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Countess of Bathurst | Royal Gifts and Wedding Prestents | Nobel Dimonds & Royal Jewel History

Countess of Bathurst | Royal Gifts and Wedding Prestents | Nobel und Royal Jewel History
Countess of Bathurst | Royal Gifts and Wedding Presents | Nobel and Royal Jewel History

A BRIDE’S TROUSSEAU.

The trousseau of Miss Lilias Borthwick, of which we had a glimpse yesterday, is the perfection of dainty simplicity| November 1893

The gown both for day and evening wear depend on for their effect their perfect cut, rather than on costliness of material. The trousseau includes several useful tailor-built gowns, one of navy serge with open jacket worn over a fawn-coloured Tattersall vest; another of gendarme blue home-spun, and third of brown-fleoked Scotch tweed, which is being made near the bride’s Highland home by a lady who enjoys the patronage of Royalty, was specially charmed with Cuttle Russian coat of gendarme blue cloth, with big square collar and revers sable and quaint strap fastenings on the bodice. The basque was attached to a ribbon belt fastened with buckle of oxidized silver. Cozy wrap of fawnooloured serge was lined through with gray squirrel fur and bordered with soft brown bear fur. The high collar was cut in one with the cloak.

Quaint Spanish buttons of old silver were used on the bodice of useful little gown black diagonal with bands of crimson velvet the skirt and a crimson velvet vest.

For her wedding journey tho Isle of Wight the future Lady Bathurst has selected dress and coat of brown hopsack tweed. The skirt has border of mink and a band petunia-coloured mirror velvet covered with brown passementerie. The bodice has square yoke back and front of the petunia velvet, edged with passementerie. Both coat and skirt are lined with petunia-red shot silk. A large picture hat of brown velvet with plumes of ostrich tips on the left side is to be worn with the dress. Most the future Countess Bathurst’s evening gowns are guiltless of trains, these appendages not being much approved by the sensible and practical young lady.

Among these gowns is a charming dinner dress of white silk, powdered with tiny pink flowers. The hem flounce is run on green and pink baby ribbon, which is knotted here and there, and the bodice and Empire sash are trimmed with gold enamel trimming. A dainty gown of blue moiré has the skirt trimmed with donkey ear bows blue velvet and bands of velvet covered with passementerie of white and colored pearls, the bands forming deep point in front. Another evening dress of de Nil armor silk, with a double flounce of embroidered chiffon arranged pagoda-wise the skirt.

A very pretty Whatteau tea gown in light yellow, has points caught with a rosette on the train and the slight train falls from 8 rosettes between the shoulders. A charming little tea gown in rise pink Lilac silk has full front the silk circled with a quaint chain girdle and clasps of oxidized silver. Dainty dressing gowns, heaps of pretty lingerie, and a variety of headgear were among the wedding finer v displayed in the young bride’s pretty sitting room near the top of Sir Algernon’s high house in Piccadilly, the windows which command magnificent view over the green park.

 

Above in the picture: Lilias, Countess Bathurst

The most valuable piece from the collection of Countess Bathurst, is an early 20th Century Diamond Tiara, commissioned from Cartier by Lilias, Countess Bathurst (1871-1965).

Made from  old and rose-cut diamonds, silver and gold, (circa 1910) the stones were taken from two tiaras,  Countess Bathurst inherited from her mother Lady Glenesk.

The tiara and the preceding corsage brooch, is the epitome of aristocratic splendor and the delicate Belle Époque scrolling motifs were inspired by 18th century architectural details.

Compared to many Victorian tiaras with their often heavy style of mounting and high surmounts this early 20th century example must have felt comparatively ethereal, and it is not surprising that Gloria Bathurst clearly enjoyed wearing it and was photographed wearing this beautiful head ornament on various grand occasions.

 

Lilias Countess of Bathurst | Cartier Diamond Stomacher and Cartier Diamonds Tiara | Nobel Diamonds & Royal Jewel History

Countess of Bathurst | Gloria Bathurst |Royal Gifts | Nobel Heirlooms Diamonds & Royal Jewel History

Lilias Countess of Bathurst | Natural Pearl and Diamond Tiara | Important Pearls, Diamonds & Royal Jewel History

Lilias Countess of Bathurst | Queen Anne Pearl Necklace | Historic Natural Pearl | Nobel Diamonds & Royal Jewel History

Lilias Countess of Bathurst | Diamond Brooch of large Diamonds| Nobel Diamonds & Royal Jewel History

 

 

 

Countess Galloway Famous Jewellery| Diamond Greek Key Wave Tiara Bandeau | Noble Jewelry | Heirloom Jewels History

