Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark Attends the Inauguration of a New Vault at a Museum in Aarhus
Just days after her 71st birthday, Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark attended the inauguration of a new vault at the Treasure Chamber in Aarhus.
The art enthusiast Queen was in the Old Town of Aarhus to see the new vault that houses many valuable artifacts important to the town’s and Danish history. According to the Danish newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, the underground vault protects over 15,000 objects such as:
… sundials, clocks, table clocks, lantern clock and pocket watches.
The museum’s collection of earthenware and porcelain contains over 3,000 items like tureens, cheese bells, wash bowls, dish, and sprinkle salt shakers.
The collection spans 400 years of design history from both Denmark and the duchies and English, German, Dutch and East Indian goods.
Silver exhibition’s nearly 800 objects created by 309 silver champions from across the country. (JP.dk)
To view photos from the event please click the link here.