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The Sapphire and Diamond Parure

Above right, an early painting of Queen Victoria of Great Britain and North Ireland wearing part of her sapphire parure. And a picture of her later; she always wore the same tiara but in different ways.

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The tiara, a coronet and brooch.
Her husband Prince Albert had designed the jewels and jewelry which she wore as he had arranged for her.

The brooch is Albert's wedding brooch and it found its way to her grand-grand-daughter Queen ElisabethII.

For her portrait painted by Winterhalter in 1846, Queen Victoria wore a narrow tiara of sapphires and diamonds. Twenty years later on 6 Feburary 1866, after the opening Parliament for the first time since Prince Albert's death, she noted in her diary that she had worn an ordinary evening dress, her widow's cap with a flowing tulle veil and this 'small diamond and sapphire coronet'.

Some important jewels she received for her Diamond Jubilee as presents must be mentioned. One was a bracelet with round medallions set in brilliants. From The Times:
"The design was very fine. On the round medallions were represented the rose, shamrock, and thistle, while the lotus flower representing the colonies. In oblong medallions were the figures 1837-1897. The centre was composed of the Royal Crown, set in stones to match the Imperial Crown, resting on the sword and sceptre of State.
The bracelet was composed of the fines brilliants, with large rubies and sapphires at intervals, representing red, white and blue, while the laurel leaves intermingled were intended to convey the idea of drawing the whole of the British Empire in bond of everlasting peace towards the Crown.
The beautiful jewel was designed by her Royal Highness Princess Henry of Battenberg and manufactured by Messrs. Rowland and Frazer, jewellers by command to the Queen and the Prince of Wales. The bracelet was enclosed in a casket covered with pale blue velvet, on the top of which in coned gold were the letters "V.R.I" in monogram surmounted by the Royal Crown, while at each corner, resting on small white velvet cushions were four Imperial Crowns, the casket resting on claw and ball feet, also carved out of solid gold.
The Empress Frederick sent a chrysoprase paperweight, set with an appropriate design in diamonds and other precious stones, the Princess of Wales and her family give a diamond brooch of very great brilliance, the large central stone being a veritable little "mountain of light". The Queen's other sons and daughters give a long chain necklet in diamonds, adorned with the crown and "1837-1897" and the family of the Princess Alice, including the Emperor and Empress of Russia, gave a brooch of diamonds and of beautiful cabochon sapphires.
The Duke of Cambridge the Duke and Duchess of Teck and other cousins of the Queen give a large gold book-cover set in diamonds and other stones and bearing facsimiles of the donors signatures engraved in the gold."


Source: The Times 18 Oct 1897;

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