Sapphire Jubilee to Queen Elizabeth II | 1952-2017

Today marks The Queen’s #SapphireJubilee – In London, royal gun salutes commemorated the occasion across the capital. A 41-gun salute was fired by the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery in Green Park at midday and a 62-gun salute by the Honourable Artillery Company was fired at the Tower of London at 13:00 GMT.

Sapphire Jubilee to Queen Elizabeth II, who became Queen on this day in 1952.  In honour of her Sapphire Jubilee, we will have a look at all of the Queen’s sapphires.
Over the years, she has added to the gifts from her father with a tiara and a bracelet to complement the original jewellery:

The Royal Sapphires

Royal Sapphire Tiara

Queen Elizabeth II Sapphire and diamond jewels with tiara, bracelet, necklace and earrings

More about the sapphire jewel history

The Sapphire Queen Elizabeth II

Above, Queen Elizabeth II photographed by David Bailey to mark the Sapphire Jubilee of her 65th anniversary of her accession to the throne

The Sapphire and Diamond 18th Birthday Bracelet | Princess birthday gifts

Paisley Art deco leaf brooch with Sapphire, diamond, emerald, amethyst and ruby | Princess Birthday Gift

 

Queen Jewels more about the jewellery

Brazilian Aquamarine Parure | Queens Jewels   First Tiara + Aquamarine Brooch    Small Tiara + Bracelet

County of Cornwall Ruby Bracelet | Queen Jewels

Dagmar Necklace Queens Jewels |Schmuck der Königin von England

Die Juwelen und der private Schmuck der englischen Queen | Elizabeth II`s Private Trove

Verlobungsring und der private Schmuck der englischen Queen | Engagement Ring of Elizabeth II`s – Queens Jewels Her Private Trove

Die Cullinan Diamanten der englischen Queen | Queens Treasure – Elizabeth II`s Cullinan Diamonds

Die kleineren Cullinan Broschen und der private Schmuck der englischen Queen | Queen Casket – Elizabeth II`s Cullinan Brooches

Das königliche Geburtstagsgeschenk | 21 Diamanten aus Südafrika zum Geburtstag

Diamond Gifts for the Royal Family | 21 Diamonds – The Birthday Present of the People of South Africa

Die Juwelen und der private Schmuck der englischen Queen Teil 6 | Queens Jewellery – Elizabeth II`s Private Trove

Die Juwelen und der private Schmuck der englischen Queen | Queens Jewelry – Elizabeth II`s Private Trove

Queen of England Personal Jewels | Royal Gifts for Princess Elizabeth| Her Birthday Presents

Graving Dock Diamond Brooch | Gift from the South African Railways and Harbour Administration

Diamond Spray Brooch from the Royal staffs in England | Princess 21st Birthday Gift

Carved Ruby,Gold and Diamond Brooch | Andrew Grima |Gift from the Duke of Edinburgh | Queen Elizabeth II. Diamonds Queens Jewels

Royal Jewels | England | Great Britain

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

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

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

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>>

 

 

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Merken

Queen Victoria’s Turquoise Sévignés | Royal Jewels

The story of Queen Victoria’s private royal jewels:

Queen Victoria’s Turquoise Sévignés | Royal Jewels

Below the jeweled linked hands of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert is typical of the type of ‚love-token‘ painting created at this time, especially of the Royal pair.  The Queen wore a ring with an oval tourquoise and an bangle setted with round tourquoises.

Queen Victoria's Turquoise Sévignés | Royal Jewels | Love Token

Queen Victoria’s Turquoise Sévignés | Royal Jewels | Love Token

 

Diamond Spray Brooch from the Royal staffs in England | Princess 21st Birthday Gift

Diamond Spray Brooch from the Royal staffs in England | Princess 21st Birthday Gift

Diamond Spray Brooch from the Royal staffs in England | Princess 21st Birthday Gift

Queen of England Personal Jewels

Royal Gifts for Princess Elizabeth | The Birthday Presents….More about the jewel history: Designed as a spray of a wildrose as brooch

Diamond Spray Brooch from the Royal staffs in England | Princess 21st Birthday Gift>>

