Wie ihre Sterne, so hatte die Kaiserin auch ein Juwelenset mit Diamanten und Rubinen. Das aber mit der Zeit verändert wurde.
Ein hohes grad an naturalisischem Detail ist durch die Staubgefässe des Blütenstemples wie sie bei Wildrosen vorkommt, ausgeführt. Dieses Detail ist auch beim Diadementwurf von Hansen aus dem Jahr 1862 zusehen, oben im Bild.
Vanderbilt Whitney |Wildroses Diamond Tiara Diadem | Imperiale und Diamant Parure | Elisabeth of Austria Habsburg Schmuck Royal and Imperial Jewels
..Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney is terrible happy with her wildflower tiara, once owned by the Empress Elizabeth of Austria, wife of Emperor Franz Joseph.....
Is wasn't one of the Empress major tiaras Mrs Whitney said candidly. It was just an everyday tiara but when you wear it you fell absolutely great. A tiara moves up a lady greatly.
The everyday tiara has 1900 diamonds weighting 18 carats and 75 rubies and is shaped into wild roses and sparkling dewdrops. It is set on little springs
When Marylou married Cornelius Vanderbilt "Sonny" Whitney (February 20, 1899 – December 13, 1992) in 1958, she got this tiara as wedding present. They had one daughter, Cornelia. C.V. Whitney died in 1992, leaving Marylou with an estate estimated at $100 million. In October 1997.
Indeed, jewelry was another passion. On the opening night of the Metropolitan Opera at the newly built Lincoln Center in 1966, lover Marylou Vanderbilt Whitney died in July 2019.the fourth wife of Sonny Whitney, whose mother was Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, the artist who founded the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Harry Winston mentationed this tiara in his booklet "The Court of Jewels", "the diadem in the design of delicate sprays of sparkling wild roses in diamonds with rubies, fern brigs and small flowers" from the glittering court of Emperor Franz Joseph".