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Boucheron | Boucheron Jewel Diadem Tiara, Boucheron Tiaras, Boucheron Diademe, Diademas, Diadems, Boucheron Diamond Tiara, Boucheron Emerald Tiara, Paris jeweler from Paris, Louis Boucheron, was able to handle large gems as no one else.

Shah of Persia Mohammed Reza Pahlavi was so entranced by creations of Boucheron House that it entrusted Louis Boucheron, to make the first-ever assessment of the Treasury.

Ruby Diamond Bow Ribbon Lovers knots Necklace |Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Wedding Jewels|Royal Marriage Presents

Ruby Diamond Bow Ribbon Lovers knots Necklace |Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Wedding Jewels|Royal Marriage Presents

Ruby Diamond Bow Ribbon Lovers knots Necklace |Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Wedding Jewels|Royal Marriage Presents
Ruby Diamond Bow Ribbon Lovers knots Necklace |Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Wedding Jewels|Royal Marriage Presents the necklace is draped on her décolleté as corsage ornament, the double bow brooch with sapphire and diamonds, pinned on the necklace.

Royal Wedding in 1905, Princess Margaret of Connaught marries the Gustav Adolph of Sweden, the story behind the wedding gifts, today the necklace of diamonds and rubies from the Prince and Princess of Wales, and the Windsor siblings.

Absolute simplicity was the keynote of the wedding gown of the Royal bride. Foundation and train were white satin with skirt lace gathered round the hips, the bodice being draped with lace, with sprays of orange blossom half in the folds. Princess Margaret wore a simple wreath of myrtle and which carried a marvelous wedding veil presented to her by the ladies of Ireland. …

GORGEOUS PRESENTS TO ROYAL BRIDE. The most valuable gifts were shown in glass-covered cases, and enormous table groaned and other priceless gifts These gift sent their Majesties King and Queen is regal crown, composed of the finest diamonds and largo pigeon’s red rubies‘ sot square in the now manner. The appertains lovely necklace to match, and the crown are arranged that it forms tiara decoration at will. The bride’s parents, the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, gave her another crown, call also form various beautiful ornament diamonds of the purest water, and tho pattern is that most elegant one, the Empire wreath. With trembling stones and festoons gems between each circle. From her brother and sister beautiful diamond and pearl ring came, and from the Prince and Princess of Wales, Princess Victoria of Wales, Princess Charles of Denmark, and the Duchess of Fife diamond and ruby necklace arrived. In tho case is shown an antique bracelet which the Duchess of Connaught remembers child, and which been sent young Princess Frederick Charles of Prussia. King Oscar’s Gifts. It officially announced that the King and Queen have presented to Prince Gustav and Princess Margaret the Castle of Sofjero, in Scania, southern part of Sweden, well tiara of diamonds as a separate wedding gift to the bride.

Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Wedding Jewels|Royal Marriage Presents

Boucheron Laurier Necklace Tiara | Margaret of Connaught Crown Princess of Sweden Jewels

Crown Princess Viktoria Sweden |Royal Jewels| Boucheron Laurel Tiara with Diamonds

Brosche an einer Diamantriviere als Collier, aus dem ehemaligen Besitz der Königin Josephine von Schweden>>

Crown Princess Margareta’s Egyptian Necklace with Safir, Ruby and Emerald Scarabäus

Diamond Half-Hoop Bracelet | Wedding Gift Windsor | Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Royal Jewels History

THE ETON BOY’S PRESENT TO PRINCESS MARGARET| Crown Pincess of Sweden Royal Marriage Presents

Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Royal Jewels |History Diamond Serpent Bracelet

Ruby Diamond Bow Ribbon Loversknots Necklace |Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Wedding Jewels|Royal Marriage Presents

Imperial Fringe Tiara of Maria Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

This diamond „rayon diadem“ of Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna, comes from the jewelry collection of Empress Marie Alexandrovna, bequeathing it to her daughter.

