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Pearls |Duchess of Bedford Marchioness of Tavistock Historic Jewels

Every famous jewel had a story, more about the Pearls |Duchess of Bedford Marchioness of Tavistock Historic Jewels

Duchess of Bedford | Famous Bedford Pearls, eight-row Pearl Necklace, Pear Pearls Earrings and Perl Stomacher| Important Jewels Nobel History
Duchess of Bedford | Famous Bedford Pearls, eight-row Pearl Necklace, Pear Pearls Earrings and Perl Stomacher| Important Jewels Nobel History Tavistock

 Pearl Necklace -Nicole Duchess of Bedford pearls 8 row Pearl Necklace|Duchess of Bedford Marchioness of Tavistock Historic Jewels

Bedeutende Bedford Perlen, acht-Reihige Perlenkette, Perlenohrhänger, Perlen Devante-de-Corsage | Familienschmuck der Herzogin von Bedford | Royal Jewels

Mary Princess of Orange | England | Princess Mary’s Diamond Brooch

Mary Princess of Orange | England | Princess Mary's Diamond Brooch
Mary Princess of Orange | England | Princess Mary’s Diamond Brooch
Princess Mary was born on 4 November 1631 at St. James’s Palace, the eldest daughter of King Charles I and Queen Henrietta Maria.
On 2 May 1641, at the age of nine,  the kings daughter was married to William II, son of Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange and Amalia von Solms, at the Chapel Royal, Whitehall Palace.

 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.

She was baptized on the same day by William Laud, Bishop of London. Mary remained in England for a year after the marriage, eventually following her husband to Holland in 1642, accompanied by her mother and a train of four hundred courtiers. In March 1647, William II succeeded his father as Stadholder of the Dutch Republic and Mary became Princess of Orange. Her new position at court, however, caused conflict with her mother-in-law. The ill health which Frederick Henry had suffered between 1640 and his death in 1647 had meant that Amalia had effectively ruled as Regent and Stadtholder during this time. Mary’s appearance at court seems to have represented something of a challenge to her mother-in-law, with one of Mary’s ladies allegedly saying that ‘it was time the princess should run the country’, since Amalia had done so for so long.  Source: christie’s

Fürstin Batthyany-Strattmann | Köchert Juwelen | Diamant Devante de Corsage Diamant Diadem

Maria Theresia Fürstin Batthyány-Strattmann geborene Gräfin von Coreth zu Coredo und Starkenberg und die Geschichte ihres  Imperialer Diamantschmuck und  der fürstliche Juwelen:

 

Fürstin Batthyany Köchert Stomacher Diamanten Brosche Schleife Devante de Corsage | Österreich Ungarn Hochadel
Fürstin Batthyany Köchert Stomacher Diamanten Brosche Schleife Devante de Corsage | Österreich Ungarn Hochadel

Maria Teresa Fürstin Batthyány-Strattmann | Imperialer Schmuck und Juwelen | Grosse Diamant Schleifen Brosche |Devante de Corsage Köchert

Princess Batthyány-Strattmann | Imperial Jewelry and Jewels | Big Diamond Bow Brooch | Stomacher Köchert | Devante de Corsage Köchert

Fürstin Batthyany-Strattmann Diamant Diadem Köchert | Imperialer Familienschmuck

Princess Batthyany-Strattmann Diamond Tiara made by AE Köchert | Coronation Jewels | Austria Imperial Nobles

Fürstin Batthyany large Diamond Bow Brooch from A.E. Köchert
Fürstin Batthyany large Diamond Bow Brooch from A.E. Köchert

 

 

 

 

 

Henrietta Jenny Fraser |Mrs Walter Ralph Bankes | Palmetten ornament tiara

Henrietta Jenny Fraser |Mrs Walter Ralph Bankes after her marriage, with her palmetten ornament tiara, spray brooch, pearl necklaces and the large Benkes stomacher brooch.
Henrietta Jenny Fraser |Mrs Walter Ralph Bankes after her marriage, with her palmetten ornament tiara, spray brooch, pearl necklaces and the large Benkes stomacher brooch.

Henrietta Jenny Fraser |Mrs Walter Ralph Bankes after her marriage, with her palmetten ornament tiara, spray brooch, pearl necklaces and the large Benkes stomacher brooch.

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.

