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Joyaux Oscar Massin Oscar Sébastien Henri Massin| Massin, réalisé pour Lemonnier |O.Massin Oscar Massin à fourni Baugrand Boucheron et Mellerio, mais aussi Lemonnier, Kramer, Morel, Fontana, Crouzet diadème ait été fabriqué par O.Massin Oskar Massin Jewels

Queen Emma of the Netherlands | Important engraved Diamond | Oscar Massin Pendant

Update from 2008 the engagement gift to Princess Emma from the King of the Netherlands. A large diamond with his portrait the pendant made by Oscar Massin.

Queen Emma of the Netherlands | Important engraved Diamond | Oscar Massin Pendant the engagement gift to Princess Emma from the King of the Netherlands. A large diamond with his portrait the pendant made by Oscar Massin.
Queen Emma of the Netherlands | Important engraved Diamond | Oscar Massin Pendant | Engagement gift from the King

Queen Emma Royal Wedding| Diamond Wedding Gifts and Presents

Diamond Devante de Corsage and Diamond Tiara made by Massin for Ekaterina Dadiani | Catherine Dadiany |Dadianov Jewels

Royal Wedding |Camille & Charles „Charlie“ Duff Carnegie, Earl of Southesk

The Earl of Southesk and his fiancée Camille Ascoli were married on, 5 September 2020. The Countess of Southesk wore the Fife Fringe Tiara, which had been on exhibition at Kensington Palace, since 2018. The diamond tiara was taken off display for the Carnegie wedding.

It was the wedding gift of Queen Alexandra and King Edward to their daughter the Princess Royal Louise, Duchess of Fife.

Charles „Charlie“ Duff Carnegie, Earl of Southesk, was born on 1 July 1989. He is the eldest of three sons of David Carnegie, 4th Duke of Fife, and his wife, the former Caroline Ann Bunting. Charlie Southesk is a great-great-grandson of King Edward VII.

Marriage Princess Maud of Fife| Lady Carnegie|Countess of Southesk |Princess of Great Britain | Gifts and Presents

Princess Maud Fife Tiara Wedding
Marriage Princess Maud of Fife| Lady Carnegie|Countess of Southesk |Princess of Great Britain | Gifts and Presents


Princess Maud’s Wedding Gown was of white georgette, sewn with pearls as closely as it is possible to be, has been used for the charmingly pretty wedding dress which Princess Maud wear at her marriage Carnegie 1923 on November 12.

Wedding Gifts to Princess Maud of Fife| Lady Carnegie|Countess of Southesk |Princess of Great Britain | Royal Jewel Presents

Royal Jewels Gifts and Presents | Marriage Princess Maud of Fife| Lady Carnegie|Countess of Southesk |Princess of Great Britain

Princess Maud |Imperial Sapphires Collar| Queen Alexandras Romanoff Sapphires Choker | Countess of Southesk British Royal Jewel History

Princess Maud Royal Jewels | Sapphire Diamond Collar of Queen Alexandra | Imperial Silver Wedding Gift

Amethysts Necklace Tiara | Princess Maud Jewels of Queen Alexandra| Lady Duff Carnegie Countess of Southesk

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Princess Royal Louise Duchess of Fife | Massin Diamond Tiara

Prinzessin Royal Louise Herzogin von Fife | Royal Wedding gifts

The Fife Fringe Tiara of Diamonds | Royal Jewels of the Duchess of Fife | Wedding Gift of Queen Alexandra and King Edward to her daughter Princess Royal Louise
The Fife Fringe Tiara of Diamonds | Royal Jewels of the Duchess of Fife | Wedding Gift of Queen Alexandra and King Edward to her daughter Princess Royal Louise

Prinzessin Royal Louise Herzogin von Fife | Marriage presents|Schmuck Hochzeitsgeschenke

Princess Royal Louise Duchess of Fife | Jewels, Diamond Comb

Princess Royal Louise Duchess of Fife | Forget-me-nots jewels

Princess Royal Louise of England | Arrow Diamond Brooch |Gifts and Presents

Queen Alexandras Royal Wedding gifts & Marriage Presents

Duchess of Fife Fringe tiara kokoshnik diadem russe Royal wedding gifts british royal family marriage bride
Duchess of Fife | Massin Diamond Fringe Tiara Princess Royal Louise of Great Britain and Irland | Royal Jewel History

Alexandra Duchess of Fife | Diamond Jewels Fringe Tiara |Princess Arthur of Connaught

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Lady May Cambridge Abel Smith | Athlone Jewels| Royal Marriage Gifts & Presents

