Heritage agency that answers directly to the national government and is not part of the Royal House.
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Swedish royal palace posts two new job vacancies
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Old 04-13-2016, 01:32 PM
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From court Instagram
Today's word: metope! A metope is the square, often decorated, plate forming part of the Doric column order. The metopes in the picture can be seen at the Royal Palace facade toward the Outer courtyard. They have warlike designs from the, then-known, continents Europe, Africa, America, and Asia.
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Old 04-23-2016, 08:43 AM
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Photos from the Instagram of Håkan Groth, a photographer and antique dealer and expert.
Enfilade of rooms in the Bernadotte apartment in the Stockholm Royal Palace decorated in the 1740's for the Queen of Sweden. The French rock crystal chandelier was made c 1700.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BEMSytCl...by=hakan_groth
The writing room of Queen Sophie of Sweden (1836-1914), wife of Oscar II. It was originally luxuriously decorated as the Queen's Bedroom in the 1740's with panelling in white and gold. The walls and furniture were covered with a red silk damask decorated with golden crowns
https://www.instagram.com/p/BEMwGdSl...by=hakan_groth
The breakfast room of Oscar II and Queen Sophia in the Stockholm Royal Palace who lived here 1873-1913. The silver chandelier was a gift from the family for their Silver Jubilee as monarchs in 1897. The room was originally twice the size and decorated in the 1730's in the Régence style. It was so richly gilded then so it was known as the 'Gilt Room'.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BENjnoUF...by=hakan_groth
The writing room of King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway (1836-1907). It was preserved untouched after his death in his memory. The desk in the foreground was his private use and he had a second smaller desk by the other window for signing state papers.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BEOy-0HF...by=hakan_groth
A detail of the cornice and ceiling in King Adolph Fredric of Sweden's cabinet in the Royal Palace decorate in the 1740's. Oscar II used this room as his bedroom.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BEOzXQ9l...by=hakan_groth
A gilt bronze bust of King Carl XIV Johan of Sweden and Norway from the 1820s.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BEO0l0ml...by=hakan_groth
The bedroom used since the 19th century by visiting heads of state in the Guest Apartment in the Stockholm Royal Palace. It was decorated in the 1760's for Prince Fredric Adolph (1750-1803) who could move in in 1770. He was Gustaf III's youngest brother who died in Montpellier in France.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BEPGnnEl...by=hakan_groth
A Swedish gilt Louis XIV table attributed to the German born furniture maker and sculptor Burchard Precht (1651-1738) in the Stockholm Royal Palace.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BEXqwIdF...by=hakan_groth
A gilt Swedish Louis XV ceremonial folding stool from a large set made c 1750 for the Stockholm Royal Palace
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A Swedish Louis XV royal audience chair made 1744 with carvings by the French sculptor Jean-Caspar Caillon. The chair is now in Hall of the Order of the Seraphim in the Stockholm Royal Palace.
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Photo from princess Sibylla's apartments, taken yesterday and today at the King's reception
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Anna Palm De Rosa (1859-1924), View of the Royal Palace from the Grand Hôtel. On sale at auction at Stockholm Auktionsverk 8th June.
http://media.auktionsverket.se/E606/...20160601105800

Anna Palm De Rosa (1859-1924), View towards the Royal Palace and Helgeandsholmen. On sale at auction at Stockholm Auktionsverk 8th June.
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The Royal Palace has Swedish Royal Guards.


The northern entrance of the Royal Palace was inspired by the entrance to Palazzo Farnese in Rome, Italy.
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Old 07-01-2016, 06:42 AM
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Summer times at the Royal Palace! The Royal Apartments opens 8:30 from July

The Palace, with the Royal Apartments, the museums and gift shop, is open year round and daily during the summer months. In July and August the Royal Apartments will open at 8:30, the other sights at 10:00.
Summer times at the Royal Palace! The Royal Apartments*opens 8_30 from July - Sveriges Kungahus
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Those are beautiful and romantic pics. When were they taken? Recently?
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Those are beautiful and romantic pics. When were they taken? Recently?
Those were taken in September 2014 by a photographer, who takes often photos of STCC races where Carl Philip is racing.

Visit the Royal Palaces, writes the Royal Court at it's Facebook and Instagram, with this photo from the Royal Palace.
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Those were taken in September 2014 by a photographer, who takes often photos of STCC races where Carl Philip is racing.

