Doreen Knatchbull Hugessen Bridal Jewellery | Nobel Bride Melissa Knatchbull| Lady Brabourne Diamond Art Deco Suite Jewel|Royal Heirloom Jewels History
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Wedding of MAJOR THE HON. MICHAEL KNATCHBULL HUGESSEN AND LADY DOREEN BROWNE
The wedding took place on 22 January 1919 at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, of Major the Hon. Michael Knatchbull-Hugessen, M.C., R.A. and R.A.F., only son of Lord and Lady Brabourne, and Lady Doreen Browne, youngest daughter of the Marquess and Marchioness of Sligo.
Wedding of the 2nd son of Patricia Knatchbull, 2nd Countess Mountbatten of Burma, Lady Brabourne of Mersham, Ashford, Kent.
On the right side the honorable Mrs Hon. Michael-John Ulick Knatchbull, Melissa the noble bride with her bridal gown in broderie of dentelle de Nottingham, the wedding took place in 1985. She wore the bandeau, a family heirloom from her husband's paternal grandmother, on the wedding day.
The Queen and Princes Anne, Mrs Mark Phillips and the King and the Queen of the Hellenes were present at the marriage which took place at the Collegiate Church of St Mary Warwick.
The bandeau is created from the choker and pendant as the center of the tiara, see above
An Impressive Pair of Art Deco Diamond and Emerald Double Clip Brooches, of geometric design, dividing to form two small pairs one of which forms a brooch, each pave-set diamond openwork shield with a tringular emeralds and diamond collet centre with diamond collet and emeralds, ca 1925. 7,3cm.
An Art Deco Diamond and Emerald Choker and Earrings, designed as a series of calibre cut emerald and pave set diamond central bombe section to pave-set diamond buckle connections, with a pair of pendant earrings en suite with baguette-cut diamond detail made in 1925, 34cm long.
An Art Deco Diamond and Emerald Choker, the calibre cut emerald and pave-set diamond central bombe' sections to pave-set diamond buckle connections made in 1925.
An Art Deco Diamond and Emerald Choker and Pendant, the calibre cut emeralds and pave set diamond buckle connecitons, made in 1925 31cm long, pendant 4,1cm wide.
On the right side the honorable Mrs Hon. Michael-John Ulick Knatchbull, Melissa the noble bride with her bridal gown n Nottingham lace; the wedding took place in 1985. She wore the bandeau, a family heirloom from her husband's paternal grandmother, on the wedding day.
Thank you to Laura for her help.