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The marriage this af te/noon of the earl of Granard and Beatrice Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Mills and niece of Ambassador Reid, has been awaited as one of the season's social 'events of Importance.
The bride Is a granddaughter of D. O. Mills, the financier and phllantroplst. It is private wedding, and the 250 guests are, without exception, relatives and private friends. They include members of the following families: Astor, Vanderbilt, Havemeyer, Twombly, Mackay, Whitney, Burden, Choate, Stuyvesaat Fish, Ogden, Cutting, Longworth, Reid, and Mrs. Bryoe.

The Earl of Granard is master of horse to King Edward and the head of royal equerries, which confers upon him the right to a seat. in. the king's carriage on state occasions.
A temporary altar, was erected in the Louis XV room in the Mills residence, in Sixty-ninth street for -the marriage ceremony, which was .per formed by Bishop Thomas J. Cusack of St. Stephen's Roman Catholic church.
The bride wore a white satin empire gown. The long court train will be embellished with the old point d Alencon lace worn by the brides mother at her wedding and the veil of the same lace will be held in place by a wreath of orange blossoms fastened and carried a prayer book instead of a bouquet.

( Miss Beatrice Ogden Mills's wedding dress has been made Worth, and, in the opinion of critical Parisiennes who saw before it was despatched work, is one the most beautiful creations produced by the Rue de la Paix. The material of the dress is embossed velvet on a white satin ground, with a special "morning glories" design in long lines running the entire length of the dress. It trimmed with lace of Louis Seize design, and has long lace sleeves and a lace yoke. The train over three and a half yards long, and though the costume in form a rich is given to it by tho design. Miss Mills will wear a superb lace veil matching her dress. The part of veil that oovers the face has a small floral pattern whioh broadens out towards the bottom of the veil, which is two and a half yards long, and was copied from model of the Louis Seize period. Worth has supplied dresses for Miss Mills since she was a little girl, and the wedding costume was made from measurements in the possession of the firm. Miss Mills has also ordered several beautiful evening gowns and tea golvns, designs for which are now engaging attention, and will be submitted to the bride when she comes to Europe. Another handsome gown to be made later will be the Court dress in which the Countess of Granard is to "presented" in London. Miss Mills pretty blonde, tall and slight, and of fine carriage. )


Miss Mills made an original departure in the way of attendants, having four little girls instead of girl friends as her bridesmaids. The four attend ants, the daughters of "Moses Taylor, Courtlandt Field Bishop. Clarence H. Mackay and Colonel John Jacob -Astor, wore caps of white lace and with liberty satin frocks covered with silverlace. From baskets of pink roses they strewed the path of the bride as she walked up the aisle.
Lord Granard's brother, the Hon. Donald Forbes, was best man.

The gifts to the bride - included a check from her father for $100,000 to be supplemented later on, it is said, by a London town house from her grand father, D. O. Mills.

Her twin sister gave her a check of 25 000.

Her mother gave her a coronet tiara of pearls and diamonds with tips of large pear shaped pearls and diamonds. which rank amont the most perfect jewels in Europe.

The bridegroom's gift to her were a collar, tiara and corsage ornaments of. diamonds, present to the bride is a magnificent long chain of diamonds and sapphires. a diamond comb resembling a small tiara, and the costly Granard jewels.

Mrs. Maturn Livingstone has given a diadem of diamonds,

Mrs. Whitelaw Reid the bride's aunts, a diamond collar;

Mrs. John Jacob Astor, a diamond pearl pin;

Mr. Clarence Mackay, a watch in grey enamel diamond setting with a long chain to match.

Mr. Alfed Vanderbilt's gift is a pair of large silver dishes for centre of the table,

Frederick Vanderbilt's a rope of wonderful pearls - necklace.


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goelet's ital vase wonderful beauty and work .

There are dozens of fans exquisitely some mounted with white ostrich on jewelled sticks, and others old Spanish design beautifully lluminated with Risk of mother-of-pearl set with jewels.


Numerous other gifts of diamonds and precious stones and a great quantity of silver' were showered upon her, the total value of her wedding presents' it is eaid reaching half a million dollars. The earl and countess will spend a few weeks at the country home.



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Above this necklace was made by Cartier, London, in 1932 for Lady Granard, daughter of American Ogden Mills. From the Cartier Archiv:

Diamonds in open-back platinum setting, in the centre a large rectangular emerald of 143,13carats. The front part with graduated Persian-style fringe on a flexible collar with diamonds set in a cresent shape, the back part with graduated buckle - shaped links detaches at the side. Completed in January 1932.

In addition to the huge emerald, there are four baton diamonds flanking the emerald and, on the lower elemet, fourteen square diamonds for each of the geometric fringe motifs, plus no fewer than 2011 brilliant-cut diamonds. The stones were all supplied by the client.

At first it was a long sautoir and changed to a round collar type necklace occurred around 1930-31.

** As an aside, the Mills was family was also connected to the family of Consuelo Vanderbilt, the Duchess of Marlborough.
Ogden Livingston (O.L.) Mills married Consuelo's step-sister in 1911. After Consuelo's father, William K. Vanderbilt, divorced her mother Alva, he remarried a woman named Anne Harriman Sands Rutherfurd. In 1911, O.L married Margaret Rutherfurd, her daughter from a previous marriage.

Source:Birmingham Daily Gazette;The San Francisco call;, "Daily Mail" Telegraphs;

 

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