Imperial Sapphire Parure Of Empress Marie Feodorovna Romanov | Russia

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Sapphire-Cabochons:
I. oval shaped cabochon sapphire: 260,37 ct
(It was bought by Alexander II. at the occasion of the “Exposition Universelle” in 1862 in Paris for his wife Maria-Alexandrovna.)
II. oval shaped cabochon sapphire: 197 ct
III. oval shaped cabochon sapphire: 161 ct
Facetted sapphires:
IV. cushion shaped Ceylon sapphire: 249,35 ct
V. cushion shaped Ceylon sapphire: 142,00 ct
VI. oval shaped Ceylon sapphire: 65,18 ct

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Some jewelry from the possession of Edwina Countess Mountbatten of Burma are offered at auction in March from Sotheby’s:

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Queen Elizabeth II Jewels

Queen Elizabeth II | Maple Leaf Diamond Brooch Canadian Legion Wedding Gift| Royal Jewels England
Queen Elizabeth II | Maple Leaf Diamond Brooch Canadian Legion Wedding Gift| Royal Jewels England

Queen Elizabeth II during her life which have not been seen in public.

Special thanks to Franck:

I. Leslie Field :

– A double rose diamond brooch ;
– The Queen’s Lloyds of London Lutine brooch ;
– The Queen’s Diamond and ruby sea Creature brooch ;
– A cluster ring ;
– Two rings with yellow diamonds, one round and one square ;
– A delicate narrow link bracelet with floral motifs ;
– The two sapphire tiaras ;
– The Queen’s Sapphire Bumblebee brooch ;
– The sapphire Maltese brooch ;

II. Press articles :

– The sapphire and diamond brooch gift from Khrouchtev ;
– The Queens’s Jamaica brooch ;
– During the royal visit to Sri Lanka, the queen received 2 brooches as gifts in Knady : One was described as a sword-fruit flower (Known) and the other as a navaratne (?)
– A diamond watch from Imelda Marcos ;
– A diamond watch from the Emir of Qatar in 1978 ;

III. Books :

– Theirs is the Kingdom by Andrew Morton : sapphires from the Emperor of Japan.
– Suzy Menkes : Yet he will give his wife presents like the enamels and gem set necklace in the queen’s perennially favourite flowers p 154

IV. Officiels :

– A parure consisting of a necklace, earrings, a bangle, and a ring given by the Emir of Kuwait during his November state visit. ;
– Five-strand pearl necklace of made from natural pearls sourced from the Arabian Gulf from the President of the United Arab Emirates ;
– Two seashell necklaces and a basket given by the President of the Marshall Islands.
– Precious stones from the President of Namibia.
– A sapphire and diamond brooch in the shape of a fern from the President of Sri Lanka
– A Sharyak brooch and an ornate dagger from the President of Kazakhstan.
– Four enamelled scarab beetles, from Bangladesh ;
– A silver filigree brooch presented by the President of Bulgaria, who visited for an audience
– A brooch in the form of the Armed Forces Day Flag from a member of the public
– A round silver brooch of Celtic design from the Royal British Legion, presented during the visit to Northern Ireland

V. V. Wedding gifts :

a. Tiaras :

i. The emperor of Ethiopia : A gold tiara chased in openwork with symbolic device
b. Necklaces :

i. The Dominon of India : Two pairs of jewelled anklets set with brillants and enamel drops mounted as a necklace
ii. Mrs C E Albrecht : A gold chain and heart-shaped pendant with Ceylon stones
iii. Colonel Samuel J.Sutherland : Carved rosewood necklace in tooled leather jewel case
iv. Miss Angela Repard : Red bed necklace

c. Brooches :

