Margarethe von Preussen – Prinzessin von Hessen | Hochzeit | Juwelen und Schmuck

Festlichkeiten die Vermählung der Prinzessin Margarethe mit dem Prinzen Friedrich Karl von Hessen | der späteren Landgräfin von Hessen und Ihre Geschenke

Princess Frederic Charles of Hesse Landgravine of Hesse |  Royal Wedding

Festlichkeiten die Vermählung der Prinzessin Margarethe mit dem Prinzen Friedrich Karl von Hessen

Festlichkeiten die Vermählung der Prinzessin Margarethe mit dem Prinzen Friedrich Karl von Hessen

 

Margarethe von Preussen – Prinzessin von Hessen | Hochzeit | Juwelen und Schmuck

Royal Wedding Presents to Princess Margaret of Prussia | Marriage Jewels | Castellani Gold Parure

Diadem von Margariten aus Diamanten und Perlen | Tiara of Marguerites, Daisies in diamonds and pearls

Smaragd Parure Diadem, Collier, Broschen, Armband und Ohrringe | Geschenk der Kaiserin Friedrich | Emerald Tiara Parure | Diamond Jewels of Princess Margaret of Prussia

Perlen Diamant Diadem Prinzessin Margarethe von Preussen| Schmuck Landgräfin von Hessen | Pearl Diamond Jewels Princess Friedrich Karl of Hesse

Fleur de Lys & Heraldic Roses Tiara, Diadem | Schmuck Prinzessin Margarethe von Preussen | Royal Imperial Jewel Pearl Tiara Present to Princess Friedrich Karl of Hesse

The Royal Marriage of Princess Margarethe of Prussia | Juwelen und Schmuck des Hauses Preussen, Hessen

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Henckel-Donnersmarck Jewels | Princely Family | Famous Emeralds | la Paiva | Boucheron Tiara Diadem

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Every of this historic jewel tells a story

Die Geschichte der Juwelen und  des Schmuck einer bedeutenden Fürstenfamilie

La Paivas Emeralds | Smaragde der Fürstin Henckel-Donnersmarck

Die Smaragde der La Paiva | The Emeralds of La Paiva Countess Henckel-Donnersmarck
Smaragd Diadem der Fürstin Henckel-Donnersmarck | Famous Emerald and Diamond Tiara
Die Henckel-Donnersmarck Diamanten | Yellow Diamonds
La Paiva | Das Wasserfall Diadem von Chaumet
Henckel-Donnersmarck Jewels a European Princely Family | Famous Emeralds | la Paiva Boucheron Tiara Diadem

Henckel-Donnersmarck Jewels a European Princely Family | Famous Emeralds | la Paiva Boucheron Tiara Diadem

Schmuck und Juwelen der Familie Henckel-Donnersmarck | Jewels of the Princely Family
Chaumet Diamant Eidechsen | A Pair of Diamond Lizards
Tiara Countess Henckel-Donnersmarck
Boucheron Diadem | Diamond Necklace -Tiara made by Boucheron

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Countess Nadejda Mikhailovna (Nada) de Torby| Battenberg| Milford-Haven| Royal Gifts Wedding

Countess Nadejda Mikhailovna (Nada) de Torby| Battenberg| Milfort-Haven| Gifts Wedding

Countess Nadejda Mikhailovna (Nada) de Torby| Battenberg| Milford-Haven| Mountbatten | Gifts  Royal Wedding

The Grand Duke Michael of Russia gave his daughter away and Lord Burghersh was the best man, on the wedding of Prince George of Battenberg to Countess Nada Torby in 1916.

