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Hochzeit der englischen Prinzessin Louise, Herzogin von Argyll

Prinzessin Louise von Grossbritannien und Nordirland, Tochter von Queen Victoria


Geschenke, Queen Victorias 4. Tochter Louise anlässlich ihrer Hochzeit mit dem Duke of Argyll erhalten hat.

Aus "Forget not" Margaret Duchess of Argyll , W. H. Allen, London 1975

Sie bekam als Geschenk:
Febr. 1931 eine Cartier Diamant-Uhr von Lieutenant Commander George Pearson Glen Kidston
Ende 1931 einen Granat Ring von Max Aitken, Sohn von Lord Beaverbrook
Febr. 1932 einen Cabochon Saphir Ring von Fulke Warwick


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Princess Louise Duchess of Argyll|Royal Jewelry|Princess of Great Britain and Irland

It’s said that this tiara was a wedding gift of the Queen to Princess Louise and that as the Dowager Duchess of Argyll, she left it to her husband’s family. However, the lists of Royal wedding gifts to Princess Louise do not include a diamond tiara and Margaret, Duchess of Argyll’s memoirs indicates that Princess Louise left all her jewellery to the Duke of Kent upon her death.


Above on left the wedding of supermodel Jodie Kidd to Aidan Butler.
The bride is wearing a delicate diamond tiara with a gold frame and the diamonds appear to be set in silver. In the interview with the bride, she is asked about her tiara. Her answer:
"My grandmother Bumby left it to me when she passed away in 1988. I think she wore it to her wedding--or one of them, she married quite a few times! Queen Victoria gave it to her fourth daughter Princess Louise when she married the 9th Duke of Argyll, and when my grandmother married the 11th Duke in 1927, it was passed on to her. I feel honoured to be wearing it.” Source Hello


The bride's paternal grandmother was the Hon Janet Gladys Aitken, daughter of the 1st Baron Beaverbrook, and former wife of Ian Douglas Campbell (later 11th Duke of Argyll), the Hon William Drogo Sturges Montagu, scion of the Earls of Sandwich & Major Thomas Edward Dealtry Kidd, MBE.
Jodie and Jemma were descended from the Beaverbrooks. The heiress Margaret nee Whigham was Ian Campbell, the 11th Duke of Argyll's 3rd wife. Her daughter, Frances Sweeny, married the Duke of Rutland.
 
From the book: "Forget not"
Margaret Duchess of Argyll, W. H. Allen, London 1975Presented at Court, May 1930:
The Queen wore gold brocade, and the blue riband of the Garter. She had a coronet of emeralds and diamonds on her silver hair, and a matching necklace.


......1930
Then there were the charity galas, the most spectacular of which was the Jewels of the Empire Ball, held at the Park Lane Hotel. (GBP) 1.500.00 worth of jewels were worn by the women appearing in the parade, and sixty detectives were on guard in the ballroom, Much to our chagrin, Bridget [Lady B. Poulett, sister of Earl Poulett, another Debutante] and I were told to wear coral and turquoise respectively – not diamonds and emeralds as we had hoped. The second Jewel Ball in which I took part, two years later, was much more to my liking! I was laden with diamond bracelets up to my elbows, and wore an enormous diamond necklace and brooch – all loaned by jewellers for the occasion. The effect was startingly vulgar, and when photographs of me were published some people thought that the jewellery was mine and that I had gone berserk.


Febr. 1934, Wedding Charles Sweeny
… three large rooms were filled with over three thousand wedding presents. … There were gold cuff links for Charles from his golfing friend, the Prince of Wales, sent “with best wishes from Edward P”. Fulke Warwick gave me a cocktail cabinet in green shagreen, and Cecil Beaton painted a charming portrait of me – it still hangs on my bedroom wall – in which he gave a special emphasis to the sparkle of my engagement ring, of which I was enormously proud.

My parents gave me a mink coat, two silver foxes, a six-skin sable stole, and an ermine coat.
Charlie’s gift to me was a diamond solitaire ring, and his parents gave me a parure of aquamarines.

