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Battenberg Pearls Pearl Necklace Pearl String| Princess Victoria of Hesse, Princess of Battenberg|Countess Milford Haven

Battenberg Pearls Pearl Necklace Pearl String| Princess Victoria of Hesse, Princess of Battenberg|Countess Milford Haven⁣

Royal Pearls, Pearl and Diamond Pendant Earrings Battenberg Mountbatten Jewels | Royal Jewelry History England|Mountbatten Perlen Schmuck

From the Family Mountbatten of Burma| Royal Jewelry Battenberg Pearls Pearl Necklace Pearl String| Princess Victoria of Hesse, Princess of Battenberg| Countess Milford Haven Historic Royal Jewels History
From the Family Mountbatten of Burma| Royal Jewelry Battenberg Pearls Pearl Necklace Pearl String| Princess Victoria of Hesse, Princess of Battenberg| Countess Milford Haven Historic Royal Jewels History

Pearl and Diamond Brooch Battenberg Pearls |Princess Alice Grand Duchess of Hesse by Rhine | Royal Marriage presents |England German Royal Jewels

Battenberg Pearls Pearl Necklace Pearl String| Princess Victoria of Hesse, Princess of Battenberg| Countess Milford Haven Historic Royal Jewels History

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.Meander | Greek Key | La grecque| grecque Méandre | Mäander
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

Infanta Doña Luisa de Orleans| Wedding Princess Louise of Orléans | Louise Princess of Bourbon Two Sicilies | Royal Jewel History

Princess Louise of France was the youngest daughter of Philippe d’Orléans 1838–1894, Count of Paris and claimant to the French throne as „Philippe VII“. Her mother was Princess Marie Isabelle d’Orléans 1848–1919, daughter of Antoine, Duke of Montpensier, and Infanta Luisa Fernanda of Spain.

In the year 1907, Princess Louise of Orleans married Infant Carlos Prince of Bourbon Two Sicilies and widower of María de las Mercedes, Princess of Asturias.

Princess Louise of Orléans|Princess Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies|Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Marriage Presents Royal Jewel History

Ruby and Diamond Diadem, Ruby Diamond Necklace, Ruby Diamond Bracelet, Princess Louise of Orléans|Princess Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies|Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Mariage Presents Royal Jewel History
Princess Louise of Orléans|Princess Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies|Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Mariage Presents Royal Jewel History
Belle Epoque Diamond Tiara | Louise Duke of Orleans -Braganza branche de Vassouras| Royal Jewel History

Ruby and Diamond Diadem, Ruby Diamond Necklace, Ruby Diamond Bracelet, Princess Louise of Orléans|Princess Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies|Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Marriage Presents Royal Jewel History

Garland Tiara, Bow and Ribbon Tiara, Belle Epoque tiara,Ruby and Diamond Diadem, Ruby Diamond Necklace, Ruby Diamond Bracelet, Princess Louise of Orléans|Princess Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies|Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Mariage Presents Royal Jewel History
Garland Tiara, Bow and Ribbon Tiara, Belle Epoque tiara, Ruby and Diamond Diadem, Ruby Diamond Necklace, Ruby Diamond Bracelet, Princess Louise of Orléans|Princess Carlos of Bourbon-Two Sicilies|Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Marriage Presents Royal Jewel History

Belle Epoque Diamond Tiara | Louise Duke of Orleans -Braganza branche de Vassouras| Royal Jewel History

Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna Romanov Sapphires | Royal Imperial Jewel History

The barely seventeen-year-old Princess Cecilia of Baden (1839-1891) married on August 16, 1857 the Grand Duke Mikhail Nikolayevich Romanov (1832-1909), the youngest son of Tsar Nicholas I and Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna. Prior to marrying, it was necessary for Cecilia to accept the Russian Orthodox faith.
So she was baptized on August 15, 1857 in a ceremony, being given the name Olga Feodorovna Ольга Фёдоровна.

Her jewelry is famous, and her sapphire parure was later owned by two of her children the Grand Duchess Anastasia Michaelovna Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg Schwerin and her Grand Duke Mikhail Mikhailovich Romanov, who sells them to Henry Lascelles, later the Earl of Harewood, it was his wedding gift to Princess Mary of Great Britain, see in the picture below.

She wore it as stomacher and devante de corsage, or used single ornaments as brooches. The Princess Royal had no pierced ears, so she wore no earrings.

