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Diamond Choker Collier de Chien Princess Elisabeth zu Ysenburg und Büdingen, Princess zu Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg- Glücksburg | Wedding Jewels

Wedding of Princess Elisabeth of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg in 1975 with the Prince of Ysenburg-Büdingen, wearinge her Grandmothers necklace 33333333332222Princess Alexandra of Hanover-Cumberland Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin Diamant Chocker Collier de Chien by Koechert | Jewels from the Emperor of Austria Wedding Gift|
Wedding of Princess Elisabeth of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg in 1975 with the Prince of Ysenburg-Büdingen, the bride wore her Grandmothers necklace

Princess Elisabeth of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg granddaughter of Alexandra Grand Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin| Wedding jewels in the year 1975 as bride| Diamond Chocker Collier de Chien by Koechert| Emperor of Austria Wedding Gift

Hohenzollern – Duke d´ Sangro Chaumet Tiara |Diadem Necklace| Royal Jewels


updated – from the year 2008

In 1933, on the instructions of the Duke of Sangro, an old Italy noble family, Chaumet Paris made up the present tiara from a ribbon necklace which was originally owned by the Hohenzollern family.

Duke of Sangro, Chaumet Paris made up the present tiara from a ribbon necklace which was originally owned by the German Royal House of Hohenzollern familiy. Flower Tiara, Spray Diadem chaumet tiara chaumet diadem
Duke of Sangro, Chaumet Paris made up the present tiara from a ribbon necklace which was originally owned by the German Royal House of Hohenzollern familiy. Flower Tiara, Spray Diadem chaumet tiara chaumet diadem

Wedding of Duke Adolf Friedrich of Mecklenburg-Schwerin | Princess Feodora von Reuß-Schleiz 1917

1917 Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin wedding - marriage Princess Feodora zu Reuss-Schleiz - Herzogin von Mecklenburg Fringe Tiara wedding bridal jewels Royal Tiaras Diademe Kokoshnik as necklace Joyas reales German Royal Family - Diademe, Tiare, Joyas, Kokoshnik, Brautkrone Herzogin Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Bridal Crown Mecklenburg-Schwerin Duchess
Princess Feodora zu Reuss-Schleiz – Duchess von Mecklenburg |Bridal Crown Mecklenburg-Schwerin
1917 Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin wedding - marriage Princess Feodora zu Reuss-Schleiz - Herzogin von Mecklenburg Fringe Tiara wedding bridal jewels
1917 Herzog von Mecklenburg-Schwerin & Prinzessin Feodora zu Reuss-Schleiz | Herzogin von Mecklenburg Fringe Tiara wedding bridal jewels Royal Tiaras

Feodora Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin| Princess Victoria Feodora of Reuss-Schleiz|Bridal Crown Wedding in 1917|Royal Imperial Jewelry

Viktoria Feodora Herzogin zu Mecklenburg-Schwerin| Prinzessin Viktoria Feodora zu Reuss-Schleiz|Mecklenburg-Schwerin Diamant-Brautkrone 1917|Royal Imperial Jewelry

Fürstin Waldeck Pyrmont Diamond Flower Tiara | German Royal Jewel History

Fürstin Waldeck Pyrmont Diamond Flower Tiara, German, Royal Jewel History, Flower tiara diademe diademas,tiare,tiaras,joyas,royaltiara,princesstiara,royals,royaljewellery,flower brooches in diamond, important diadem of flower heads,diamond flowers tiara diadem,diamant diadem, princess,Prinzessin Nassau, Prinzessin Altburg, Princess Guda,fürstin zu Waldeck pyrmont, Fürstin Waldeck-Pyrmont, Family Jewels,historic jewels, german royals, royalty

Fürstin Bathildis zu Waldeck -Pyrmont , Prinzessin Altburg zu Waldeck und Pyrmont und Prinzessin Guda zu Waldeck-Pyrmont

Duchess of Albany Wedding | Heirloom Jewels Fürstin Helene zu Waldeck-Pyrmont, Princess of Nassau

Wedding Jewels | Princess Helen of Waldeck -Pyrmont Duchess of Albany | Hochzeits-Schmuck

Princess Helen’s Snake Bracelet | Prinzessin Helene’s Schlangenarmband aus Brillanten

The Wedding gifts of Duchess Helen | Die Hochzeitsgeschenke der Herzogin Helen Albany in engl.