i. Her Royal Highness the Markgräfin von Baden, Theodora Princess of Greece, sister of Prince Philipp : A diamond and ruby brooch
ii. The Maharao Raja of Bundi : An antique Rajput Headpiece of gold set with pearls, rubies and diamonds. This Headpiece, traditionally worn by the Rulers of Bundi has now been mounted as a brooch
iii. The Members of the Canadian Legion of the British Empire service League : A Gold maple leaf brooch set with diamonds and bearing the badge of the league in enamel and diamonds
iv. The grand Master Mason, office Bearers and Brethern of the Grand Lodge of Scotland : A diamond flower and spray brooch
v. Mr John Ewan : A brooch of New Zealand greenstone mounted with gold
vi. Miss M D Sutherland : A gold, pearl and turquoise brooch
vii. The people of Ross and Cromarty : A brooch set with pearl from Ross-Shire Rivers
viii. The members of his Majesty’s Medical Household in Scotland
A gold and cairngorm brooch
ix. Mr Edward Williams : A gold and enamel brooch
x. The Reverant F Keeling Scott/ Mr Abdulla Hasham Gnaggi : A gold and enamel flower brooch
xi. Mr Carnet W Shields : A cameo brooch
xii. Miss M Hatswell : An Italian cameo brooch
xiii. Mrs O Baker : A cameo brooch representing Jeanne d’Arc
xiv. British subjects from various Nations of the Commonwealth and friend of Portuguese East Africa : A gold and jewelled brooch convertible into two clips, typical of Portuguese workmanship
xv. The junior Red Cross of Grade 5, Rideway Public School, Scotland : A maple leaf brooch
xvi. Miss Peggy Campbell : A pair of jewelled clip brooches and chain
xvii. Miss Amy Douler : An oval gilt brooch with flowers designs worked in Satin by the donor
xviii. Czech children of the secondary school in Pragu : Three Czechoslovak jewelled brooch ornaments
xix. Men of the disabled sailors and soldier work : Two hand man birds brooches
xx. Miss Betty Butler : Feather brooch in the form of a wild duck
xxi. Miss F Grunberg : A jewelled brooch
xxii. The sixteenth Fifth Lancers : The badge of the regiment in gold, enamel, rubies and diamond
xxiii. Miss E.M Bratby : A gold and ruby tie pin
xxiv. Mr P Stewart :Three gold Safety pins in case
xxv. Mrs F Hooker : A gold and enamel tie pin bearing Queen Victoria’s cypher
xxvi. Mrs E Stuart Clark : A gold tie pin, mounted with a miniature of George IV
xxvii. Mrs L.S Pike : Silver brooch
xxviii. Mrs I Woodcock : A silver filigree brooch
xxix. The second Orkney troop by scouts : A Scottish silver brooch and cuff links
xxx. Miss P Haberman : A silver and paste brooch

d. Bracelets :

i. Miss Sharman Douglas : Gold bracelet with diamond and sapphire motif

e. Pendants :

i. All Burmese women’s Freedom League : A ruby and diamond pendant
ii. The Lord and Lady Jessel : A diamond and sapphire pendant in the form of a star
iii. Madame Maria V de Carvalho : A Heart-shaped pendant in gold filigree and enamel
iv. Miss L.T Sykes: Medaillon commemorating the coronation of queen Victoria

f. Watches :

i. Mrs R Benham : A diamond wrist wratch
ii. Mr Henry L Lambert : A gold watch set in the form of a key

g. Rings :

i. The Girl of Malaya : A chased silver flower ring
ii. Girl Guide Shirley Roberts : Silver napkin ring

h. Earrings :

i. The Queensland Branch of the royal Society of St Georg : A pair of opal earrings

i. Other jewels :

i. The people of Tangangika : An uncut diamond
ii. Salman Bin Hamed Alk helifahn Ruler of Bahrain : A pear shell containing seven large pearls
iii. Baron Richard j Touch Sradding : A magic gem of the orient : The agni Mani
iv. Mr Hector Maclean and the people of Iona : An Iona green stone
v. The Earl and Countess Beauchamp : An agate jewel casket mounted with silver
vi. Major A.E Murray : Carved cameo in a case
vii. Mr D Shapio : An unset cameo, head of King George VI
viii. Miss Elizabeth Elin : Two engraved silver crosses
ix. Miss Alice Waston : Two sets of shell jewellery

List of mysteries About Royal Jewels | Great Britain England

The list from Franck, friend and history jewel lover, from the History of Famous Jewels and Collections Board.

The where about

I. Former Queens :

a. Queen Adelaide :

Queen Adelaide’s diamond collet necklace

II. Queen Alexandra
a. Certainly in the vault
i. Queen Alexandra’s Lalique hair ornament (Suzy Menkes) ;
ii. The huge badge from the Ladies of South Wales
iii. The opals from the ruby and diamond parure


b. Mysteries
i. A short of diamond crown worn at the Devonshire ball
ii. The hair combs with huge diamonds worn with the small diamond crown from Queen Victoria
iii. The huge diamond necklace (left side in the link)
iv. Several diamond collet necklaces (on least one with huge diamonds)
v. A second Cartier Resille necklace
vi. A huge pearl and diamond necklace
vii. A ruby diamond choker & bangles – gift of the ladies of South Australia in 1889
viii. The demi-parure of opals – wedding gift – Queen Victoria
ix. The diamond earrings given as a wedding gift by the Corporation of the City of London
x. The diamond stars brooches
Xi. Emerald and diamond flower brooch from HRH The Duchess of Cambridge maybe in the NRC

