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Anhalt Juwelen | Statthalter Perle der Herzöge von Anhalt-Dessau

Als das Haus Anhalt im Jahr 2012 seine 800 Jahrfeier beging, trugen die Prinzessinnen Eilika, Felicitas und Katharina von Anhalt, anlässlich der Feierlichkeiten in Schloss Oranienbaum, noch den Schmuck, die Perlen der berühmten Vorfahren. Die historische Statthalter Perle als Anhänger und das Perlensautoir die Andere.
Die grosse Barock Perle ist nach Prinz Friedrich Heinrich von Oranien (1584-1647), dem Statthalter der Niederlande benannt. Er vererbte die bedeutende Perle seiner Tochter Prinzessin Henriette Catherine, die sie am Tag ihrer Hochzeit mit Fürst Georg II. von Anhalt-Dessau (1627-1693), im Jahre 1659 trug. Das kleine Kreuz an der Fassungen  erinnert an den Prinz Friedrich Heinrich, der 1647 starb.

Die „Statthalter Perlewurde der Familientradition entsprechend, immer zur Hochzeit von der Askanier Braut getragen auch von Herzogin Edda Charlotte, bei ihrer Hochzeit 1929, wie auch von Prinzessin Corinna anlässlich der Vermählung 1960, der Frau des jetztigen Besitzers Prinz Eduard. Laut Familientradition garantiert die Statthalter Perle‘ eine lange und glückliche Ehe.

Natural

Important historic pearl the ‚Staatholder Pearl‘ of the House Anhalt

Foto: sk
Die barockförmige natürliche Perle hat das Format  27.40 x 20.45 x 14.40mm, unterschiedlich facettierte Rubine und geschliffene Diamanten , verziert mit schwarzem Emaille wird die Perle gehalten, an einer mehrreihigen Saatperlenkette, Sautoir in einer Länge von 820mm.

Die Perle wir im Mai 2014 in Genf versteigert, wie auch die Oranien Perlen.

 

 

Perlen der Kaiserin Friedrich | Prussia Royal Imperial Pearls

Pearl and Diamond Brooch Stomacher Devant de Corsage Wedding Princess Royal Marriage Gifts| Prussia Hohenzollern  Princess Victoria Kaiserin Friedrich Empress Friedrich Princess Royal
Pearl and Diamond Brooch Stomacher Devant de Corsage Wedding Princess Royal Marriage Gifts| Prussia Hohenzollern
 Wedding Crownprincess Victoria - Empress Friedrich | Prussia Hohenzollern
Ouhd Necklace |Royal Gifts and Presents to Princess Royal Victoria
Wedding Crownprincess Victoria – Empress Friedrich | Prussia Hohenzollern
Ouhd Necklace |Royal Gifts and Presents to Princess Royal Victoria
 rown Princess Victoria and not the current Queen Augusta.
Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom--later Empress Friedrich-
crown Princess Victoria
Victoria, Princess Royal of the United Kingdom–later Empress Friedrich-Imperial Pearls Princess Royal | Prussia Hohenzollern History

update für  die Preussischen Perlen und Kaiserlichen Juwelen:

Perlen der Kaiserin Friedrich | Prussia Royal Imperial Pearls

Imperial Pearls Princess Royal | Prussia Hohenzollern History
Imperial Pearls Princess Royal | Prussia Hohenzollern History

Hochzeit Vicky | Wedding Victoria Princess Royal

Wedding Crownprincess Victoria - Empress Friedrich | Wedding Gifts and Presents  Opal parure opal jewels
Wedding Crownprincess Victoria – Empress Friedrich | Wedding Gifts and Presents >opal parure opal jewels

Hochzeitsgeschenke an Victoria Princess Royal| Marriage gifts and Weddinglist

 Empress Friedrich | Prussia Hohenzollern | Imperial Royal Marriage

In 1858 a royal wedding took place that was designed to align the fortunes of Europe's two most important powers, Great Britain and Germany's chief principality, Prussia.
The bride was Victoria, or “Vicky, Princess Royal” the oldest child of England's longest serving queen, Queen Victoria, and her husband, Prince Albert. The groom was Frederick, or “Fritz,” the son of King William of Prussia.
As the couple left St. James Chapel in London (not Berlin), they were serenaded by Mendelssohn's “Wedding March,” the first time it ever was played at a wedding.