July 1953
… Ian and I went to London to prepare for the Queen’s Coronation. There are no jewels in the Argyll family, since Princess Louise [daughter of Queen Victoria] had left them all to the Duke of Kent on her death in 1939. But my parents had given me a diamond tiara, and I was lucky to have other jewellery of my own. There were no Argyll Duchess’s robes, either as the last ones had been made for Princess Louise in Royal purple, and these were worn at the Coronation by Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent. My robes, therefore, in red velvet and white ermine, were specially made for the occasion by Victor Stiebel, who also designed the silver dress that I wore under the robes. …
I also had to borrow a coronet from Clare, Duchess of Sutherland, who luckily had two.


London Febr. 1954
The police inspector told me that the house had been broken into. A cat burglar had shinned up to the back of the house, over the roof and into my bedroom where he had taken every piece of jewellery that I owned, none of which was insured.

 

 

Above on left the wedding of supermodel Jodie Kidd to Aidan Butler.
The bride is wearing a delicate diamond tiara with a gold frame and the diamonds appear to be set in silver. In the interview with the bride, she is asked about her tiara. Her answer:

"My grandmother Bumby left it to me when she passed away in 1988. I think she wore it to her wedding--or one of them, she married quite a few times! Queen Victoria gave it to her fourth daughter Princess Louise when she married the 9th Duke of Argyll, and when my grandmother married the 11th Duke in 1927, it was passed on to her. I feel honoured to be wearing it."

The bride's paternal grandmother was the Hon Janet Gladys Aitken, daughter of the 1st Baron Beaverbrook, and former wife of Ian Douglas Campbell (later 11th Duke of Argyll), the Hon William Drogo Sturges Montagu, scion of the Earls of Sandwich & Maj Thomas Edward Dealtry Kidd, MBE.

Jodie and Jemma were descended from the Beaverbrooks.The heiress Margaret nee Whigham was Ian Campbell, the 11th Duke of Argyll's 3rd wife. Her daughter, Frances Sweeny, married the Duke of Rutland

 

From the book : "Forget not" Margaret Duchess of Argyll , W. H. Allen, London 1975
Presented at Court, May 1930
The Queen wore gold brocade, and the blue riband of the Garter. She had a coronet of emeralds and diamonds on her silver hair, and a matching necklace.

1930
Then there were the charity galas, the most spectacular of which was the Jewels of the Empire Ball, held at the Park Lane Hotel. (GBP) 1.500.00 worth of jewels were worn by the women appearing in the parade, and sixty detectives were on guard in the ballroom, Much to our chagrin, Bridget [Lady B. Poulett, sister of Earl Poulett, another Debutant] and I were told to wear coral and turquoise respectively – not diamonds and emeralds as we had hoped. The second Jewel Ball in which I took part, two years later, was much more to my liking! I was laden with diamond bracelets up to my elbows, and wore an enormous diamond necklace and brooch – all loaned by jewellers for the occasion. The effect was startingly vulgar, and when photographs of me were published some people thought that the jewellery was mine and that I had gone berserk.

Febr. 1934, Wedding Charles Sweeny
… three large rooms were filled with over three thousand wedding presents. … There were gold cuff links for Charles from his golfing friend, the Prince of Wales, sent “with best wishes from Edward P”. Fulke Warwick gave me a cocktail cabinet in green shagreen, and Cecil Beaton painted a charming portrait of me – it still hangs on my bedroom wall – in which he gave a special emphasis to the sparkle of my engagement ring, of which I was enormously proud.

My parents gave me a mink coat, two silver foxes, a six-skin sable stole, and an ermine coat.
Charlie’s gift to me was a diamond solitaire ring, and his parents gave me a parure of aquamarines.

Juli 1953
… Ian and I went to London to prepare for the Queen’s Coronation. There are no jewels in the Argyll family, since Princess Louise [ daughter of Queen Victoria] had left them all to the Duke of Kent on her death in 1939. But my parents had given me a diamond tiara, and I was lucky to have other jewellery of my own. There were no Argyll Duchess’s robes, either as the last ones had been made for Princess Louise in Royal purple, and these were worn at the Coronation by Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent. My robes, therefore, in red velvet and white ermine, were specially made for the occasion by Victor Stiebel, who also designed the silver dress that I wore under the robes. …
I also had to borrow a coronet from Clare, Duchess of Sutherland, who luckily had two.

London Febr. 1954
The police inspector told me that the house had been broken into. A cat burglar had shinned up to the back of the house, over the roof and into my bedroom where he had taken every piece of jewellery that I owned, none of which was insured.


 

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