III. Queen Mary

Another of the royal wedding gift from the Duke of York, later King George, to his bride was a large and decorative anchor of big single diamonds in line, with two large sapphires, the royal bride wore it on her wedding gown very prominent on the wedding day. The whereabou is unknown.
Another of the royal wedding gift from the Duke of York, later King George, to his bride was a large and decorative anchor of big single diamonds in line, with two large sapphires, the royal bride wore it on her wedding gown very prominent on the wedding day. The whereabou is unknown.

a. Certainly in the vault :

i. The lozenge tiara – last worn by Princess Margaret ;
ii. The sapphire and diamond tiara – last worn by Princess Margaret -certainly in the vault
iii. The pearl and diamond stomacher
iv. The Delhi Durbar emerald and diamond stomacher
v. The Cambridge emerald and diamond bangle
vi. The Resille Cartier necklace
vii. The ruby and diamond brooch from the Countess of Torby (Andrew Morton)

b. Mysteries :

i. The laurel wreath/leaves tiara worn by Princess Mary the Princess Royal
ii. 8 important collet necklaces : the fate of 4 of them – No information of the others 4
iii. On least 2 small collet necklaces worn with pendants at operas, theatres…
iv. The diamond collet necklace wedding gift from the Prince and the Princess of Wales
v. A diamond fringe necklace worn for several portraits
vi. The ruby and diamond hair comb
vii. The ruby and diamond choker
viii. The sapphire and diamond choker -found by Beth
ix. Ropes of pearls
x. The long feather diamond brooch from Empress Eugenie of France
xi. Big sapphire and emerald brooches
xii. The ruby, emerald and diamond brooch from Princess Helena
xiii. The huge amethyst and diamond brooch worn with the amethyst parure

c. Wedding gifts :

i. Diamond necklace from the Duke of Westminster used as diamond band
ii. A Forget me not Diamond pearl Aigrette
iii. A pearl and diamond comb – Sir G. and Lady Lucas
iv. The feather diamond aigrette from the groom
v. A five-row pearl necklace given by her husband
vi. a peridot, ruby and diamond peacock feather brooch with a small bow from the Ex-Queen Isabella of Spain
vii. Others wedding gifts

Diamond arrow brooch, hairpin, headornament,hadpin, cubid*s dart, cubid’s arrow in diamonds Queen Mary Royal Jewel History

viii. A diamond arrow brooch from Earl and Countess of Dudley

IV. Queen Elisabeth the Queen Mother

a. Certainly in the vault

i. The Duchess of York’s diamond necklace ;
ii. A long diamond sautoir worn as Duchess of York
iii. The emerald and diamond necklace from Mrs. Ronald Greville
iv. The emerald and diamond long sautoir from Mrs. Ronald Greville (Press articles from Beth)
v. A pearl and diamond sautoir, consisting of five rows of pearls, mounted on fine platinum wiree with a large pearl drop>> from the Citizens of London
vi. A pearl and diamond platinum sautoir necklace, emerald and diamond tassel and pearl fringe, by Catchpole & Williams
vii. Several pearls necklaces
viii. The Ruby Greville bow brooch
ix. Princess Marie Louise’s oval sunburst pendant brooch

x. The emerald and diamond bracelet from Queen Alexandra
xi. The diamond snake bracelets from Queen Alexandra and her mother
xii. The ruby bracelets
xiii. The emerald bracelets

b. Mysteries i.

A sunburst diamond brooch pendant, the stones being set in the form of a sunburst Engagement present from Queen Mary
ii. a pendant of sapphire and diamonds – together with the Queen (Not seen)
iii. a rope necklace of pearls and diamonds from her father (not seen)
iv. a pearl and diamond bracelet to match from her mother – wedding gift (Seen) From Beth
v. A ruby and diamond ring from the Cora Countess of Stafford (photos from Beth)

vi. A long diamond sautoir worn as Duchess of York worn in Paris for example ; (Found by Beth and Franck) (Press articles)

vii. A long sapphire and diamond sautoir from Sintzenich (From Baxter or Boffer) ; 

viii. A sapphire and diamond necklace – wedding gift from Queen Mary 

ix. A gold chain with diamond drops surmounted with ruby – will from her Godmother Mr. Arthur James (press articles found by Beth on her site)

