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Royal wedding in Sicily: Prince Don Jaime of Bourbon married Lady Charlotte in Monreale Nozze reali in Sicilia

Marriage of the Count of Paris and Isabella d’Orléans Braganza at Palerma in the same place, Palermo Cathedral, in the year 1931.

Royal wedding in Sicily: Prince Don Jaime of Bourbon, Two Sicilies Duke of Noto, will marry his Charlotte in Monreale.

The royal wedding will be celebrated today, the 25th September in the town on the outskirts of Palermo.

The Bourbon Two Sicilies and their 200 guests from the European royal families and “Duosiciliana” family which, characterized by a spanish sober lifestyle, is a combination of tradition and modernity.

It seems that after the religious ceremony in the Cathedral, the spouses and guests will move to the royal palace- giardini dell’Ars for an apéritif, and then reach Palazzo Mazzarino where the royal lunch will be held.

Prince Don Jaime of Bourbon of the Two Sicilies was born in Madrid on 30 June 1996. He is the eldest son of the head of the Royal House of Bourbon of the Two Sicilies, Prince Don Pedro, Duke of Calabria, Count of Caserta and Donna Sofia Landaluce y Melgarejo, great-grandson of the Dukes of San Fernando de Quiroga. Lady Charlotte Diana Lindesay-Bethune is the daughter of James Randolph Lindesay-Bethune, 16th Earl of Lindsay, and Diana Mary Chamberlayne-Macdonald, Countess of Lindsay, daughter of a gentleman to the Queen.

Princess Alexandra of Kent | Ogilvy Diamond Flower Tiara | Wedding Flora Alexandra Ogilvy

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Princess Alexandra of Kent Lady Ogilvy| Ogilvy Diamond Flower Tiara | British Royal Jewel History Windsor | Wedding Flora Alexandra Ogilvy

Hochzeit und Trauung| Prinzessin Marina | Kent Jewels |Royal Wedding, the royal Bride Marina
Ruby Wedding Gifts | Jewels Duchess of Kent | Rubin Schmuck der Herzogin von Kent
Hochzeitsgeschenke Prinzessin Marina | Kent Royal Jewels | Royal Wedding and the Gifts
Diamond Sautoir Royal Wedding Gifts | Jewels | Ruby Bracelet | Marina Duchess of Kent
Diamond Fringe Kokoshnik Tiara | Kent Royal Marriage Presents | Diamond Rivière
Kent Diamond Fringe Kokoshnik Tiara | Royal Wedding Gabriella Windsor|Royal Jewels Duchess of Kent
 Sapphires Princess Alexandra Sapphire tiara Princess Alexandra of Kent Lady Ogilvy| Ogilvy Diamond Flower Tiara | British Royal Jewel History Windsor |  lady Brandram, Katherine Princess Katherine of Greece and Denmark
Sapphires Princess Alexandra of Kent Lady Ogilvy| Ogilvy Diamond Flower Tiara with Sapphires | British Royal Jewel History Windsor
Pearl Necklace and Pearl Brooch Royal Engagement | Royal Betrothal Marina Duchess of Kent
Pearl Necklace Royal Engagement Princess Marina of Greece| Royal Betrothal Duchess of Kent
Royal Engagement Ring | Sapphire Diamond Cartier Ring| Marina Duchess of Kent
Diamond Fringe with Pearls Tiara | Royal Marriage Presents | Diamond Bracelet
Romanov Diamond Girandoles from the Duchess of Kent | Royal Imperial Jewels
Diamond and Pearl Scroll Tiara Bandeau Necklace | Romanov Jewel |Imperial Marriage Present
Grossen Perlentropfen Romanoff | Kent Royal Jewels | Pearshaped Pearls of Grand Duchess Vladimir
Art Deco Diamond Bandeau Tiara wedding gift from the Duke of Kent Royal Jewel History
Margeriten Blumenbroschen Duchess Marina | Kent Royal Jewels | The Diamond Daisy Brooches
Smaragd-Brosche Kent |Royal Jewel History| The Argyll -Emerald Brooch
Smaragd-Brosche Herzogin von Kent| Katherine Duchess of Kent |The Argyll -Emerald Brooch
Diamantsterne Broschen und Haarschmuck| Kent Royal Jewels | The Diamond Stars
Smaragd der Herzogin von Agryll |Royal Historic Jewelry Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll
Kent Aquamarin Diadem | Königlicher Schmuck |Royal Historic Jewels | Kent Tiara with Aquamarines
Russian Sapphire Diamond Brooch | Katherine Duchess of Kent | Royal Imperial Saphir Herzogin Marina von 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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Grand Duchess Helena Diamond Bandeau | Greece Royal Jewels | Imperial Jewel of the Romanov
Diamond Kokoshnik of Grand Duchess Helena Vladimirovna | Tiara Princess Olga of Greece