For her wedding, Vicky wore a grown of white silk moiré over a petticoat flounced in lace and wreathed in sprays of orange blossom and myrtle. Her train was trimmed with white satin ribbons and lace. Her lace veil was held in place by a matching wreath, and she wore a diamond necklace, earrings, and brooch.

The Queen, who had chosen lilac silk moiré with a velvet train, wore the crown diamonds and a royal diadem of diamonds and pearls. Queen Victoria wore the George IV diadem.
An "european thinking" - the marriage was primarily the brainchild of Prince Albert, who dreamed that Great Britain and an eventually united Germany, under Prussian leadership, together would guide Europe into a future of liberalism, progress and prosperity.

For Fritz, Vicky ordered an engagement ring set with emerald exactly like the one her mother had given her father. Vicky asked her fiancé to wear it in the same way, on his little finger.
Empress Friedrich | Prussia Hohenzollern | Imperial Royal Marriage

The bride was Victoria, or “Vicky, Princess Royal” the oldest child of England’s longest serving queen, Queen Victoria, and her husband, Prince Albert. The groom was Frederick, or “Fritz,” the son of King William of Prussia.

Kaiserin Friedrichs Muschel und Strahlen Diamant Diadem |Empress Friedrich  Shell and sun burst diamond-tiara

Diamond open shells and sunbeam Tiara | 8 diamond shells and 9 diamond sunbeams as a large diadem of 240ct in diamonds

Lapisarmband und Diamant-Diadem | Lapislazuli-bracelet and diamond tiara

Kaiserin Friedrichs grosse Perlenkette| Empress Frederick´s Pearls

Schmuck der Kaiserin Friedrich | Jewels of Empress Frederick

Wedding Princess Royal | Fringe Pattern Diamond Ornamets |Corsage Head Jewel Necklace| Prussia Hohenzollern Princess Victoria Kaiserin Friedrich Empress Friedrich Princess Royal Cache Peigne
Wedding Princess Royal | Fringe Pattern Diamond Ornamets |Peigne Corsage Head Jewel Necklace| Prussia Hohenzollern Princess Victoria Kaiserin Friedrich Empress Friedrich Princess Royal

Historische Perlen der Preussen | Hohenzollern | Prussian Royal Imperial Pearls

Schmuck und Juwelen des Hauses Hohenzollern – Preussen |
Jewellery and Treasures of Prussian Kings and Queens

 Empress Friedrich | Royal Jewelry German Prussia Hohenzollern

When Elisabeth, Queen of Prussia, widow of Friedrich Wilhelm IV, herself died, she left her “magnificent” jewels to Vicky instead of to the Prussian crown, as was traditional with queens of Prussia. Vicky’s mother-in-law, Augusta, never forgave Vicky.
Augusta, who always resented the fact that her predecessor Queen Elisabeth had left her jewels to Vicky, took her revenge by leaving nothing to her daughter-in-law or Vicky’s daughters.
“The Empress left a very large fortune,” Vicky wrote Victoria. “Part goes to William, part to Henry … the largest part to Louise of Baden, & some to Vicky of Sweden… . I think what went to William, who does not want it, might have been parted amongst my 4 daughters & Henry’s son! But I did not expect we should be remembered.”
Empress Friedrich | Royal Jewelry German Prussia Hohenzollern

Royal Jewels Queen Amalia of Greece | Amalie von Griechenland

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Diamant Schmuck | Königin Amalie von Griechenland

Diamant Sterne und Diamant Collier ehemals im Besitz von Amalie von Griechenland
Diamond stars and Diamond riviere Queen Amalia of Greece, Princess of Bavaria.

Eine weitere Eigentümerin des Schmucks war Gräfin Mathilda von Wolff-Metternich, sie erhielt die Diamantparure zur Hochzeit von Ihrem Schwiegervater, dem Grafen von und zu Arco-Zinneberg. Die Parure soll demnächst verkauft werden.