Princess Waldeck -Pyrmonts Portrait a gift of the Queen | Geschenkeliste zur Vermählung in Deutsch

Wedding presents, Bracelets for Helen Princess of Waldeck-Pyrmont | Schmuck -Armbänder zur Hochzeit

Princess Isabella of Croy – Princess Franz of Bavaria | Diamond Flower and Leaf Tiara | Royal Jewel History

Flower and Leaf Tiara Diamond Diadem Heirloom of the Haus Bayern and Wittelsbach. The bridal tiara is first seen worn from Princess Franz, Prinzessin Isabella Croy after her marriage in 1912.

But it was a brooch earlier and the wedding gift from Princess Ernst Arenberg to her mother, The Duchess of Croy.

Princess Ernst Arenberg was : Prinzessin Sophie Auersperg 1811-1901 oo Fürst Ernst von Arenberg 1777-1857

Flower and Leaf Tiara Diamond Diadem Heirlooms of the Haus Bayern and Wittelsbach. The bridal tiara is first seen worn on Princess Franz, Prinzessin Isabella Croy after her marriage in 1912. But it was a brooch earlier and the wedding gift from Princess Arenberg to her mother, royaltiaras royal diadem history of the diamond tiara tiaras royal jewels jewellery Prinzessin Sophie Auersperg 1811-1901 oo Fürst Ernst von Arenberg 1777-1857
Flower and Leaf Tiara Diamond Diadem Heirloom of the Haus Bayern and Wittelsbach. The bridal tiara is first seen worn on Princess Franz, Prinzessin Isabella Croy after her marriage in 1912. It was a large brooch earlier and the wedding gift from Princess Arenberg to her mother a Princess of Arenberg before the marriage to the Prince of Croy.
Flower and Leaves Tiara Diamond Diadem Heirlooms of the Haus Bayern and Wittelsbach. The bridal tiara is first seen worn on Princess Franz, Prinzessin Isabella Croy after her marriage in 1912. But it was a brooch earlier and the wedding gift from Princess Arenberg to her mother .
Flower and Leaves Tiara Diamond Diadem Heirloom of the Haus Bayern and Wittelsbach. The bridal tiara is first seen worn on Princess Franz, Prinzessin Isabella Croy after her marriage in 1912. But it was a brooch earlier and the wedding gift from Princess Arenberg to her mother .

The diamond flower leaf tiara was later given to Princess Irmingard of Bavaria, her daughter. the tiara of the bride in the form of leafs branches and flowers was already worn by Prince Ludwig’s grandmother, Princess Irmingard of Bavaria, at her wedding in 1950.

Prinzessin Isabella von Bayern | Blüten & Blätter Diadem mit Saphiren Tiara| Royal Diadem Prinzessin Croy| Prinzessin Franz von Bayern| Haus Wittelsbach Bayern

Flower & Leaf Diamond Tiara| Royal Diadem of Princess Isabella of Bavaria| Princess Franz of Bavaria| House of Wittelsbach Bayern|Germany

Flower & Leaf Diamond Tiara with five sapphires| Royal Wedding Diadem of Princess Sophie Alexandra von Bayern| Princess Isabella Croy| Franz of Bavaria House of Wittelsbach Bayern

Hochzeit im Hause Wittelsbach Ludwig Prinz von Bayern heiratet Sophie-Alexandra Evekink

Hochzeit im Hause Wittelsbach Ludwig Prinz von Bayern heiratet Sophie-Alexandra Evekink
Herzog von Bayern, Haus Bayern - Royal Wedding