Empress Marie Alexandrovna's Fringe Tiara Fringe Diadem |Imperial Fringe Tiara of Maria Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh Fringe Diadem Imperial Fringe Tiara of Marie Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha|| Queen of Romania, Eulalia  Baby Bee - Beatrice Infanta of Spain, Marie Queen of Yugoslaviaand Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha  worn from: Queen of Romania, Princess Baby Bee, duchess of Galeria, Rayon diadem Empress Marie Alexandrovna, Grand Duchess
Fringe Diadem Imperial Fringe Tiara of Maria Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha|| Queen of Romania, Eulalia Baby Bee – Beatrice Infanta of Spain, Marie Queen of Yugoslavia

Imperial Fringe Tiara of Marie Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

Kokoshnik Sonnenstrahlen Diamant Diadem Grand Duchess Saxe Coburg |Jewel History| Imperial Sunray or Fringe Tiara

Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna Sachsen-Coburg Gotha Edinburg Royal Imperial Diamant Diadem | Diamond Tiara

Faberge Diamant Diadem | Grossfürstin Marie Romanov Herzogin von Edinburgh | Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha | Faberge Pearl Tiara

Bolin Rubin Parure mit Diadem | Marie Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha | Imperial Historic Jewelry Bolin Ruby Diamond Parure with Tiara

Royal Falize Tiara of Marie Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha |Wedding Present of Queen Victoria

Falize Diamant Diadem Hochzeitsgeschenk der Queen Victoria |Königliche Schmuck | Sachsen Coburg Gotha Grossfürstin Marie-Alexandrovna

Diamanttiara der Herzogin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha| Boucheron Diamond Tiara of the Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

Prachtausstellung: Der Sachsen-Coburg- Juwelen

Das Zarensilber im Coburger Residenzschloß |Romanov Jewels |Imperial Historic Jewelry

Romanoff Perlenketten, Brillantbroschen und Armbänder in der Prunkausstellung|Romanov Pearls Jewels |Imperial Historic Jewelry

Fringe Tiara, Diamantschmuck und Saphir-Juwelen|Trousseau with Diamonds Sapphires, Koskoshnik Romanov Jewels |Imperial Historic Jewelry

Königlicher Schmuck der Prinzessinnen Victoria Melitta, Marie und Beatrice|Princess Victoria Melitta, Crown Princess Marie and Infanta Beatrice Romanov Dowry Jewels |Imperial Historic Jewelry

Die goldene Schmuckkassette der Herzogin Marie Alexandrovna |Tsar Trousseau Romanov Jewels |Imperial Historic Jewelry

 

Princess Henriette von Auersperg | Bohlen und Halbach Diamond Roses Necklace Collier Princess Henriette Auersperg Bohlen und Halbach Krupp |Diamonds Royal Jewel History Germany

The story of the jewels from the estate of Princess Henriette of Auersperg, wife of the last Krupp,  the Boucheron Art Deco diamond bracelet with pattern of stylized roses and:

Princess Henriette von Auersperg | Bohlen und Halbach Diamond Roses Necklace Collier Princess Henriette Auersperg Bohlen und Halbach Krupp |Diamonds Royal Jewel History Germany
Princess Henriette von Auersperg | Bohlen und Halbach Diamond Roses Necklace Collier Princess Henriette Auersperg Bohlen und Halbach Krupp |Diamonds Royal Jewel History Germany

Diamond Roses Necklace Collier Princess Henriette Auersperg Bohlen und Halbach Krupp |Diamonds Royal Jewel History Germany

Diamond Trefoil Necklace Collier Princess Henriette Auersperg Bohlen und Halbach Krupp |Diamonds Royal Jewel History Germany

Diamond Boucheron Bracelet Roses|

Boucheron Art Deco diamond bracelet with pattern of stylized roses| Princess Henriette AuerspergBohlen und Halbach noble jewel hi
Boucheron Art Deco diamond bracelet with pattern of stylized roses| Princess Henriette AuerspergBohlen und Halbach noble jewel

Princess Henriette Auersperg Bohlen und Halbach Krupp |Diamonds Royal Jewel History Germany

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


	

Duchess of Edinburgh | Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna | Romanov Ruby Parure

Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrowna of Russia | Duchess of Edingburgh|Romanov I MPORTANT SUITE OF RUBY AND DIAMOND

Romanov diamond fringe tiara kokoshnik diadem sunray halo – Marie Alexandrovna Duchess of Edinburgh Grand Duchess of Russia

Fürstin Margarita zu Hohenlohe Langenburg, geb Prinzessin von Griechenland und Dänemark trug diese Garnitur noch in den 60er Jahren zu glanzvollen Events.
Fürstin Margarita, Princess of Greece and Denmark wearing the Romanov Ruby Parure

Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna | Romanov Juwel und die Geschichte der Hochzeit in english | Duchess Edinburgh Saxe-Coburg The Imperial and Royal Wedding| Ruby Parure