c. Brooches not worn
– The scent-bottle and true-lovers knot in diamonds from Miss Alice de Rothschild (Wedding gift to Queen Mary) (worn as a Duchess)
– A small diamond horseshoe brooch (gift from Queen Mary)
– A small diamond arrow brooch (worn as a Duchess)
– A large diamond clips worn for a portrait near a door
– An emerald and diamond arrow brooch (Wedding gift from her Godfather)
– An emerald and diamond brooch (Given as an anniversary wedding gift from her husband)
– An emerald and diamond clips worn also as a clasp of pearl necklace
– A emerald and diamond pendant brooch
– A sapphire corsage brooch given as a wedding gift by Queen Mary
– A sapphire and diamond bar brooch – wedding gift from the Princess Royal and Princess Maud

II. Princess Diana’s wedding gift : 

a- (number 25°) :Prince Charles does have a property abroad (acceptance of a 360 000 pounds holiday palm beach as a wedding gift created a political storm“  from Andrew Morton


Diamond Heart Bow Brooch with ribbon, Pink Gemstone Center| Duke of York Present Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Jewels

The future King of England presented another brillant heart brooch to his bride, Princess Mary, Duchess of York. 
Click the link below, for more information about Queen Mary's brooches:
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Large Flower and Leaves Diamond Diadem Tiara Marie Sophie of Wittelsbach Duchess in Bavaria Royal Wedding|Queen of Naples Two Sicilies

Marcel Proust spoke of the „soldier queen on the ramparts of Gaeta“. She and her sister Elisabeth were considered amongst the great beauties of their age. Learn more about the jewelry of this queen:
Large Flower and Leaves Diamond Diadem Tiara Marie Sophie of Wittelsbach Duchess in Bavaria Royal Wedding|Queen of Naples Two Sicilies Jewelry Presents|Royal Bourbon Sicily Naples Gift Jewelry Presents|Royal Italy
Large Flower and Leaves Diamond Diadem Tiara Marie Sophie of Wittelsbach Duchess in Bavaria Royal Wedding|Queen of Naples Two Sicilies Jewelry Presents|Royal Bourbon Sicily Naples Gift Jewelry Presents|Royal Italy

Large Flower and Leaves Diamond Diadem Tiara Marie Sophie of Wittelsbach Duchess in Bavaria Royal Wedding|Queen of Naples Two Sicilies Jewelry Presents|Royal Bourbon Sicily Naples Gift Jewelry Presents|Royal Italy

Große Diamant Blüten und Ranken Tiara Marie Sophie von Wittelsbach Herzogin in Bayern, Königliche Geschenke|Königin Marie von Neapel-Sizilien Juwelen und Schmuck|Royal Bourbon Sizilien|Königshaus Neapel Sizilien

Gaeta Crown from the Ladies of Naples Marie Sophie of Wittelsbach Duchess in Bavaria |Queen of Naples Two Sicilies Jewelry Presents|Royal Bourbon Gift Jewelry Presents|Gaeta Crown Royal Italy Gift

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Gaeta Krone der Damen von Neapel Marie Sophie von Wittelsbach Herzogin in Bayern, Königliche Geschenke|Königin Marie von Neapel-Sizilien Juwelen und Schmuck|Royal Bourbon Gift Jewelry Presents|Royal Italy Gift

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The story of the sister of Empress Sisi of Austria,

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Marie Sophie von Wittelsbach Herzogin in Bayern, Königliche Hochzeit|Königin Marie von Neapel-Sizilien Juwelen und Schmuck|Royal Bourbon Marriage Gift Jewelry Presents|Royal Italy Marriage Gift

Die standesamtliche Trauung findet am 9. Januar 1859 in München statt, wobei Prinz Luitpold von Bayern, der spätere Regent, den Bräutigam vertritt.

Am 13. Januar 1859 fuhr Maria mit dem Zug über Leipzig und Prag nach Wien – wo sie bei ihrer Schwester Kaiserin Elisabeth übernachtete – und weiter nach Triest, mit der Jacht Le Fulminant wird sie nach Bari gebracht. Dort wurde sie von ihrem Schwiegervater König Ferdinand II. empfangen, der bereits schwer erkrankt ist.

Wie auch vom Herzog von Kalabrien, seine neun Halbgeschwister und Königin Maria Theresia, die zweite Frau des Königs, die die Familie, einschließlich des Kronprinzen, ihren Stiefsohn, mit Autorität führt und seine ultrakonservativen Ideen durchsetzt.