Queen Geraldine of the Albanians Jewels |Tiara with diamonds| Royal Jewelry

The Royal Jewels of Queen Geraldine of the Albanians and her jewelry with diamonds, presents from the King and Royal Family the jewel history and the story behind:

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

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

Queen Geraldine of the Albanians Jewels |Tiara with diamonds

Queen Geraldine of the Albanians Jewels |Tiara with diamonds

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

Sapphires Diamond Tiara | Queen of Albania | Royal Jewels |Königlicher Saphir Schmuck

 

Schmuck und Juwelen des Königshaus von Albanien | der Königin und der Prinzessinnen

Koechert Tiara Diadem with Diamonds | Princesses of Albania | Royal Jewels of

Princesses Senije, Myzejen, Ruhije and Maxhide | Köchert Diadem, Tiara und Schmuck der albanischen Prinzessinnen

Royal Diamond Jewels | Skandebeg Tiara of Princesses Senije, Myzejen, Ruhije and Maxhide | Schmuck des Königshauses von Albanien

Jewels Of The Queen Geraldine Of Albania | Art Deco | Bijoux de la reine Geraldine d’Albanie| Schmuck und Juwelen der Königsfamilie von Albanien

Ruby Jewels Of The Queen Geraldine Of Albania | Ruby Diamand Earrings | Royal Jewels| Rubin Diamant Schmuck der Königin

Royal Marriage | Queen Geraldine of Albania Wedding | Royal Jewels

.

l
Royal Marriage of the King Zog of Albania

As Countess Geraldine Apponyi, referred to as „The White Rose of Hungary“ before her marriage to the 42-year old King in 1938, she was one of Europe’s great aristocratic beauties.

Geraldine Apponyi wrote to accept the invitation, and straight after Christmas 1937 she set off. The visit was a complete success; King Zog proposed marriage on New Year’s Day and, after a decent interval, on January 10 Geraldine accepted. Her guardian, Count Charles Apponyi, gave his consent to the match, and Geraldine was given the rank of Princess of Albania.

The marriage – a civil ceremony (King Zog was a Muslim, his bride a Roman Catholic) – took place in April of 1938.
Geraldine wore a pearl and diamante wedding dress which the King had ordered from Worth, in Paris, and orange blossom in her hair. She had six bridesmaids and the wedding cake, which she cut with her husband’s sabre, was 10 ft wide.

The wedding presents included a phaeton and four Lippizzaner horses from Admiral Horthy, the Regent of Hungary, and a scarlet supercharged Mercedes from Adolf Hitler. King Victor Emmanuel of Italy sent a bronze equestrian statue of a dragoon; Mussolini sent some copper vases.

A very interesting, story of Cartier and the Albanian Royal Wedding

In 1938 Jacques Cartier and the salesman Marcel Marson made a business trip to Albania, where the marriage of King Zog I and his Hungarian Queen, née Geraldine Apponyi, was being celebrated. They were startled by the contrast between the brilliant receptions in the Durazzo palace and the ‚unimaginable poverty in Tirana‘. The bride selected a few pieces of jewelry, while the King appraised the ‚Cumberland‘ [diamond] and waved a diamond magnifying glass about, but bought nothing. The trip would have ended in tragedy had Cartier and Marson flown back with five carefully packed jewel chests, for the plane crashed between Tirana and Brindisi. A large part of the jewels were burnt; the remainder turned up later on the black market in Rome and Naples. The accident, however, did not deter Cartier’s from returning to Albania in the autumn of the same year for the jubilee celebrations of the tenth year of the King’s reign. Marson took more than a hundred pieces, including the ‚Cumberland‘ again and a pair of diamond drops of 35.57 carats, on this new expedition. The temperature in Tirana was 38 ºC, it was unthinkable to telephone Paris, and the telegraphic connection was constantly interrupted, with the result that the code devised expressly for this journey was quite useless: ANTELOPE = King Zog; EAGLE = the King wants; BEE = the king is favourably inclined; WEASEL = the King’s sister; PLUM = tiara; BANANA = gold; DATE = diamond ring; FIG = emerald ring. The King, who was urgently awaiting credits from Rome, changed his mind every day and finally made such a risible offer for the important stones that Marson turned his back on Albania with the philosophical comment“ ‚Cartier does not go a-begging.
Nadelhoffer, Hans. Cartier. Chronicle Books, 2007. pages 324-325