Olga Fjodorowna Ольга Фёдоровна Olga Feodorovna Romanov Sapphire necklace parure Princess Royal Great Britain Ireland| Viscountess Lascelles | Princess Cecilia of Baden Countess Harewood Royal Jewel History#gemstonejewelry #gemstones #jewelrydesigner #jewelrydesign #gems #jewels #jewelry sapphire diamond necklace parure russia romanov history россия романовы история сапфиры колье бриллианты украшения драгоценности шокконтент Princess Cecilia of Baden
I The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – The Romanov Imperial Sapphire Necklace /Devante de Corsage of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna once owned by Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna consort of the youngest son of Emperor Nicholas

Sapphire Diamond Necklace of the Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna | Harewood Sapphire Necklace

Sapphires Romanov Jewels and Diamonds of the Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna

Jewels and Diamonds of the Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna
Jewellery of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna the Sapphire Parure Princess Cecilia of Baden
Jewels and Diamonds of the Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna
Jewellery of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna the Sapphire Parure
Romanov Jewellery of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna| Sapphire and Diamond Tiara Sapphire Stomacher

Romanov Jewellery of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna| Sapphire and Diamond Tiara Sapphire Stomacher

Grand Duchess Anastasia Mihailovna Romanov Imperial Sapphires | Sapphire Parure of Grand Duchess Olga Fjodorovna

Grand Duchess Anastasia Mihailovna Romanov Imperial Sapphires | Sapphire Parure of Grand Duchess Olga Fjodorovna collier sapphire necklace

Grand Duchess Anastasia Mihailovna Romanov with the sapphire necklace of her mother, Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna, who died in 1891.

Anastasia Michailovna Romanov inherited part of her mother's enormous jewelry collection, including an extensive rare collection of rubies that she had Boucheron and Chaumet remodeled, as well as this Sapphire and Diamond Parure with Sapphire Kokoshnik and Saphir Diamant Devante de Corsage, in knot optics and diamond fringes.

The Romanov Sapphire are later owned by their brother, Grand Duke Mikhail Mikhailovich Romanov, who sells them to Henry Lascelles, later the Earl of Harewood
Grand Duchess Anastasia Mihailovna Romanov Imperial Sapphires | Sapphire Parure of Grand Duchess Olga Fjodorovna

Diamond Fringe Kokoshnik Romanov Jewellery of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna| Diamond Tiara

Olga Fjodorowna Ольга Фёдоровна sapphire parure Romanov Grand Duchess of Russia
Olga Fjodorowna Ольга Фёдоровна Sapphires left side seen worn on Princess Royal Mary

The Romanov sapphire and diamond necklace, was sold, but two items in knot design are still worn by the Countess Harewood, Andrea Lascelles on her wedding day and later when she was seen with Queen Victoria’s Sapphire Coronet, probably as earrings.

Countess Harewood, wedding - earpendant Andrea Lady  Lascelles wore sapphire and diamond earrings on her wedding and later together with Queen Victorias Sapphire Coronet Romanov Sapphires from Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovnas Sapphire parure  - two items in the family
Countess Harewood Andrea Lady Lascelles wore sapphire and diamond earrings, probably 2items of the Romanov sapphires in knot design, on her wedding and later together with Queen Victorias Sapphire Coronet

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond tiara| Important Sapphire

Queen Mary| Cluster Emerald and Diamond Brooch with Emerald pendant|Queens Brooches|Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

The Cambridge Emeralds – History and the stories behind the jewels

Duchess Mary of Teck |Cambridge Emerald Stomacher| Cluster Emerald and Diamond Brooch with Emerald pendant|Queen Elizabeth II|Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Duchess Mary of Teck |Cambridge Emerald Stomacher| Cluster Emerald and Diamond Brooch with Emerald pendant|Queen Elizabeth II|Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland – Emeralds in old version
Queen Elizabeth II| Cambridge Cluster Emerald and Diamond Brooch with Emerald pendant|Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Queen Elizabeth II| Cambridge Cluster Emerald and Diamond Brooch without Emerald pendant|Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Queen Mary| Cluster Emerald and Diamond Brooch with Emerald pendant|Queens Brooches|Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Queen Mary| Cluster Emerald and Diamond Brooch with Emerald pendant|Queens Brooches|Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Queen Mary| Cluster Emerald and Diamond Brooch with Emerald pendant|Queens Brooches|Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Duchess Mary of Teck |Cambridge Emerald Stomacher| Cluster Emerald and Diamond Brooch with Emerald pendant|Queen Elizabeth II|Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Lady Ludlow Diamond Scroll Tiara | Noble Royal Diamonds Jewelry | Alice Wernher Mankiewicz |Important Pearls Jewels

