Royal Wedding Gifts and Marriage Presents | Marina Princess of Greece Duchess of Kent

Marina Duchess of Kent | Princess of Greece | Jewels Royal Wedding Gifts and Presents

Marina Duchess of Kent | Princess of Greece | Jewels Royal Wedding Gifts and Presents

Hochzeit und Trauung| Prinzessin Marina | Kent Jewels |Royal Wedding, the royal Bride Marina


Ruby Wedding Gifts | Jewels Duchess of Kent | Rubin Schmuck der Herzogin von Kent


Hochzeitsgeschenke Prinzessin Marina | Kent Royal Jewels | Royal Wedding and the Gifts

Diamond Sautoir Royal Wedding Gifts | Jewels | Ruby Bracelet | Marina Duchess of Kent

Diamond Fringe Kokoshnik Tiara | Kent Royal Marriage Presents | Diamond Rivière

Marina Herzogin von Kent | Kent Royal Jewels | The Engagement Ring and Weddingrings

Diamond Fringe with Pearls Tiara | Royal Marriage Presents | Diamond Bracelet

Diamond and Pearl Scroll Tiara Bandeau Necklace | Romanov Jewel |Imperial Marriage Present

Romanov Diamond Girandoles from the Duchess of Kent | Royal Imperial Jewels
Grossen Perlentropfen Romanoff | Kent Royal Jewels | Pearshaped Pearls of Grand Duchess Vladimir
Margeriten Blumenbroschen | Kent Royal Jewels | The Diamond Daisy Brooches
Smaragd-Brosche |Royal Jewel History| The Argyll -Emerald Brooch
Smaragd-Brosche Herzogin von Kent| Katherine Duchess of Kent |The Argyll -Emerald Brooch
Diamantsterne | Kent Royal Jewels | The Diamond Stars
Smaragd der Herzogin von Agryll | Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll
Kent Aquamarin Diadem | Schmuck | Jewels | Kent Tiara with Aquamarines
Russian Sapphire Diamond Brooch | Katherine Duchess of Kent | Saphir Herzogin Marina von Kent

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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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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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Perlen Diadem | Pearl Drop and Diamond|Pearls Tiara in History

Perlen Diamant Diadem | Pearl Drop Tiara – Pearltiaras in History

Pearl Tiara | Grand Duchess Olga Nikolajewna, Queen of Wuertemberg

Princess Charlotte’s  Pearl Drop Tiara | Caroline of Monaco Grimaldi

Prinzessin Caroline mit der Diamant-Perlen-Tiara >>
Prinzessin Caroline trägt die Tiara ihrer Grossmutter >>
Prinzessin Charlottes Tiara >>
Princess Caroline wearing her Grandmothers Tiara >>
Princess Caroline with the Cartier Tiara of Princess Charlotte of Monaco >>

 

All Lovers Knot Pearl Tiaras | Alle bekannten Tropfen-Perlen Diadem mit dem Liebesknoten Ornament

Youssupov – Lover Knot´s Pearl Tiara | Youssoupff Tropfen-Perlen Diadem mit dem Liebesknoten Ornament

Bavaria Lover Knot´s Pearl Tiara | Wittelsbacher Tropfen-Perlen Diadem mit dem Liebesknoten Ornament der Königin Therese

Queen Amalia of the Hellenes Lover Knot´s Pearl Tiara | Die griechische Königin Amalie mit dem Wittelsbacher Diadem

Queen Amalia of Greece | Königin Amalie von Griechenland mit dem Diadem aus dem Haus Wittelsbach

 

Perlen Diamant Diadem | Pearl Drop Tiara - Pearltiaras in History

Perlen Diamant Diadem | Pearl Drop Tiara – Pearltiaras in History

Fine Pear-shaped Pearl and Diamond Tiara |Rosebery Pearls| from the Collection of the Duke of Westminster

