At this time there was great European interest in all things Chinese. In 1733 the newly formed East India Company made its first journey to China. After Lovisa Ulrika’s death in 1782 this interest waned, but it was rekindled in the 1840s. The Chinese Pavilion is a mixture of what was considered 250 years ago to be typical Chinese style along with artifacts from China and Japan.
Efforts have been made to restore the interior to its original state with the help of a 1777 inventory.
Four smaller pavilions belong to the building. In the northeastern pavilion the king had his lathe and a carpenter’s bench. Alongside is the Confidencen pavilion, where meals were taken if he wished to be left undisturbed. The food was prepared in the basement, the floor opened and the dining table hauled up. The adjoining Turkish-style watch tent was built as a barracks for Gustav Ill’s dragoons. It now houses a museum about the estate.
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