Adolf Zethelius, with the Order of Vasa around his neck.
February 19, 1781|
|Died||March 7, 1864
|Burial place||Torshälla Church graveyard|
|Occupation||Silversmith and industrialist|
|Notable work||Norwegian Royal Regalia, Nyby bruk, Surahammars bruk|
|Spouse(s)||Sofia Fredrika Nordewall (1786-1885)|
Augusta Emerentia Carolina Zethelius (1811-1897)
Silversmith Pehr Zethelius (1740-1810)Catharina Emerentia Westrell
|Relatives||Son-in-law of Eric Nordewall|
Adolf Zethelius, born as Erik Adolf Zethelius on February 19, 1781 in Stockholm, died on March 7, 1864 in Stockholm, was a Swedish silversmith, industrialist and owner of the Swedish ironworks Surahammars bruk and Nyby bruk.
The orb, sceptre and anointing horn which are part of the Norwegian Royal Regalia were commissioned by King Charles John and made by Zethelius in Stockholm for the King's coronation as King of Norway in 1818. Works by Zethelius are also exhibited at Nationalmuseum and Hallwyl Palace in Stockholm.