Die Rubin-Tiara von Bolin im Detail |Romanov Ruby Parure Jewellery |The Imperial Ruby-Tiara made by Bolin

Imperiale Collier mit Romanov Rubinen und Diamanten |Duchess of Edinburg|Saxe-Coburg-Gotha The magnificent Burmese Ruby Parure with the matching necklace Romanov

Rubin Diamant Collier aus der Romanov Rubin Parure der Grossfürstin Marie Alexandrowna| Duchess of Edinburgh

Königliche Juwelen und Imperiale Schmuck Geschenke zur Hochzeit für Prinzessin Alexandra von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, Herzogin zu Sachsen| Fürstin Hohenlohe-Langenburg

Royal Wedding Gifts & Presents | Jewels of Alexandra Princess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha| Princess of Hohenlohe – Langenburg

Fürstenhaus Hohenlohe Royaler Schmuck und Juwelen | Royal Jewel History >>

Herzöge Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha >>

Imperial Fringe Tiara of Marie Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

Kokoshnik Sonnenstrahlen Diamant Diadem Grand Duchess Saxe Coburg |Jewel History| Imperial Sunray or Fringe Tiara

Marie Alexandovna Grand Duchess of Russia, Romanov Coronation Brooch Duchess of Edinburgh, Duchess of Coburg, Presentation brooch jewels collection her jewels
Marie Alexandovna Grand Duchess of Russia, Romanov Coronation Brooch Duchess of Edinburgh, Duchess of Coburg, Presentation brooch jewels collection her jewels, Romanov Pearls

Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna Sachsen-Coburg Gotha Edinburg Royal Imperial Diamant Diadem | Diamond Tiara

Faberge Diamant Diadem | Grossfürstin Marie Romanov Herzogin von Edinburgh | Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha | Faberge Pearl Tiara

Bolin Rubin Parure mit Diadem | Marie Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha | Imperial Historic Jewelry Bolin Ruby Diamond Parure with Tiara

Royal Falize Tiara of Marie Grand Duchess of Russia, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland, Duchess of Edinburgh and Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha |Wedding Present of Queen Victoria

Falize Diamant Diadem Hochzeitsgeschenk der Queen Victoria |Königliche Schmuck | Sachsen Coburg Gotha Grossfürstin Marie-Alexandrovna

Diamanttiara der Herzogin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha| Boucheron Diamond Tiara of the Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrova Romanov | Duchess of Edinburgh Duchess of Sachsen Diadem tiara

Marie Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Prince of Great Britain and Ireland, Duke of Edinburgh, and Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha She was the only daughter of Tsar Alexander II and Maria Alexandrovna, Princess of Hesse-Darmstadt and received spectacular parures upon the occasion of her wedding The Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha is wearing a large #diamond #tiara, probably made by #Boucheron, Paris. The upright elements of the tiara are set with several old-mine and rose-cut diamonds. Boucheron Tiara Diadem Marie Alexandrowna,

Fürstin Alexandra von Hohenlohe Langenburg rechts | Großfürstin Marie Alexandrovna, Herzogin von Edinburgh, Herzogin von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha.

Royal Jewels of Queen Marie of Romania | Schmuck & Juwelen Marie von Edinburgh Königin von Rumänien

Princess Marie of Edinburg | Queen of Romania| Royal Jewel Boucheron Diamond hair ornament Misteltoe
Princess Marie of Edinburg | Queen of Romania| Royal Jewel Boucheron Diamond hair ornament Misteltoe

Translated from Romanian to English by Google Translator.

The Jewels of Queen Marie of Romania.

 

The jewels of Queen Marie of Romania hidden in a villa in Moscow.


Before 102 years, on 14 (27) December 1916, the treasury of the National Bank of Romania was packed in 1738 boxes and sent to Russia.

Besides treasury bills, values ​​belonging to various Romanian private banks, commercial companies, private persons, art collections, documents and money, valued at 314,580,456, 84 lei gold, the Romanian officials decided to put in conditions safe and jewelry of Queen  Maria, valued at 7,000,000 gold. The latter were stored in 2 boxes.

The fate of the Queen’s jewels has been the subject of many journalistic investigations in the interwar period. Lastny Novosti, the newspaper of Russian emigrants in Paris, makes an interesting account of the subject in 1933.
The royal family’s jewels were handed over to Mr. Constantin Dimandy, then the plenipotentiary minister at Petrograd.