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Cambridge Sapphires Necklace Collier | Royal Jewels of Princess Augusta Caroline parure of tiara, necklace, stomacher, earrings and two bracelets
Cambridge Saphire Halsband Collier |Königliche Juwelen und Schmuck der Prinzessin Augusta Caroline |Geschenk zur Hochzeit
Cambridge Sapphires Tiara History| Royal Jewels of Princess Augusta Caroline parure of tiara, necklace, stomacher, earrings and two bracelets
Royal Cambridge Sapphires Diadem| Royal Jewels of Princess Augusta Caroline | Wedding gift from the Duchess of Cambridge
Cambridge Sapphires Necklace Collier | Royal Jewelry of Queen Mary historic sapphire parure tiara, necklace, stomacher, earrings and two bracelets
Cambridge Sapphires Necklace Collier | Royal Jewelry of Duchess of Kent historic sapphire parure tiara, necklace, stomacher, earrings and two bracelets

Pembroke Diamond Bandeau| Wedding Lady Mary Hope -Lord Herbert| Marriage Presents

 Diamond Bandeau Diadem Tiara| Countess of Pembroke |Lady Mary Herbert Wedding Tiara and Presents |Royal Jewel History

        Diamond Wedding Tiara Countess of Pembroke |Art Deco Diamond Bandeau|Lady Mary Hope
Pembroke Diamond Bandeau| Wedding Lady Mary Hope -Lord Herbert| Marriage Presents

Diamond Bandeau Diadem Tiara| Countess of Pembroke |Lady Mary Herbert Wedding Tiara and Presents |Royal Jewel History

Diamond Wedding Tiara Countess of Pembroke |Art Deco Diamond Bandeau|Lady Mary Hope

Countess Pembroke | Lady Herbert| Pembroke Sapphire and Diamond Tiara | Jewel History

Large Sapphire and Diamond Diadem, Sapphire and Diamond Jewels, Pembroke Sapphires …… wedding gift to Lady Beatrice Paget when she married the heir of the Earl of Pembroke, Reginald Herbert, in 1903.

Pembroketiara pembroke Lady Beatrice PagetCountess Pembroke | Lady PaGet| Sapphire and Diamond Tiara | Jewel History Large Sapphire and Diamond Diadem, Sapphire and Diamond Jewels,  Pembroke Sapphires Large Diamond Tiara with big Sapphire as Center | Countess of Pembroke |Lady Herbert Important Wedding Presents |Royal Coronation Jewelry
PembrokeTiara |Countess Pembroke | Lady Beatrice Herbert| Sapphire and Diamond Tiara | Jewel History

Large Diamond Tiara with big Sapphire as Center | Countess of Pembroke |Lady Herbert Important Wedding Presents |Royal Coronation Jewelry

Diana Princess of Wales |British Royal Jewels |

From Franck „History of Famous Jewels and Collections“ board :
This list was only made from a juridical point of view following the information we have in our possession. Obviously, we do not have access to the protocol of divorce.

Nevertheless, it is logical that, jewels given by British Royal Family or as « Princess of Wales » would be kept, according to tradition within the Royal family.

“During her lifetime, Diana will keep the jewelry and family heirlooms she was given as Princess of Wales, but, according to tradition, they will be passed down and kept within the royal family ».

