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Portrait of Michiel de Ruyter

Rombout Verhulst, in or after 1677 - in or before 1681, sculpture, BK-NM-13150

Admiral De Ruyter was severely wounded in a battle against the French in the Mediterranean Sea in 1676. He died of his wounds and was buried in a place of honour in Amsterdam’s New Church. This bust was a model for the tomb.

On display in room 2.15

Stadtholder’s chair

Gerrit Hutte, 1747, BK-NM-1315

Willem IV sat on this chair when he presided over the high court in The Hague. The cabinetmaker who made it, Hutte, and Van Dijck, who carved it, chose an extreme Rococo style for this ceremonial chair. The back is crowned with the arms of Zeeland, Holland and West Friesland and the embroidered…

On display in room 1.2

Toilet mirror

Joseph-Germain Dutalis, 1828 - 1829, BK-1994-34

This mirror was the centrepiece of a large set of toiletry articles that the Dutch king Willem I had made as a wedding gift for his daughter Princess Marianne, who married Prince Albert of Prussia in 1830. The king commissioned Dutalis, the leading jeweller in Brussels, to make this superb ensemble…

On display in room 1.13

Maurits, prins van Oranje-Nassau

Adriaen Symonsz. Rottermont, 1615, history medal, NG-VG-1-594

Vanitasstilleven met een schedel…

Hendrick Hondius (I), 1626, print, RP-P-1992-70

Two candlesticks

Adam Loofs, 1687, candlestick, BK-1966-10

On display in room 2.22

Troonzetel van koning Willem II,…

Gebroeders Horrix, 1897 - 1898, NG-C-1995-25-1

Commode

Matthijs Horrix (attributed to), c. 1775 - c. 1780, furniture, BK-1969-141

On display in room 1.10