Lady May Cambridge Abel Smith | Diamond Tiara | Royal Wedding Gifts & Jewel Presents

Lady May Abel Smith | Art deco Diamond Sautoir | Royal Wedding Jewel

Countess Caroline Southesk Wedding Jewels |Duchess of Fife Princess Royal Louise | Fife Fringe Tiara| Diamond Kokoshnik Diadem

Countess Caroline Southesk Wedding Jewels |Duchess of Fife Princess Royal Louise | Fife Fringe Tiara| Diamond Kokoshnik Diadem
Countess Caroline Southesk Wedding Jewels |Duchess of Fife Princess Royal Louise | Fife Fringe Tiara| Diamond Kokoshnik Diadem

Oscar Massin Jewelry | Famous Important Jewels History| Diamond Necklace Anna Wintour

Oscar Massin Jewelry | Famous Important Jewels History| Diamond Necklace Anna Wintour Anna Wintour is seen with a new treasure from her jewelbox at the Met Gala 2019.
Oscar Massin Jewelry | Famous Important Jewels History| Diamond Necklace Anna Wintour
Anna Wintour is seen with a new treasure from her jewel box at the Met Gala 2019.

 

 

story about the collet diamond necklace:

Oscar Massin Jewelry | Famous Important Jewels History| Diamond Necklace Anna Wintour>>

Anna Wintour is seen with a new treasure from her jewel box at the Met Gala 2019.

Mrs Anna Wintour owns another historic jewel, the royal amethyst necklace, once part of Queen Mary’s Amethyst Parure.

 

Royal Jewels of Queen Marie of Romania | Schmuck & Juwelen Marie von Edinburgh Königin von Rumänien

Princess Marie of Edinburg | Queen of Romania| Royal Jewel Boucheron Diamond hair ornament Misteltoe
Princess Marie of Edinburg | Queen of Romania| Royal Jewel Boucheron Diamond hair ornament Misteltoe

Translated from Romanian to English by Google Translator.

The Jewels of Queen Marie of Romania.

 

The jewels of Queen Marie of Romania hidden in a villa in Moscow.


Before 102 years, on 14 (27) December 1916, the treasury of the National Bank of Romania was packed in 1738 boxes and sent to Russia.

Besides treasury bills, values ​​belonging to various Romanian private banks, commercial companies, private persons, art collections, documents and money, valued at 314,580,456, 84 lei gold, the Romanian officials decided to put in conditions safe and jewelry of Queen  Maria, valued at 7,000,000 gold. The latter were stored in 2 boxes.

The fate of the Queen’s jewels has been the subject of many journalistic investigations in the interwar period. Lastny Novosti, the newspaper of Russian emigrants in Paris, makes an interesting account of the subject in 1933.
The royal family’s jewels were handed over to Mr. Constantin Dimandy, then the plenipotentiary minister at Petrograd.

In the spring of 1918, after the departure of ambassadors and foreign ministers from Soviet Russia, Diamandy gave precious objects to the American consul in Moscow. This, in turn, before leaving Russia, handed them over to the Norwegian Consul.
The Norwegian Consulate occupied at that time a villa on Charitonov Street no. 15.

At the end of 1918, Norwegian Consulate staff had to leave Russia. To save the treasure entrusted to him, the consul hid the boxes in a wall of the villa in the greatest mystery and hoping that later, Queen Marie’s jewelry boxes would be taken out of the secret hiding place and, of course, from Soviet Russia.
One man in Moscow knew about the treasure of the villa, a former servant of the Russian submissive consulate who could not leave with the rest of his staff in Norway. After a while, this servant died. But before closing his eyes, he told a German citizen, a certain K., about the existence of treasure, indicating exactly the place in the wall where the boxes were built.
In 1923, K., a refugee in Germany, contacted the Soviet Embassy in Berlin. This individual, K., the secretary of the Soviet Embassy, ​​Iakubovici, and the second secretary, Mirov, concluded a verbal agreement under which K., as a reward for his denunciation, guaranteed a certain percentage of the value of the treasury.
The agreement was confirmed in the presence of the representative of the Soviet State Bank, Sergheev-Romm, specially sent to Berlin for this purpose.
It seems that German K, born and raised in Moscow, recognized Sergheev-Romm as an old high school colleague. Among friends, the business has settled without difficulty. The formalities were
resolved quickly, and K. left for Moscow. Here he was directed to a certain Stein who was given the representative of the Soviet Ministry of Finance.
Stein confirmed his understanding between K. and the Soviet Embassy in Berlin through the representatives of Iakubovici and Mirov on the one hand and the bank through its representative, Sergeyev-Romm.
The villa on Charitonov Street was at that time occupied by the Czechoslovak Mission. For this reason, he was told by K., coming from Germany, that he can not start looking for the treasure, because the matter is too delicate and he must for now give up.
Incidentally or not, in three months, Soviet officials found the treasure.