Lady Ludlow Diamond Scroll Tiara | Noble Royal Diamonds Jewelry | Alice Wernher Mankiewicz |Important Pearls Jewels#uk #unitedkingdom #greatbritain #england #britisharistocracy #britishnobility #nobility #aristocracy #noble #aristocrat #thecounts #count #earl #conde #comte #graf #countess #comtesse #condesa #grafin  #highsociety
Lady Ludlow Diamond Scroll Tiara | Noble Royal Diamonds Jewelry | Alice Wernher Mankiewicz |Important Pearls Jewels

The story behind the pearls – a gift from Sir Julius Wernher to his wife….

Lady Wernher Alice Mankiewicz| Countess Abercorn |Sir Julius Wernher Important Pearls Jewels

Lady Ludlow Diamond Scroll Tiara | Noble Royal Diamonds Jewelry | Alice Wernher Mankiewicz |Important Pearls Jewels

Diamond Laurel Wreath Tiara |Noble Diamond Jewelry | Lady Howard de Walden | Heirloom Jewels History
Lady Howard de Walden Pearl Necklace | Famous Pearl Strings |Noble Jewels
Diamond Starbust and Oak Leaves with acorns Tiara |Noble Emerald Jewelry | Lady Howard de Walden | Heirloom Jewels History
Lady Howard de Walden| Countess Irene of Harrach | big diamond tiara in fine design of oak-leaves and acorns alternating with suns rising from leaves
Lady Howard de Walden| Wedding of Countess Irene of Harrach | Nobel Diamond Jewels

Diamant Chocker Collier de Chien by Koechert | Emperor of Austria Wedding Gift| Princess Alexandra of Hanover-Cumberland Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

The story of historic jewelry

Diamant Chocker Collier de Chien by Koechert | Jewels from the Emperor of Austria Wedding Gift| Princess Alexandra of Hanover-Cumberland Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin #royaljewellery #royalwedding #royalhouses  #monarchy  #royalty  royals  #realezas #koechert #mecklenburgschwerin #grandduchess #großherzogin #grossherzoginalexandra
Diamant Chocker Collier de Chien by Koechert | Jewels from the Emperor of Austria Wedding Gift| Princess Alexandra of Hanover-Cumberland Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin
https://royal-magazin.de/german/mecklenburg-schwerin/mecklenburg-hanover-alexandra-koechert-chocker-bandeau-grand-duchesse.htm

Diamant Chocker Collier de Chien by Koechert | Jewels from the Emperor of Austria Wedding Gift| Princess Alexandra of Hanover-Cumberland Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin

Imperial Pearls and Diamonds of the Grand Duchess Maria Georgievna of Russia | Princess Maria of Greece and Denmark

Two more of the wedding gift of Tsar Nikolas II and Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna to Grand Duchess Marie Georgievna Romanov:

From her jewel album, we see on the kokoshnik eight diamond buttons as center of the stars, a sautoir – link chain in diamond as frame on the kokoshnik from the Empress Dowager Marie Feodorovna, and the hanging 4-rows of pearls with a large sapphire and diamond clasp(not seen) from the Emperor and Empress of Russia.

The pearl choker on her neck is also with a matching clasp, a cluster with sapphire cabochon and double row of diamonds.

On top an four pedal clover on large diamonds, a earlier present of the groom.

In front of her gown are also diamond buttons from the grooms mother Empress Olga Feodorovna, in total 16 in two sizes. On the head we could see a link chain in large diamond, probably the present of Empress Dowager Marie Feodorovna.

The ruby and diamond stomacher is an heirloom of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna Romanov, she left it to her son Grand Duke Georg Mihailovich.

