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Rubin Diamant Set der Grossherzogin von Luxemburg, Prinzessin von Belgien

Schmuck der Grossherzogin von Luxemburg


Schmuckstücke, die die Prinzessin von Belgien zur Hochzeit 1953 mit dem Prinzen Jean, dem damals zukünftigen Großherzog von Luxemburg erhielt.
Darunter ist das exquisite Rubin Set, oben im Bild, bestehend aus einem Armband, ein Paar Ohrringen und einer Brosche in naturalistischer Blütenform des Pariser Juweliers ’ Van Cleef & Arpels’, - ein Geschenk ihres Vaters, dem belgischen König Leopold III.
In dem Ensemble wurden auffallend schöne Rubine verarbeitet. Das Haus VCA war sehr beliebt für grosse Juwelen und hat nur erstklassige Designer beschäftigt, die Blumen und Blüten aus Rubin hat der König des öfteren gewählt, ein Set in der angesageten invisible setting, unsichtbaren Fassung, nur viel grösser kaufte er bei VCA für seine 2.Frau Prinzessin Lilian.

Zu den Schmuckstücken, die einen historischen Bezug haben, gehört ein Perlen Choker, ebenfalls ein Hochzeitsgeschenk. Das Halsband war im Besitz von Königin Elisabeth von Belgien (1876-1965), die es von ihrer Tante, der letzten Königin von Neapel, die eine Schwester der Kaiserin Elisabeth (Sisi) von Österreich war, geerbt hat. Joséphine-Charlotte wird das Collier de Chien aus Perlen 1965 wiederum von ihr geerbt haben.

Schmuck des herzoglichen Hauses Luxemburg :
Chaumet-Tiara mit Perlen und Diamanten :: Chaumet Art-Deko Tiara :: Belgische Tiara :: Aqamarin Tiara :: Saphir-Cabochon-Tiara :: Smaragd-Collier ebenfalls als Tiara  ::Saphir-Collier ::

Diamant-Tiara der Grossherzogin Charlotte 

Saphir-Armband der belgischen Aristokratie

 

 

Ruby Diamond Set of the possession of Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte of Luxemburg

Her Jewel Collection:

A emerald and diamond bandeau-bracelet, circa 1920, offered to her mother, the legendary Queen Astrid, by her grandmother Queen Elisabeth on the occasion of her birth on 11th October 1927 to the gold necklace by Claude Lalanne, witness to her great interest in Contemporary Art, the collection illustrates the major events of the Grand Duchess’s life as well as her respected and admired personality.


The diamond tiaras of Princess Josephine-Charlotte:

The first tiara by Henry Coosemans, 1953, of arched and tapered form with stylised crescent, palmette and scroll motifs has a detachable diamond of 8.10 carats to be worn as a ring, and a central panel to be worn as a brooch, she wore it on her wedding day with Prince Jean on 9 April 1953.


The second one, by Van Cleef & Arpels, which can also be worn as a bracelet and a necklace, is an example of the remarkable quality of Van Cleef & Arpels’ workmanship


Amongst other wedding gifts; a ruby and diamond bracelet along with a pair of earclips and matching brooch, all by Van Cleef & Arpels, were a gift to Princess Josephine-Charlotte from her father King Leopold III of the Belgians


Sapphire and diamond tiara-bracelet, circa 1953, from a design by Jean Lantonnois, has a central motif which is detachable and can be worn as a brooch


A pair of diamond pendant earclips in a case by Altenloh, jeweller and silversmith to the Belgian crown ;


An emerald, ruby, pearl and diamond dragonfly brooch-hair ornament, circa 1900, a gift from the countess of Flanders to Queen Elisabeth , Duchess of Bavaria, for the christening of her son Prince Charles, born in 1903. It was then gifted from Queen Marie-José of Italy, sister of Leopold III to the Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte in 1985.

The eldest daughter of Leopold III, King of Belgium, and the legendary Queen Astrid, Princess Josephine-Charlotte (1927-2005), Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, elegantly carried out her role as the First Lady of Luxembourg by the side of Grand Duke Jean for 36 years.
Like her grandmother, Queen Elisabeth of Belgium, and her mother, Queen Astrid, the Grand Duchess was, behind her image of refinement, a woman who constantly worked for the benefit of children, family, health and culture.

Her Royal Highness, Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte of Luxembourg, Princess of Belgium born in Brussels on 11th October 1927, Princess Josephine-Charlotte and her brothers Baudouin and Albert, who successively became Kings of Belgium, were obliged to go into exile during the Second World War, while Leopold III decided to remain near his people.
On 9th April 1953, Josephine-Charlotte married to Prince Jean, the future Grand Duke of Luxembourg, the eldest son and heir of Grand Duchess Charlotte (1896-1985), and Prince Felix de Bourbon Parme (1893-1970).

The couple had five children: Princess Marie-Astrid (1954), Prince Henri (1955), the current Grand Duke of Luxembourg, Prince Jean (1957), Princess Margaretha (1957) and Prince Guillaume (1963). On 12th November 1964, Prince Jean succeeded Grand Duchess Charlotte who, after reigning for 45 years, gave up the crown in favour of her son. Grand Duchess Josephine-Charlotte assisted her husband in carrying out his activities until 2000, the year when Grand Duke Jean abdicated, after a reign of 36 years, in favour of his eldest son, Prince Henri.
source:sothebys

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