In the Czechoslovak Mission’s building the guilds appeared, under the pretext that they are workers from the water pipes. They showed a Soviet order in Moscow that had the immediate repair of the upper pipes, otherwise the building would have been threatened to collapse.
The treasure was built in a wall on the first floor. During the repairs, the Czechoslovak Mission moved to the second floor. Within a few days, in September 1923, the jewels were discovered and transported to the Soviet warehouse.

In 1928, K. learned, by chance, that the treasure was found and that he was practically pulled on the string. Consequently, he addresses a Berlin lawyer, Bruno Marwitz, asking him to sue a Soviet trial.
Marwitz, before commencing the action, addresses the Soviet Embassy in Berlin to confirm whether there was any agreement between K and the Embassy. Iakubovici admits, in a rather imprudent way, that he really spoke to Mr. K. about the treasure, and that, after this conversation, K. left for Moscow.
Yakubovich could no longer remember any formal obligations towards K. The process threatens to become embarrassing for the Soviet government, especially since the intervention of the Romanian government, which until then knew nothing of the fate of Queen Mary’s jewels, was inevitable.

In order to get rid of a lawsuit, the Soviet Embassy in Berlin intervened with the German Foreign Ministry, which took the necessary steps with the Ministry of Justice. Interventions were successful, as the process ended with no result: censuses could not be handed over to Ban.

 

 

 

The GIA wrote about her  study of

The Grand Sapphire of Louis XIV and The Ruspoli Sapphire

the theses is the center sapphire of the sapphire tiara of Queen Marie was the Ruspoli Sapphire.

I know, after Princess Ileana sold the tiara to an important US jeweler, the gem was broken out of his setting and crumpled, probably of growth cracks. The gem was lost.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Princess Salome Dadiani Royal Wedding gifts Diamond Tiara | Prince Achille Murat Imperial Marriage

Imperial Diadème | Princesse Salome Dadiani

LE MARIAGE DU PRINCE MURAT BONAPARTE

Precious Wedding Gifts Royal Jewellery and Imperial Bonaparte Wedding on 23 May 1868

Prince Murat Napoleon and PrincessSalome Dadiani of Mingrelia Wedding | Imperial Greek KeyTiara
Prince Murat Napoleon and Princess Salome Dadiani of Mingrelia Wedding | Imperial Greek Key Tiara

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 >>

 

Prinzessin Salome Dadiani, Prinzessin von Mingrelia| Prinz Achille Murat Neffe des Kaisers Napoleon III. >>
Kostbare Hochzeitsgeschenke Royaler Schmuck und Kaiserliche Hochzeit am 23. Mai 1868>>

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.

 

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Diadème dit „eglantine“ par Massin | Princesse Catherine Dadiany

Massin Oscar en Russie

Diadème dit „diadème aux eglantines“ par Oscar Massin

Le début de projet Oscar Massin a été acheté par la princesse Ekaterina Chavchavadze-Dadiany vers 1860 à Paris. Princesse Ekaterina Chavchavadze épousé une princesse géorgienne Dadiany David I, qui a régné jusqu’à sa mort en 1853, la Mingrélie Principauté.

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Diamond Devante de Corsage and Diamond Tiara made by Massin for Ekaterina Dadiani | Catherine Dadiany |Dadianov Jewels

Diamond Devante de Corsage and Diamond Tiara made by Massin for Ekaterina Dadiani | Catherine Dadiany |Dadianov Jewels Massin Diadème dit "eglantine" par Massin | Princesse Catherine Dadiany Massin Oscar en Russie Diadème dit "diadème aux eglantines" par Oscar Massin Le début de projet Oscar Massin a été acheté par la princesse Ekaterina Chavchavadze-Dadiany vers 1860 à Paris. Princesse Ekaterina Chavchavadze épousé une princesse géorgienne Dadiany David I, qui a régné jusqu'à sa mort en 1853, la Mingrélie Principauté.
Oscar Massin | Diamond Devante de Corsage and Diamond Tiara made by Massin for Ekaterina Dadiani | Catherine Dadiany |Dadianov Jewels

Oscar Massin in Russia

Royales Diamant Diadem | Duchess of Fife | Massin

Mit dem „Accient in Lieu“ -System können  Briten  – Steuerpflichtige wichtige Kunstwerke und andere Kulturgüter in öffentliches Eigentum überführen, während sie die Erbschaftssteuer oder eine ihrer früheren Formen zahlen. Der Steuerpflichtige erhält den vollen offenen Marktwert des Gegenstands, der dann einem öffentlichen Museum, Archiv oder einer Bibliothek zugewiesen wird. Dies wurde nun von dem Arts Council England für die Fife Tiara akzeptiert!