Famous Jewellery| Diamond Greek Key Wave Tiara Bandeau | Noble Jewelry | Countess Galloway | Heirloom Jewels History

Countess Galloway Famous Jewellery| Diamond Greek Key Wave Tiara Bandeau | Noble Jewelry |  Heirloom Jewels History
Countess Galloway Famous Jewellery| Diamond Greek Key Wave Tiara Bandeau | Noble Jewelry | Heirloom Jewels History
Wedding Countess of Galloway | Greek Key Wave Diamond Diadem | Marriage Present and Gifts to the Bride

JEWELS WEDDING PRESENTS

Among the many wedding gifts were the presentation from residents of Newton Stewart—antique wine coolers—silver loving cups from the past and present tenants on the estate, employees and household staff, a silver inkstand, which were all presented a week ago, when Lord Galloway was entertained in the M'Millan Hall, Newton Stewart, of which burgh his father was one time Provost.
Wedding Countess of Galloway | Greek Key Wave Diamond Diadem | Marriage Present and Gifts to the Bride

JEWELS WEDDING PRESENTS
Among the many wedding gifts ……Wedding Countess of Galloway | Greek Key Wave Diamond Diadem | Marriage Present and Gifts to the Bride

Famous Jewellery| Diamond Greek Key Wave Tiara Bandeau | Noble Jewelry | Countess Galloway | Heirloom Jewels History

Large Kokoshnik Cartier Diamond Tiara | Granard Jewels | Beatrice Ogden Mills|Forbes Family Jewel|Countess of Granard

Grosser Kokoshnik Cartier Diamant Tiara | Granard Juwelen Schmuck| Beatrice Ogden Mills| Forbes Familien Juwelen|Countess of Granard Large Kokoshnik Cartier Diamond Tiara | Granard Jewels | Beatrice Ogden Mills|Forbes Family Jewel|Countess of Granard
Grosser Kokoshnik Cartier Diamant Tiara | Granard Juwelen Schmuck| Beatrice Ogden Mills| Forbes Familien Juwelen|Countess of Granard Large Kokoshnik Cartier Diamond Tiara | Granard Jewels | Beatrice Ogden Mills|Forbes Family Jewel|Countess of Granard

Oben abgebildet, Beatrice Mills, Countess Granard mit ihrem großen Diamant Kokoshnik, aus dem Jahr 1937.

Einem wahrhaft prächtigen Diadem mit orientalischer Inspiration, der für sie, bei CARTIER angefertigt wurde.
Seine geschwungene Linie wird durch parallele Reihen betont. Brillanten, Diamanten und birnenförmige Steine von hohem Wert sind in das Design integriert; einige sind Altschliff, sowie alte grosse Diamanten, die müssen aus der Sammlung der Familie Granard stammen.
Sie war Stammkundin von Cartier London und eine der letzten großen Käuferinnen  eines Kokoshniks.
Sie bestellte einen Kokoshnik im Jahr 1922, einen anderen 1923 und einen dritten Kokoshnik 1937 – den letzten, oben im Bild, für die Krönung von König Georg.
Beatrice Countess von Granard 1883-1972, geboren als Beatrice Mills, Tochter des großen amerikanischen Financier und Bankiers Ogden Mills. 

Eine berühmte Gastgeberin, Rennstallbesitzerin und Pferde-Züchterin, die als erste Frau den Grand Prix gewann, Sie  heiratete 1909 den 8. Earl of Granard. Sie lebte zwischen London, Paris und Castle Forbes in Irland.

Der Aufenthaltsort des Diadems ist unbekannt.
Drei der fünf Art Deco Diamantbroschen, die Teil des Diadems waren, sind bekannt>>>>

Granard Jewels | Beatrice Ogden Mills| Forbes Family Jewelry |Countess of Granard| Wedding Gifts

Cartier Diamond Tiara | Granard Jewels | Beatrice Ogden Mills| Forbes Family Jewel |Countess of Granard

Emerald Necklace Persian Style Fringe Collier |Important Cartier Necklace |Noble Jewels Countess Granard

Large Kokoshnik | Cartier Diamond Tiara | Granard Jewels | Beatrice Ogden Mills|Forbes Family Jewel|Countess of Granard

Diamond Brooches from the large Kokoshnik |Cartier Diamond Tiara | Granard Jewels | Forbes Family Jewel History |Countess of Granard