In the spring of 1918, after the departure of ambassadors and foreign ministers from Soviet Russia, Diamandy gave precious objects to the American consul in Moscow. This, in turn, before leaving Russia, handed them over to the Norwegian Consul.
The Norwegian Consulate occupied at that time a villa on Charitonov Street no. 15.

At the end of 1918, Norwegian Consulate staff had to leave Russia. To save the treasure entrusted to him, the consul hid the boxes in a wall of the villa in the greatest mystery and hoping that later, Queen Marie’s jewelry boxes would be taken out of the secret hiding place and, of course, from Soviet Russia.
One man in Moscow knew about the treasure of the villa, a former servant of the Russian submissive consulate who could not leave with the rest of his staff in Norway. After a while, this servant died. But before closing his eyes, he told a German citizen, a certain K., about the existence of treasure, indicating exactly the place in the wall where the boxes were built.
In 1923, K., a refugee in Germany, contacted the Soviet Embassy in Berlin. This individual, K., the secretary of the Soviet Embassy, ​​Iakubovici, and the second secretary, Mirov, concluded a verbal agreement under which K., as a reward for his denunciation, guaranteed a certain percentage of the value of the treasury.
The agreement was confirmed in the presence of the representative of the Soviet State Bank, Sergheev-Romm, specially sent to Berlin for this purpose.
It seems that German K, born and raised in Moscow, recognized Sergheev-Romm as an old high school colleague. Among friends, the business has settled without difficulty. The formalities were
resolved quickly, and K. left for Moscow. Here he was directed to a certain Stein who was given the representative of the Soviet Ministry of Finance.
Stein confirmed his understanding between K. and the Soviet Embassy in Berlin through the representatives of Iakubovici and Mirov on the one hand and the bank through its representative, Sergeyev-Romm.
The villa on Charitonov Street was at that time occupied by the Czechoslovak Mission. For this reason, he was told by K., coming from Germany, that he can not start looking for the treasure, because the matter is too delicate and he must for now give up.
Incidentally or not, in three months, Soviet officials found the treasure.

In the Czechoslovak Mission’s building the guilds appeared, under the pretext that they are workers from the water pipes. They showed a Soviet order in Moscow that had the immediate repair of the upper pipes, otherwise the building would have been threatened to collapse.
The treasure was built in a wall on the first floor. During the repairs, the Czechoslovak Mission moved to the second floor. Within a few days, in September 1923, the jewels were discovered and transported to the Soviet warehouse.

In 1928, K. learned, by chance, that the treasure was found and that he was practically pulled on the string. Consequently, he addresses a Berlin lawyer, Bruno Marwitz, asking him to sue a Soviet trial.
Marwitz, before commencing the action, addresses the Soviet Embassy in Berlin to confirm whether there was any agreement between K and the Embassy. Iakubovici admits, in a rather imprudent way, that he really spoke to Mr. K. about the treasure, and that, after this conversation, K. left for Moscow.
Yakubovich could no longer remember any formal obligations towards K. The process threatens to become embarrassing for the Soviet government, especially since the intervention of the Romanian government, which until then knew nothing of the fate of Queen Mary’s jewels, was inevitable.

In order to get rid of a lawsuit, the Soviet Embassy in Berlin intervened with the German Foreign Ministry, which took the necessary steps with the Ministry of Justice. Interventions were successful, as the process ended with no result: censuses could not be handed over to Ban.

 

 

 

The GIA wrote about her  study of

The Grand Sapphire of Louis XIV and The Ruspoli Sapphire

the theses is the center sapphire of the sapphire tiara of Queen Marie was the Ruspoli Sapphire.

I know, after Princess Ileana sold the tiara to an important US jeweler, the gem was broken out of his setting and crumpled, probably of growth cracks. The gem was lost.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greville Diamond and Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara | Princess Eugenie Royal Wedding

Princess Eugenie, daughter of the Duke of York and his former wife Duchess Sarah, on her wedding day, wearing the Greville Diamond Kokoshnik Tiara, lent by her grandmother the Queen.

The royal tiara was made for Mrs Greville a famous jewellery collector, by Boucheron and bequeted to Elizabeth The Queen Mother in 1942, she wore it not in public, „In the bad time“… instead after the war.