Princess of Wales jewels . From the British royal family :
i. The Cambridge Lovers’ knot tiara;
ii. Diamond and emerald art-deco choker;
iii. The Swiss Federal republic’s watch ;
iv. The pearl and diamond earrings (as a wedding gift from QEII) ;
v. The family royal order;
vi. Large sapphire and diamond brooch converted in a necklace (wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother)

b. From Prince Charles :
i. Diamond and emerald art deco bracelet as a wedding gift + earrings (gift from prince Charles) + an emerald ring also a gift from Prince Charles;
ii. A floral cluster diamond ring with a Bostwana stone (2 carats) from Prince Charles;
iii. A grey and white pearl necklace;

c. Official gifts:
i. The Oman sapphire and diamond demi-parure;
ii. The diamond and sapphire tassel necklace – Gift from The Emir of Qatar; certainly broken into two bracelets,
iii. The Saudi Arabian ruby and diamond demi-parure;
iv. Emerald and diamond demi-parure (necklace and earrings); certaintly a gift from Golf,
v. Gold jewels given in 1989 during the Gold tour

II. Jewels worn by the Duchess of Cornwall:

a. The Prince of Wales feathers’ diamond and emerald pendant (engagement present from Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother – Return to the vault and maybe worn by the Duchess of Cornwall)

III. Jewels worn by the Duchess of Cambridge:

a. Her sapphire and diamond engagement ring;
b. Collingwood diamond and pearl dangle earrings; (wedding gift)
c. A diamond and south sea pearl earrings;
d. Pearls a from ruby, diamond and pearl earrings;
e. A triple-row pearl and diamond spacer bracelet (bought be Princess Diana in 1989)
f. A four-row pearl bracelet worn at the state diner by by Queen Beatrix of Netherlands in 1982 (Maybe on loan from QEII);

IV. Jewels worn by the Duchess of Sussex:

a. Emerald-cut aquamarine ring; (personal gift)
b. A diamond Tennis Bracelet from Cartier;
c. Gold and Sapphire bracelet; (personal gift)
d. Diamond and Sapphire Butterfly Earrings -made from an unknown gold disk with stones + diamond motifs worn once in 1985; (personal gift)
e. A cartier tank française watch; (personal gift)
f. Two small diamonds from her collection;

V. Jewels given by princess Diana during her life :

a. A sapphire and gold necklace with the Prince of Wales feathers as a pendant from the National Association of Goldsmiths and designed by Lexi Dick; earrings to match (Wedding gift);
b. A gold and cross necklace (for a charity Event in September 1997 Canceled)

VI. Jewels on loan (Not including from QEII and her mother) :

a. The spencer tiara;
b. The swan Lake pearl and diamond necklace + earrings;
c. A large amethyst and diamond cross pendant (a loan from Garrard);

VII. Jewels unworn and certainly/maybe inherited by her children:


a. Wedding gifts:
i. The Saudi Arabian diamond and sapphire suite;
ii. The Gold choker with pearl fringe and multi-gemstone necklace from the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Jordan (Including a central emerald, turquoise, amethyst, coral, pearl and diamond);
iii. A set of jewellery crafted from coral and gold from the heir Apparent of the State of Qatar;
iv. A diamond watch (Lady Kalla watch);
v. A five-row pearl bracelet with a diamond flower clasp (wedding gift from the UAE) + a pearl necklace with a sapphire clasp;

b. Personal gifts:
i. The double strand pearl, gold and diamond bead necklace with a central diamond heart (bought by Princess Diana in 1982);
ii. A diamond flower brooch (Gift from her friend Adrian Ward-Jackson);
iii. A jade necklace and earrings from the oil Tycoon Armand Hammer (never worn in public);

c. Officials’ gifts given in UK (personal further to the divorce’s settlement:

i. A necklace with a centrals stone - The necklace has no stones but raw gold (gold nuggets?) in gold frame hanging from a blue silk cord. -ship launching present - The present was paid by Wärtsilä shipbuilding company, made by Tillander and given by the president (never worn in public) + a bracelet (Information from Margot);
ii. A sapphire and diamond watch (gift which was presented to her at the 1983 International Spring Fair in Birmingham;

