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King Gustaf III of Sweden (1746–1792)

King Gustaf III of Sweden (1746–1792)

The costume Gustav III of Sweden wore during the masquerade ball where he was shot and fatally wounded, 16th march 1792   visit also http://museumoftheartifacts.blogspot.com/

The costume Gustav III of Sweden wore during the masquerade ball where he was shot and fatally wounded, 16th march 1792 visit also http://museumoftheartifacts.blogspot.com/

painted between 1778-1792, GUSTAV III by NIKLAS LAFRENSEN (1737-1807). the king is wearing the national costume.

painted between 1778-1792, GUSTAV III by NIKLAS LAFRENSEN (1737-1807). the king is wearing the national costume.

Gustav III, 1772, by unknown painter, wearing the ekolsundsdräkt (Swedish National Costume). Love the power pink silk outfit, even the ermine lined cape is a nice touch, but that hat has to go!

Gustav III, 1772, by unknown painter, wearing the ekolsundsdräkt (Swedish National Costume). Love the power pink silk outfit, even the ermine lined cape is a nice touch, but that hat has to go!

Gustav the III, the king of Sweden, ca.1780-1789

Gustav the III, the king of Sweden, ca.1780-1789

Gustav III, 1746-1792, King of Sweden by Alexander Roslin, 1777. Nationalmuseum Sweden, CC BY-SA

Gustav III, 1746-1792, King of Sweden by Alexander Roslin, 1777. Nationalmuseum Sweden, CC BY-SA

Gustav III (1746 - 1792). Son of Adolf Frederick and Louisa Ulrika of Prussia. He succeeded his father as King.

Gustav III (1746 - 1792). Son of Adolf Frederick and Louisa Ulrika of Prussia. He succeeded his father as King.

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Gustavian Swedish Scandinavian Country Painted Furniture

Gustavian Swedish Scandinavian Country Painted Furniture

Swedish secretary with 25 drawers, niches & compartments. The top lifts for secret storage. Tone on Tone

Swedish secretary with 25 drawers, niches & compartments. The top lifts for secret storage. Tone on Tone

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