Pearl Drop Diamond Tiara | Londonderry Jewels | Tiara

Empress Eugenie’s pearl Tiara | Thurn und Taxis Juwelen | Diamond de la Couronne

Das Perlen Diamant Diadem der Kaiserin Eugenie von Frankreich | Pearl and Diamond Tiara of Empress Eugenie

Fürstenhochzeit mit dem Diadem | Thurn and Taxis Wedding

Perlen Diamant Devant de Corsage | Diamond Pearl Devant de Corsage

The Pearl and Diamond Tiara of the Infanta Eulalia of Spain

Faberge Tiara | Pearl and Diamond Tiara | MARIE DUCHESS OF SAXEN-COBURG-GOTHA, Duchess of Edinburgh

Pearl and Diamond Tiara of Queen Marie of Romania

Princess Birgitta of Sweden Pearl and Diamond Tiara |Perlen Diadem – Hochzeitsgeschenk an Prinzessin Birgitta Perlen-Diamant Diadem

Romanov Royal & Imperial Sapphires |Saphir| Historische Safire

Romanov Royal & Imperial Sapphires |Saphir Historische Safire der Familie Romanoff Jewels

Empress Catherina the Great and her large Sapphire
Empress Marie Feodorovna and the Imperial Sapphires
Empress Alexandra Feodorovna and the Imperial Sapphires

Imperial Sapphire Brooch of Empress Maria Alexandrovna

Imperial Jewels of the Romanovs | Jewels of the Tsars

Queen Marie of Romania wearing this Sapphires as Tiara

Princess Ileana of Romania wearing this Sapphires as Tiara

Maria Pawlowna Grandduchess Vladimir wearing her Sapphire Tiara

Imperial Romanov Ceylon Sapphire of 2 recutting Ceylon sapphire: 249,35 ct.

Imperial Romanov Ceylon Sapphire of recutting Ceylon sapphire: 249,35 ct.

Tsarin Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nikolaus I. and the Sapphires

Jewels of the Romanovs – Sapphire brooches update after the new cutting of the 249,35ct Ceylon Sapphire – to 197ct.
The imperial  sapphire was worne from the tsarina at the masked ball in 1883.

Sapphires Jewels and Diamonds of the Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – The Imperial Sapphire Necklace of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna

Sapphire Sautoir of Grand Duchess Kyrill

Large Royal Sapphire Sautoir

Sapphires – Diamond Parure | Saphir Diamant Garnitur / Das Juwelen Set

Sapphires – Diamond Parure | Saphir Diamant Garnitur / Details des Saphir-Diamant-Set

Romanov Saphirre | Cartier Bracelet | 2015 new cutting

Romanov Saphire | Cartier Bracelet |2015 new cutting

Youssoupoff Sapphires

Sapphire and Diamond Tiara of coronet shape

Princess Sibylla of Sweden | Romanov Sapphires Necklace

Sapphires – Collar of Queen Alexandra of GB| Silver-Weddinggift of Tsar Alexander III.

Fringe Diamond Tiara Queen Victoria | Princess Beatrice Jewels

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Fringe Sunray Tiara given to her daughter Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom. Below a picture of the Queen wearing the fringe tiara together with her diamond earpendants, diamond necklace, diamond brooches and diamond ear of wheat brooches.

Queen Victoria Diamond Fringe Sunray Tiara

Queen Victoria Diamond Fringe Sunray Tiara

More details of the jewels of Princess Beatrice >>

Prinzessin Beatrice von Battenberg erhielt von Ihrer Mutter der Königin von England ein Fringe „Fransen“ Diadem aus Diamanten, das für Königin Victoria ihm Jahr 1866 gefertigt wurde. Es war eine der wenigen Diademe, die Königin Victoria bis ins späte Alter trug, weil es leicht gearbeitet war und im Gegensatz zu den grossen Diademen ihr keine Kopfschmerzen bereitete. Zusammen mit grossen Diamant Ohrringen, einem Diamant Halsband, mehreren kleineren Broschen und Diamant Ährenbroschen ist sie auf einem offiziellen Bild zum Kronjubiläum dargestellt.