Geraldine of Albania Marriage|Royal wedding gown

Geraldine of Albania Marriage |Royal wedding gown

Die Hochzeit Königs Zog von Albanien
Besonders Tirana war festlich beflaggt, ein Triumpfbogen wurde errichtet und ganz Albanien bereitete sich begeistert für die Hochzeit des Königs mit der Gräfin Geraldine Apponyi, vor.
Am 25. April 1938 begannen die Festlichkeiten. Abends fand ein Festbankett, dem ein Empfang im Offizierskasino folgte und grosses Feuerwerk, statt.

Der König Zog lud abends die Hochzeitsgäste zu einer großen Soiree in das kgl Schloss ein.

Gräfin Apponyi trug ein herrliches azurblaues Abendkleid und als Kopfschmuck ein Diadem aus Brillanten mit der Zeichen der Skanderbegs, siehe oben. Der König in der Uniform eines Oberbefehlshabers der albanischen Armee eröffnete sodann mit seiner Braut den Tanz, der bis in die späte Nacht dauerte.
Die Braut des Königs hat bekannt gegeben, dass alle Personen oder Vereinigungen, die beabsichten dem Königspaare Geschenke zu widmen, die hierfür vorgesehnen Beträge einem Fonds zur Errichtung einer Altersversorungsanstalt zu widmen. Trotzdem gab es natürlich Geschenke, wie des ungarischen Reichsverwesers, der einen komletten Lipizzaner Viererzug mit prachtvollem Wagen und Geschirren und ein Porzellanservice von Herend für 24 Personen überreichte.
200 000 Franken in Gold war die Morgengabe des albanischen Volkes, die sie dem wohltätigen Zweck bestimmte, davon wurden auch die 200 Paare ausgestattet, die am gleichen Tag wie das Herrscherpaar den Bund fürs Leben schlossen.

Der Hochzeitszug mit 200 Personen, nach der Ziviltrauung am 27. April mit dem König als erster und die Königin in einem prachtvollen silberweissen Brautkleid mit Tüllschleiern und einer acht Meter langen Schleppe, einem Kunstwerk aus Paris, Worth bzw Chanel wurden zitiert. Einem weissen hohen Blütenkranz in Diademform aus Orangenblüten auf dem Kopf. Hinter ihnen schritten die Abordnungen und Vertreter verschiedener Länder und Königshäuser. Sowie Prinzessin Senije, die Gemahlin des Prinzen Mehemed Abid und Min Conte Ciano. Hinter ihnen die Brautjungfern – Schwestern des Königs Prinzessinnen Myzeyen, Ruhije und Maxhide.

Pink Topaz Grand Parure | Empress Marie Louise of France | Tiara, Collier, Bracelet, Guirdle, Comb

Topaz Parure Empress Marie-Louise

Pink Topaz Grand Parure | Empress Marie Louise of France | Tiara, Collier, Bracelet, Guirdle, Comb :::::::
Rosa Topase Diadem, Kamm, Halsband,Gürtel

The story behind the personal jewellery of the 2nd wife of Napoleon Bonaparte:

Pink Topaz Grand Parure | Empress Marie Louise of France | Tiara, Collier, Bracelet, Guirdle, Comb with Topaz

Pink Topaz Parure with Diamonds | Empress Marie Louise of France | Rosa Topase Diadem, Kamm, Halsband,Gürtel

Argyll Princess Louise’s Bequests |Jewellery | Duchess of Kent

Princess Louise’s bequests to favorite Royal pairs

The DUCHESS often wears diamond stars in her hair as on this occasion. Her new jewels include diamond daisies which she will probably wear the same way.

The Duchess of Kent inherits the major part of the late Princess Louise’s glorious jewels, which were the envy of every woman in England during the ’seventies.

