Infanta Beatriz Isabel Federica Alfonsa Eugénie Cristina Maria Teresia Bienvenida Ladislàa de Borbón y Battenberg, Princess Torlonia Princess of Civitella-Cesi Royal Wedding Gifts | Royal Diamond Earrings
A jewellery exhibition for charity was held at Cartier’s Cocktails to celebrate the opening of a new H.Q. for Messrs. Bumpus Miss Beryl Heim and Miss Heather Mason. They are pupils at the John Douglas Finishing School.
The jewel exhibition by Cartier’s helped the National Playing Fields Association Bumpus, the booksellers, gave the party to open their new shop at 6 Baker Street.
Mr. H. E. Bates and Mr. J. G. Wilson (chairman of Bumpus). /Vlr. E. M. Forster and Mr. John Morris. Mrs. Frank Coven and Mrs. Roma Fairley, the author, whose new book, The Small Screen, is being published soon Mrs. David Greig with Lady (Noel) Curtis Bennett whose husband founded the National Playing Fields Association Mr. Graham D. Llewellyn of Sotheby’s and Mrs. C. Dresner. Airs. W. Redford and Mr. E. Schwaiger Desmond U’in&iII Sir Robert Lady Hobart. He is associated with the House of Eraser Lady Cynthia Colville with Col. Jocelyn Gibbs (managing director of Geoffrey Bles and a director of Bumpus).Mr. Frank Swinnerton with Mr. R. Hart- Davis (of Rupert Hart-Davis, Ltd., publishers) Van Hallar.
We can see the Halo Tiara on display!
The Halo Tiara worn by Queen Elizabeth in 1936, Princess
Margaret in 1954, Princess Anne in 1972, and The Duchess of Cambridge, now the Princess of Wales on her wedding day,
29 April 2011.
Cartier Halo Tiara Diadem – Rani Shanker, Nepal Royal Family. The Rani Bahadur Halo Tiara from Cartier is a stunning piece adorned with diamonds that once belonged to the Nepal royal family. This tiara symbolizes the grandeur and opulence of the Maharajas.
Wife of the Ambassador General Shanker Shamsher Jans Bahadur Rana| Sri 3 Maharaja of Kaski and Lamjung, Sir Chandra Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana of Nepal | Hitory of royal jewels…..
Infanta Maria Francisca of Portugal, Duchess of Coimbra, wore an historic emerald brooch in her hair for the dinner following her wedding to Duarte de Sousa Araújo Martins at her parent’s home in Sintra, Portugal on 7 October 2023.
The important emerald and diamond brooch belonged to her grandmother, Princess Maria Francisca of Orleans-Braganza, above in the picture. It was a wedding gift in October 1942 when she married in PETRÓPOLIS – BRASILIA, from her family.
The Emerald brooch was now, without the two pear shaped pendants.
Infanta Maria Francisca, the Duchess of Coimbra, also wore a pair of emerald and diamond earrings for the reception that belonged to her Princess Maria Francisca of Orleans.
The diamond from her engagement ring was taken from these earrings and the groom replaced it and one on the other earring with emeralds, see the details in the story before.
The historical tiara of Amelia of Orleans, last queen of Portugal,
Infanta Maria Francisca de Bragança, Duchess of Coimbra, has married lawyer Duarte de Sousa Araújo Martins in 2023 and wore Queen Amalie’s Diamond Tiara. The bridal gown, a spectacular princess dress, was made by Luzia do Nascimento.
As the second daughter of the pretender to the Portuguese throne, Infanta María Francisca was expected to shine with an ornate family tiara on her head.
The infanta has finally walked to the altar with a creation that dates back to 1887 and was made for Amelia de Orleans with 800 diamonds set in silver and gold, fringes,fleur-de-lis motifs and several rows of diamond necklaces. The previous year, Amelia had married the heir to the Portuguese throne, Prince Charles, Duke of Braganza, becoming the new Duchess of Braganza, so the Portuguese Royal Family ordered the house Leitão & Irmão, named Official Jewelers of the Portuguese crown for King Louis I, the making of a luxurious tiara. In fact, it was the King himself who chose his daughter-in-law’s design, which is why she baptized it “le diadème Dom Luis.”
Maria Francisca wore the same solitär diamond earrings that were worn by her mother on her wedding day. They were a gift from the Duchess of Braganza’s mother, Raquel Pinheiro de Castro Curvello.
The first wife of Prinz Johann Georg von Sachsen – Herzogin Maria Isabella von Württemberg on her wedding day.