Princess Beatrice is pictured in 1911 dressed for the coronation of George V and wearing these three diamond brooches. Each is of floral cluster design supporting five tasseled pendents, set with cushion-shaped diamonds and made in the mid 19th century in silver and gold.
Two of the tassel brooches were later sold at auction on 13 June 2000 in London for £33,850.
They was mounted before, as earrings with clip fittings, and probably sold to Cecile Zilkha, wife of a wealth iraquien banker Ezrah Zilkha.
In the year 2020 the jewel collection of Cecile Zilkha is offered after her death, her husband died in 2019, at Sotheby's, the diamond earrings/ tassel brooches, came to the light, again.
Princess Beatrice of Battenberg is the mother of Queen "Ena", Victoria Eugenia of Spain.
The Princess is pictured with her Greek key pattern tiara, surmounted by the fringe or sunray diadem that came to her from her mother Queen Victoria and was made for her circa 1866, according to jewellery expert Geoffrey Munn.
Again many thanks to Uwe Ripka
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