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Princess Elisabeth of Hesse Faberge Eggs | Faberge Ester eggs| Royal Imperial Gifts

Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine daughter of Ernst-Ludwig, last Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine, and Princess Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

Fabergé  Easter Eggs Royal and Imperial Gifts - Presents to the Princess Elisabeth of Hesse.  Royal Jewel History - jewellery of the Hous of Hesse 30 Easter eggs from Faberge presented by the Romanovs to Princess Elisabeth of Hesse -Fabergé  Easter Eggs Royal and Imperial Gifts - Presents to the Princess Elisabeth of Hesse.  Royal Jewel History - jewelry of the House of Hesse Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine daughter of Ernst-Ludwig, last Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine, and Princess Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
Fabergé Easter Eggs Royal and Imperial Gifts – Presents to the Princess Elisabeth of Hesse. Royal Jewel History – jewellery of the HousE of Hesse 32 Easter eggs from Faberge presented by the Romanovs to Princess Elisabeth of Hesse, see the details below:
 Fabergé  Easter Eggs Royal and Imperial Gifts - Presents to the Princess Elisabeth of Hesse.  Royal Jewel History - jewellery of the Hous of Hesse
Fabergé Easter Eggs Royal and Imperial Gifts – Presents to the Princess Elisabeth of Hesse. Royal Jewel History – jewellery of the Hous of Hesse

What’s happened about this treasure…..

Princess Elisabeth of Hesse and by Rhine daughter of Ernst-Ludwig, last Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine, and Princess Victoria Melita of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha The precious Eternity light of her royal and imperial jewel gifts

The 32 Faberge Easter Eggs in Detail from the Collection of Princess Elisabeth of Hesse

The Peridot Crown of Princess Elisabeth of Hesse

Large Diamond Stomacher with Diamond Fringes Devante de Corsage| Duchess of Connaught Princess of Prussia |Princess Arthur Royal Jewel History

the Duchess of Connaught, the photograph was taken at the Coronation of King George V1911 , 1865-1936.

She is wearing her Diamond Shamrock Tiara, a wedding gift of Edward, Prince of Wales, later King Edward, her brother-in-law.

We could see also her important three thiers diamond devante de corsage with fringes, probably made by CHAUMET, Paris, which she wore vefore at the coronation in 1902. The large diamond stomacher she left also to her only son Prince Arthur of Connaught. When he died, the jewels are in the possession of his wife Duchess Alexandra of Fife, Princess Arthur.

The Duchess of Connaught, the photograph was taken at the Coronation of King George V 1911, 1865-1936.

Large Diamond Stomacher with Diamond Fringes Devante de Corsage| Duchess of Connaught Princess of Prussia |Princess Arthur Royal Jewel History

Queen Alexandra’s wedding gift to Princess Royal Mary | Countess Harewood Lascelles

Queen Alexandra's wedding gift to Princess Royal Mary| Countess Harewood Lascelles Queen Alexandra's wedding gift to Princess Mary was an unusual six-row emerald bead and pearl necklace, composed of sixty-three graduated pearls and sixty-four graduated emerald beads strung alternately with green and white enamelled barrel snap. This necklace look's very similar to a wedding gift which Princess Alexandra received>>

Queen Alexandra's necklet bears the personal message.
"With every good wish for my darling granddaughter Mary's future happiness with her beloved husband. From her loving old granny Alex
six-row emerald bead and pearl necklace, composed of sixty-three graduated pearls and sixty-four graduated emerald beads strung alternately with green and white enameled barrel snap
Queen Alexandra's wedding gift to Princess Royal Mary| CountessQueen Alexandra's wedding gift to Princess Royal Mary| Countess Harewood Lascelles Queen Alexandra's wedding gift to Princess Mary was an unusual six-row emerald bead and pearl necklace, composed of sixty-three graduated pearls and sixty-four graduated emerald beads strung alternately with green and white enamelled barrel snap. This necklace look's very similar to a wedding gift which Princess Alexandra received>>

Queen Alexandra's necklet bears the personal message.
"With every good wish for my darling granddaughter Mary's future happiness with her beloved husband. From her loving old granny Alex 
  Harewood Lascelles
Queen Alexandra’s wedding gift to Princess Royal Mary| Countess Harewood Lascelles with her personal note to her granddaughter.