A service was held at the Russian Church and a further ceremony at the Chapel Royal St James Palace on 15th November.
The King and Queen as well as Royal and Imperial Guests attend and the bride is presented with over 200 gifts, and jewels 

Her mother Sophie of Merenberg, Countess Torby gave a tiara with rubies and diamonds

More about the Royal Wedding Gifts……
Rubin Diamant Diadem Kokoschnik Hochzeitsgeschenke an Nada Torby Prinzessin Battenberg – später Mountbatten und Milford Haven

 

The Mountbatten Jewels | Mountbatten Schmuck >>

Pearls Battenberg Mountbatten Jewels | Mountbatten Perlen Schmuck >>

Art Deco-Diamond Necklace-Bracelets | Art Deko Diamant Halsband >>

Emerald – Brillant Diamond Necklace | Smaragd Brillant Diamant Halsband >>

Art-deco Emerald – Brillant Diamond Necklace | Artdeko Smaragd Brillant Diamant Halsband >>

The Diamond Tiara | Mountbatten Diadem>>

The Viceroy and the Viceraine at the coronation | Anlässlich der Krönung>>

Princess Alice of Greece | Aquamarine Parure| Jewels| Wedding Gift of the Czar

Prinzessin Alice von Battenberg | Aquamarin Parure Schmuck|Hochzeitsgeschenk des Zaren

Countess Nadejda Torby | Wedding Battenberg Mountbatten Milford-Haven | Royal Jewels

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Princess Alice | Amethyst diamond necklace brooch earrings| Queen Victoria’s Amethysts| Countess Athlone | Royal Jewels

Royal Jewel History – The story behind the gems:

Princess Alice | Amethyst diamond necklace brooch earrings| Queen Victoria’s Amethysts| Countess Athlone | Royal Jewels

Princess Alice | Amethyst diamond necklace brooch earrings| Queen Victoria's Amethysts| Countess Athlone | Royal Jewels

Princess Alice | Amethyst diamond necklace brooch earrings| Queen Victoria’s Amethysts| Countess Athlone | Royal Jewels

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Die Geschichte des Amethyst Schmucks und von  königlichen Juwelen mit Amethyst:

Amethyst Diamant Halsband Anhänger Brosche| Prinzessin Alice | Countess Athlone Königlicher Schmuck und Juwelen
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Princess Alice of Albany | Wedding Prince Alexander of Teck | Royal Jewels Countess of Athlone

Hochzeit der Prinzessin Alice von Albany mit dem Prinzen Alexander von Teck >>

More about the Royal Wedding follow the links below:

Princess Alice of Albany Wedding-athlone gifts

Princess Alice of Albany Wedding  |  Countess Athlone Marriage Jewels and gifts

Wedding Princess Alice | Teck Ears of Wheat Tiara | Countess Athlone Jewels| Royal Wedding Gifts & Presents

Princess Alice | Diamond necklace in a bow and festoon design | Princess Alexander of Teck| Countess Athlone | Jewels Royal Wedding Gifts & Presents

Princess Alice | Diamond pearl tiara | Necklace Brooch | Princess Alexander of Teck| Countess Athlone | Jewels Royal Wedding Gifts & Presents

Diamond Palmetta Tiara | Princess Alice | Countess Athlone Royal Jewels | Prinzessin Alice Diamant Palmetten Diadem

Princess Alice of Athlone Jewels | Helen Duchess of Albany | Fuchsia Diamond Wedding brooch

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Lady May Cambridge | Abel-Smith | Wedding Royal Marriage | Jewels

Lady May Cambridge | Abel-Smith | Wedding Royal Marriage | Jewels

Lady May Cambridge, born as Princess of Teck, was married to Captain Abel Smith at the 16th century village church of Balcombe

The daughter of Princess Alice Countess of Athlone and the Earl of Athlone, who arrived ten minutes late, broke a centuries-old tradition by omitting the word ‚obey‘ from the marriage vows, this being because, after aconsultation with her parents , she adopted the service from the new PrayerBook, which does not contain this word,thereby establishing an innovation for royal brides.
‚Lady May Will Not Obey‘ was the tactless page-wide rhyme with which an evening paper headed the account of the ceremony.In the presence of the Queen, the Prince of Wales, Prince George, the Duke of Gloucester, the Duchess of York and other members of the Royal family, .