Ein Bild der griechischen Königin Amalie mit dem Heckenrosen Diadem, als Broschen und Devante de Corsage getragen, konnte ich ergänzen zu der folgenden Seite:

Königin Amalia mit dem Heckenrosen Diadem | Wedding Jewels of the Oldenburg Princess

Rosen-Diadem aus Diamanten – der schwedischen Prinzessin und Herzogin Cecile von Oldenburg | Sweden-Oldenburg Tiara

Diamantschmuck – Diamantparure mit Sternen der Königin von Griechenland, Prinzessin von Bayern | Diamond Parure

Königin Amalie von Griechenland in Amalia-Tracht | Queen Amalia of Greece

Die griechische Königin in Staatsrobe mit dem Bayrischen Loversknot Diadem | Loversknot Pearl Tiara

Königin Amalie – griechische Königin | Die Wittelsbacher auf dem griechischen Thron

Das Perlen-Diadem der Königin Therese von Bayern | Bavarian Lovers-Knots-Tiara

Juwelen des griechischen Königishauses – Greek Royal Jewels

Rubin Spinell Parure der Königin Therese

Perlen und Diamanten als Brustschmuck der bayrischen Königin | Schmuck der Wittelsbacher

 

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna | Princess Alexandra of Hesse

Schmuck der Zaren | Juwelen des Zar von Russland

Wedding gift to Princess Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt  when she married Nicholas II of Russia, she received a very long sautoir of pearls, the most expensive gift, with an sapphire clasp, by Fabergé .The cost was 177.000 roubles
Wedding gift to Princess Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt  when she married Nicholas II of Russia, she received a very long sautoir of pearls, the most expensive gift, with an sapphire clasp, by Fabergé .The cost was 177.000 roubles

1894 erhielt die Firma Faberge einen großen Auftrag für zwei prunkvolle Halsketten im Gesamtwert von mehr als 345 000 Rubel, die für Prinzessin Alix, Alexandra von Hessen, der Braut des Zarewitsch Nikolaus, vom Bräutigam beziehungsweise dessen Eltern geschenkt wurden.
Es ist leider nicht zuzuordnen, welche Perlen-Kette die Zarin später auf den Abbildungen trägt, denn es gab im Bestand des „Imperialen Diamant Fond“ noch andere Perlenketten, der ehemaligen Zarinnen, die sie dem Fond vermacht hatten, dies war ein Gesetz von Zar Paul I.
Dazu kamen jedoch persönliche Schmuckstücke über die Jahre, die dem persönlichen Schmuck und Juwelen Besitz der Zarinnen zuflossen und sie behalten durften.
Bekannt sind davon, ein rosa Perlen Ring, den die Zarin Alexandra immer trug, es war ihr Verlobungsring.
Ihr Kettenarmband mit einem riesigen Smaragd, ein Geschenk vom Zarewitsch in Windsor, sowie eine Kette aus rosa Perlen, alles Geschenke vor der Hochzeit.
Der Zar von Russland schickte seiner zukünftigen Schwiegertochter eine wunderbare Saphir-und Diamant-Brosche.

Dazu gehörte auch Schmuck und Juwelen der in Tobolsk 1933 gefunden wurden, zusammen mit der Aquamarin Devante de Corsage.

Romanov Jewels |  Jewel of the Tsar

Wedding gift to Princess Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt  when she married Nicholas II of Russia, she received a very long sautoir of pearls, the most expensive gift, with an sapphire clasp, by Fabergé .The cost was 177.000 roubles

Wedding gift to Princess Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt  when she married Nicholas II of Russia, she received a very long sautoir of pearls, the most expensive gift, with an sapphire clasp, by Fabergé .The cost was 177.000 roubles (to compare-the most expensive egg ever ordered was the 1913 Winter Egg at 24,600 roubles ).

An  impressive diamond necklace about roubles 168.000 was the second one, ordered from the last tsar and tsarina, her future parents-in-law .

Personal Jewels of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna:
The pink pearl ring that the Empress always wore was her engagement ring. Her chain bracelet, with a huge emerald, was a present given by the Tsarevich at Windsor, as was a necklace of pink pearls; and the Emperor of Russia sent a marvellous sapphire and diamond brooch.
As well as the Personal jewels and items – found at Tobolsk in 1933 such as the Aquamarine stomacher formed of twigs stutted with diamonds.

Faberge Romanov Pearls |Wedding Gift Jewellery|Russia Crown Jewels| Imperial Wedding Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna

Other Romanov Pearls Pearl Necklace:
Romanov Jewels | Marie Alexandrowna Perlen | Pearls Romanoff Schmuck Juwelen

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna

Pearls and Jewels of the Empress Marie Feodorovna

Alexandra Feodorovna  Romanov Jewels Pearls Pearl Sautoir

The imperial diamond fond:
Peter I. has founded this fond to which each emperor or empress had to make some deposits at various distinctive occasions like coronations or when celebrating a jubilee. The wedding-parures of each of the crown princesses were also a regular donation to the fond. In the Winter-Place was a special department which took care of the fond and the Lord Stewards had the right to force deposits of the monarchs if they had the feeling that a monarch was not so generous, so that the fond was still growing over the centuries.