Closed friends, from the beginning – Margaret Greville rose to become a millionairess and prominent society hostess and friend to the royalty and politicians. A ‚beeress‘, her father making millions from McEwans lager, following an advantageous marriage to one of Edward VII’s best friends, Captain Ronald Greville, Mrs. Greville created two magnificent houses, Polesden Lacy  now National Trust  and  the  opulent luxury, 16 Charles Street, Mayfair.
Mrs. „Ronnie“ Greville  courtship the Mountbattens and the Duke and Duchess of York, who became King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, and in fact,  both are honeymooned at Polesden Lacy. Among her friends she numbered Edward VII, Queen Mary, George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Queen Ena, Sir Ernest Cassel, the Rothschild and Mussolini. She lived  of tumultuous historic events, as  the halcyon years of the Edwardian era, the Roaring 20s, the Depression, two World Wars, and the London Blitz.

Dame Greville had no children and originally intended to leave – a lot of her jewellery was beyond beautiful, was bequeathed to the Royal Family who still wear it,

Greville Emerald Tiara Kokoshnik Princess Eugenie Royal Wedding
Greville Emerald Tiara Kokoshnik Princess Eugenie Royal Wedding Greville bequest –

Greville Emerald Tiara Kokoshnik Princess Eugenie Royal Wedding Mrs Greville wore the tiara on some royal occassion, as well as pictured on top in the second row in 1937, like a bandeau.

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QUEEN MOTHER’S JUWEL CASKET – Greville Diamond Necklace Collier Boucheron | Her Majesty the Queen Mother wearing the five row necklace, also a gift of Mrs Greville

Royal Sapphires |Wedding Gifts & Presents| Duchess of York | Sapphires Jewels of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

Princess Margaret’s Royal Sapphires and Diamond Brooch | Lady Sarah Snowdon-Chatto

Sunburst Diamond Brooch Pendant | Duchess of York | Royal Engagement Gifts & Presents | Jewels Queen Mother England

Pearl and diamond sautoir of pearls diamond side-pieces, diamond triangular endpiece and pearl drop| Marriage – The gift of Citizens of London

Pearl and diamond platinum sautoir necklace, emerald and diamond tassel | Royal Jewels | Wedding gift of the Countess of Strathmore

Wedding Gifts & Royal Presents| Duchess of York | Jewels of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother England

Diamond Spray Brooch | Royal Jewels Queen Mother |England British Royal Family| Princess Margaret Countess Snowdon

Art deco leaf brooch with Sapphire, diamond, emerald, amethyst and ruby | Cartier | Royal Jewels England

Diamond Gifts for the Royal Family 8.55ct solitaire marquise diamond was presented to Queen Elizabeth| England

Greville Diamond earrings and pearshaped Diamond pendants| England Royal Jewels

Greville Emerald and Diamond Koskoshnik|Boucheron Tiara | Royal Wedding Princess Eugenie England| Jewels of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

Queen Victoria’s Household Diamond Jubilee Diamond and tear-drop Pearl Brooch| Royal Historic Jewelry

Diamond Jubilee Sapphire Brooch | Queen Victoria | British Royal Jewels

The Diamond Jubilee Bracelet| Royal Imperial Jewels of Queen Victoria

The Diamond Fringe Brooch| Royal Jewels | Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Fringe Brooch| Royal Imperial Jewelry | Königin Victoria’s Diamantbrosche

Queen Victoria’s Emerald Jewels |Royal Jewel History | Königin Victoria’s Smaragd Schmuck

Royal Weddings| England U.K British Royals | Hochzeiten im englischen Königshaus

THE DONNERSMARCK DIAMONDS | Famous yellow diamonds history

One of Europe’s richest men, the handsome and charismatic 22-year-old Prussian industrialist and mining magnate was immediately captivated by La Païva’s seductive charms, extraordinary mind and business acumen. Their relationship was the talk of Paris high society and in 1871, the two were married.
Witness to one of the Great Love Stories of the 19th Century.
These historical diamonds were part of the celebrated jewellery collection of “La Païva”, one of the most famous 19th-century courtesans in Paris and a leading figure of contemporary cultural and artistic society find out more about the story of this important jewels and see it as tiara:

The Donnersmarck Diamonds |Tiara with yellow Diamonds | Jewels European Princely Family Donnersmarck

la Paivas yellow diamond Tiara Diadem | The Donnersmarck Diamonds |Tiara | Jewels European Princely Family
la Paivas yellow diamond Tiara Diadem | The Donnersmarck Diamonds |Tiara | Jewels European Princely Familie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Die Henckel-Donnersmarck Diamanten |cushion 102.54 cts
pear-shaped 82.47 cts Famous Yellow Fancy Diamonds
La Paiva | Das Wasserfall Diadem von Chaumet | Waterfall of Diamonds Tiara
Schmuck und Juwelen der Familie Henckel-Donnersmarck | Jewels of the Princely Family
Chaumet Diamant Eidechsen Royaler Schmuck Juwelen | CHAUMET Royal Jewels| Pair of Diamond Lizards
Diamond Tiara Countess Henckel-Donnersmarck
Boucheron Diamant Diadem | Henckel-Donnersmarck | Diamond Necklace -Tiara made by Boucheron
Die Smaragde der La Paiva | Necklace | The Emeralds of La Paiva Countess Henckel-Donnersmarck
Smaragd Diadem der Fürstin Henckel-Donnersmarck | Famous Emerald and Diamond Tiara
Die Perlen der Paiva |Imperial Royal Gems and Pearls History| Empress Eugenies Pearls onced owned by La Paiva

 

Die prachtvollen Donnersmarck Diamanten – Zeugnis einer der großartigsten Liebesgeschichten des 19. Jahrhunderts – Zur Auktion am 15. November 2017 bei Sotheby’s in Genf


Henckel-Donnersmarck Jewels | Princely Family | Famous Emeralds | la Paiva | Boucheron Tiara Diadem

Every of this historic jewel tells a story

Die Geschichte der Juwelen und  des Schmuck einer bedeutenden Fürstenfamilie

La Paivas Emeralds | Smaragde der Fürstin Henckel-Donnersmarck

Die Smaragde der La Paiva | The Emeralds of La Paiva Countess Henckel-Donnersmarck
Smaragd Diadem der Fürstin Henckel-Donnersmarck | Famous Emerald and Diamond Tiara
Die Henckel-Donnersmarck Diamanten | Yellow Diamonds
La Paiva | Das Wasserfall Diadem von Chaumet

Henckel-Donnersmarck Jewels a European Princely Family | Famous Emeralds | la Paiva Boucheron Tiara Diadem
Henckel-Donnersmarck Jewels a European Princely Family | Famous Emeralds | la Paiva Boucheron Tiara Diadem

Schmuck und Juwelen der Familie Henckel-Donnersmarck | Jewels of the Princely Family
Chaumet Diamant Eidechsen | A Pair of Diamond Lizards
Tiara Countess Henckel-Donnersmarck
Boucheron Diadem | Diamond Necklace -Tiara made by Boucheron

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Queen Augusta Viktoria of Portugal | Hohenzollern| Royal Jewels

Royal Rubies Ruby Diamond Necklace |Ruby Coronette Ruby Chocker Jewels | Queen Augusta Victoria of Portugal


mit Rubinen der Königin von Portugal, Prinzessin von Hohenzollern




Royal Ruby Jewels | Queen Augusta Victoria of Portugal


Lily-of-the-Valley Diamond Tiara | Muguet Diamond Tiara | Boucheron | Maiglöckchen Diamant Diadem


Zur Vermählung des ehemaligen Königs von Portugal mit der Prinzessin
Auguste Viktoria von Hohenzollern wird berichtet:
Royal Rubies Ruby Diamond Necklace |Ruby Coronette Ruby Chocker Jewels | Queen Augusta Victoria of Portugal
Rubinschmuck der Königin Auguste Viktoria von Portugal
Collier Choker Halsband von Cartier und Diadem mit Rubinen der Königin von Portugal, Prinzessin von Hohenzollern
Royal Ruby Jewels | Queen Augusta Victoria of Portugal
Royal Diamond Jewels lily of the valley Diamond Tiara | Boucheron | Augusta Victoria Queen of Portugal
Royal Diamond Jewels lily of the valley Diamond Tiara | Boucheron | Augusta Victoria Queen of Portugal
 

Lily-of-the-Valley Diamond Tiara | Muguet Diamond Tiara | Boucheron | Maiglöckchen Diamant Diadem

Zur Vermählung des ehemaligen Königs von Portugal mit der Prinzessin
Auguste Viktoria von Hohenzollern wird berichtet:

Aus den hohenzollernschen Landen strömten heute viele tausende in
das freundliche Residenzstädtchen Sigmaringen und in den stillen Straßen herrscht ein Treiben wie in einer Großstadt.
Krach von Böllerschüsse leiteten den Hochzeitsmorgen ein. Die nächsten Angehörigen der königlichen und fürstlichen Familie versammelten zunächst mit dem Brautpaar zu einer stillen Messe in der Kirche.

