Danish Gold and Silver

at Koldinghus

   
Museet på Koldinghus will extend and add to its collection of silverware and jewellery, so that it encompasses pieces from all parts of Denmark and covers the period from the Renaissance to the present day, including:
. a representative selection of goldsmiths and silversmiths from all parts of Denmark
. examples of all types of silverware and jewellery, both representative pieces and items for everyday use.

Emphasis will be placed on twentieth century Danish silverware and jewellery. Pieces from earlier periods will be presented within the context of developments leading towards the twentieth century.
The collection will illustrate both similarities and differences in terms of geographical origin and historical periods, as well as developments in style. Development and change from a cultural historical perspective will also be illustrated, not least in connection with the older works.

Foreign works of gold and silver can be included in the collection to the extent that they either have links to developments in Danish silverware and jwellery, served as models for Danish silverware and jewellery, or were influenced by Danish silverware and jewellery.

The scope of the Museum of Gold and Silver at Koldinghus will be extended by new acquisitions of silver and jewellery and by items that are borrowed or taken on permanent loan. The primary aim is to create a comprehensive and cohesive exhibition of Danish silverware and jewellery.

The museum will also promote and participate in research into Danish silverware and jewellery, both in-house and in other contexts.

. Danish Silversmiths
. Danish Goldsmiths and Jewellery Designers
. The Karl Gustav Hansen Prize
. Donors
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Opening Hours

Daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
Closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

Prices

Adults:

90 DKR

Students:

45 DKR



Free admission for children and youngsters under 18 years.

PARKing

Parking facilities for visitors of the museum are outside The Stableyard.

 

Parking fee: 11 DKK per hour.

 

Two parking spaces in the stableyard are reserved for cars for disabled people.

 

FIND KOLDINGHUS

Koldinghus 1
DK - 6000 Kolding

GPS-coordinat: 55˚ 29’ 26˚N, 9˚ 28’ 20˚E

 

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CONTAKT KOLDINGHUS

Museet på Koldinghus
Koldinghus 1

6000 Kolding
Postboks 91

Tlf. 0045 76 33 81 00
E-mail: museum@koldinghus.dk

 

MADKÆLDEREN

Tlf: 0045 75 50 47 98

E-mail: info@koldinghus.dk