The Duke of Kent is known to be chief beneficiary under the will. The extent of the Kents‘ legacy is unknown, for Royal wills are secret, and not filed at Somerset House.

The Duke of Kent, one of the greatest favorites within the Royal Family, is doted on by his elder relatives. He was the favorite nephew of the late Princess Victoria, who bequeathed to him the lovely home, Coppins.

Now he inherits much of the fortune of his great-aunt, the late Princess Louise, whom he frequently visited, sitting for hours at her bedside in Kensington Palace.

The Duchess was also a favorite for her own charm, because she was the wife of the Princess‘ favorite, and partly because her family went through vicissitudes of which Prin- cess Louise had seen so much.

Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll

Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll

Princess Louise lived so frugally at Kensington Palace during her last years that she must have used only a fraction of the £6000 she received annually through the Civil list pension.

Wealthy Princess
She inherited the bulk of lier has band’s £619,000 and also inherited largely from her mother, Queen Victoria. She was therefore one of thc wealthiest of the Royal Family.

The Duchess‘ jewel legacy is a magnificent one. When princess Louise married the ninth Duke of Argyle (sic) in 1871 at the end of the Franco-Prussian war, there followed one of the most brilliant periods.

She was the centre of a great social season, and her jewels were the cynosure of all eyes. These have not been worn for years and are mostly in the antique settings which are again becoming first favorites in modern taste.

The Princess‘ jewel box contains a particularly fine collection of diamonds, pearls and opals. One beautiful necklace is of five large opals set around with brilliants, connected by a diamond chain.

The Duchess of Kent wearing the type of pearl necklace and earrings she is rarely seen without. She now inherits some superb jewels from the late Princess Louise.

A large drop-brooch has two fine opals set in brilliants, and a pair of opal and diamond earrings matches this.

Particularly lovely are the diamond daisies mounted as hairpins which are understood to be included in the Duchess‘ Inheritance. She will probably wear these In her hair as diamond clips, for she is fond of wearing stars in her hair.

Other very valuable pieces in the collection include a tiara formed of a band of emeralds and diamonds, surmounted by a scrollwork in emeralds and diamonds, a gift from the former Duchess of Argyle.

There ls also a pendant of line sapphires, mounted with brilliants and pearls and finished with a pearl drop. The centre of this pendant unhooks to form a bracelet.

From one necklace of pearls and diamonds is suspended an oval locket, the centre of which is a large Oriental pearl surrounded by closely-set, large diamonds of great brilliancy.

This was a gift from the Clan Campbell and the Jewelled locket is suspended by an emerald sprig of bog myrtle, the Campbell badge.

Other lovely pieces include a two string pearl necklace valued at about £1000, a chased necklace with link« of diamonds joined with pearls, and a beautiful bracelet in the shape of a coronet, centre of which is a large diamond surrounded by eight smaller diamonds. This is set in silver instead of gold, and would thus be mast fashionable to-day.

Princess Louise also had some beautiful silver and gold services, including a richly chased silver-gilt dessert set, a chased silver-gilt tea and coffee service, and a complete silver-gilt toilet set.

Diamonds for her birthday
The Duke of Kent’s gift to the Duchess on her 33rd birthday was a flat bracelet of flexible platinum links studded with large diamonds.
From the Australian Women’s Weekly 6 Jan 1940, p2

 

Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll | Wedding | Hochzeit

Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll | Weddinggifts | Hochzeitsgeschenke

Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll | Marriage presents | Schmuck zur Hochzeit

Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll | Tiara | Diadem

Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll | Jewels with Pearls| Schmuck mit Perlen

Tiara Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll Tiara| Herzogin von Argyll | Diamantdiadem

Marriage Souvenir Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll Gifts| Herzogin von Argyll | Hochzeits Medaillons

Diamond Bracelet Marriage presented f. Town of Windsor |Duchess of Argyll | Jewels Duchess of Kent

