Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna (1822-1892) married Crown Prince Charles of Württemberg (1823-1891) in July 1846 at Peterhof Palace, outside of St Petersburg. The couple lived mostly in Villa Berg in Stuttgart and in Kloster Hofen. After the death of his father in June 1864, Charles acceded the throne and became the third King of Württemberg, making Olga its fourth queen.
Emperor Nicholas I supplied his three daughters with lavish dowries, which included extensive porcelain services. Part of this service is in the collection of the State Peterhof Museum (N.B. von Wolf (ed. T.N. Nosovich), Imperatorskii farforovyi zavod, 1744-1904, St Petersburg, 2008, pp. 364-365).