Die Geschichte dieses Diadem von Oscar Massin ist hier zu finden: https://www.royal-magazin.de/england/fife-massin-tiara.htm

Prinzessin Louise von Wales Hochzeitsgeschenke

Princess Royal Louise Duchess of Fife | Massin Diamond Tiara

Prinzessin Royal Louise Herzogin von Fife | Royal Wedding gifts

Prinzessin Royal Louise Herzogin von Fife | Marriage presents|Schmuck Hochzeitsgeschenke

Princess Royal Louise Duchess of Fife | Jewels, Diamond Comb

Princess Royal Louise Duchess of Fife | Forget-me-nots jewels

Princess Royal Louise of England | Arrow Diamond Brooch |Gifts and Presents

The diamond tiara given by the Duke of Fife to his bride, Princess Louise

The Acceptance in Lieu scheme enables taxpayers to transfer important works of art and other heritage objects into public ownership while paying Inheritance Tax or one of its earlier forms. The taxpayer is given the full open market value of the item which is then allocated to a public museum, archive or library.

The tiara is then located in the Historic Royal Palaces (Kensington Palace)  and the value was £1,400,000
source: Cultural Gifts Scheme & Acceptance in Lieu Annual Report 2016/17
Later in the posse

Massin diamond tiara | Royal Wedding Jewels Diamond  Duchess of Fife |  Princess Alexandra of Connaught |  Diamant Diadem History
Massin diamond tiara | Royal Wedding Jewels Diamond Duchess of Fife | Princess Alexandra of Connaught | Diamant Diadem History

ssion of her daughter:

The Panel considered the tiara to be pre-eminent under
the second and third criteria, in acceptable condition
and fairly valued. The tiara has been permanently
allocated to Historic Royal Palaces for retention and
display at Kensington Palace in accordance with the
condition attached to the offer.

Wedding Presents | Jewels | Princess Louise Duchess of Fife

Princess Royal, Louise of Wales, Duchess of Fife Wedding Gifts | Jewels | Royal Marriage
Princess Royal, Louise of Wales, Duchess of Fife
Wedding Gifts | Jewels | Royal Marriage

Wedding Presents | Jewels | Princess Louise Duchess of Fife | Royal Marriage Gifts

Princess Royal Louise Duchess of Fife | Massin Tiara

Prinzessin Royal Louise Herzogin von Fife | Wedding gifts

Prinzessin Royal Louise Herzogin von Fife | Marriage presents|Schmuck Hochzeitsgeschenke

Princess Royal Louise Duchess of Fife | Jewels, Diamond Comb

Princess Royal Louise Duchess of Fife | Forget-me-nots jewels

Queen Alexandras Wedding gifts

Maxima Krönungs Tiara | Queen Maximas Saphir Tiara

Maxima Saphir Tiara Krönung 2013
Königin Maxima von Holland trägt die Saphir Tiara der niederländischen Königin Emma

The Saphire parure, worn by the new Queen of Netherlands Maxima, was a gift of King Willem III to his wife Queen Emma in 1881.
The design is probably by the famous jewelery-designer Oscar Massin who also worked for the Paris jewelery-firm of Mellerio. The history and story behind that jewel, worn by Queen Emma :

Queen Juliana with the Massin Sapphire Tiara

Die Saphire Parure, der neuen Königin Maxima der Niederlande, war 1881 ein Geschenk von König Willem III an seine Frau Königin Emma.
Entworfen von dem bekannten Juwelen-Designer Oscar Masin  der unter anderem auch für die Pariser Juweliere Mellerio arbeitete…
Die Tiara getragen von Königin Juliana>>

Königin Beatrix mit der Saphir Tiara der holländischen Königin Emma>>

The Sapphire brooch worne from the new Queen Maxima: Die Saphirbrosche anlässlich der Krönungszeremonie

http://www.royal-magazin.de/niederlande/saphire-queen-wilhelmina.htm