Similar late Gustavian armchairs of circa 1800 are at stanaa (H. Groth, Neoclassicism in the North, London, 1990, p. 131, fig. 122), which was built by Degenaer (1791-94). With similar Egyptian heads under the armrests and painted winged sphinxes on the sides, the chair at stanaa was one of a set of twelve commissioned for Queen Frederika's Audience Room at Gripsholm. Introduced by Ephriam Staahl in 1803 (Stockholm, active 1794-1820/1), this set was possibly the most expensive suite ever supplied to a Royal palace. A suite of similar seat furniture (Stockholm, c. 1810) in the Salon at Vittskvle, Skaane (Groth, op. cit., pp. 158 and 159, fig. 153) complements the Gustavian remodelling of the house and was commissioned by Baron Kjell Christoffer Barnekow (d. 1818).