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Granard Jewels | Beatrice Ogden Mills| Forbes Family Jewelry |Countess of Granard| Wedding Gifts
Cartier Diamond Tiara | Granard Jewels | Beatrice Ogden Mills| Forbes Family Jewel |Countess of Granard
Emerald Necklace Persian Style Fringe Collier | Noble Jewels Countess Granard
Large Kokoshnik | Cartier Diamond Tiara | Granard Jewels | Beatrice Ogden Mills|Forbes Family Jewel|Countess of Granard
Diamond Brooches from the large Kokoshnik |Cartier Diamond Tiara | Granard Jewels | Forbes Family Jewel History |Countess of Granard 

 143.23ct cushion-shaped emerald Lady Granard's Emerald and Diamond Necklace
Cartier Emerald Necklace Collier Lady Granard – 143.23ct cushion-shaped emerald Important Emerald Jewels|Lady Granard’s Cartier Emerald and Diamond Necklace

Edith Vanderbilt Stuyvesant | Boucheron Ruby and Diamond Tiara | Jewel History

The April 1898 announcement of George Vanderbilt’s engagement to Edith Stuyvesant Dresser was a leading topic in newspapers of the era. At age 36 and the only unmarried son from the famous American wealthy family of the  Vanderbilts.

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Edith Vanderbilt Dresser Stuyvesant Jewels| Boucheron Ruby Diamond Tiara and Brooch| Ruby Parure Wedding Gifts

the wedding presents of Miss Edith Dresser, who was married Mr. George Vanderbilt
the wedding presents of Miss Edith Dresser, who was married Mr. George Vanderbilt Edith Vanderbilt Dresser Stuyvesant Jewels| Boucheron Ruby Diamond Tiara and Brooch| Ruby Parure Wedding Gifts| Clovertiara Clover leaf Shamrock Trefoils


	

Eglantine Jasmine Flower Diamond Tiara Diadem |Duchess of Bedford Marchioness of Tavistock Historic Jewels

Queen of Naples Caroline Bonaparte Tiara Chaumet wild Roses
Queen of Naples Caroline Bonaparte Tiara Chaumet wild Roses

 

 

 

 

The story behind the important diamond tiara:

Tiara Caroline Bonaparte Reine of Naples| Diadem with diamond briar roses and jasmine flowers |Imperial Jewels

Karoline Murat Königin von Neapel | Eglantine Tiara | Wilde Rosen mit Rosenknopsen und Jasminblätter

Diamant Diadem History | Bonaparte Imperialer Schmuck

Duchess of Bedford | Diamond Eglantine Diadem with briar roses and jasmine flowers | Jewels Nobel History

Bedford Eglantine Diamant Diadem | Royal Imperial Jewelry |Familienschmuck der Herzogin von Bedford

Pearls |Duchess of Bedford Marchioness of Tavistock Historic Jewels

Every famous jewel had a story, more about the Pearls |Duchess of Bedford Marchioness of Tavistock Historic Jewels

Duchess of Bedford | Famous Bedford Pearls, eight-row Pearl Necklace, Pear Pearls Earrings and Perl Stomacher| Important Jewels Nobel History
Duchess of Bedford | Famous Bedford Pearls, eight-row Pearl Necklace, Pear Pearls Earrings and Perl Stomacher| Important Jewels Nobel History Tavistock

 Pearl Necklace -Nicole Duchess of Bedford pearls 8 row Pearl Necklace|Duchess of Bedford Marchioness of Tavistock Historic Jewels

Bedeutende Bedford Perlen, acht-Reihige Perlenkette, Perlenohrhänger, Perlen Devante-de-Corsage | Familienschmuck der Herzogin von Bedford | Royal Jewels

Princess Salome Dadiani Royal Wedding gifts Diamond Tiara | Prince Achille Murat Imperial Marriage

Imperial Diadème | Princesse Salome Dadiani

LE MARIAGE DU PRINCE MURAT BONAPARTE

Precious Wedding Gifts Royal Jewellery and Imperial Bonaparte Wedding on 23 May 1868

Prince Murat Napoleon and PrincessSalome Dadiani of Mingrelia Wedding | Imperial Greek KeyTiara
Prince Murat Napoleon and Princess Salome Dadiani of Mingrelia Wedding | Imperial Greek Key Tiara

Princess Salome sent me a depesche: „Share my luck, I just got engaged to Prince Achille Murat“.

I was told how the whole thing came.
Last winter, Empress Eugenie and Princess Ekaterina Dadiani had already considered it, and the matter had been brought to a close last week.