Am Samstag, den 20. Mai 2023, werden Prinz Ludwig von Bayern und Sophie-Alexandra Evekink in München den Bund fürs Leben eingehen. Es wird eine außergewöhnliche Hochzeit des bayerischen Hochadels sein, die große Begeisterung bei den Anhängern des Hauses Bayern und Wittelsbach, auslösen wird. Die Trauung findet in der Theatinerkirche in München vor etwa 700 geladenen Gästen statt. Kardinal Reinhard Marx, der Erzbischof von München und Freising, wird die Zeremonie leiten, unterstützt von Benediktiner-Abt Johannes Eckert und einem befreundeten kenianischen Priester. Neben Familienmitgliedern und Verwandten werden auch Vertreter aus Politik und Kultur unter den Hochzeitsgästen sein. Es wird erwartet, dass auch Delegationen bayerischer Traditionsvereine, die dem Haus Wittelsbach verbunden sind, anwesend sein werden.

Prinzessin Sophie von Bayern, Princess Sophie of Bavaria - Heirlooms of the Haus Bayern and Wittelsbach. The bridal tiara is first seen worn on Princess Franz, Prinzessin Isabella Croy after her marriage in 1912. But it was a brooch earlier and the wedding gift from Princess Arenberg to her mother .

Nach der Trauung wird Herzog Franz von Bayern, der Chef des Hauses, einen prachtvollen Empfang für die Hochzeitsgesellschaft auf Schloss Nymphenburg ausrichten.

Beim Einzug in die Theatinerkirche und die Hochzeitszeremonie werden kurz vom Bayr. Fernsehen von der Residenz begleitet, während die Ankunft der Gäste beim Empfang auf Schloss Nymphenburg stattfindet.

Prinz Ludwig von Bayern und Sophie-Alexandra Evekink hatten ihre Verlobung im vergangenen Sommer bekannt gegeben.

Prinz Ludwig von Bayern ist der älteste Sohn von Prinz Luitpold und Prinzessin Beatrix von Bayern. Er ist Jurist und arbeitet seit rund zehn Jahren in der Entwicklungshilfe. Die Braut, Sophie-Alexandra Evekink, stammt aus einer niederländisch-kanadischen Familie und hat in England Politik und Kriminalwissenschaften studiert. Sie hat unter anderem Erfahrungen in der Arbeitswelt bei den Vereinten Nationen, derzeit ist sie an der Universität Oxford tätig.

Ludwig Prinz von Bayern und Sophie-Alexandra Evekink haben bereits an Heiligabend 2022 standesamtlich geheiratet , in einer kleinen Feier in Tracht, nur mit den Eltern der beiden sagte die Herzogliche Verwaltung

Der Bürgermeister von Geltendorf (Landkreis Landsberg am Lech) vollzog die Trauung demnach auf Schloss Kaltenberg.

Prinz Luitpold von Bayern (*1951) (Linienchef)

Prinz Luitpold von Bayern ist das einzige Kind von Prinz Ludwig von Bayern (1913 – 2008). Er ist mit Prinzessin Beatrix geb. Wiegand verheiratet. Das Paar hat fünf Kinder: Dr. Auguste Prinzessin zu Lippe-Weißenfeld PhD (*1979), Dr. rer.nat. Alice Prinzessin von Auersperg (*1981), Ludwig (*1982), Heinrich (*1986) und Karl (*1987).

Prinz Luitpold studierte in München Jura. Von 1976 an führte er die Geschäfte der Schloßbrauerei Kaltenberg und baute ein Netzwerk von Markenlizensierungen im In- und Ausland auf. Weiterhin gründete er das Kaltenberger Ritterturnier, das 1995 bis 2014 unter der Führung seiner Frau Prinzessin Beatrix stand und heute von seinem Sohn Prinz Heinrich geleitet wird. Im Jahr 2011 übernahm Prinz Luitpold die traditionsreiche Porzellanmanufaktur Nymphenburg in München.

