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Bourbon-Parma |Borbón-Parma Royal Jewellery & Aristocratic Jewels

Art Deco Necklace – Sautoir | Cartier | Royal Jewels Romania

The forgotten treasure in the ground of the trinket box

Diamond Art Deco Sautoir Necklace from Cartier

After Queen Anne wore it on her wedding day in Athens on 10 June 1948, it was forgotten in a box and nobody realized it was a costly item, once part of the famous large Sapphire Necklace of Queen Marie of Romania and worn on her coronation.

After her death in 1937, she left the sautoir and the large sapphire to her daughter-in-law, Princess Helena of Greece, Crown Princess of Romania.

On 17th November 1947, when the future Queen Elizabeth II married Prince Philip, she wore the diamond sautoir, on the pre-wedding ball together with the greek key or meander diamond tiara.

Art deco Diamond Sautoir, Necklace, Collier, from the famous large sapphireQueen Mother Helene of Romania, On 17th November 1947, when the future Queen Elizabeth II married Prince Philip, she wore the diamond sautoir, on the pre-wedding ball together with the greek key or meander diamond tiara.
Art deco Diamond Sautoir, Necklace, Collier, from the famous large sapphireQueen Mother Helene of Romania, On 17th November 1947, when the future Queen Elizabeth II married Prince Philip, she wore the diamond sautoir, on the pre-wedding ball together with the greek key or meander diamond tiara.

Large Sapphire Necklace Queen Marie of Romania|Art Deco Diamond Sautoir Cartier |Queen Mother Helene, Princess of Greece|Royal Jewel History


Imperial Royal Jewel History |Princess Ileana of Romania wearing the Sapphire Tiara


Maria Pawlowna Grandduchess Vladimir wearing the Royal Sapphire Tiara

Tsarin Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Nikolaus I. and the Imperial Royal Sapphires


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Pearl and Diamond Tiara | Royal Wedding Gift to Queen Elisabeth | Queen Marie of Romania

Queen Marie of Romania| Pearl and Diamond Tiara Cartier |Art Deco Diadem |Royal Jewel History

Jewels Wedding gifts to Princess Marie of Edinburgh| Crown Princess of Romania list of the Royal Jewelry |Bijuteriile Reginei Maria

Royal Wedding Presents | Juwelen und Schmuck Hochzeitsgeschenke an Kronprinzessin Marie von Rumänien|Bijuteriile Reginei Maria

Royal Wedding gifts to Princess Marie of Edinburgh| Royal Jewelry|Bijuteriile Reginei Maria

Royale Imperiale Geschenke zur Hochzeit an Prinzessin Marie von Edinburgh|Bijuteriile Reginei Maria

Royal Marriage Gift Duchess of Edinburgh |Diamant Brillantkreuz Anhänger ein Hochzeitsgeschenk der Herzogin von Edinburgh|Bijuteriile Reginei Maria

Royal Jewel History| Sapphire Tiara Queen Marie Romania |Bijuteriile Reginei Maria||Königin Marie von Rumänien und ihre Saphir Diadem

Schmuck und Juwelen des Königshaus Rumänien – Romania Royal Jewels|Bijuteriile Reginei Maria

Krönung und Krone der Königin von Rumänien | Royal Jewels Coronation Crown of the Queen|Bijuteriile Reginei Maria

Royal Jewels gifts to Queen of Romania|Imperial Historic Royal Jewelry|Bijuteriile Reginei Maria

Royal Imperial Jewels of Queen Marie of Romania| The jewels of Queen Marie of Romania hidden in a villa in Moscow

Queen Marie of Romania| Gift of her father the Duke of Edinburgh| Head Ornament Mistletoe sprig of diamonds| Boucheron

Queen Marie of Romania| Wedding Gift| Princess Marie of Edinburgh| Royal Circlet Diamond Tiara

Greek Key Tiara with Diamonds of Grand Duchess Viktoria Melitta|Bijuteriele Reginei| Romania Royal Jewel History