d. Gifts or loan with unknown provenance:
i. The graduated diamond flower cluster necklace (mostly on loan from QEII);
ii. The six-row pearl choker with a large pearl surrounded by diamond + earrings (mostly on loan from QEII);
iii. A seven-strand pearl choker with diamond and ruby spacers;
iv. Ruby and diamond necklace worn only once in Venice;
v. An amethyst and diamond demi-suite;
vi. Aquamarine and diamond demi-parure (comprising dangle earrings and a bracelet);
vii. An aquamarine and pearl bracelet;
viii. Gold earrings bought during her life;
Princess Diana – Princess of Wales – Emerald and diamond choker| Durbar choker queen Mary – art deco emerald choker Royal jewel history

I. Jewels return to the vault (Queen Elizabeth II):

a. From the British royal family :
i. The Cambridge Lovers’ knot tiara;
ii. Diamond and emerald art-deco choker;
iii. The Swiss Federal republic’s watch ;
iv. The pearl and diamond earrings (as a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth II) ;
v. The family royal order;
vi. Large sapphire and diamond brooch converted in a necklace (wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother)

b. From Prince Charles :
i. Diamond and emerald art deco bracelet as a wedding gift + earrings (gift from prince Charles) + an emerald ring also a gift from Prince Charles;
ii. A floral cluster diamond ring with a Bostwana stone (2 carats) from Prince Charles;
iii. A grey and white pearl necklace;

c. Official gifts:
i. The Oman sapphire and diamond demi-parure;
ii. The diamond and sapphire tassel necklace – Gift from The Emir of Qatar; certainly broken into two bracelets,
iii. The Saudi Arabian ruby and diamond demi-parure;
iv. Emerald and diamond demi-parure (necklace and earrings); certaintly a gift from Golf,
v. Gold jewels given in 1989 during the Gold tour

II. Jewels worn by the Duchess of Cornwall:

a. The Prince of Wales feathers’ diamond and emerald pendant (engagement present from Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother – Return to the vault and maybe worn by the Duchess of Cornwall)

III. Jewels worn by the Duchess of Cambridge:

a. Her sapphire and diamond engagement ring;
b. Collingwood diamond and pearl dangle earrings; (wedding gift)
c. A diamond and south sea pearl earrings;
d. Pearls a from ruby, diamond and pearl earrings;
e. A triple-row pearl and diamond spacer bracelet (bought be Princess Diana in 1989)
f. A four-row pearl bracelet worn at the state diner by by Queen Beatrix of Netherlands in 1982 (Maybe on loan from Queen Elizabeth II );

IV. Jewels worn by the Duchess of Sussex:

a. Emerald-cut aquamarine ring; (personal gift)
b. A diamond Tennis Bracelet from Cartier;
c. Gold and Sapphire bracelet; (personal gift)
d. Diamond and Sapphire Butterfly Earrings -made from an unknown gold disk with stones + diamond motifs, worn once in 1985; (personal gift)
e. A cartier tank française watch; (personal gift)
f. Two small diamonds from her collection;

V. Jewels given by princess Diana during her life :

a. A sapphire and gold necklace with the Prince of Wales feathers as a pendant from the National Association of Goldsmiths and designed by Lexi Dick; earrings to match (Wedding gift);
b. A gold and cross necklace (for a charity Event in September 1997 Canceled)

VI. Jewels on loan (Not including from Queen Elizabeth II and her mother) :

a. The Spencer tiara;
b. The swan Lake pearl and diamond necklace + earrings;
c. A large amethyst and diamond cross pendant (a loan from Garrard);