Marchioness of Londonderry Famous Jewelry

Emerald Diamond Bracelet | Marchioness of Londonderry historic Jewels
Emerald Diamond Bracelet | Marchioness of Londonderry historic Jewels

more about the hidden treasure of the Londonderry jewelry:

The emerald Corrigan bracelet, so named in the Mount Stewart archives was noted for its central emerald of immense size that was understood to have been acquired by Cartier directly from an Indian Maharajah….click on the link for more:

Emerald Diamond Bracelet | Marchioness of Londonderry historic Jewels

Londonderry Jewels – Turquoise |Marchioness | Nobel Jewelry History | Türkisschmuck

Londonderry Jewels – Amethyst |Marchioness | Nobel Jewelry History| Amethystschmuck

Londonderry Jewels – Diamonds Stomacher | Marchioness | Nobel Jewelry History| Diamantschmuck

Londonderry Jewels – Diamond Tiara | Marchioness | Nobel Historic Jewelry | Diamantschmuck und Diadem

Londonderry Jewels – Pearls| Marchioness | Nobel Historic Jewelry | Schmuck mit Perlen

Londonderry Jewels – Emeralds |Marchioness | Nobel Jewelry History | Schmuck mit Smaragd

Londonderry Jewels – Emerald Bracelet | Marchioness | Nobel Jewelry History | Diamantarmband mit grossem Smaragd

Londonderry Jewels – Pink Topaz | Marchioness | Nobel Jewelry History | Schmuck mit Topas, rosa Topaz

Royal Jewels | Diamond Ribbon Devante de Corsage | Bow Stomacher | Duchess of Beaufort Lady Mary Cambridge

Royal Jewels | Ribbon Devante de Corsage | Bow Stomacher | Duchess of Beaufort Lady Mary Cambridge
Royal Jewels | Ribbon Devante de Corsage | Bow Stomacher | Duchess of Beaufort Lady Mary Cambridge

As member of the Royal Family, this Diamond jewels>> are worne at

Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937 and the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 – as well as the royal weddings in 1936 and 1947 more about the story behind the royal jewelry>>

Princess Caroline of Hannover | Monaco| Diamond Reed Stomacher Brooch Chaumet

From hidden Treasures & History of Royal Jewels | The story of :


Princess Caroline of Hannover | Monaco| Reed Stomacher Brooch Chaumet

Princess Caroline of Hannover | Monaco| Reed Stomacher Brooch Chaumet
Princess Caroline of Hannover | Monaco| Reed Stomacher Brooch Chaumet

The antique diamond reed sheat was made by Chaumet.


A motif that originated on silverware sets, the reed design became immensely popular during the Belle Equoque.

 Die Geschichte zu historischem Schmuck und Juwelen |  Fürstenhaus Monaco……..

Ruby Diamond Tiara | Helen Duchess of Albany |Jewels| Queen Victoria’s Indian Ruby and Diamond Tiara

Ruby Diamond Tiara | Helen Duchess of Albany |Jewels| Queen Victoria’s Indian Ruby and Diamond Tiara

Queen Victoria's Indian Ruby and Diamond Tiara | Royal Ruby Diamond Tiara | Helen Duchess of Albany |Jewels from Queen Victoria to her daughter-in-law
Queen Victoria’s Indian Ruby and Diamond Tiara | Royal Ruby Diamond Tiara | Helen Duchess of Albany |Jewels from Queen Victoria to her daughter-in-law

Diamond Tiara of Helen Duchess of Albany | Royal Wedding Diadem and brooch

Princess Helen’s Snake Bracelet of Diamonds|Royal Jewel History| Prinzessin Helene’s Schlangenarmband aus Brillanten

Royal Wedding gifts of Duchess Helen | Die königlichen Hochzeitsgeschenke der Herzogin Helen Albany engl.

Princess Waldeck – Pyrmonts Diamond Necklace | Diamond Starbust | Royal presents | Royal Jewel History | Geschenkeliste zur Vermählung in Deutsch

Bracelets | Wedding presents to Helen Princess of Waldeck-Pyrmont | Armbänder| Geschenke zur Hochzeit

Rose of York Diamond Brooch | Duchess of Albany Jewels | Brautschmuck der Herzogin von Albany

Princess Alice of Athlone Jewels | Helen Duchess of Albany | Fuchsia Diamond Wedding brooch

Ruby Diamond Tiara | Helen Duchess of Albany |Royal Jewels| Queen Victorias Indian Ruby and Diamond Tiara  

Diamond Jewels | Helen Duchess of Albany |Diamond Spray Brooch – Devante de Corsage | Stomacher

Portugal Queen Amalia Jewels | Königin Amelie Hochzeits Schmuck und Juwelen

 Queen Amalie of Portugal | Royal Emerald Necklace Tiara Jewels | Emerald Diadem Collier Queen Amalie of Portugal Wedding Jewellery and bijouterie | Emerald Diadem Collier  the large corsage brooch adorning her neckline. This piece with several leaf motifs studded with diamonds that frame 7 Colombian emeralds had been given to Doña Amelia on the occasion of her marriage to the heir to the Portuguese Crown by her uncle, Prince Henri of Orléans, Duke of Aumale. The brooch (part of a parure comprising a tiara and necklace) is supposed to have belonged to the late Duchess of Aumale, Princess Marie Caroline of the Two Sicilies.
Queen Amalie of Portugal | Royal Emerald Necklace Tiara Jewels | Emerald Diadem Collier
Wedding Jewellery and bijouterie