Die Königin Victoria besass noch andere „Fringe“ Fransen oder Strahlen Diademe…

zum Teil vererbt aus der Familie wie auch diese:

More Fringe Tiara Jewels:

Fife Diamond Fringe Tiara Diadem | Royal Jewels of England – Wedding Princess Royal | Louise of Wales

Duchess of Kent Fringe Tiara | Mother of Queen Victoria  wedding gift to Princess Arthur of Connaught | Princess Louise

Connaught Fringe Tiara  | Wedding present to Lady Patricia Romsay

Connaught Fringe Tiara Necklace | Prinzessin Louise von Preussen | Herzogin von Connaught

May Goelet | Duchess of Roxburghe | Jewels

May Goelet | Duchess of Roxburghe | Joyaux de la Couronne France

May Goelet | Duchess of Roxburghe | Joyaux de la Couronne France

From the estate of May Goelet, Duchess of Roxburghe | History of her Jewels

Perles de la Couronne | Large Brooch from the Imperatrice of France | Roxburghe Jewels

Marriage Presents to the Heiress May Goelet | Duchess of Roxburghe

Emerald Family Jewels | Duchess of Roxburghe

Pearls of Queen Isabella II of Spain | Duchess of Roxburghe

Bracelets & Pearls | Empress Eugenie| French Crown Jewels

Pair of Great Shoulder Knot Brooches with Diamonds | French Crown Jewels

Couronnette Perles et Brillants | Joyaux de la Couronne France | French Crown Jewel

                    4 Perles Broches Brillants | Joyaux de la Couronne France

Empress Eugénie’s Personal Jewels | A floral brooch of naturalistic design

THE EMPRESS EUGENIE’S JEWELS 1872

The jewels are now for sale in London, „The Times“ and other newspapers of the time, gives the following description of them:

Kabinet-Tropfenbrosche-orchideen-knospeThe lot covered a table of 2,5 x 3,5 ft full and then as cases were opened they were piled up in rather a recklass manner in heaps on this already covered table.
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– a wonderfully light Diamond brooch, representing the flower of an orchid, with long pendants leaves and drops >>

orchid sketch with leaves - 1850

orchid sketch with leaves – 1850

– A butterfly, the body beeing a large opal about 2 inch long and the wings set upon springs and made in diamonds, rubies and emeralds.
– An Emerald Cross >> quite unique, the emerald beeing oblong and set edge to egde, nothing between, and about six in the long part of the cross and one each side of the centre, to form the arm; this was about four inches long.
The famous cross, suspended from a pearl necklace, and represented in Winterhalters portrait, is composed of emeralds of the finest colour and purity, while the pearls all match each other m size, shape, and tint.
– There was a wonderful necklace of black pearls, the only one in existince, each being as large as a marrow-fat pea and diamond snap, it took years to collect it.
Three pearl and diamond fringe pendants composed of large stones.

–  Pink pearl necklaces.

– Two ear-rings of diamonds, the purest but each end like a drop of water and hung pendant and swinging from the small end, wonderful pair the stones mutch so well, but they must have been cut away terribly to assume the present shape.
-Several ear-rings, all large diamonds, six diamond rings- one a superb one worth £ 400.
ear-tops, composed of immense single brilliants, were a present from the Emperor:
– a bracelet large with  fine rubies and diamonds.
– a watch and chateline the back jewelled in diamonds and colored precious stones  a marvellous piece of setting.
– two large anchors of diamonds, about 3inch long,  brooches one beeing the large diamond anchors worn as shoulder ornaments by the Empress as patronesa of the French fleet and procured specially for the imperial visit to Cherbourg, later in the possession of the Duchess of Newcastle.