Die Messe zelebrierte der K a r d i n a l p a t r i a r ch von Lissabon der im Schloß Wohnung genommen hat. Nach Schluß der Messe unternahm das Brautpaar eine kurze Spazierfahrt durch die Residenz.

Die Ziviltrauung, die der preuß. Minster des königlichen Hauses Graf zu Eulenburg  vornahm, fand um 11 Uhr im Schloß statt! Unmittelbar daraus erfolgte die Trauung in der Pfarrkirche. Vom Portal des Schloss bis zur Kirche war ein überdachter, mit Weingrün geschmückter Gang gebaut worden, durch den das Brautpaar und die Hochzeitsgäste ihren Weg nahmen, Das Schloß und seine Umgebung waren in weitem Umkreis abgesperrt. Aus dem Weg vom Schloß zur Kirche bildeten weißgekleidete Mädchen und Bauernmädchen in hohenzollernschen Trachten einen Blumenstreuenden Spalier.
Brautpaar voraus schritt der Hofmarschall Frst v. Wangenheim; es folgte das Brautpaar, die Braut im Myrtenkranz. der Bräutigam Exkönig Manuel im Frack, die Brust mit Orden bedeckt. Unter dem Geläut der Glocken bewegte sich der Zug langsam vorwärts. Die lange Schleppe des Brautkleides wurde von drei Hofdamen getragen. Der  Patriarch von Lissabon empfing den Brautzug am Portal der Kirche. Beim Einzug der führt der Kardinalpatriarch mit den Benediktinern, die große, brennende Kerzen trugen, dem Zuge voran. Dann folgte unter einem von,
Männern getragenen Baldachin das Brautpaar, das bei seinem Eintritt in die Kirche mit lauten Fanfarenklängen begrüßt wurde.
Brautpaar stellte sich in kurzer Entfernung vor dem Altar auf. Die Fürstlichkeiten gruppierten sich in folgender Reihe:
die Königinmutter Amelie von Portugal, der Fürst von Hohenzollern, der Herzog von Aojta, Prinz von Wales. Prinz Karl von Hohenzollern, der Infant von Spanien, der Großherzog von Baden, der Herzog von Koburg.
Rechts postierten sich: die Großherzogenwitwe Luise von Baden. Prinz August Wilhelm von Preußen, Grossherzogin Hilda von Baden, der Herzog von Genua, die
Infantin von Spanien, Prinz Johann Georg von Sachsen usw.
Trauungszeremonie leitete der Kardinalpatriarch von Lissabon,der den Trauungsakt in portugiesischer Sprache vollzog, der Bräutigam und die Braut bedienten sich der portugischen Sprache, als sie ihr Jawort sprachen. Die eigentliche Traurede hielt der Fürstabt von Einsiedel.
Nach der Rede folgte wieder Orgelspiel und Chorgesang darauf bewegte sich der Hochzeitszug zum Schlosse zurück, wo einiger Zeit das Hochzeitsmahl stattfand. Hierbei hielt der Fürst von Hohenzollern folgende Tischrede:
„Meine geliebte Tochter, soeben hast du den Herzensbunt ganze Leben geschlossen, um deinem Manne zu folgen und Elternhaus zu verlassen. Mit dir zieht der Sonnenschein unhäusliche Freude aus diesem Schloß und wenn ich dir heute!
innige Segenswünsche mit auf den Weg gebe, so tue ich es ohne aufrichtigen Dank für alles, was du mir in kindlichem trauen und in treuer Liebe geschenkt hast. Bon heute an g,du für alle Zukunft deinem Manne an, sei ihin die treue
und Hilfe, die opferbereite Gefährtin des Freudes und Leid
ihm sein Glück und Sonnenschein in schweren, sorgenvollen >vi.
in heiteren Tagen. Und du, mein lieber Manuel, du hols!
heim deine junge Frau, die dir freudig folgt, um alles m
zu teilen, Freude und Schmerz. Der soeben geschlossene He
bund. der in euren Herzen jubelnde Hoffnungen erweckt, c
dir aber auch schwere Pflichten auf. Halte deine Frau hot
heilig und sei ihr Richtschnur und Ziel in ihrem Leben, s
aber auch der Mann, zu dem sie freudig und stolz empor!
kann. Zum drittenmal innerhalb eines Zeitraumes von w
mehr als fünfzig Jahren verbinden sich die uralten erla
Häuser von Portugal und Hohenzollern. Für diese Verbind»»
scn wir Gottes reichsten Segen erhoffen. Mit unserem 22
vereinigen wir das Gebet zweier Verklärter vor Gottes ?
Deiner treuen Mutter, liebe Tochter und des geliebten 2
lieber Manuel. Sie beide blicken segnend auf euch und
Bund herunter. Zum Schluß noch eins: In eurer Ehe se
Wahlspruch, der Wahlspruch meines Hauses: Nihil sine deo
wer auf Gott vertraut, der hat aus festen Grund gebaut.“
Das jungvermählte Paar begibt sich heute abend im Auto
nach Ulm und besteigt dort den Schnellzug nach München,
einige Tage in der Villa der Prinzessin Friedrich von Hohenzollern
verweilen wird.

