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HM Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Modern Sapphire tiara. The tiara and a bracelet were added to the Queen’s collection in 1963 to round out the assembled parure of sapphires. Creating a full sapphire set filled a hole in the collection, the Queen was given a necklace and earrings from her father as a gift for her wedding. This tiara traces back to Princess Louise of Belgium (1858-1924), who was the daughter of King Leopold II and the wife of Prince Ferdinand Philipp of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

HM Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Modern Sapphire tiara. The tiara and a bracelet were added to the Queen’s collection in 1963 to round out the assembled parure of sapphires. Creating a full sapphire set filled a hole in the collection, the Queen was given a necklace and earrings from her father as a gift for her wedding. This tiara traces back to Princess Louise of Belgium (1858-1924), who was the daughter of King Leopold II and the wife of Prince Ferdinand Philipp of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.

Princess Victoria Adelaide of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg was married Duke Charles Edward of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha in 1905. The turquoise and diamond parure consists of a tiara, a matching necklace, a brooch with a large oval stone at the center with a pendant drop and earrings. The origin of the parure has not yet been resolved, because the wedding gift list of Duchess Victoria Adelheid are not yet complete. Above: Princess Kelly of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Bottom: Duchess Victoria…

Diamant-Schmuck mit Türkisen der Herzogin von Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha

Sapphire Parure of Empress Marie Feodorovna wife of Tsar Alexander III. Left two flower dress ornament set with diamonds from the imperial vault, they were placed on the kokoshnik. Maria Feodorovna is shown with the imperial sapphires on a portrait of 1874, but the sketch was drawn at the occasion of the wedding of Maria Alexandrovna, the daughter of Alexander II who married Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, ROYAL MAGAZIN

Sapphire Parure of Empress Marie Feodorovna wife of Tsar Alexander III. Left two flower dress ornament set with diamonds from the imperial vault, they were placed on the kokoshnik. Maria Feodorovna is shown with the imperial sapphires on a portrait of 1874, but the sketch was drawn at the occasion of the wedding of Maria Alexandrovna, the daughter of Alexander II who married Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, ROYAL MAGAZIN

Jussopows Sapphire Diamond Tiara. This attractive Sapphire and Diamond Tiara of coronet shape, set with five cabochon sapphires of 19 ct with diamond surrounds and set off by diamond trefoils upon a diamond pierced white gold mount, was auctioned in 1971 at Geneve, from the possession of the Jussupows. Princess Irina, died in 1970 and this item would be of her property and was made after the escape from Russia, because it is made of white gold,

Jussopows Sapphire Diamond Tiara. This attractive Sapphire and Diamond Tiara of coronet shape, set with five cabochon sapphires of 19 ct with diamond surrounds and set off by diamond trefoils upon a diamond pierced white gold mount, was auctioned in 1971 at Geneve, from the possession of the Jussupows. Princess Irina, died in 1970 and this item would be of her property and was made after the escape from Russia, because it is made of white gold,

Royaler jewelry: At a state banquet in March 2014 Queen Matilda wears the same delicate bandeau in her hair, which she had in 2013 posed for their first official photo as queen.  The Bandeau is the lower part of a tiara, which includes an essay with jagged peaks of diamonds.  Both comes in its original somewhat different form from the 1920s and was for Princess Astrid of Sweden to her wedding with King Leopold III.  designed by jeweler Van Bever Belgium from.

Royaler Schmuck und die spannenden Geschichten dahinter

Zu einem Staatsbankett im März 2014 trägt Königin Mathilde das gleiche zarte Bandeau im Haar, mit dem sie schon 2013 für ihr erstes offizielles Foto als ...

Queen Louise's Diamond Tiara (borrowed from the Swedish Tiara Collection); Worn At: 2014 Nobel Prize King's Banquet

Queen Louise's Diamond Tiara (borrowed from the Swedish Tiara Collection); Worn At: 2014 Nobel Prize King's Banquet

Queen Louise of Denmark, 1817-1898, nee Louise of Hesse-Cassel.  Grandmother of Europe. Wife of Christian IX, they had 6 children:   Frederick VIII of Denmark, father of Christian X, and Haakon VII of Norway; Queen Alexandra, mother of George V, and Maud, Queen of Norway; George I of Greece, father of Constantine I; Dagmar (Marie Feordorovna) of Russia, mother of Tsar Nicholas II; Thyra, Crown Princess of Hanover and Duchess of Brunswick; and Prince Valdemar.  They had 39 grandchildren.

Princess Louise, Of Hesse-Kassel b. 7 Sep 1817 Schleswig, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany - Gottorf Castle d. 29 Sep 1898 : Generations Gone By

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