Royal Marriage Presents | Sapphire Necklace  Hochzeitsgeschenke für Königin Amelie

Royal Wedding Gifts The Fringe Tiara – Das Diamant Diadem

Royal Emerald Parure | Marie Amélie d’Orléans Queen of Portugal Presents to her Marriage

Her Famous Emerald Diamond Jewels – The original Stomacher, and the second item: Emerald devant de Corsage with an Orleans history.
Original Ornament, part of her necklace with Emeralds and Diamonds:

The Emerald Parure Royal Jewels Portugal

The Emerald Brooch Stomacher | Royal Jewels of Portugal

Emerald Diamond Jewels Queen Amalie of Portugal

Emerald Bangle Bracelet and Brooch of Queen Amelie of Portugal

Royal Emerald and Diamond Pendant-Brooch|Queen Amalie of Portugal |Rainha de Portugal Jóias| Jewels

Royal Emerald and Diamond Pendant-Brooch|Queen Amalie of Portugal |Rainha de Portugal Jóias| Jewels Queen Amelia of This piece with several leaf motifs studded with diamonds that frame 7 Colombian emeralds had been given to Doña Amelia on the occasion of her marriage to the heir to the Portuguese Crown by her uncle, Prince Henri of Orléans, Duke of Aumale. The brooch  part of a parure comprising a tiara and necklace  is supposed to have belonged to the late Duchess of Aumale, Princess Marie Caroline of the Two Sicilies.
Royal Emerald and Diamond Pendant-Brooch|Queen Amalie of Portugal |Rainha de Portugal Jóias| Jewels Queen Amelia of Portugal wearing her stunning emeralds, a large corsage brooch adorning her neckline.

Royal & Imperial Sapphires |Saphir Historische Safire

Royal Jewels - Sapphire and diamond necklace that belonged to Empress Marie-Louise of France (1791-1847), the second wife of Napoleon I important sapphires
Royal Jewels – Sapphire and diamond necklace that belonged to Empress Marie-Louise of France (1791-1847), the second wife of Napoleon I important sapphires||Habsburg Saphir Parure und Diadem| Hochzeitsgeschenk des Kaisers Franz an seine Tochter Marie-Louise

Royal & Imperial Sapphires | Jewels Jewelry | Saphir Schmuck Historische Safire

Jewel history in the older part of the Royal Magazin, with some updates:

Habsburg Sapphires Parure with Diamonds, Fleur de Lys Brooches, Stomacher, Necklace | Imperial Austrian Bourbon Piacenza TiaraRoyal Jewels - Sapphire and diamond necklace that belonged to Empress Marie-Louise of France (1791-1847), the second wife of Napoleon I important sapphires
Marie-Louise of Habsburg Sapphires Parure with Diamonds, Fleur de Lys Brooches, Stomacher, Necklace | Imperial Austrian Bourbon Piacenza Tiara Royal Jewels – Sapphire and diamond necklace that belonged to Empress Marie-Louise of France (1791-1847), the second wife of Napoleon I important sapphires

Sapphire Parure of the Marie-Louise Empress of France, Archduchess of Austria | Imperial Habsburg

Habsburg Sapphires Parure with Diamonds, Fleur de Lys Brooches, Stomacher, Necklace | Empress Marie Louise Sapphires

Saphir Schmuck der Kaiserin Marie-Louise | Sapphire Parure of the Marie-Louise Empress of France

Habsburg Sapphires Parure with Diamonds, Fleur de Lys Brooches, Stomacher, Necklace | Imperial Austrian Bourbon Piacenza TiaraRoyal Jewels - Sapphire and diamond necklace that belonged to Empress Marie-Louise of France (1791-1847), the second wife of Napoleon I important sapphires
Habsburg Sapphires Parure with Diamonds, Fleur de Lys Brooches, Stomacher, Necklace | Imperial Austrian Bourbon Piacenza TiaraRoyal Jewels – Sapphire and diamond necklace that belonged to Empress Marie-Louise of France (1791-1847), the second wife of Napoleon I important sapphires

Sapphire Parure for the Imperial and Royal Court | Chaumet:

Lanckoronski sapphires stomacher

Lanckoronski Sapphires brooch

Lanckoronski Sapphires tiara and necklace

Frankreich | France Saphires joyaux de Couronne |

The ORLÉANS SAPPHIRE PARURE

Les saphirs de la famille d’Orléans

 Empress Josephine’s Sapphire Parure

Sapphire Diamant Parure Crown Jewels of France

 

Bonaparte Sapphires Jewelery | Mellerio

Sapphire and Diamond Parure of Princess Eugenie of Greece

Sapphires Brooch Mellerio | Royal Jewels | Princess Bonaparte