KENT JEWELS

Hochzeit und Trauung| Royal Wedding, the royal bride
Hochzeitsgeschenke | Royal Wedding and the Gifts
Marina Herzogin von Kent| The Engagement Ring and Weddingrings
Grossen Perlentropfen | Pearshaped Pearls of Grand Duchess Vladimir
Margeriten Blumenbroschen | The Diamond Daisy Brooches
Smaragd-Brosche | The Argyll -Emeraldbrooch
Diamantsterne | The Diamond Stars
Die Juwelen der Herzogin von Argyll | Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll
Die Kent Aquamarine |
The Aquamarines

The Harcourt Diamond Necklace | Diamonds of the Crown Jewels of France

Diamonds from the Crown Jewels of France | Bequest of J.P. Morgan to his Granddaughter, the late Viscountess Harcourt

Diamonds from the Crown Jewels of France | Bequest of J.S. Morgan to his Granddaughter, the late Viscountess Harcourt

 

The grandfather’s legacy!

In 1856 the crown jeweler Bapst created a comb for Empress Eugenie using diamonds from the French crown jewels. The head ornament had nine long diamond pendants called pampilles or aiquillettes.

At the auction of the French crown jewels in 1887, Tiffany’s bought four pampilles and sold two of them to Junius Spencer Morgan, the wealthy patriarch of the renowned merchant banking family.

 

He put these 2 pampilles in the safe with this order:

June 30/88

The contents of this box „2 diamond pendants from the Crown Jewels of France“ as described in the papers which accompany them are the property of my daughter Mary Ethel Burns.

They were handed to me by her Grandfather on the 29th June 20/88 to be held in Trust for her.

Walter H. Burns.

It was an exquisite and amazing present to his granddaughter May Burns.
She remounted the pampilles and the twenty-eight diamonds into a fringe necklace. It is said that the old-mine cut diamonds are I to J in colourc, SI to I1 clarity in lively brilliance.

More History, the story behind the Royal and imperial Jewel

 

The Harcourt – Emeralds, Necklace and Tiara | Jewellery

Sketch of The Harcourt – Emeralds, Necklace and Tiara

The Hartcourt Emerald Necklace Collier from Graff

The Harcourt Tiara made by Boucheron old & new version

Harcourt Choker Bandeau with Emeralds from Boucheron

The Harcourt Diamond Tiara Crown

The Harcourt – Diamond Necklace from the French Crown Jewels

Grand Peigne a Pampilles| Joyaux de Couronne France| French Crown Jewels

Large Comb with Fringes of Diamonds and the Hortense Diamond| Empress Eugenie| French Crown Jewels

NEW updated!
The historic Dowager Viscountess Harcourt Diamond Necklace went to Tiffany & Co., on auction in October 2015, who first purchased the 28 diamonds on the necklace at the 1887 French Crown Jewels auction in Paris. US$1,548,718 / CHF 1,505,959 Source:Sotheby’s;

Norway Royal Jewels | Schmuck des Königshaus von Norwegen

Nassau Empire Schmuck von Prinzessin Astrid von Norwegen

Herzogin Pauline von Nassau Empire Schmuck Parure

Herzogin Pauline von Nassau | Schmuck & Juwelen Norway Jewels Jeweller

Herzogin Pauline von Nassau | Schmuck & Juwelen
Royal Norway Jewels

The story behind the jewels of Duchess Pauline of Nassau, now property of Princess Astrid of Norway.

Norwegen Schmuck des Königshauses

Schmuck und Juwelen von Herzogin Pauline von Nassau, jetzt im Besitz der Prinzessin Astrid von Norwegen – die Geschichte des Schmucks und ihre verschiedenen königlichen Besitzerinnen

Smaragd Tiara Prinzessin Ingeborg von Schweden | Grossherzogin Stephanie von Baden – Smaragd Halsband Tiara – Parure

Prinzessin Ragnhild von Norwegen| Boucheron Perlen Tiara

Prinzessin Ingeborg von Schweden | Boucheron Perlen Tiara

Prinzessin Margarethe von Dänemark Schmuck

Prinzessin Ragnhild von Norwegen| Boucheron Perlen Tiara

Prinzessin Ingeborg von Schweden | Boucheron Perlen Tiara

Prinzessin Margarethe von Dänemark Schmuck