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Crown princess Mary of Denmark. Those rubies! Apparently they came from Napoleon to Denmark. The whole set!!!!

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat, born Mary Elizabeth Donaldson in married Frederick, Crown Prince of Denmark in 2004

Queen Margrethe wearing the Floral Aigrette Tiara.

Floral Aigrette Tiara worn by HM Queen Margrethe II of Denmark at the wedding of her son, Crown Prince Frederick, along with diamond earrings and necklace belonging to the crown jewels

Mary wore a new diamond brooch, that she received as a wedding gift from prince Henrik. It used to belong to his mother, countess Renée de Monpezat

Mary wore a new diamond brooch, that she received as a wedding gift from prince Henrik. It used to belong to his mother, countess Renée de Monpezat

Princess Marie in the Flora Danica tiara at a state banquet, 14-03-12

The Flora Danica Tiara Copenhagen jeweler Flora Danica created this modern tiara especially for Princess Marie. The design, by Anja Blinkenberg with input from Marie herself, includes three lilies.

This crown made of pearls that hang from 19 diamond arches capped with lover’s knots was composed with existing jewels that Queen Mary had in her collection originated in 1913/1914 Queen Mary modeled it from a tiara owned by her grandmother. After Mary died in 1953, the tiara was passed to Queen Elizabeth II who wore it regularly throughout the 1950s. Queen Elizabeth gave the tiara to Princess Diana as a wedding gift which Diana to be quite heavy therefore opted to wear the Spencer's Tiara.

Diana’s Jewels The Engagement Ring The ever famous ring was personally chosen by Diana from a selection presented to her by Garrard Jewelers, making it an unusual royal choice because anyone could.

Marie Antoinettes Jewels

The sapphire parure of Queen Marie Amelie, purchased by her husband Louis Philippe from Hortense Beauhamais, so they likely found their source in Empress Josephine. Passed down through the family, sold to the Louvre for their Royal Jewel collection in

Jane Seymour, Queen of England, third wife of King Henry VIII, mother of King Edward VI.

Jane Seymour, Queen of England, third wife of King Henry VIII, mother of King Edward VI.

Queen Desiree also had an even more unusual parure carved from lava, which passed onto the Counts of Rosenborg in Denmark

Althought the previous images of the lava parure are somewhat fuzzy and it's difficult to see the detail, a friend of mine in the jewel business thought the above lava parure to be a distinct match

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