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Swedish Queen Lovisa Ulrika's Audience Chamber/ throne room --THE CARVED & GILDED THRONE CLOSE. The throne room interior is a creation of Swedish architect Jean-Erid Rehn who also made the drawings for the throne. The tapestries, with the tale of Cupid & Psyche, were woven according to designs by Boucher at Beauvais.

Swedish Silver Throne of Queen Christina in The Hall of State, Stockhom, Sweden. The throne made for Queen Christina in the 16th Century in the German city of Augsburg. For centuries it has served as the place for the Swedish monarchs to take their throne.

Throne Room in Buckingham Palace, London, England -THRONES TO CHANDELIER, the Queen on the left (the proper, RIGHT)her throne says QEII on the backrest and for Phillip a "P".

Rosenberg Castle, Denmark- Christian IV's resident Castle. The throne, left, was made, it was said, of unicorn horn (narwhal tusk) in 1665. The silver throne of the Danish queens was made in 1730. Three life-size silver lions from the 1660's guard the double thrones on a two-step dias, each throne with a canopy. Denmark no longer has coronations and the thrones have not been used since 1840, but the lions are still used at the royal "cast rum deloris" accompanying the catafalque or bier.

Swedish Queen Lovisa Ulrika's Audience Chamber in The Royal Palace, Stockholm, Sweden. The interior design by Swedish architect Jean-Eric Rehn. The overdo panels were painted by Swedish artist Johan Pasch.

Dragon Throne of the Emperor of China in the Forbidden City in Beijing. The Dragon Throne is the English term used to identify the throne of the Emperor of China. As the dragon was the emblem of divine imperial power, the throne of the Emperor, who was considered a living god, was known as the Dragon Throne. The Daoguang Emperor is said to have referred to his throne as "the divine utensil." In Imperial China, the seat of power was called the Dragon's Seat or the Dragon Throne.

Russian Imperial Throne of Tsarina Elizabeth Petronva was created in 1742. This Throne was part of Renaissance Culture as all as Part of the Tsar's treasury. The Ivory throne's ornamental design relates to the Imperial Caucasus Egg as well as the gold and red colour similarities and the materials that are used that is consisted of rubies, pearls and gold.

Throne Room at Christiansborg is where foreign ambassadors present their credentials to the Queen or King of Denmark.

Queen Elizabeth II enthroned at Buckingham Palace Throne room in a legendary photograph by Cecil Beaton, 1953.