VII. Jewels unworn and certainly/maybe inherited by her children:


a. Wedding gifts:
i. The Saudi Arabian diamond and sapphire suite;
ii. The Gold choker with pearl fringe and multi-gemstone necklace from the Crown Prince and Crown Princess of Jordan (Including a central emerald, turquoise, amethyst, coral, pearl and diamond);
iii. A set of jewellery crafted from coral and gold from the heir Apparent of the State of Qatar;
iv. A diamond watch (Lady Kalla watch);
v. A five-row pearl bracelet with a diamond flower clasp (wedding gift from the UAE) + a pearl necklace with a sapphire clasp;

b. Personal gifts:
i. The double strand pearl, gold and diamond bead necklace with a central diamond heart (bought by Princess Diana in 1982);
ii. A diamond flower brooch (Gift from her friend Adrian Ward-Jackson);
iii. A jade necklace and earrings from the oil Tycoon Armand Hammer (never worn in public);

c. Officials’ gifts given in UK (personal, further to the divorce’s settlement:

i. A necklace with a centrals stone – The necklace has no stones but raw gold (gold nuggets?) in a gold frame hanging from a blue silk cord. -ship launching present – The present was paid by Wärtsilä shipbuilding company, made by Tillander and given by the president (never worn in public) + a bracelet (Information from Margot);
ii. A sapphire and diamond watch (gift, which was presented to her at the 1983 International Spring Fair in Birmingham;

d. Gifts or loan with unknown provenance:
i. The graduated diamond flower cluster necklace (mostly on loan from Queen Elizabeth II );
ii. The six-row pearl choker with a large pearl surrounded by diamond + earrings (mostly on loan from Queen Elizabeth II );
iii. A seven-strand pearl choker with diamond and ruby spacers;
iv. Ruby and diamond necklace worn only once in Venice;
v. An amethyst and diamond demi-suite;
vi. Aquamarine and diamond demi-parure (comprising dangle earrings and a bracelet);
vii. An aquamarine and pearl bracelet;
viii. Gold earrings bought during her life;

Thank you to Franck!


Diana Princess of Wales| Sapphire Brooch Necklace Pearl Choker Famous Sapphire Collier |Royal Jewels Princess of Wales | Royal Marriage Present

Diana Princess of Wales Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Brooch|Diana Princess of Wales Sapphire and Diamond Choker | Russian Cluster Brooch | Gift of Elizabeth the Queen Mother to Diana Spencer

Diana Princess of Wales| Royal History| Blue iconic Travolta velvet gown

Emerald and Diamond Art deco Choker| Queen Mary’s Durbar Necklace|Diana Princess of Wales| Wedding Gift| Royal Jewels Princess of Wales

Bagration Spinel & Diamond Parure | Princess Catharina Bagration

Princess Katharina Bagration pictured with a large cluster and diamond shoulder brooch, in the size of the center stone – in the spinel diamond comb of her spinel and diamond parure.

Probably she could change the stones and the spinel are wearable as single brooch.

Spinel & Diamond Bagration Parure the video:

Princess Catherine Bagration-Skavronskaya| Bagration Spinel Diamond Parure

Die Bagration Parure | The amazing Bagration Parure Duchess of Westminster | Royal Jewel History  

 Die Bagration Parure | The amazing Bagration Parure Duchess of Westminster | Royal Jewel History   
Bagration Spinell Diamant Parure Hochzeitsgeschenk an die damals zukünftige Herzogin von Westminster
Die Bagration Parure | The amazing Bagration Parure Duchess of Westminster | Royal Jewel History
Bagration Spinell Diamant Parure Hochzeitsgeschenk an die damals zukünftige Herzogin von Westminster

Bagration Spinell Diamond Parure| Royal Imperial Jewel History   

Bagration Spinel Diamond Parure| Royal Imperial Jewel History Grosvenor
Bagration Spinell Diamond Parure| Royal Imperial Jewel History    – Spinel Diamond Tiara – Spinel Diamond Necklace

Princess Bagration Diamond and Spinell Tiara Necklace Comp and Brooch I  

Bridal Jewels - Grosvenor Westminster Wedding | Spinel and Diamond Tiara and Spinel and Diamond Earrings | Royal Jewel History
Bridal Jewels – Grosvenor Westminster Wedding | Red Spinel and Diamond Tiara and Spinel and Diamond Earrings | Royal Jewel History | the base of the tiara is very similar to the Ruby and Diamond Tiara of Princess Stirbey