Imperial Pearls and Diamonds of the Grand Duchess Maria Georgievna of Russia | Princess Maria of Greece and Denmark

Imperial Pearls and Diamonds of the Grand Duchess Maria Georgievna of Russia | Princess Maria of Greece and Denmark

Queen Hortense HOlland Sapphire Parure | Imperial Jewels| NAPOLEON Bonaparte

PROVENANCE OF THE IMPERIAL SAPPHIRE PARURE

A cord in writing, found between the boxes of jewels, stated that these sapphire jewels were given to Grand Duchess Stephanie of Baden, by her cousin Hortense de Beauharnais, Queen of Holland.

Such an origin is very likely. In many paintings Queen Hortense of Holland, and her mother Empress Josephine, can be seen wearing precious belts. Furthermore, Hortense’s financial papers, which are kept in the Napoléon archive in Paris, give evidence of her fortune between 1817 and 1837, the year she passed away. They show that she left Paris in 1816 with little money, but a lot of jewellery.

Queen Hortense Holland Sapphire Parure | Imperial Jewels| NAPOLEON Bonaparte  Beauharnais , Grand Duchess Stephanie of Bade Grossherzogin von Baden
Queen Hortense Holland Sapphire Parure | Imperial Jewels| NAPOLEON Bonaparte

After Grand Duchess Stephanie’s of Baden death in 1860 the sapphire parure described as

‘necklace, pendant, earrings, seven pins and a belt’

was inherited by Stephanie’s second daughter, Josephine, Princess of Hohenzollern Sigmaringen.

See at the coronation picture, the sisters of Napoleon Caroline, Pauline, Elise and Hortense are in court gown with „jeweled belts“ and „bandeau head ornaments“ also stetted with large pins of precious centers, like the brooches and pins.

Bandeau sapphire tiara sapphire diadem, Queen Hortense Holland Sapphire Parure | Imperial Jewels| NAPOLEON Bonaparte  Beauharnais , Grand Duchess Stephanie of Bade Grossherzogin von Baden
Queen Hortense Holland Sapphire Parure | Imperial Jewels| Beauharnais NAPOLEON Bonaparte

Under Napoléon’s court, belts decorated with precious stones were part of any jewellery parure, as fashion dictated that the waist was very high on dresses and court ladies needed a belt which was placed just under the décolleté. More about the history:

Queen Hortense Imperial Sapphire Parure |Jewel History Holland| Napoleon Bonaparte

Queen Hortense Imperial Sapphire Parure Sapphire Tiara, Sapphire Belt, Sapphire Necklace, Sapphire Pins &Brooch|Jewel History Holland| Napoleon Bonaparte

Queen ALexandra| Royal Weddin Presents

India Diamond Emerald Necklace of Queen Alexandra | Indian Collar Resille Edwardian Style|Queen Victoria Royal Wedding Gift

Queen Alexandra, at the Duchess of Devonshire’s costume ball, is wearing another wedding present.

India Diamond Emerald Necklace of Queen Alexandra | Indian Collar Resille Edwardian Style|Queen Victoria Royal Wedding Gift

Queen Alexandra, at the Duchess of Devonshire’s costume ball, is wearing another wedding present.

In 1863, she received from Queen Victoria this suite of Indian ornaments, comprising a collar, armlet and two bracelets, made from uncut emeralds, diamonds and pearls. The seven-row collar of pearl and emerald beads was hung with a multitude of pearl drops and diamond pendants, which were enamelled on the back.

The suite Indian ornaments, consisting corsage, pair bracelets, and armlet, entirely composed of pearls, emeralds, and diamonds, the gift of the Queen.
These are, indeed, " barbaric gold and genu," for all the jewels having been cut and set in India are of course ia the pure Oriental style—that is to say, the diamonds are flat and lustreless, and the fine are drilled through and spoilt by holes in fact, though the value of this present must be very great, it is much more curious than beautiful, and the much resemble coramon glass as it is ia the power of such rich and rare gems do.
Queen Alexandra on the Devonshire Coronation Jubilee Ball – Diamonds and Pearls – Indian pearl necklace

In 1863, she received from Queen Victoria this suite of Indian ornaments, comprising a collar, armlet and two bracelets, made from uncut emeralds, diamonds and pearls. The seven-row collar of pearl and emerald beads was hung with a multitude of pearl drops and diamond pendants, which were enamelled on the back.

The suite Indian ornaments, consisting corsage, pair bracelets, and armlet, entirely composed of pearls, emeralds, and diamonds, the gift of the Queen…..