Sein Sohn siehe oben, Prinz Ludwig von Bayern (*1982) ist Jurist und führt die Stiftung Hilfsverein Nymphenburg. Seit 2011 engagiert er sich vor allem in Ostafrika. Mit dem Hilfsverein Nymphenburg arbeitet er dort in klassischen Hilfsprojekten wie der Sicherung von Ernährungsprogrammen. Außerdem hat er zusammen mit Partnern ein innovatives Ausbildungskonzept im IT-Bereich für junge Leute aus dieser Region gestartet. Nach seinem Onkel Herzog Max in Bayern und seinem Vater Prinz Luitpold von Bayern wird er die Nachfolge als Chef des Hauses Wittelsbach antreten.

20.05.2023 Abends ist ein Teil der Gäste zur Brautsoiree in Schloss Schleißheim eingeladen – es gab Tiaras :-), die Familien Baden, Hannover, Hessen, Österreich, Sachsen und Preussen, wurden gesichtet. Zudem wurden Familienoberhäupter ehemaliger europäischer Monarchien wie Rumänien oder Portugal gesehen . Aus Liechtenstein kommen der Erbprinz und die Erbprinzessin, geborene Herzogin in Bayern.

Princess Sophie of Bavaria | Wittelsbach Royal Jewels | Wedding Duchess of Arenberg

Bavarian Royal Wedding

On January 20, 1955, Princess Sophie of Bavaria, the youngest daughter of Crown Prince Rupprecht, married Jean-Engelbert von Arenberg, the 12th Duke of Arenberg, in the collegiate church by the Archbishop of Munich, Dr. Joseph Cardinal Wendel.

The history of the Royal Diamond Star Tiara

Princess Sophie of Bavaria | Wittelsbach Royal Jewels | Wedding Duchess of Arenberg

The day of the church wedding began with the traditional Berchtesgaden Christmas archer custom of waking the bride. At 7 a.m. the „Markerer“ fired for the bride from the stand in the courtyard garden, the „Stanggasser“ for the groom at the Hotel Geiger. For the church wedding at 11 a.m. in the collegiate church, the »Berchtesgadener Anzeiger« not only mentions that the bride wore a white organza dress with a historical, light blue, silver-embroidered silk train, »over it a white ermine jacket, a bouquet of dewy white roses on the breast«, but also that Cardinal Wendel performed the wedding ceremony in the historic Maria Theresa regalia of the collegiate church. »At the wedding mass, HH Pastor Schüller is presbyter assistens, Honorary Levites are HH Chaplain Gillhuber and Father Gundekar from Munich, because, according to old tradition, a Capuchin priest should be present at every wedding in the Arenberg house. Centuries ago, when the Arenberg family was about to die out in the male line, the Pope at the time released a Capuchin from the Arenberg house from his vows so that he could start a family.«

Around 100 singers from the Stiftskirche choir and the Liedertafel, as well as instrumentalists, accompanied the wedding ceremony with Joseph Haydn’s »Holy Mass«. After the service, the market band played a stand concert on the Schlossplatz, whereby now around five thousand people had gathered and cheered the bridal couple. »And now came the great, probably most impressive moment: the tall figure of the crown prince is standing at the window. When he waves to the thousands, the cheering doesn’t end. The band sings the royal anthem. Enthusiastically, the crowd joins in the ‚Hail to our king, hail!‘ It’s amazing how many people can still read the text. Even men’s eyes water, many women sob with emotion. The sun is shining from the white-blue sky on the castle courtyard, which is crammed full of people. It is a unique, overwhelming moment. No one can escape the magic of this hour.«

Princess Sophie Maria Theresia of Bavaria was born in Starnberg on June 20, 1935; she was 19 years old when she got married. Her husband, Prince and Duke Jean-Engelbert Maria Paul Werner Anton Josef von Arenberg was born in The Hague on July 14, 1921; at the time of the marriage he was a doctor of law, magister artium, knight of honor of the Order of Malta and owner of one of the largest banks in Brussels; he died on August 15, 2011 in Lausanne. The couple has five children: Leopold, Karl-Ludwig, Marie-Gabrielle, Henri and Etienne von Arenberg. Incidentally, the bride’s father, Crown Prince Rupprecht, died just a few months after the wedding celebrations on August 2, 1955 at Leutstetten Castle near Starnberg. He was buried in the Munich Theatinerkirche.