 Wedding Gift to the Duchess of Westminster | Spinell diamond Diadem, Spinell Diamond Earpendants, Spinell diamond Necklace, Spinell Diamond Comb

Bagration Parure - the comp Nobel Jewels Jewelry History - Grosvenor-Westminster-marriage-wedding-gift
Conjunto Westmister Bagration de espinelas naturales rosadas
Bagration Parure – the comp Nobel Jewels Jewelry History Grosvenor Westminster marriage wedding-gift Conjunto Westmister Bagration de espinelas naturales rosadas

Das Perlen Diadem | Important Rosebery Pearl Parure | Duchess of Westminster | Rosebery Pearl-Tiara

Myrtenkranz mit Beeren aus Diamanten | Duchess of Westminster |Myrtle Leaves Tiara made by Faberge

Das Flügel Diadem von Chaumet | Duchess of Westminster |The Sapphire and Diamond Wings as Head-Jewel

Die Arcot Diamanten |Royal Gems History Duchess of Westminster |The Arcots Diamonds

Die Juwelen der Herzöge von Westminster | Elisabeth II`s Private | Duchess of Westminster Jewelry

Tiara mit den Alpenveilchen-Blüten | Duchess of Westminster Jewelry |Diadem of Cyclamen-flowers

Der blaue Emaille – Kokoschnik | Duchess of Westminster Jewelry | The russian kokoshnik with blue enamel

Royal Sapphire Cluster bracelet from the suite of sapphire and diamond jewels made for Queen Victoria

The story behind Queen Victoria’s sapphire and diamond suite, Queen Victoria’s sapphire bracelet….

Royal Sapphires - Queen Victoria's Sapphire and Diamond necklace and pendant, bracelet Royal Sapphire Parure Suite sapphire coronet sapphire tiara sapphire bracelet sapphire necklace sapphire brooch royal jewels queen victoria
Royal Sapphires – Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond necklace and pendant, bracelet Royal Sapphire Parure Suite sapphire coronet sapphire tiara sapphire bracelet sapphire necklace sapphire brooch royal jewels queen victoria
queen victoria's sapphires The sapphire and diamond bracelet, from the Queen Victorias sapphire suite, of twelve kiteshaped sapphire and diamond ornaments. The bracelet, dated to c.1840-50 may also be by Kitching, with the stones probably from the same parcel of Sri Lankan sapphires given to Victoria by William IV and Queen Adelaide that were used in the tiara.

The sapphires weigh 16 carats in total and was sold to an private collector and lent in 2021 to the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond necklace and pendant, bracelet

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – The King George V Sapphire Parure

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

Large Octagon Emerald Bracelet Princess Royal Great Britain Ireland| Viscountess Lascelles | Countess Harewood Royal Jewel History

Large Octagonal Emerald Bracelet Princess Royal Great Britain Ireland| Viscountess Lascelles | Countess Harewood Royal Jewel History

The Most Famous Jewelry Gifts and the Stories Behind Them

This diamond and emerald bracelet with an large octagonal emerald in the center, framed of an octagonal diamond border, is made in diamond trellis-work.

Large Emerald Bracelet Princess Royal Great Britain Ireland| Viscountess Lascelles | Countess Harewood Royal Jewel History

Königliche Hochzeitsgeschenke | Königlicher Schmuck Prinzessin Royal Mary >>

Royal Wedding gifts to Mary Princess Royal | Viscountess Lascelles | Countess Harwood>>

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – The King George V Sapphire Parure, Necklace and Pendant>>

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

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires|The Imperial Romanov Sapphire Necklace – Devante de Corsage with fringes of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna

Mary The Princess Royal’s Emerald Cabochon jewels – Engagement Ring

Large Emerald Bracelet Princess Royal Great Britain Ireland| Viscountess Lascelles | Countess Harewood Royal Jewel History

The Princess Royal’s Emeralds – The Royal Navy Negligé and the Yorkshire County Brooch>>

Royal Emerald Jewels|Princess Royal Mary|Marriage gift of the Fellows and Members of the Royal Colonial Institute
Royal Emerald Jewels|Princess Royal Mary|Marriage gift of the Fellows and Members of the Royal Colonial Institute