Countess Strathmore Diamond Jewels Marriage Bridal Jewels Wedding Gift in 1881| British Royal Jewels

"Wedding diamonds from Count Glamis, later Count of Strathmore and Kinghorne, to Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck- two inwinded hearts in diamonds with a crown as pendant, large brooch, worn on the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of York in 1923 - Countess Strathmore Diamond Jewels Marriage Bridal Jewels   Wedding Gift in 1881 | Raspberry Pip Topaz and Diamond Brooch | Queen Elizabeth II. Diamonds Queens Jewels| History Royal Jewellery England,present,gift,best diamonds,Queen ElizabethII,Schmuck,royals,royal jewels,diamant,diamonds, gold,history,Cecilia Nina Cavendish-Bentinck,Cecilia Bowes-Lyon, Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne,wedding,bridal gifts,royal gifts,royal wedding,bequest,left to Queen Mother,cross brooch,diamond cross,snake bracelet,bracelet,gold snake with diamonds,MARRIAGE OF MISS CAVENDISH BENTINCK.countess glamis,MARRIAGE OF LORD GLAMIS AND MISS CAVENDISH BKNTINCK,last will of the countess,left to the queen

Wedding diamonds from Count Glamis, later Count of Strathmore and Kinghorne, to Cecilia Cavendish-Bentinck- two inwinded hearts in diamonds with a crown as pendant, large brooch, worn on the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of York in 1923 Countess Strathmore Diamond Jewels Marriage Bridal Jewels Wedding Gift in 1881 |

Countess Strathmore Diamond Cross Wedding Gift in 1881 | Raspberry Pip Topaz and Diamond Brooch | Queen Elizabeth II. Diamonds Queens Jewels| History Royal Jewellery England

Romanov Diamond Riviere | Collier d’esclave| Nuptial Jewellery|Russia Crown Jewels

A mystery is solved about a part of the Romanov Crown Jewels:

More about the history of an extraordinary necklace, from the Russian Empresses to the heiress and ambassadress Mrs Thompson-Biddle in Paris.

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Romanov Diamond Necklace, Nuptial Jewellery Empress Alexandra Feodorovna Romanov,|Marriage jewels for Romanov brides, Russia imperial weddings, Princess Alexandra of Hesse, wedding jewels, Empress of Russia Diamond necklace

Romanov Diamond Riviere | Collier d’esclave| Nuptial Jewellery|Russia Crown Jewels| Imperial Wedding Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna

Diamond Riviere Romanov diamond necklace collier nuptial crown-jewels Russia Mrs Biddle Thompson in 1948 | Magnificent Jewellery Historic Jewels Russian History
Diamond Riviere Romanov diamond necklace collier nuptial crown-jewels Russia Mrs Biddle Thompson in 1948 | Magnificent Jewellery Historic Jewels Russian History

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Mrs Margaret Thompson Biddle, an american heiress and wife of the Ambassador Anthony Drexel Biddle Jr.

Mrs. BIDDLE Paris 1948 Opera l’O.N.U le president de la Republique, des ministres, des ambassadeurs— the press noted:

La plus belle rivière de diamants de l assemblée. Fourreau de velours noir brodé de strass de Balenciaga.

«Leurs» robes et «leurs» bijoux

LA BARONNE SELLIERE. — Brocart bleu et blanc, rivière et bracelets de diamants.

LA PRINCESSE DE FAUCIGNY-LUCINGE. — Tout en noir ; n’a pas quitté son chapeau (tyrolien à plumes) ni sa cape de zibeline. Pas de bijoux.

Mrs. BIDDLE. — La plus belle rivière de diamants de 1 assemblée. Fourreau de velours noir brodé de strass de Balenciaga.

LA DUCHESSE DE MAILLE. — Jupe de tulle et corselet bleu saphir sans épaulettes. Triple collier d’émeraudes et diamants

LA COMTESSE DE CASTELLANE. — Satin noir à épaulettes, triplé rang de perles.

Mme VOLTERRA. — Satin noir broché or, pendante et bracelets de diamants. Cheveux « hermine rosée ».

LA PRINCESSE GALITZINE. — Velours noir, cheveux argentés, toutes les bagues au même doigt.