The emperor, Napoleon III, took it upon himself to give his nephew 50000 francs of Apanage annually, which harmonized excellently with the same income of the bride, and furthermore to pay his debts. Well, debts…that the young man was one of the most wasteful men of life in Paris, was well known in the city, among the diamonds, the then so celebrated – beautiful Helena, Hortense Schneider, was many a piece of jewellery laid at her feet by Prince Achille Murat. The whole marriage was arranged by one of the relatives on both sides, and she had only seen her groom three or four times, but in those circles, especially in France, it is customary for marriages to be arranged this way. She was downright in love with the young man and was looking forward to becoming Princess Achille Murat >>

 

Prinzessin Salome Dadiani, Prinzessin von Mingrelia| Prinz Achille Murat Neffe des Kaisers Napoleon III. >>
Kostbare Hochzeitsgeschenke Royaler Schmuck und Kaiserliche Hochzeit am 23. Mai 1868>>

Die Toiletten der Damen waren von großer Pracht.
Die Braut trug einen Schleier, der für sie in Brüssel angefertigt worden und in dem das Familienwappen, das Goldene Vliess, eingewebt war.
Der Schleier wallte von einem Diamantdiadem herab, das Hochzeitsgeschenk der Kaiserin Eugenie – in griechischem Meander Ornamenten.

 

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Diadème dit „eglantine“ par Massin | Princesse Catherine Dadiany

Massin Oscar en Russie

Diadème dit „diadème aux eglantines“ par Oscar Massin

Le début de projet Oscar Massin a été acheté par la princesse Ekaterina Chavchavadze-Dadiany vers 1860 à Paris. Princesse Ekaterina Chavchavadze épousé une princesse géorgienne Dadiany David I, qui a régné jusqu’à sa mort en 1853, la Mingrélie Principauté.

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Diamond Devante de Corsage and Diamond Tiara made by Massin for Ekaterina Dadiani | Catherine Dadiany |Dadianov Jewels

Diamond Devante de Corsage and Diamond Tiara made by Massin for Ekaterina Dadiani | Catherine Dadiany |Dadianov Jewels Massin Diadème dit "eglantine" par Massin | Princesse Catherine Dadiany Massin Oscar en Russie Diadème dit "diadème aux eglantines" par Oscar Massin Le début de projet Oscar Massin a été acheté par la princesse Ekaterina Chavchavadze-Dadiany vers 1860 à Paris. Princesse Ekaterina Chavchavadze épousé une princesse géorgienne Dadiany David I, qui a régné jusqu'à sa mort en 1853, la Mingrélie Principauté.
Oscar Massin | Diamond Devante de Corsage and Diamond Tiara made by Massin for Ekaterina Dadiani | Catherine Dadiany |Dadianov Jewels

Oscar Massin in Russia

Henrietta Jenny Fraser |Mrs Walter Ralph Bankes | Palmetten ornament tiara

Henrietta Jenny Fraser |Mrs Walter Ralph Bankes after her marriage, with her palmetten ornament tiara, spray brooch, pearl necklaces and the large Benkes stomacher brooch.
Henrietta Jenny Fraser |Mrs Walter Ralph Bankes after her marriage, with her palmetten ornament tiara, spray brooch, pearl necklaces and the large Benkes stomacher brooch.

Henrietta Jenny Fraser |Mrs Walter Ralph Bankes after her marriage, with her palmetten ornament tiara, spray brooch, pearl necklaces and the large Benkes stomacher brooch.

The Bankes family have lived in Dorset since the 17th century and owned land in east Dorset and Purbeck, including Studland. During this time the Bankes were often considered one of the most powerful families in England, owning both the estates of Corfe Castle and Kingston Lacy. In 1981, when her son, John Ralph Bankes died, he left the 16,000 acre estate to the National Trust.

Royal Jewels | Diamond Ribbon Devante de Corsage | Bow Stomacher | Duchess of Beaufort Lady Mary Cambridge

Royal Jewels | Ribbon Devante de Corsage | Bow Stomacher | Duchess of Beaufort Lady Mary Cambridge
Royal Jewels | Ribbon Devante de Corsage | Bow Stomacher | Duchess of Beaufort Lady Mary Cambridge

As member of the Royal Family, this Diamond jewels>> are worne at

Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937 and the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 – as well as the royal weddings in 1936 and 1947 more about the story behind the royal jewelry>>

Mary Somerset, Duchess of Beaufort |Royal Wedding Presents & Jewel Gifts

Victoria Constance Mary Somerset, Duchess of Beaufort | Royal Wedding of Princess Mary of Teck- The Lady Victoria Constance Mary Cambridge Royal Wedding Presents Princess Mary of Teck |Lady Cambridge
Victoria Constance Mary Somerset, Duchess of Beaufort | Royal Wedding of Princess Mary of Teck- The Lady Victoria Constance Mary Cambridge

Mary Duchess of Beaufort | Royal Wedding Presents & Jewel Gifts >>

Costly jewelry are presented to Lady Mary Cambridge, the bride, from the Royal family of England Breat Britain