The Chinese Pavilion

Souvenirs from the Chinese Pavilion

The Royal Gift Shop is a unique present and souvenir shop offering products with a connection to the Royal Collections, situated at the Visitor's center at Drottningholm. A selection of products linked to the pavilion are available for sale at the Chinese Pavilion. 

Many of the products are produced in limited editions and can only be purchased at the Royal Gift Shop. Amongst other things, you can find unique interior design articles based on patterns from original material from the 1600s, 1700s and 1800s.

A wider range of items can be found at the Royal Gift Shop at the visitor´s centre, beside the palace's waterfront. Here you will find many products with a connection to objects from the Royal Collections, many of which are limited editions and are exclusive to the Royal Gift Shop.

Top image: The Royal Gift Shop has a range of unique trays inspired by décor from the Royal Palaces. The ornamental motif on the large tray is a fragment of a preserved lintel in the Yellow Room at the Chinese Pavilion at Drottningholm. Price SEK 295. The signature pattern with gilded latticework and royal crowns of this exclusive selection of smaller trays is closely derived from the ceiling in the Victoria Salon at The Royal Palace. Price SEK 245. Subject to availability. Photo: Kungligaslottsboden.se

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