Archduchess Renata of Habsburg| Chaumet Diamond Swag Tiara | Wedding Princess Radziwill | Royal Imperial Jewels The following is what the press wrote on September 06, 1908:
On the engagement of the Archduchess Renata of O e s t e r e i c h with the Prince Hieronymus of R a d z i w l l. Archbishop Renata, daughter of Archduke Karl Stephan of Austria, recently became engaged to Prince Hieronymus Radziwill at Saybusch Castle in Galicia.
The adolescent bride is the second daughter of Karl Stephan, from whose marriage with the Archduchess Maria Theresa, and born on 2 January 1888 to Pola. She is a brunette, elegant and interesting appearance. Her fiancé, Prince Hieronymus Radziwill, a son of Prince Dominik Radziwill, was born on January 6, 1885 in Cannes. His mother, Princess Dolores Radziwill, is a native Spaniard and was known by her maiden name da Agramonte. Links between Radziwills and ruling houses are not uncommon, although, as is historical, Emperor Wilhelm I, as a young prince, was forcibly prevented by his family from marrying his childhood sweetheart, the beautiful Princess Elise Radziwill.
Wedding in the Austrian imperial house
On the 16th at half past twelve in the morning, as announced in the archducal castle chapel of Saybusch, the wedding of the Archduchess Renata Maria with the Prince Hieronymus Radziwill took place.
After the wedding ceremonies and the church ceremony in which Archduke Leopold Salvator appeared on behalf of the Emperor, the wedding guests went to the dining room on the ground floor of the castle, where congratulations were given to the bride and groom.
A peasant deputation from the estate of Prince Radziwill in Balice, which had appeared in folk costumes, brought as a gift the artistically executed coat of arms of the princely Radziwill family.
Now the gentlemen were in the large reception hall for the wedding dinner, where the representative of the emperor, Archduke Leopold Salvator, served a toast to the welfare of the bridal couple.
Prince Ferdinand Radziwill delivered a toast in French on the Emperor Franz Joseph and the imperial house.
The bride wore the diadem in her rich hair, which her mother-in-law Princess Dolores Radziwill had given her, and in which seven large solitaires shine.
A delicate wreath of orange blossoms was woven into the diadem, and above it the veil of genuine old lace fell, which is a precious family piece of the Radziwills.
The bridal gift of the emperor, the exceedingly magnificent diamond brooch, graced the bridal decollete.
On her honeymoon in Paris, the princess had a precious sable on her departure, which the bridegroom had presented to her in the "Corbeille" in the French manner.
The imperial wedding gifts to Archduchess Renata Princess Radziwill from 1909 have been handed down and can be seen in the picture above:
Diamond ruby diadem with double diamond riviera , from the mother of the bride Archduchess Maria Theresa,
Six rows of beautiful pearls emerald clasp surrounded by diamonds from Archduchess Marie Rainer,
a pearl and diamond brooch from Queen Christine of Spain - the father's sister.
Diamond corsage for 18,000 crowns from AEKöchert (according to the Köchert archive) from Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria
(A false report with a diadem as a bridal gift for the Archduchess from the Emperor is wrong, a diamond brooch is recorded in the Köchert archive and not a diamond tiara)
a brooch made of rubies by Archduke Eugen,
a brooch made of diamonds, pearls and rubies from the siblings of the bride and Archduchess Mechtildis, Archduke Leo and Wilhelm.
the diamond diadem of Prince and Princess Radziwill - in the picture above.
a gold watch chain with rubies from Prince Hieronymus Radziwill.
also from the parents of the bride Archduke and Archduchess, vermeil covered with the Radziwill coat of arms, sable pelerine; Portrait of Pochwalski;
Archduchess Eléonore and Archduke Karl-Albert, a car;
Archduke Rainer, portrait;
Archduke Léopold Salvator and Archduchess Blanca, old fan;
Archduke Franz Salvator and Archduchess Valérie, diamond and ruby bracelet ;
Archduke Friedrich and Archduchess Isabelle, five ruby and diamond buttons ;
Archduke Eugene, ruby and diamond pendant ;
Duchess Robert von Württemberg, follower ;
Infanta Eulalie from Spain, turquoise brooch and diamonds ;
Infanta Therese blue flower with diamonds ;
Duchess of Parma pendant with precious stones ;
Archduchess Elisabeth Henriette a silver holy water container;
Duke and Duchess Elie von Parme, precious candy dish;
Archduke and Archduchess Joseph, precious umbrella handle;
Archduchess Gabrielle and Isabelle, Jardiniere;
Prince Augustus and Princess Caroline von Coburg, precious white umbrella;
Prince and Princess Dominique Radziwill, diamond tiara and diamond necklace, especially crockery, silverware, cutlery, candelabra, etc., collection of antique lace;
Prince Jérôme Radziwill, large ruby ring surrounded by diamonds , longNecklace with cabochon rubies , large blue fox fur, sable stole, old fan;
Princess Henriette Hohenlohe precious umbrella handle;
Prince and Princess Stanislas Radziwill, Russian sleigh with bearskin;
Princess Isabelle Radziwill, two antique lace fans; with monogram in diamonds ;
Prince and Princess Constantin Radziwill necklace with large rubies and diamonds , two antique silver trays, chiffonier;
Princess Mathias Radziwill, precious watch;
Princess Celine Radziwill, old lace from the family;
Prince and Princess Mathias Radziwill, pair of horses;
Prince and Princess François Radziwill, card case set with rubies;
Prince Férdinand Radziwill, old silver chain;
Duke and Duchess of Doudèauville, watch in enamel and diamonds ;
Mme de Dembowska, silver tea service;
Count and Countess Puzkiewicz, golden cigarette case ;
Ms. Martinez-Ybor, sapphires and diamonds shirt set ;
Count and Countess Fekorrewslri, pendulum;
Princess of Salm Saim, tea service;
Prince and Princess Gottfried Hohenlohe, precious shield handle tortoiseshell with precious stones ;
Princess Georges of Greece, vase from Copenhagen;
Precious umbrella stand by the Princess of Greece;
Duke and Duchess of Rohan.
Duke and Duchess of Estissac, thermometer;
Count and Countess von Kersaint, vase;
Countess of Durfort, pendulum;
Count and Countess Aimery de La Rochefoucauld, thermometer;
Count and Countess von Andlau, Vermeil suitcase;
Baron and Baroness de Courcel, inkwell;
Graf and Countess Chevreau, inkwell;
the Minister of Norway and the Baroness von Wedel-Jarlsberg, Vermeil vase;
lady Pirbright, vermeil cake stand;
Madame André, silver vase;
Marquis de Casadßieca, diamond cufflinks ;
Princess of the Tour d'Auvergné, née Pleumartin, bird in Old Saxony;
golden ink stuff of Count and Countess Urbain Chevreau
Prince and Princess Marcel Czartoryski, painting;
Countess Branicka, Countess Hoyos, Count Antoine Wodsick, Count de Polet, Baron Knorring; the municipality of Zywiec, the municipality of Balise; Count and Countess Tarnowski, Count Starzenski etc. etc.
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