Sweden's Royal Regalia are kept deep in the vaults of the Royal Treasury, underneath the Royal Palace in Stockholm, in a museum that is open to the public. The crowns and coronets have not been worn by Swedish royalty since 1907, but they are still displayed at weddings …
The Crown, Sceptre, Key and Orb of the King of Sweden as displayed in the Royal Treasury (2014).
The crown and coronets being worn during the opening of the Riksdag 1905
The Crown of Eric XIV, as it appeared before a later 20th century restoration to its original 16th century appearance.
Crown used by Queen Christina, made for her mother.