VAD`s Tiara| Emerald and diamond tiara with large diamonds set in a shamrock pattern >>

VAD`s Tiara| Emerald and diamond tiara with large diamonds set in a shamrock pattern  shamrock tiara royal tiara
VAD`s Tiara| Emerald and diamond tiara with large diamonds set in a shamrock pattern

Lavalliere | The Citizens of the City of London Diamond Chain and Pendant | Royal Jewels >>

The Princess Royals‘ Diamonds – Diamond Clasp, Brooch, Pendant Royal Jewels >>

The Princess Royals‘ Turquoise Diamond Stomacher and Foxhound Brooch>>

Mary Princess Royal | Royal Pearls and Pearl Ropes>>

The Princess Royal's Pearls and Pearl Ropes
Rope of Pearls presented by the Marys of the Empire  Large Oval Sapphire Cluster Brooch on her shoulder-wedding gift from Queen Mary
The Princess Royal’s Pearls and Pearl Ropes
Rope of Pearls presented by the Marys of the Empire Large Oval Sapphire Cluster Brooch on her shoulder-wedding gift from Queen Mary

Harewood- Lascelles Royal Jewels | Diamond feather brooches>>

Princess Mary |Royal Jewellery|Queen Mary’s Diamond Jewels>>

The Princess Royal’s Diamonds -Fringetiara| The Lord and Lady Inchcape Diamond Fringe tiara and necklace>>

Princess Mary Diamond Jewels | Queen Alexandra’s Butterfly Brooch >>

Princess Royal's Diamond Scroll Tiara

A versatile and highly important diamond tiara, composed of six graduated diamond clusters each intersected by diamond collet and riband scrolls forming heart-shaped centres enclosed in a diamond collet and riband frame forming a small bow above five of the clusters. The six clusters are all detachable for alternative use. The provenance is not known, but it looks like a Russian item, very solid in workmanship and with fine diamonds. It could have been bought from one of the Russian imperial family members. The tiara was offered at the 1970 auction of the Princess Royal’s jewels and sold for £9,500.

 

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – Queen Mary’s Sapphire and Diamond brooch| Royal Jewel History
Princess Royal’s Diamond Scroll Tiara
A versatile and highly important diamond tiara, composed of six graduated diamond clusters each intersected by diamond collet and riband scrolls forming heart-shaped centres enclosed in a diamond collet and ribbon frame forming a small bow above five of the clusters. The six clusters are all detachable for alternative use.

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – Queen Mary’s Sapphire and Diamond brooch| Royal Jewel History

Princess Mary Diamond Scroll Tiara | Queen Mary’s Sapphire Brooch >>

The Princess Royal’s Sapphires – Sapphire and Diamond Arts and Crafts Tiara| Jugendstil Diadem mit Saphiren und Diamanten

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The Princess Royal's Sapphires|The Imperial Romanov Sapphire Necklace - Devante de Corsage with fringes of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna
The Princess Royal’s Sapphires|The Imperial Romanov Sapphire Necklace – Devante de Corsage with fringes of Grand Duchess Olga Feodorovna

Emerald and Diamond Brooch of the Ladies of North Wales | Royal Wedding Present Queen Alexandra

Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on the Investiture of the Prince of Wales in 1969

Emerald and Diamond Brooch of the Ladies of North Wales | Royal Wedding Present Queen Alexandra| Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on the Investiture of Prince of Wales
Emerald and Diamond Brooch of the Ladies of North Wales | Royal Wedding Present Queen Alexandra| Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on the Investiture of Prince of Wales

Emerald and Diamond Brooch of the Ladies of North Wales | Royal Wedding Present Queen Alexandra| Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on the Investiture of Prince of Wales

Ladies of North Wales brooch with Emeralds worn by the Duchess of Cornwall | British Royal Jewels History
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Ladies of North Wales brooch with Emeralds worn by the Duchess of Cornwall | British Royal Jewels History

Ladies of North Wales brooch with Emeralds worn by the Duchess of Cornwall | British Royal Jewels History