Turquoise and Diamond Jewels | Important Russian Turquoise and Diamond Set Queen Ingrid of Denmark | Queen Margarethe of Denmark

Important Romanov Turquoises, the collection of Turquoises of Queen Ingrid of Denmark left from her mother Princess Margareta of Connaught, the Crown Princess of Sweden. Turquoise Bracelet, Turquise Diamond Cuff, Turquoise Tiara, Turquoise Diamond Cluster Brooch, Turquoise Diamond earrings, Turquoise Diamond smaller earpandants now Crownprincess Mary of Denmark, Turquoise Diamond Hear Brooch, Turquoise Diamond Ring, Turquoise Diamond pendant, Turquoise Diamond ornament, Turquoise DiamondPaisley brooch, Turquoise Diamond pear shaped pendant,tiara with turquoises and diasies, Turquoise Diamondjewellery

Important Romanov Turquoises. The Russian empress Catherine the Great passed down a set of diamond turquoise jewels through the generations, Princess Louise of Prussia – the Duchess of Connaught to Princess Margaret of Connaught, Princess Ingrid of Sweden her daughter is the late Queen Ingrid of Denmark.

Important Romanov Turquoises. The Russian empress Catherine the Great passed down a set of diamond turquoise jewels through the generations,  Princess Louise of Prussia - the Duchess of Connaught  to Princess Margaret of Connaught, Princess Ingrid of Sweden her daughter is the late Queen Ingrid of Denmark.Princess Margaret is a maternal grandmother of Queen Margrethe and the paternal grandmother of King Carl-Gustav of Sweden.

 That is how these jewels found their way to Queen Margrethe,see above with the older setting and the smaller earpendants, and she gifted them to Crown Princess Mary in 2022 for her 50th birthday.


Princess Margaret is a maternal grandmother of Queen Margrethe and the paternal grandmother of King Carl-Gustav of Sweden.

That is how these jewels found their way to Queen Margrethe, see above with the older setting and the smaller ear pendants, and she gifted them to Crown Princess Mary in 2022 for her 50th birthday.

Important Turquoises Crown Princess of Sweden Jewels|Royal |Large Turquoise Set Ingrid Queen of Denmark

The collection of Turquoises of Queen Ingrid of Denmark left from her mother Princess Margareta of Connaught, the Crown Princess of Sweden.

Turquoise Bracelet,
Turquoise Diamond Cuff with seven oval Turquoises,
Turquoise Tiara,

Turquoise Diamond Cluster Brooch,
Turquoise Diamond earrings,
Turquoise Diamond smaller ear pendants now Crown princess Mary of Denmark,
Turquoise Diamond Heart Brooch,
Turquoise Diamond Ring,
Turquoise Diamond pendant,
Turquoise Diamond ornament,
Turquoise Diamond Paisley brooch,
Turquoise Diamond pear shaped pendant,
Turquoise tiara with turquoises and daisies,
Turquoise Diamond jewellery

Turquoise and Diamond Brooch Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Wedding Jewels|Devonshire Brooch| Royal Marriage Presents

Romanov Turquoise and Diamond Brooch Cluster with Pendant and Turquoise Earrings |Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden Wedding Jewels|Royal Marriage Presents

Princess Charlotte of Wales | Royal Wedding 1816 | Wedding Jewels |Great Britain – England

Wreath of rose buds and leaves, composed of the most superb brilliants. Princess Charlotte of Wales’s Royal Wedding in 1816 | Wedding Jewels Royal Jewels History
The wedding dress of Princess Charlotte of Wales was worn at her wedding to Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld on 2 May 1816 at Carlton House in London.