Visit the Royal Palaces, writes the Royal Court at it's Facebook and Instagram, with this photo from the Royal Palace.
https://www.facebook.com/Kungahuset/...type=3&theater

Thank you LadyFinn!

Off topic: do you know if there is a thread about Victoria, Car Philip, and Madeleine's confirmations?
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Photos from the Instagram of Håkan Groth, a photographer and antique dealer and expert.
Carl Gustaf Qvarnström (1810-67), 'Winter' sculpted 1834, in the recently restored North Portico at the Stockholm Royal Palace.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BI0inF2B...by=hakan_groth
Carl Gustaf Qvarnström (1810-67), 'Spring' sculpted 1834, in the recently restored North Portico at the Stockholm Royal Palace.
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Carl Gustaf Qvarnström (1810-67), 'Summer' sculpted 1834, in recently restored North Portico at the Stockholm Royal Palace.
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In Deo Spes Mea (In God My Hope) was the motto of the Queen Ulrica Eleonora the Younger who ruled Sweden 1718-20 and of her husband Fredric I who was king 1720-51.
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The entrance to the North Portico from the inner courtyard.
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The only balcony at the Stockholm Royal Palace
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An 18th century sculpted coat of arms with the Swedish Three Crowns above a doorway at the Stockholm Royal Palace.
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One of the two bronze lions outside the Royal Palace by the French sculptor Bernard Fouquet c 1700. They were modelled on the two Medici marble lions in Rome.
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Photos from the Instagram of Håkan Groth, a photographer and antique dealer and expert.
Gustaf III of Sweden purchased a collection of antique sculptures from the collection of the late Giovanni Baptista Piranesi. His son Francesco had been appointed art agent to the king in 1783. The foremost piece in the collection was Endymion said to have been found in Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli outside Rome. The pieces in the background had been made up from antique fragments by Piranesi.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BOJ6ypgh...by=hakan_groth
The Grand Gallery in Gustaf III's Antiques Museum opened in 1794 in the Stockholm Royal Palace. When Gustaf III died in 1792 his brother Prince Carl became the regent as his son Gustaf IV Adolph was only 14 years old. Carl decided to make a donation of his late brother's collection of art and antique sculptures into a National Museum, the first in Sweden open to the public. The architect Carl Fredric Sundvall designed this sculpture gallery in what had been intended as an orangery. Apollo and the nine Muses that Gustaf had bought from Giovanni Volpato in Rome were placed on the inner wall. Other pieces came from the Piranesi collection. It was and still is used for receptions and concerts.
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Gustaf III's Antique Museum designed in 1792 by Carl Fredric Sundvall to house the late king's collection of antique sculptures he had bought in Rome 1784. The gallery has seven tall French windows overlooking the private royal garden at the Stockholm Royal Palace.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BONkW-XB...by=hakan_groth
In the centre an antique sculpture of an ancient priestess said to have been found in Capua Vetera in Campania in the 15th century. Bought by Gustaf III from the dealer Giovanni Volpato in Rome 1784. The candelabra made up of antique fragments and later pieces came from the Piranesi collection.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BONzXSbB...by=hakan_groth
These amazing pieces in the Gustaf III's Antique Museum in the Royal Palace was bought in Rome 1784 by the king from Francesco Piranesi. They had been created in the workshop of his more famous father the artist Giovanni Battista. The central urn was the most expensive of the pieces and was also published in a prominent place in his work 'Vasi e candelabri', Rome 1774.
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Pehr Ljung carved this ornament 1794 with a pair of griffins guarding Apollo's sacred tripod in the Small Gallery. The museum caretaker had his room behind it and could keep an eye on visitors through it. Prince Carl, who took the initiative to create the Royal Museum in the Palace had the griffin in his coat of arms.
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Photo from the Instagram of Håkan Groth, a photographer and antique dealer and expert.
An unfinished watercolour from around 1840 by the courtier and artist Baron Carl Stefan Bennet of Carl XI's Gallery in the Stockholm Royal Palace. The gallery had been decorated by Nicodemus Tessin the Younger in the 1690's and survived the great fire of 1697 that destroyed all of the old castle except the northern range that Tessin had rebuilt. This was the central room in the apartment of Carl XIV Johan (1763-1844). The king is seen receiving a courtier in the centre. This is where the state dinners for 160 guests seated at a long table is held nowadays.
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