The first wife of Prinz Johann Georg von Sachsen – Herzogin Maria Isabella von Württemberg on her wedding day.
This magnificent piece was subsequently passed down to her nephew, Albrecht Eugen, Duke of Württemberg (1895-1954).
Above we see his daughter, Duchess Sophie of Württemberg wearing the tiara in the 1960s and she wore it again in the 1990s.
It will be offered from Sotheby’s, at auction in the year 2023 „Vienna 1900 An Imperial and Royal Collection“ at Geneve.
It was sold for 762,000 CHF
The royal and imperial collection resurfaces, astonishingly pristine and with all its pieces in their original design, for the first time in nearly a century, having only been recently discovered hidden away in a bank vault.
When she was bridesmaid in 1934 on the wedding of Princess Marina of Greece and Prince Georg of Great Britain, the Duke and Duchess of Kent.
The bridesmaids, in white crêpe marocain, were all wearing the dainty brooches, with the initial of the bride M+G
and bridegroom entwined, that had been the bridegroom’s gift, to them, and white bandeau.
Lady Mary Cambridge;
Princess Elisabeth of York, later Queen Elizabeth II;
Princess Iris of Mountbatten
Princess Juliana of the Netherlands;
Grand Duchess Kira of Russia;
Princess Eugenie of Greece
Princess Catherine of Greece
Princess Irene of Greece
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Kent Pearl and Diamond Fringe Kokoshnik Tiara| Royal Spike Diadem |Royal Jewels Katherine Duchess of Kent
Queen Mary Sapphire Diamond Brooch |Marina Duchess of Kent rectangle sapphire and two diamonds brooch |Sapphire clasp pearl necklace Princess Michael
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