LA COMTESSE DE POLIGNAC (Jeanne Lan vin Junior). — Cheveux cendrés, fourreau velours noir et satin vert ; pas de bijoux.

ANNABELLA. — Long fourreau blanc à « cornichons » d’or ; bracelets de diamants.

PRALINE (Miss Cinémonde). — Fourreau de satin gris acier brodé par Balmaln, longue cape de renard blanc.

Patricia ROC. — Justaucorns de tulle nègre et jupe de tulle blanc, pas de bijoux, cheveux argent.

Espanita CORTEZ. — Mantille de dentelle noire (naturellement), cape de renard platine et fourreau de satin noir.

IA DUCHESSE DE PREMIO REAL. — Tulle blanc et dentelle noire, pendentif et collier de diamants.

Mme CONSTANTIN ESCO. — Moire périnée de mauve et blanc (de Jacques Fath), avec une lourde parure de rubis et diamants.

Josette DAYDE. — Gorgerette et fourreau de satin gris.

Renée SAINT-CYR. — Cheveux flous sur les épaules, cape de renard platine.

Maria MONTEZ. — Robe de mousseline bayadère bleu et blanc, cheveux coupés court* sur les oreilles, pas de bijoux.

Mme FRANCHOT TONE. — Fourreau noir à revers de satin rose au corsage sans épaulettes, étole de satin rose et coiffure très américaine avec frange du plus franc blond platine.

Maureen O’HARA. — Robe de style en dentelle vert émeraude, cheveux rouge sang, maquillage pâle, pa* de bijoux.

Germaine ROGER. — Robe de satin framboise et boléro de renard bleu.

Margaret Thompson |Wedding in 1916 to Theodore Schulze| Important Jewel Collector Dollarprincess History History gilded age jewels wealthy families of America

Margaret Thompson Biddle |Chaumet Art Deco Diamond Tiara| Important Chaumet Tiaras History

Margaret Thompson Biddle|CARTIER Diamond Brooch Palmtree | Important Diamond Jewellery History

Fürstin Waldeck Pyrmont Diamond Flower Tiara | German Royal Jewel History

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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 Johann of Saxony , Duchess Isabella of Wuerttemberg – Herzogin von Sachsen| Impressive Ruby and Diamond tiara ca 1896

Princess Johann of Saxony-Duchess Isabella of Wuerttemberg, Duchess - Herzogin von Sachsen||Impressive ruby and diamond tiara ca 1896 kochert schleife 1886 - Diademe Köchert Tiara, Herzogin Maria Isabella von Württemberg | Koechert Diademe
Princess Johann of Saxony-Duchess Isabella of Wuerttemberg, Duchess – Herzogin von Sachsen||Impressive ruby and diamond tiara ca 1896

The first wife of Prinz Johann Georg von Sachsen – Herzogin Maria Isabella von Württemberg on her wedding day.

Herzogin Sophie von Württemberg - Duchess Sophie von Wuerttemberg - tiara of the first wife of Princess Johann of Saxony-Duchess Isabella of Wuerttemberg, Duchess - Herzogin von Sachsen||Impressive ruby and diamond tiara ca 1896 kochert schleife 1886 - Diademe Köchert Tiara, Herzogin Maria Isabella von Württemberg | Koechert Diademe bijoux de la Vienne impériale
Herzogin Sophie von Württemberg – Duchess Sophie von Wuerttemberg – tiara of the first wife of Princess Johann of Saxony-Duchess Isabella of Wuerttemberg, Duchess – Herzogin von Sachsen

This magnificent piece was subsequently passed down to her nephew, Albrecht Eugen, Duke of Württemberg (1895-1954).

Above we see his daughter, Duchess Sophie of Württemberg wearing the tiara in the 1960s and she wore it again in the 1990s.

It will be offered from Sotheby’s, at auction in the year 2023 „Vienna 1900 An Imperial and Royal Collection“ at Geneve.

It was sold for 762,000 CHF

Diamonds, the Rare Treasures from the Depths

Once formed over 150 kilometers deep within the Earth’s mantle, diamonds now glitter on many a ring finger. A recent study sheds light on how these precious gems made their way to the surface. Through geological clues and model simulations, researchers revealed how the breakup of tectonic plates led to volcanic eruptions that brought these „treasure-rich“ materials within our reach.