 

Verspätete Hochzeitsgeschenke. Die Verzögerung in der Beförderung des Hochzeitsgeschenke für den Exkönig Manuel wird damit begründet, daß der
Absender die Zollformalitäten noch nicht erledigt habe.
In Lissabon und Oporto, sowie in den verschiedensten Provinzen war für ein Hochzeitsgeschenk an Dom Manuel von Braganza und seine Braut gesammelt worden.
In den meisten Fällen soll nach royalistischer das Ergebnis die Erwartungen bei weitem übertroffen haben.
König Manuel jedoch habe ausdrücklich bestimmt, daß nur ein Teil der Summen für ein Geschenk benutzt werden sollte. Der Rest, d. h. der größte Teil, solle vielmehr zur
Unterstützung für aus dem Gefängnis entlassene Anhänger der royalistischen Bewegung Verwendung finden.
Die Bauern der Provinz Minho stifteten der Braut ein vollständiges Kostüm, wie es die dortigen Bäuerinnen tragen. Das Geschenk sollte in einem alten Zedernschrank
aus dem sechzehnten Jahrhundert nach Sigmaringen geschickt werden. Das Geschenk der Stadt Oporto ist ein goldener Juwelenkasten in Form einer antiken portugiesischen Truhe. Er ist mit feinen Goldfiligranarbeiten und wertvollen Steinen geschmückt. Auf dem Deckel befinden sich die verschlungenen Wappen von Braganza und Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen in Emaillearbeit. Die Krone, die
über dem Wappenbilde schwebt, ist reich mit Perlen und Diamanten besetzt.  Das Geschenk der „Stadt Lissabon an ihren König“, wie die Aufschrift lautet, ist von großem künstlerischen und materiellen Wert. Es stellt eine dreimastige Fregatte dar, ist aus reinem Silber getrieben undruht auf silbernen Wogen. Dies Geschenk soll allein 80 000 Mark wert sein. Manuels Geschenk an die Prinzessin war ein Platin Halsband mit 2000 Diamanten besetzt, in Lisabon gefertigt.

All of the royal families sent costly gifts, the service of silver plate for the table sent by King Georg and Queen Mary bore the inscribtion „To King Manoel, on the occasion of his marriage, from  his affectionate cousins, King Georg and Queen Mary„. Queen Alexandra sent him a gold wine flagon, with the following inscription:“ For my dear Manoel, King of Portugal, from his affectionate aunt, Alexandra“. The Duke of Orleans has sent his nephe a superbly jewelled clock one of the Louis XV treasures.

Her wedding dowry is said to be Punds100000,–
Source: 1913The Age;Pittsburgh Press1913;

Queen of Portugal | Royal Jewels | Rubin Diamant Collier Königlicher Rubinschmuck

Victoria Augusta of Portugal |

Orleans Braganca Diamond Tiara

Royal Emerald Parure | Schmuck und Juwelen von Marie Amélie d’Orléans Königin von Portugal

Amalia Königin von Portugal | Schmuck Hochzeit Geschenke| Necklace of Sapphire and Diamonds | Royal Marriage

Amelie Queen of Portugal Royal Jewels wedding gifts| Diamond Fringe Tiara | Strahlen Diadem | Royal Marriage

Queen Amalie of Portugal |Rainha de Portugal Jóias| Emerald Royal Jewels | Smaragde der Königin

Amalie von Portugal| Royale Juwelen |Smaragd Schmuck der Königin