The story behind the important diamond tiara:
The story behind the important diamond tiara:
Every famous jewel had a story, more about the Pearls |Duchess of Bedford Marchioness of Tavistock Historic Jewels
Tavistock Amethysts Amethyst Parure |Duchess of Bedford Marchioness of Tavistock Historic Jewel
The story about the history of Marchioness of Tavistock’s|Duchess of Bedford’s| Important Jewelry
Diamond Crescent Moon Brooch | Archduchess Isabella of Habsburg Teschen Croy
Royal Jewels from the Bourbon Parma Family | Jewelery Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria
The Diamond brooch, made in the late 19th century is designed as a crescent moon. more about the diamond brooch>>
Diamant Halbmond Mond Brosche | Erzherzogin Isabella von Habsburg -Teschen Prinzessin von Croy
Königlicher Schmuck der Familie Bourbon Parma| Schmuck und Juwelen von Erzherzogin Maria Anna von Österreich
Die Diamantbrosche, wurde im späten 19. Jahrhundert gefertigt , und ist als Halbmond gestaltet, besetzt mit kissenförmigen, runden Diamanten und Diamantrosen, befand sich früher in der Sammlung von Prinzessin Isabella Hedwig Franziska Natalie von Croÿ 1856 – 1931.
Die Tochter von Rudolf, Herzog von Croÿ, und seine Frau, Prinzessin Natalie von Ligne, heirateten am 8. Oktober 1878 Erzherzog Friedrich, Herzog von Teschen. Sie hatten acht Töchter und einen Sohn, Erzherzogin Marie Anna war ihre zweite Tochter.
Oben im Bild, die Erzherzogin Isabella von Österreich, im kaiserlichen Hofkleid, mit einer Reihe ihrer erstaunlichen Juwelen.
Wir sehen die sichelförmige Diamantbrosche auf der linken Seite.
Die Diamanten in der Halbmondförmigen Brosche, wiegen schätzungsweise insgesamt etwa 9,00 – 11,00 Karat, im Durchschnitt l-J Farbe, Sl-l Klarheit, enthalten, wie in der Fassung vermessen und abgestuft. Die Brosche wiegt ca. 11 Gramm.
Sowie das Strahlen-Diamant Diadem, sieben perlförmige große Perlen als Anhänger an ihren Diamant-Riviere.
Einige ihrer besten Juwelen befanden sich später im Besitz der Erzherzogin Marie Anne von Österreich, Prinzessin Elie de Bourbon Parma, wie diese Mond Brosche, die in ihrem Inventar erfasst ist.
Precious Wedding Gifts Royal Jewellery and Imperial Bonaparte Wedding on 23 May 1868
Princess Salome sent me a depesche: „Share my luck, I just got engaged to Prince Achille Murat“.
I was told how the whole thing came.
Last winter, Empress Eugenie and Princess Ekaterina Dadiani had already considered it, and the matter had been brought to a close last week.
The emperor, Napoleon III, took it upon himself to give his nephew 50000 francs of Apanage annually, which harmonized excellently with the same income of the bride, and furthermore to pay his debts. Well, debts…that the young man was one of the most wasteful men of life in Paris, was well known in the city, among the diamonds, the then so celebrated – beautiful Helena, Hortense Schneider, was many a piece of jewellery laid at her feet by Prince Achille Murat. The whole marriage was arranged by one of the relatives on both sides, and she had only seen her groom three or four times, but in those circles, especially in France, it is customary for marriages to be arranged this way. She was downright in love with the young man and was looking forward to becoming „Princess Achille Murat„ >>
Die Toiletten der Damen waren von großer Pracht.
Die Braut trug einen Schleier, der für sie in Brüssel angefertigt worden und in dem das Familienwappen, das Goldene Vliess, eingewebt war.
Der Schleier wallte von einem Diamantdiadem herab, das Hochzeitsgeschenk der Kaiserin Eugenie – in griechischem Meander Ornamenten.
in 2018 October 20th at lake Tegernsee,
she wore the altered Diamond Tiara from Archduchess Maria Immaculata Raineria of Austria.
Once a wedding gift the her, made by Köchert.
In 1900 the tiara was made for her imperial trousseau, it could be setted with turquoises or opals, as well as pearls and added with diamonds –
instead of the gems.
The imperial marriage present was given to the Archduchess Maria Raineria Immaculata when she weds Robert Duke of Wuerttemberg.
The couple has no children so she left the tiara to the Dukes of Wurtemberg more about the history>>
When I prepared the two magazin side, about Archduchess Maria Immaculata Rainera, Duchess of Württemberg in 2009 – I missed a clear picture of the details of the nice tiara. Now we had a wonderful closeup.
Mary is shown wearing her wedding ring and the large diamond brooch given to her by her husband on 3 May 1641, the day after their marriage. A large pearl necklace and costly pearls in her hair, like a ribbon. A gem setted bracelet on the left.
Look at her spectacular coral gown, decorated with silver thread trim along its border, is thought to be similar to that worn for her wedding, rather than the cloth of silver-gold she wears. The apparent weight of the fabric, falling in broad, heavy folds, along with the bright highlights along the creases, suggest the fabric may have been cloth of silver. Shimmering highlights, applied in swift, cross-hatched strokes, were used as a form of shorthand by artists, mimicking the lustre of metallic threads as the textile caught the light. In accordance with the fashion of the period, her gown is open down the front, revealing a stiffened stomacher across the chest and a matching skirt beneath.
The ribbons, which would at one time have been functional, lacing the skirt and stomacher to the bodice, were applied purely as adornment. One ribbon, however has been pinned or stitched flat to disguise the seam between the bodice and skirt.
The Princess’s brooch, the string of pearls and ribbons on her shimmering dress are rendered with remarkable precision and delicacy, characteristics that defined the artist’s finest late works.
The Bankes family have lived in Dorset since the 17th century and owned land in east Dorset and Purbeck, including Studland. During this time the Bankes were often considered one of the most powerful families in England, owning both the estates of Corfe Castle and Kingston Lacy. In 1981, when her son, John Ralph Bankes died, he left the 16,000 acre estate to the National Trust.
She wore it in the picture on the right side, in the early years when she was Duchess of York.
He presented the delicate jewel to Princess May of Teck in the week before the royalwedding . Another jewel was presented to the Princess by the Countess and the Lady Fitzwilliam, a diamond bracelet.
Royaler Schmuck und die spannenden Geschichten… Diamantbrosche Hochzeitsgeschenk an Prinzessin May von Teck spätere Königin Mary von England UK