Wreath of rose buds and leaves, composed of the most superb brilliants. Princess Charlotte of Wales | Royal Wedding 1816 | Wedding Jewels Royal Jewels History Princess Charlotte of Wales wedding gown from her marriage to Prince Leopold of Sachsen-Coburg, later King Leopold I. of Belgium in 2nd May 1816
Wreath of rose buds and leaves, composed of the most superb brilliants. Princess Charlotte of Wales | Royal Wedding 1816 | Wedding Jewels Royal Jewels History Princess Charlotte of Wales wedding gown from her marriage to Prince Leopold of Sachsen-Coburg, later King Leopold I. of Belgium in 2nd May 1816

Charlotte was the only child of George, Prince of Wales and Caroline of Brunswick; Leopold was the youngest son of Francis, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld and Countess Augusta Reuss of Ebersdorf.

Princess Charlotte of Wales | Royal Wedding 1816 | Wedding Jewels Royal Jewels History

Heidi Horten Important Jewels| Extraordinary Emerald and Diamond Necklace rectangular-shaped emerald 68.13ct Harry Winston| Royal Jewel History Famous Jewellery

Emeralds from the Sultan Abdul Hamid -Cartier-the Maharaja of Nawanagar -Princess Anastasia of Greece -Harry Winston to Mrs Heidi Horten

Muzo emeralds are found in the Muzo mines of Colombia.

Heidi Horten Important Jewels| Extraordinary Emerald and Diamond Necklace rectangular-shaped emerald 68.13ct Harry Winston| Royal Jewel History Famous Jewellery
Heidi Horten Important Jewels| Extraordinary Emerald and Diamond Necklace rectangular-shaped emerald 68.13ct Harry Winston| Royal Jewel History Famous Jewellery

The journey of the Sultan’s collection of muzo emeralds from its origins in the Ottoman Empire to its current place in the possession of Mrs. Heidi Horten has been a long and fascinating one. The emerald was initially part of a collection owned by Abdul Hamid II, the last sultan of the Ottoman Empire. When the sultan was forced to abdicate in 1909, his collection of gems was sold at auction in Paris, and his emeralds were purchased by Cartier.

Over the years, the emerald changed hands several times, eventually ending up in the possession of Harry Winston. In 1959, Winston purchased a collection of 17 emeralds from the Maharaja of Nawanagar, six of which were used to create a necklace that included the Sultan’s emerald.

Maharaja of Nawanagar emeralds to Anastasia Princess of Greece Leeds Famous Emeralds - the emeralds of Abdul Hamid - Heidi Horten Important Jewels| Extraordinary Emerald and Diamond Necklace rectangular-shaped emerald 68.13ct Harry Winston| Royal Jewel History Famous Jewellery
Maharaja of Nawanagar emeralds Famous Emeralds – the emeralds of Abdul Hamid – Heidi Horten Important Jewels|

The necklace, which also included pear-shaped and round diamonds, was valued at one and a half million dollars at the time of its creation. Although several potential buyers expressed interest, only one South American seriously negotiated for it, but he ultimately decided to invest his money elsewhere.

Anastasia Princess of Greece Leeds Famous Emeralds - the emeralds of Abdul Hamid - Heidi Horten Important Jewels| Extraordinary Emerald and Diamond Necklace rectangular-shaped emerald 68.13ct Harry Winston| Royal Jewel History Famous Jewellery
Anastasia Princess of Greece Leeds Famous Emeralds – the emeralds of Abdul Hamid | Royal Jewel History Famous Jewellery

The necklace was eventually sold to a European connoisseur, who had it mounted in its current form.

Mr. Horten later purchased the necklace for his wife, who wore it until her death in 2022. Now, the necklace is set to be offered at auction at Christie’s in Geneva in May 2023.

The story of the Sultan’s emeralds is a testament to the enduring appeal of rare and beautiful gems. Despite changing hands many times over the years, the necklace has remained a coveted piece of jewelry, admired for its exquisite craftsmanship and timeless elegance.

For the details of the history:::

Heidi Horten Important Jewels| Extraordinary Emerald and Diamond Necklace rectangular-shaped emerald 68.13ct Harry Winston| Royal Jewel History Famous Jewellery