Der Herzog von Kalabrien ist ein unbedeutender junger Mann, der sich nur für Werke der Frömmigkeit und besonders für das Leben der Heiligen interessiert und kein Deutsch spricht, während seine bayerische Verlobte kein Italienisch spricht. Da er an Phimose leidet, kann er seine Ehe nicht vollziehen. Das ungleiche Paar versteht sich von Anfang an nicht besonders gut und die junge Frau, mit einer eher komplizierten Familie, ist gelangweilt.

Herzogin Marie sehr unzufrieden mit ihrem Eheleben (die Ehe wurde nicht vollzogen) kommt, wie ihre Schwester, die Kaiserin, die ebenso unglücklich ist wie sie, so oft wie möglich nach Possenhofen, um die Atmosphäre und das Miteinander ihrer verlorenen Kindheit so gut wie möglich wiederherzustellen. Herzog Max wird dieser Klagen bald überdrüssig und schickt seine Prinzessinnen zurück zu ihren Männern. Herzogin Ludovica vertraute er an, dass, auch wenn ihre Schwiegersöhne nicht perfekt waren, ihre Töchter keine leichten Ehefrauen sind. Zu romantisch, zu frei, fiel es diesen jungen Frauen der damaligen Zeit schwer, sich einer Welt anzupassen, in der Etikette und Bildung an erster Stelle standen.

Marie verliebt sich in einen jungen Päpstlichen Zuaven, von dem man lange glaubte, er sei ein junger belgischer Aristokrat (als er noch Franzose war), Emmanuel de Lavaysse, mit dem sie bald schwanger ist. Ihre Familie versteckt sie in einem Kloster in Augsburg, hier bringt Sie diskret ein kleines Mädchen, Daisy de Lavaysse, zur Welt.

Felix Emmanuel de Lavaysse, einem Offizier der Päpstlichen Garde, der von Papst Pius IX. zum Ehrenritter der Königin ernannt worden war. Er war ihre einzige und große Liebe. Seine Schwester Mathilde war seine Komplizin und Vertraute gewesen.

Von ihrer leiblichen Tochter, Daisy de Lavaysse, ist neuerdings bekannt, dass sie vor allem in der Familie väterlicherseits im Südwesten Frankreichs aufgewachsen ist. In Verbindung mit der Familie des Comte de Gineste dans le Tarn, hielt sich das verborgene Kind lange auf dem Schloss von Garrevaques bei Revel auf. Sie stirbt vor ihrer Mutter, als diese zum großen Erstaunen der Presse an der Beerdigung ihrer Tochter in Paris teilnimmt. Die Ururenkelin des Grafen von Gineste, enthüllte die wahre Identität von Daisy und dass die Königin von Neapel ihre Beziehung zu diesem verborgenen Kind nie abgebrochen hatte.

Zum Dank hinterlässt, die Königin von Sizilien dem Kloster ein Kleid. Das Kleid der Königin ist Teil Bayerischen Landesausstellung 2021 „Götterdämmerung II – Die letzten Monarchen“ in Regensburg.

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Ribbon and Bow diamond Pearl brooches and Bracelet| Present Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Jewels Queen Mary England

Some wedding gifts are in the picture above from:

A diamond and scroll cluster bracelet from the Countess and two ladies of Fitzwilliam

A diamond watch from Alice de Rothschild – on a three ribbon bow, twelve diamonds between

Diamond Pearl Pendant – brooch stutted with large black pearls from Lord and Lady Rothschild

Town of Swansea diamond crescent brooch

Ribbon and Bow diamond Pearl brooches and Bracelet| Present Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Jewels Queen Mary England

Some wedding gifts are in the picture above from:

 
A diamond and scroll cluster bracelet from the Countess and two ladies of Fitzwilliam
A diamond watch from Alice de Rothschild - on a three ribbon bow, twelve diamonds between
Diamond Pearl Pendant - brooch stutted with large black pearls from Lord and Lady Rothschild

 
Town of Swansea diamond crescent brooch

A deputation from Swansea, consisting of the Ma
Ribbon and Bow diamond Pearl brooches and Bracelet| Present Royal Wedding Gifts| Royal Jewels Queen Mary England
Some wedding gifts are in the picture above from:
 
A diamond and scroll cluster bracelet from the Countess and two ladies of Fitzwilliam
A diamond watch from Alice de Rothschild – on a three ribbon bow, twelve diamonds between
Diamond Pearl Pendant – brooch stutted with large black pearls from Lord and Lady Rothschild
 
Town of Swansea diamond crescent brooch

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