Thousands of sightseers from every where concentrated in Balcombe village
early this morning, and cheers, drowning the. pealing of the bells, greeted the
Queen, the Prince of Wales and Princess Alice as they walked up the church path.
Distant trumpets heralded the approach of the bride in a dark-blue car,. in which she sat with her parents, clasping the hand of her soldier father,the Earl of Athlone, as she passed
through a two-mile avenue of cheering well-wishers. Her bouquet comprised lilies of the valley and her pale satin gown looked like lily petals. She was a lily bride more about the Jewels and royal wedding giftsLady May Cambridge Wedding Royal Marrige Jewels | Abel-Smith

Tiara Diamond Tiara Diadem |Lady May Cambridge Marriage | Royal gifts Jewels | Abel-Smith

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Imperial Faberge Crystal Egg with Revolving Miniatures | Mysteries are solved

It was a pleasure for me to find out a little secret from the Imperial Rock Crystal Easter Egg – now in the Collection of the VMFA “The largest public collection outside of Russia”.
Visit the Collections at https://vmfa.museum/collections/art/imperial-rock-crystal-easter-egg/
and find out what was the secret Miniature from the life of Empress Alexandra’s Faberge Egg!

Faberge Imperial ROCK CRYSTAL Easter EGG

Imperial Rock Crystal Easter Egg 1896
Empress Alexandra Feodorovna
Fabergé firm Russian , 19th century Mikhail Perkhin, Workmaster Russian , 1860 – 1903 Johannes Zehngraf, Painter of miniatures Russian , 1857 – 1908

Thank you to Christel MCCanless she starts the tresure hunting on her blog: http://www.fabergeresearch.com

 

If you had not the time for traveling to the VMFA Museum you will find some information https://www.royal-magazin.de/russia/faberge-imperial-egg-alexandra-empress.htm

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Royal Wedding Albania | Sapphires Tiara | Historic Family Jewels

Princess Elia and Leka II of Albania royal wedding | wearing the sapphires tiara

Princess Elia and Leka II of Albania royal wedding | The bride is wearing the Sapphires Diamond  Tiara

 Sapphires Diamond Tiara | Queen of Albania | Royal Jewels

the wedding tiara of the new Princess of Albania.

Das Safir-Diadem mit Diamanten schmückt die neue Prinzessin von Albanien an Ihrem Hochzeitstag heute am 8. Oktober 2016.

 

More about the royal Jewels of Albania:

Wildflower – Diamond Tiara | Geraldine of Albania | Crown | Royal Jewels

Wildblumen Diamant Diadem | Marianne Ostier |Königlicher Schmuck der Königin Geraldine von Albanien

Queen Geraldine of Albania | Royal Diamond Jewels | Schmuck und Juwelen der Königin von Albanien

Koechert Tiara Diadem with Diamonds | Princesses of Albania | Royal Jewels of Princesses Senije, Myzejen, Ruhije and Maxhide

Royal Diamond Jewels | Skandebeg Tiara of Princesses Senije, Myzejen, Ruhije and Maxhide

Jewels Of The Queen Geraldine Of Albania | Art Deco | Bijoux de la reine Geraldine d’Albanie

Ruby Jewels Of The Queen Geraldine Of Albania | Ruby Diamond Earrings | Royal Jewels History

Royal Marriage | Queen Geraldine of Albania Wedding Gifts and Presents | Royal Jewels

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Hochzeitsgeschenk von Prinzessin Beatrice an die Königin von Spanien Victoria Eugenie Conch Perlen Schmuck |Juwelen königlicher Schmuck

Diamond and Pink Conch Pearls Necklace Pendant and Aigrette | Wedding Presents from Princess Beatrice

Hochzeitsgeschenk Princessin Beatrice an Ihre Tochter
|Diamond and Pink Conch Pearls Necklace Pendant and Aigrette | Wedding Presents from Princess Beatrice

Die Geschichte der Juwelen von Königin Victoria Eugenie –

Das Hochzeitsgeschenk ihrer Mutter

 

Hochzeitsgeschenk von Prinzessin Beatrice an die Königin von Spanien Victoria Eugenie Conch Perlen Schmuck | Juwelen königlicher Schmuck

