If you happen to live or plan on visiting Europe in the coming months there are several fantastic royal exhibits that are about to open in Denmark, Germany and England.
At Rosenborg Slot in Denmark the royal jewels exhibition entitled, Pearls: A Royal Splendor, Modern Design, begins on February 11 – May 28, 2012. According to the official website for the Royal Danish Collections this exhibit will:
…inform you about what a pearl actually is and introduce you to Akoya, Tahitian, and South Sea pearls. The exhibition provides, on the one hand, cultural historical insight through historical artefacts and ornaments, and on the other shows new, unique, creative ideas for pearl creations. source
For more information please click here.
In Potsdam, Germany there is an exhibit dedicated to the late King Friedrich II entitled, Friedrich der Große. This exhibition, held at the Neues Palais and Sanssouci Park, begins on April 28 – October 28, 2012. To learn more about this exhibition please click here.
And finally, in Nottinghamshire, England the exhibition, Monarchy: Icons and Imagery of Royalty, will go on display at the Southwell Minster. The exhibit begins on May 19-June 17, 2012. Click here for more information.
Photo courtesy of De Danske Kongers Kronologiske Samling
4 thoughts on “Royal Exhibitions 2012”
really interesting website…thanks for the link!
What is the hair thing? It seems odd to have that jeweled end on a fall.
I’m not exactly sure. At first I thought it was one of those thingy’s people use to swat away flies… 🙂
Don’t they have people for that? 😉 I thought that too, but it looks like really soft hair which wouldn’t smack bugs well, I think. But what do I know. My fly-swatted is a shoe!
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