Kimberlites are volatile-rich, occasionally diamond-bearing magmas that have erupted explosively at Earth’s surface in the geologic past1,2,3. These enigmatic magmas, originating from depths exceeding 150 km in Earth’s mantle1, occur in stable cratons and in pulses broadly synchronous with supercontinent cyclicity4. Whether their mobilization is driven by mantle plumes5 or by mechanical weakening of cratonic lithosphere4,6 remains unclear. Here we show that most kimberlites spanning the past billion years erupted about 30 million years (Myr) after continental breakup, suggesting an association with rifting processes. Our dynamical and analytical models show that physically steep lithosphere–asthenosphere boundaries (LABs) formed during rifting generate convective instabilities in the asthenosphere that slowly migrate many hundreds to thousands of kilometres inboard of rift zones. These instabilities endure many tens of millions of years after continental breakup and destabilize the basal tens of kilometres of the cratonic lithosphere, or keel. Displaced keel is replaced by a hot, upwelling mixture of asthenosphere and recycled volatile-rich keel in the return flow, causing decompressional partial melting. Our calculations show that this process can generate small-volume, low-degree, volatile-rich melts, closely matching the characteristics expected of kimberlites1,2,3. Together, these results provide a quantitative and mechanistic link between kimberlite episodicity and supercontinent cycles through progressive disruption of cratonic keels.

Diamonds are made of ordinary carbon, but what sets them apart from materials like coal is their purity and consistency. Naturally, their highly compact crystal structure can only form under immense pressure and heat in the Earth’s mantle, conditions found at depths over 150 kilometers. Over millions of years, diamonds were „baked“ in this extreme environment. The process of how they reached the Earth’s surface was roughly understood: diamond-bearing rocks melted due to geological processes, rose through fissures, and eventually surfaced during volcanic eruptions. The remains of these cooled volcanoes formed the deposits where raw diamonds are found today, typically embedded in a material known as kimberlite, named after the South African diamond-rich location, Kimberley. However, previous models couldn’t fully explain the origin of kimberlite melts deep within the Earth. It was evident that these processes were somehow linked to the restructuring of the Earth’s tectonic plates.

Unraveling the Mobilization Process

To investigate the geological processes leading to mobilization and kimberlite eruptions, the team led by Thomas Gernon from the University of Southampton delved into the matter. „The pattern of diamond eruptions is cyclic and follows the rhythm of supercontinents forming and breaking apart over hundreds of millions of years. However, until now, we didn’t know the process that suddenly brings diamonds to the Earth’s surface after resting 150 kilometers deep for millions or billions of years,“ says Gernon.

To gather new insights, the researchers analyzed the global correlation between the occurrence of kimberlites and the history of tectonic plate movements on Earth. They combined radiometric dating results with tectonic reconstructions, revealing that kimberlites formed over the past billion years typically erupted about 30 million years after the breakup of continental plates in the corresponding regions. This suggested an association with specific processes occurring at rift zones.

Natur Diamanten,natürliche Diamanten

Hot Processes at Plate Boundaries

To shed light on the exact mechanisms, the team developed geological model simulations that provided a plausible picture of the processes. According to their explanation, a continental plate thins considerably over many millions of years before it breaks apart. This process, known as „rifting,“ causes the Earth’s surface to sink, eventually forming a rift valley. This is currently happening in East Africa, where the Rift Valley is forming. The model suggests that something similar occurs deep within the Earth: pieces of the underside of the plate sink into the mantle while hotter rock flows in from below to fill the void—similar to seawater on the surface. This incoming magma destabilizes the surrounding rock containing diamonds, turning the previously ductile material into a liquid that then rises upward. Eventually, through volcanic eruptions, it reaches the surface and solidifies into diamond-rich kimberlite.

Furthermore, the researchers can explain why volcanic eruptions with diamond-rich kimberlite can occur relatively far from the continental edges. These eruptions are also ultimately caused by plate breakup. Dynamic processes that extend far and wide occur during this process. „These flows along the underside of tectonic plates remove a considerable amount of rock, dozens of kilometers thick. This chain reaction ultimately reaches regions of the continents that are far from rift zones,“ explains co-author Sascha Brune from the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam.

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

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