In 1920 Boucheron Paris received the order to made an bandeau and choker for Viscountess Harcourt.
The emerald and diamond choker was worn by her in the picture above as a bandeau and hair jewel.
It's not known yet if stones were taken from the jewels of her mother, Anne Morgan for this order. The late Mrs Morgan left her daughter a significant bequest of jewellery.
The marriage of Mr Lewis Vernon-Harcourt, eldest son of Sir William Harcourt, with Miss Mary Ethel Burns took place on 1 July 1899.
The bride's dress, which was made by Worth, was of rich white satin, with transparent yoke and sleeves of Brussels lace, the bodice being draped and the skirt trimmed with the same valuable fabric, her mother's gift, while a crown of orange-blossoms and a veil of beautifully fine lace with woven pearl flowers into its design, and a wonderful jewelled monogram in the corner, It was immensely long and wove over the wedding dress, producing an effect that was quite novel and extraordinarily graceful.
Her only ornament was a single row of pearls, a present from Mr J. Pierpont Morgan, and large pearl earrings. Her bouquet was composed entirely of orchids.
The costly wedding presents exceeded 700 in number, and among them was a tortoise-shell and silver casket from H.R.H the Duchess of Fife and the Duke of Fife.
The bridal gift to Miss Burns, the jewels and jewellery from:
The brides mother a superb diamond crown.
The bridegroom presented a handsome diamond aigrette, a sapphire and diamond horseshoe brooch, diamond single-stone earrings and a diamond and ruby ring.
Sir W. and Lady Harcourt gave three bracelets, one a half hoop of diamonds, another of sapphires and the third of rubies and diamonds with cluster centre.
A magnificent necklace of diamonds, with large pendant stones all round, which formed part of the Crown jewel of France, was left to the bride by her grandfather Mr J.S. Morgan to be given to her on her marriage, the necklace is made by Boucheron.
Mr Walter Burns presented a high diamond tiara set with large turquoises, surrounded with diamonds. It was accompanied by a broad collar of the same stones and earrings to match. It was made by Boucheron.
Mr J. Pierpont Morgan gave a string of fine pearls with ruby and diamond clasp, and a long chain of diamonds
Misses Pierpont Morgan a diamond collar of delicate lace-like work
Caroline Morgan a diamond brooch
Ursula Morgan an emerald and diamond brooch
Mrs John B. Morgan a gold chain bangle set with diamonds and sapphire
Mr and Mrs James Goodwin a pearl and diamond new moon
Sarah S Morgan Opal and diamond sleeve links
Prince Frederick Dhuleep Singh a turquoise brooch
Alfred de Rothschild a diamond bracelet with large sapphire centre
Lord and Lady Farquhar a gold parasol handle tipped with a star sapphire set in diamonds
Mr Edward Beit a diamond bird brooch with ruby eyes
Mr and Mrs Vanderbilt a long chain set with sapphires and diamonds alternatively
Mr and Mrs L.P. Marton a diamond new moon
Sir H Burdett a long red enamel and pearl chain
Earl and Countess of Leven and Melville cairngorm heart pendant set with pearls and diamonds
The bridegroom presented to the bridesmaids gold curb bracelets set with sapphires with a pendant medallion bearing the initials "M.L." in diamonds and sapphires.