Queen Helen | Romanaia Greek Key Tiara with Diamonds | Grand Duchess Viktoria Melitta

Queen Marie-Antoinette Diamonds|Diamants de Coronne |Infanta Alicia Duchess of Calabria| France Royal Jewels

Diamond Bracelets Queen Marie-Antoinette Diamonds|Diamants de Coronne |Infanta Alicia Duchess of Calabria| France Imperial Royal Jewels

Bourbon Parma Royal Ruby Diamond Art Deco Parure| Alicia of Bourbon Parma Chaumet | Infanta of Spain Laula Calabria

Sapphire Parure made for Princess Alicia of Borbón Parma by Chaumet Paris | Spain Royal Family

The important pair of diamond bracelets are worn and pictured from: Maria Anna von Habsburg (1882 -1940), Archduchess of Austria as choker, both bracelets together >>


Royal Jewel l Spanish History Spain María Cristina de Borbón-Dos Sicilias Royal Jewel Spanish History Spain

Ancona Tiara | Pearls and Diamond Diadem| Royal House of Sachsen| Duchess of Calabria

Grand Duchess Maria Anna of Tuscany’s Ancona Tiara

Tiara of Princess Maria Anna of Saxony, Grandduchess of Tuscany

Tiara of Princess Maria Anna of Saxony, Grandduchess of Tuscany

This imposing attractive and historically important pearl and diamond tiara was made circa 1817 for Princess Maria Anna of Saxony 1799-1832 on the occasion of her marriage to Leopoldo II, Grand Duke of Tuscany 1797-1870 at Castle Pillnitz near Dresden. The Grand Duchess died very young and the Grand Duke married secondly, in 1833 Donna Maria Antoinietta of Bourbon, Princess of Two Sicilies 1814-1898.

Nassau Sapphire and Diamond Tiara| Grand Duchess Adelaide Marie of Luxembourg

Diamond and Sapphire Tiara Adelaide Marie | Grand Duchess of Luxembourg| Royal Jewel History
Erzherzogin Gabrielle von Habsburg Hochzeits Diadem | Saphir Diamant Tiara der Grossherzogin Adelaide Marie von Luxemburg
Nassau Sapphire and Diamond Tiara| Grand Duchess Adelaide Marie of Luxembourg | Archduchess Gabrielle of Habsburg| Wedding Princess Bourbon Parma| Erzherzogin Gabrielle von Österreich Hochzeits Tiara
Nassau Sapphire and Diamond Tiara| Grand Duchess Adelaide Marie of Luxembourg | Archduchess Gabrielle of Habsburg| Wedding Princess Bourbon Parma| Erzherzogin Gabriella von Österreich Hochzeits Tiara
Diamond and Sapphire Tiara Adelaide Marie | Grand Duchess of Luxemburg| Nassau-Weilburg Hausschmuck

Maria Antonia Duchess of Parma, Infanta of Portugal| Royal Jewel History

Maria Antonia Duchess of Parma, Infanta of Portugal. On 15 October 1884 at Schloss Fischorn, Maria Antonia married Robert I, Duke of Parma as his second wife. She was the mother of Empress Zita.⁣
She is pictured with one of my favorite diamond tiaras.⁣
Princess Irene of the Netherlands, did also wear the beautiful diamond Bourbon-Parma-Tiara, of the family of her husband. Some diamonds of the tiara are from the Duchess of Angoulême, daughter of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette, she left France in 1830 to Austria. It is said that the tiara was made in Vienna – probably by the court jeweler Köchert, like an older tiara once owned by the Duchess built in style of the XIX siecle by the jeweller of the French crown. The centerpiece is changeable.⁣

This tiara belonged to the Bourbon-Parma family and had been deposed to a lawyer in Paris. Unfortunately it seems to have been lost actually since 1996. The Parma Tiara was trusted, at that time, to an attorney office in the late 90s by Princess Marie-Cécilie of Bourbon-Parma, while succession procedures took place. Mysteriously the tiara „got lost“ and the attorney office had to pay € 3.022.500 to the Bourbon-Parma family.⁣

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