– a head ornament of diamonds worked into the form of an olive wreath, with black beads introduced in it at regular intervals. The olive branch told its own story of peace, and the sombre beads with which the glittering brilliants were relieved were meant to express sorrow tor the soldiers who had fallen.  The workmanship is exquisite, and the stones are of the first water. This magnificent ornnicent is valued at several thousands of pounds It would be superfluous to pass eulogium upon the beauty or quality of the jewels
– Another splendid head ornament is composed of wheatears in diamonds, with a centre of corn flowers and grass also in diamonds, which were capable of being detached, and were oftener worn separately as dress ornaments than in their collected form.

– a head ornament – diamond rose leaves with full-sized rose and buds in centre, purchased in the London exibition of 1862.

-a bracelet with a large sapphire in splendid quality and color, set round with in large brillants on an elastic band of large diamonds.

A sapphire and diamond necklace of rare large sapphires with large brillants interventing, with pearls attached to it, each pearl weighing some hundred grains.

An aigrette of diamonds, emeralds and pearls arranged in oriental fashion presented by the Sultan, makes the exquisite head ornament of English make, bought at the Exhibiton of 1842. .

A Bracelet composed of maní coloured stones, which is said to have been presented by the Viceroy of Egypt.

The Empress of Russia is understood to have puchased the celebrated suit of rubies and ist is known that there are many articeles of enormous value still at Chistlehurst, which will be disposed of when a purchaser can be found.

Later in the year, Messrs, Christie, Mansen and Woods put up to auction at their rooms, on June 24 a lot of valubable jewels, which thought  were generally understood to be the property  of of the Empress Eugenie:

The first article which attreated attention was Lot 49 a marquise ring, with a pink diamond, surrounded by brilliants, formerly the property of the Empress Josephina. This was followed by a pendant of emeralds, pearls and brillants. wich was knocked down for 605 guineas. And other jewelry with emeralds, in detail emeralds and the history>>

A cross formed of eleven large brilliants fetched 855 guineas;
A pearl necklace composed of 41 large pearls £2400
The 2 anchors – see above- are sold for £2150
A Tiara £2635
The brilliant Tiara formed as a group of leaves – see above- £970
A brilliant tiara formed of a band of brilliants for 780 guineas; in total 123 lots realised upwards of £ 50000 $400000

 

Le 24 juin 1872 à Londre le vente
« une partie des magnifiques bijoux d’un personnage distingué » d’une grande partie de l’écrin privé de l’ex impératrice Eugénie.

Les 123 lots bijoux :
du style végétal « une superbe broche composé d’un bouton de rose et feuillages entièrement en brillants »

les émeraudes « une grande broche, splendide, avec émeraude centrale entourée de très beaux brillants, avec pendentif d’une émeraude en poire et brillants »

les joyaux représentatifs du style Louis XVI « une broche en nœud de rubans et brillants»

«un magnifique diadème de brillant, formant un ensemble de feuillages »

 

Empress Eugenie’s Personal Jewels

Empress Eugenies Lilac Spray Brooches | Mellerio Flieder Brosche

Ruby-Necklace of Empress Eugenie | Rubin-Diamant-Perlen Collier der Kaiserin Eugenie

Imperial Marguerites of Diamond for the Empress of France | Margeriten aus Diamanten für die Blumenliebhaberin Kaiserin Eugenie von Frankreich

Diademe Imperatrice – Eugenie de France |Fontenay Diadem of Empress Eugenie | Diadem der Kaiserin Eugenie von Frankreich

Emerald Collection Empress Eugenie | Magnifique ensemble de joyaux en émeraudes et brillants Imperatrice Eugenie

Imperial Emeralds from Empress Eugenie to Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain Emerald-Necklace

Imperial Emeralds of Empress Eugenie Gift to Queen Victoria Eugenia | Emerald-Necklace in long Version with the Cross

Imperial Emeralds Present to Queen Victoria Eugenia | Emeraldcross of Queen Isabella II. – Madame Patiño