Eine absolute Rariät, eine der wenigen noch vorhandenen Tiaras des berühmten St Petersburger Juweliers Faberge.
           Brillanten und Diamanten verziehren 2 sich in der Mitte treffende Mhyrten Zweige mit Beeren aus Gold und Silber. Jeder Zweig besteht aus 2 Teilen. Der Werkmeister Albert Holmström fertigte dieses Juwel in der bekannten Spitzenqualität für die Faberge bakannt war.<br>
          Anlässlich der Hochzeit von Hugh William Grosvenor und Lady Mabel Florence Crichton im Jahr 1906 wurde es gekauft und ist im Besitz des Herzogs und der Herzogin von Westminster, somit ein Teil ihrer ausergewöhnlichen Collection von Tiaren. Myrtle-Leaves and berries as a Diadem Duke of Westminster This Head Ornament in brilliant diamonds, composed of two sprays of myrtle leaves and berries, the stalks are engraved red gold, leaves in a rubbed-over silver setting, pierced to suggest veining and the backed in gold.
Each spray, which is made in two parts measures 7 1-2 inches in length and ist made by Faberge workmaster Albert Holmström. Purchased to mark the marriage of Hugh William Grosvenor and Lady Mabel Florence Crichton, which took place in 1906. 
This version of tiara was popular at the turn of the nineteenth century as a revivel of the Neo-classical style. Die Collection des Herzogs von Westminster - Faberge Tiara Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster
Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster leaf of diamonds Vom Hofjuwelier des Zaren - Faberge Myrtenkranz mit Beeren aus Diamanten Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster Myrtle-Leaves and berries as a Diadem Duke of Westminster
Die Collection des Herzogs von Westminster - Faberge Tiara  Myrthe zierte den Tempel der Liebesgöttin Aphrodite, und griechische Bräute trugen einen Brautkranz aus Myrthe Diadema de la colección del duque de Westmister - Tiara Fabergé de hojas de mirto y bayas. Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster
Myrtle-Leaves and berries as a Diadem Duke of Westminster Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster The Laurel-Myrtle-Leaves, set with cushion shaped diamonds. Die Collection des Herzogs von Westminster - Faberge Tiara Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster
Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster Vom Hofjuwelier des Zaren - Faberge Myrtenkranz mit Beeren aus Diamanten Myrtle-Leaves and berries as a Diadem Duke of Westminster Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster lady-tamara-grosvenor

Faberge Tiara | Diadem aus der Collection der Herzöge von Westminster

Eine absolute Rariät, eine der ganz wenigen noch erhaltenen Tiaras des berühmten St Petersburger Juweliers Faberge.

Brillanten und Diamanten verzieren zwei, naturalistisch fein ausgearbeitete, sich in der Mitte treffende Myrhten Zweige mit Beeren aus Gold und Silber. Jeder Zweig besteht aus 2 Teilen. Der Werkmeister Albert Holmström fertigte dieses Juwel in der bekannten Spitzenqualität für die Faberge bekannt war.
Myrthe war bei allen alten Völkern heilig und der Göttin Aphrodite geweiht, sie zierte den Tempel der Liebesgöttin und griechische Bräute trugen einen Brautkranz aus Myrthe, als Symbol der weiblichen Reinheit, Grazie und Liebe, soll sie auchnach altem Glauben, Liebe und Jugend erhalten.
Anlässlich der Hochzeit von Hugh William Grosvenor und Lady Mabel Florence Crichton im Jahr 1906 wurde es gekauft und ist im Besitz des Herzogs und der Herzogin von Westminster, somit ein Teil ihrer ausergewöhnlichen Collection von Tiaren.

Faberge Tiara | Myrtle-Leaves and Berries as a Diadem from the Collection of the Duke of Westminster


This Head Ornament in brilliant diamonds, composed of two sprays of myrtle leaves and berries, the stalks are engraved red gold, leaves in a rubbed-over silver setting, pierced to suggest veining and the backed in gold.
Each spray, which is made in two parts measures 7 1/2 inches in length and ist made by Faberge workmaster Albert Holmström. Purchased to mark the marriage of Hugh William Grosvenor and Lady Mabel Florence Crichton, which took place in 1906.
This version of tiara was popular at the turn of the nineteenth century as a revivel of the Neo-classical style. Myrtle leave and berries were sacred to Aphorodite and Faberge ocuppied this interpretation of this ancient theme as allegory of grace, love and virgin for this bride - diadem.

THE gilt-edged invitation set the tone for the society event of the year: the wedding guests were asked to indicate whether they were intending to land by private jet or helicopter. 
Their destination was Chester cathedral for the marriage yesterday of the Duke of Westminster’s daughter, Lady Tamara Grosvenor, to Edward, scion of the van Cutsem family — “best friends by appointment” to the heir to the throne. The bride arrived with her father in a vintage Rolls-Royce at 11.30am and was helped from the car by Bruce Oldfield, the designer of her dress. It was made of ivory silk georgette embroidered with rows of tiny antique velvet rosebuds. Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster
The 650 guests, who went on to a reception at Eaton Hall, the duke’s country seat, represented the largest gathering of the country’s old ruling class since the ousting in 1999 of all but a rump of the hereditary peers from the House of Lords. Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster Edward van Cutsem, 29, is the eldest son of Norfolk landowners Emilie van Cutsem and her husband Hugh, a friend of Prince Charles' from his university days at Cambridge. Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster
According to chatter at the reception, the bride received a gift of £10m and a house in Belgravia, central London, from her father. According to The Sunday Times Rich List, the Duke of Westminster is Britain’s wealthiest aristocrat, with a fortune of £5 billion, derived principally from property. Faberge Myrtle-Leaves and berries Tiara | Nobel historic Jewelry royal jewels| Duke of Westminster The bride arrived with her father in a vintage Rolls-Royce at 11.30am and was helped from the car by Bruce Oldfield, the designer of her dress. It was made of ivory silk georgette embroidered with rows of tiny antique velvet rosebuds. Lady Tamara will assume her husband's name but retains her title, so her married name will be Lady Tamara van Cutsem. 

The Duke and Duchess of Westminster said in a statement:

Diadema de la colección del duque de Westmister: Tiara Fabergé de hojas de mirto y bayas


Este ornamento de brillantes, está formado por dos hileras de hojas de mirto y bayas a cada lado. Los tallos son de oro rojo grabado, las hojas poseen una base de plata repujada con impresiones de vetas, con la parte posterior de oro.
Las hileras, de casi 5 cm. de longitud, son la creación del maestro Albert Holmström de la Casa Faberge. Fue adquirida en 1906, en ocasión de la unión matrimonial de Hugo William Grosvenor y Lady Mabel Florence Crichton.
Este diseño era muy popular en el siglo diecinueve, durante el revival del estilo neo-clásico.

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