This is regalia of Swedish Freemasonry. It is often on display in the museum.

The Swedish system is comprised of 11 degrees.

The first lodge was established in 1735. It works according to the Swedish Rite and allow male members that must be Christian.

In contrast to the working of the majority in international Freemasonry it excludes believers in a supreme being who are non-Christians.

However, a foreign freemason from a recognized obedience of any religion may attend lodges working in the degrees 1 to 6.

Foreign visitors to lodges working in degrees 7 and higher must sign a statement assuring that they are Christian.

This regalia are currently on loan from a private collection.