The history of the Royal Wedding Gift:

Diamond and Pink Conch Pearls Necklace Pendant and Aigrette | Wedding Presents from Princess Beatrice to her daughter „Ena“ Princess of Battenberg  the future Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain

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Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond Coronet | Royal Jewel History

Queen Victoria's Sapphire and Diamond Coronet

Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond Coronet

Export bar to save Queen Victoria’s Coronet

Culture Minister steps in to prevent Queen Victoria’s coronet from export

Culture Minister Matt Hancock has placed a temporary export bar on Queen Victoria’s sapphire and diamond coronet to keep it in the country.

Queen Victoria’s sapphire and diamond coronet designed by Prince Albert is at risk of being exported from the UK unless a buyer can be found to match the asking price of £5 million (plus £1m VAT).

The coronet is considered one of the most important jewels of Queen Victoria’s reign. It was designed by Prince Albert for her in their wedding year 1840. As a young queen, she loved coloured gemstones, an interest which notably faded following Prince Albert’s death in 1861.

The coronet matched the sapphire and diamond brooch that Albert gave to her the day before their wedding. She even noted in her journal “My dear Albert has such good taste and arranges everything for me about my jewellery.” Most of the stones came from jewellery given to Victoria by King William IV and Queen Adelaide. The goldsmith behind the coronet was Joseph Kitching, who made it for £415.

Following Albert’s death in 1861, Queen Victoria refused to attend the State Opening of Parliament until 1866 when she wore the coronet, likely as a reminder of her husband, instead of her coronation crown, which she noted had hurt her a great deal during her coronation.

The coronet and the brooch also feature in one of the most famous official portraits of the young Queen Victoria. In 1842, Franz Xaver Winterhalter painted his first portrait of the Queen, in which she wears the coronet wrapped around her hair. This painting became one of the defining images of the Queen not only in Europe and the Empire, but throughout the world

Culture Minister Matt Hancock said:

Queen Victoria’s coronet is stunning. It is one of the most iconic jewels from a pivotal period in our history and symbolises one of our nation’s most famous love stories. I hope that we are able to keep the coronet in the UK and on display for the public to enjoy for years to come.

The coronet was given by King George V and Queen Mary to Princess Mary, Countess of Harewood on her marriage to Viscount Lascelles in 1922.
As personal property of the Lascelles family it  passed on to her son and heir, the 7th Earl of Harewood (George Lascelles) and eventually the 8th Earl. It was sold 2011-2012 to an dealer, mostly likely to raise money to pay for inheritance tax , who sold it to the export licence applicant. The Coronet in video

The decision to defer the export licence follows a recommendation by the Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art and Objects of Cultural Interest (RCEWA), administered by The Arts Council.

The RCEWA made its recommendation on the grounds of the coronet’s close connection with our history and national life and its outstanding significance for the study of the young Queen Victoria.

RCEWA member Philippa Glanville said:

Key to the self-image of the young Victoria, this exquisite coronet was designed by her husband Prince Albert. Worn in her popular state portrait by Winterhalter of 1842, the year it was made, its combination of personal meaning and formality explains why she chose to wear it in 1866, emerging from mourning for the State Opening of Parliament. It evokes vividly the shared romantic taste of the time, and its form has become familiar through many reproductions. Its departure would be a great loss, given its beauty, its associations and its history.

The decision on the export licence application for the coronet will be deferred until 27 December 2016. This may be extended until 27 June 2017 if a serious intention to raise funds to purchase it is made at the recommended price of £5 million (plus £1m VAT).

Organisations or individuals interested in purchasing the coronet should contact the RCEWA on 0845 300 6200.

 

This jewel tells a very special story

– history of the Sapphire and Diamond Coronet in details from the Royal Magazin:

Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond  Coronet

and with new pictures  of the Sapphire and Diamond Coronet and  Holbein Locket

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond tiara>>

 

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – The King George V Sapphire Parure, Necklace and Pendant>>

 

 

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