Oben im Bild ein Geschenk an die Herzogin Marina von Kent, einer geborenen
Prinzessin von Griechenland und Dänemark.
Dieser Schmuck aus Diamanten, gearbeitet als grosse Margeriten Blüten,
gehörte der Prinzessin
Louise, Herzogin von Argyll
Above jewels given to HRH Princess Marina of Greece & Denmark
and pathed to her daughter-in-law Princess Marie Christine of Kent.
This daisies are onced in the posession of Princess
Louis, Duchess of Argyll >>
Particularly lovely are the diamond mounted as hairpins which are understood to be included in the Duchess' inheritance. She will probably wear these in her hair as diamond clips, for she is fond of wearing stars in her hair.
Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll´s relationship with her family
was generally close. Although at times she bickered with the Queen, and
her sisters Helena and Beatrice, the relations did not remain strained
for long. She retained a lifelong correspondence with her brother, Prince
Arthur, and was one of King Edward VII's favourite sisters.
Of all her
siblings, she was closest to Prince Leopold, later Duke of Albany, and
she was devastated by his death in 1884. In the younger generations of
the family, Louise's favourite relatives were the Duke and Duchess of
Kent. At the coronation of King George VI in 1937, Louise lent the Duchess
the train that she designed and wore for the Coronation of Edward VII
Another present was a beautiful bracelet in the shape of a coronet, centre of which is a large
diamond surrounded by eight smaller diamonds. This is set in silver instead of gold, and would thus be most fashionable of that time.
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