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LOBANOFF de Rostoff | Tiara Diadem


Diamant Diademe

Oben im Bild Princessin Maria Alexandrovna Lobanoff-Rostovsky, Demoisell d`Honneur der russischen Zarin, Tochter von Alexander Borisovitch Lobanoff-Rostovsky un seiner Frau Prinzessin Cathrine Ilyitchna Dolgoroukoff, sie heiratete später Wladimir Dimitrieviitch Ourousoff

In seinen Memoiren, schreibt Fürst Felix später über diese Juwelen als ....eines schöner als das andere.....ein Triumph für Chaumet und seinen bezaubernden und originellen Schöpfungen

Hier drei Diademe der Prinzessin:

  • Aussergewöhnliches Diadem mit schmuckvollen Arabesken aus Brillanten, sehr detailreich und üppig ausgearbeitete Schwünge und Schlaufen, darüber ein großer Brillant.
  • Diadem aus Brillanten mit Arabesken aus Akanthusblättern; in der Mitte ein sehr schöner Brillant von ca. neun Karat, umgeben von 10 etwas kleineren Brillanten.
  • Diadem im Empirestil in russischem Design mit einer Girlande aus Lorbeerblättern und einem gewundenem Band aus Brillanten und Diamantrosen.

Der Juwelenhändler Jacques Bienenfeld hatte um eine weitere Auktion des verbleibenden Lobanow-Schmuckes im April zu vermeiden, diesen für 1,4 Millionen Francs angekauft. Mit dem stolzen Totalerlös von 3 470 000 Frances, für diesen Nachlass, trotz massenhafter Verkäufe ruinierter russischer Adliger in den zwanziger Jahren.

Das erste Diadem wurde später von Irene Herzogin von Aosta getragen

Manifique diadème joaillerie rinceaux, brillants, surmonté d'un gros brillant. Diadème en brillants, rinceaux feuilles d'acanthe; au centre, un très beau brillant pesant environ neuf carats, accompagné notamment de dix autres moins importants Diadème empire, dessin russe, bande feuilles de laurier, ruban brillants et roses.
Manifique diadème joaillerie rinceaux, brillants, surmonté d'un gros brillant.

Diadème en brillants, rinceaux feuilles d'acanthe; au centre, un très beau brillant pesant environ neuf carats, accompagné notamment de dix autres moins importants.
Diadème empire, dessin russe, bande feuilles de laurier, ruban brillants et roses

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Princess Vera Nikolajewna Lobanov Rostovsky (1836-1914). Born Schablickine, she married the prince Jacques Lobanoff de Rostoff in 1858 at Saint Petersburg. The prince and princess were among the first of what was to become the Russian colony in Cannes, living at Villa Tropicale, Allée des Bleuets, from 1903 to 1914.

Princess was married, at the age of 16, to the younger brother of prince Alexis Borisovitch Lobanoff de Rostoff, ambassador of Russia to the courts of Vienna, London and the Sublime Door, and later Russian foreign minister.

Princess Vera was herself a princess Dolgorouky, from the Rurik dynasty the first member of which was grand-duke lvan of Russia, who lived in the 800s, and the last of which was Ivan IV, known as Ivan the Terrible, Czar of all Russias.

Princess Vera's mother was a Chatilow, belonging to an ancient family of the nobility of the government of Toula. Known as the "Violet of Pétersbourg", her beauty was legendary.

Vera Lobanoff de Rostoff, became a widow at a very young age, and was left with a great fortune. Being a woman of independent means allowed her to pursue her passion for the arts.

She lived in a beautiful palace in Moscow, surrounded by a vast park. In this residence, which she liked to call "her small Hermitage", she accumulated a large collection of beautiful and interesting things imported from all over the world. She also possessed an important gallery of family portraits. Her house was a model of Slavic elegance and refined luxury.

She also developed a passion for the beautiful jewellery; which she purchased with great enjoyment, everywhere she went. To those who were astonished by her purchases, she answered: "They are wise investments; I am not squandering anything; on the contrary, I am building a second fortune from the first one".

The first Tiara was later worne of Irene Duchess of Aoste

Special thanks for translation to Robert!

THE COLLECTION:

Diadem Tiara of the Princess Lobanoff-Rostoff

Famous Pink Pearls of Tsar Nikolaus I.

Jewel Brooches Collection

Jewel Brooches Collection Part II


Pearl- Collection Part I


Pearl-Collection Part II


Pearl-Collection Part III

Pearl-Collection Part IV


Pearl-Collection Part V

Diamond Jewels Collection

Diamond Jewels Collection Part II

Sapphires and Ruby-Collection

Diamond Snake Necklaces

Imperial Russian Collections

 

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