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Turkish diamond necklace of rosettes

The diamond necklace of rosettes and the earpendants of Queen Victoria was a personal gift from the Sultan of Turkey, she called it my "turkish diamond necklace and earrings" and wore it on her wedding day, seen on the picture above on the right.

The marriage of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert was solemnized on the 10th of February 1840, at the Chapel Royal, St. James's.

Queen Victoria’s dress was of rich white satin, trimmed with orange flower blossoms. Her jewellery consisted of a pair of very large diamond earrings and a diamond necklace (the Turkish diamonds). Wearing no tiara, Her Majesty wore a simple wreath of orange flower blossoms which held a beautiful veil of Honiton lace. The magnificent veil did not cover her face, but hung down over her shoulders. A very few diamonds were studded in her hair behind which fastened the veil.


The 12 unmarried bridesmaids, who were daughters of peers, were also attired in white. The cost of the lace alone on the Queen’s dress was £1,000. The satin, which was of a pure white, was manufactured in Spitalfields. Queen Victoria wore the armlet of the Order of the Garter, having the motto of the: "Honi soit qui mal y pense,” inscribed. She also wore the star of the Order and bracelets.

The lace of Queen Victoria’s bridal dress, though popularly called Honiton lace was made in Beer, Devon. More than two hundred persons were employed upon it from March to November.

“The lace which formed the flounce of the dress, measured four yards, and was three quarters of a yard in depth. The pattern was a rich and exquisitely tasteful design, drawn expressly for the purpose, and surpasses anything that has ever been executed either in England or in Brussels. So anxious was the manufacturer that Queen Victoria should have a dress perfectly unique, that she has since the completion of the lace destroyed all the designs. The veil, which was of the same material, and was made to correspond, afforded employment to the poor lace workers for more than six weeks. It was a yard and a half square.

The dress worn by her Royal Highness, the Duchess of Kent, was of white satin splendidly brocaded with silver and trimmed with three flounces of blonde. It was trimmed with net and silver. The train was of sky-blue velvet lined with white satin and trimmed with ermine. The body and sleeves were tastefully ornamented with ermine and silver with blonde ruffles. The head dress was of diamonds and feathers with a necklace and earrings en suite.

Princess Augusta wore a corsage and train of rich blue velvet trimmed with Brussels point lace and tastefully ornamented with aigrettes of diamonds. There was a rich white satin petticoat with volants and heading of Brussels point lace. The head dress was of Brussels point lace with superb lappets to correspond and a magnificent spray of diamonds.

The Duchess of Sutherland wore a dress of white satin trimmed with barbs of Spanish point lace and white roses. Included was a stomacher of brilliants, point ruffles and berthé; plus a train of white moiré magnificently embroidered in coral and gold. The head dress was of feathers and point lappets with splendid diamonds.

The Royal bridesmaids are each to receive a brooch, the gift of Her Majesty. The brooch is in the shape of a bird, the body being formed entirely of turquoise, the eyes are rubies and the beak a diamond, the claws are of pure gold and rest on pearls of great size and value. The whole workmanship is very superior and exactly in accordance with the directions of the Royal bride”, wrote The Times.

The wedding gift from the bridegroom to the bride was a large sapphire-diamond cluster brooch -picture of the Prince-Albert-Brooch-.
The magnificent brooch, a large oblong sapphire surrounded by twelve round diamonds, was presented to her one day before their wedding. Queen Victoria noted in her diary "dearest Albert"came upstairs to her sitting room and gave her four fans and a "beautiful sapphire and diamond brooch". While the Prince was alive she wore it constantly.
Above on left she is wearing her heart-shaped diamond pendant together with the rosette necklace, which she later gave to her son Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught.
Source: The Times 1840

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