Wedding Of Princess Patricia To Sir A. Ramsay, 1919 | Royal Marriage Connaught

Wedding of Princess Patricia to Sir A. Ramsay.

Weddings; royalty; Great Britain. Princess Patricia; daughter of Arthur; Duke of Connaught; weds Rear Admiral Sir Alexander Ramsay; 1919. Much footage; not in sequence Various shots from above of Procession w/ both automobiles & horse-drawn carriages. Some good crowd shots, crowd pressed up to the edge of the street; soldiers holding them back; spilling into street after procession; swarming about; waving up at cameras.

royal guests including King George V & Queen Mary & their children; arriving; leaving; talking w/ each other & w/ Church officials. D of C arrives w/ Princess Pat. The bride wears a fabulous sparkly patterned white coat trimmed w/ huge fur collar like a stole Bride & groom coming out of church which has some support poles and  beams leaning at an angle against it; maybe damaged by bombing in World War One and not yet repaired?) Uniformed schoolgirls line up alongside road to watch coach & white horses.

England Royal Family Coronation Jewels 1936

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (the Queen Mother) in their full Coronation regalia and robes.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth poses with ladies in waiting holding her train / cloak.


Queen in her coronation gown with jewels, King with pages. Shot of gathered Royals including Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II), Princess Margaret and Queen Mary. Various other shots showing off the Coronation robes.

Duke And Duchess Of Kent’s Wedding

In 1934 the Prince George, Duke of Kent, is driven from Buckingham Palace in a large coach with a parade of Guards. Princess Marina of Greece leaves shortly after him. Various shots of the procession to the ceremony. Crowds are gathered to watch them. Shot of woman in crowd using mirror to watch procession.

Parade arrives at Westminster Abbey. Duke of Kent arrives with his brothers Prince Edward, Prince of Wales and Prince Albert, Duke of York. Princess Marina then arrives – the story of her engagement ring.

Scenes of Westminster Abbey. Duke and Duchess of Kent leave the Abbey at the end of their Wedding Service. They climb into the coachm parade back to Buckingham Palace. Cheered at every turn by large crowds. The coach turns into the gates of Buckingham Palace and the crowds surge behind. The Duke and Duchess come out onto the balcony to greet crowd. The Royal family join them.

The Duke and Duchess at Paddington railway station to get the train to Himley Hall, near Birmingham for their honeymoon. They are seen off by various dignitaries and cheering crowds. The train begins to pull away.

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 Agryll | Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll
Die Kent Aquamarine |
The Aquamarines

Wedding of Friederika of Hanover and Paul of Greece 1938

ROYAL WEDDING IN ATHENS – Prince Paul of Greece and Princess Frederika of Hanover“.
Duke and Duchess of Kent (Prince George and Princess Marina) arriving at the cathedral in Athens, representing Britain at the marriage of Prince Paul and Princess Frederika. We then see another couple arriving in a horse-drawn carriage – they are either Prince Regent and Princess Paul of Yugoslavia, or King George of Greece with his first cousin the Duchess of Brunswick (the bride’s mother). Crowds of people look on.

Princess Frederika arrives in an ornate coach with her father, the Duke of Brunswick. She waves to the crowd before going into the cathedral. Very brief shot of the ceremony – looks like a still! The newly married couple ride off in their carriage, waving to the crowds thronging the streets.

Royal Jewels of Greece

Queen Friederika with the Royal Jewels of Greece

Royal wedding gifts 1935 | Duke and Duchess of Gloucester

Expensive wedding presents on display at one of the palaces. They are for Duke & Duchess of Gloucester (aka Prince Henry and Lady Alice Scott). Gifts include diamonds, emeralds and pearls from King George V and Queen Mary, glass fish ornaments from Duke’s nephews and nieces and a model ship made by disabled children.

The Emerald and Pearl Wedding Gifts >>

The Wedding-gift of Queen Mary – Turquoise Parure >>

Wedding present of the Duke to his Bride >>

Das Hochzeits-Geschenk mit den Smaragden >>

Das zweite Hochzeitsgeschenk “ Die Diamant Garnitur “ >>

Die Hochzeitsgeschenke des Herzogs „Knoten-Brosche und Diamant-Diadem“ >>

The Diamond Wedding Gifts >>