Royal emerald jewellery

Gli smeraldi tra i gioielli storici e moderni delle case reali
Tiara di smeraldi della duchessa d'Aosta Elena d'Orleans

Tiara di smeraldi della duchessa d'Aosta Elena d'Orleans

Spilla con smeraldi della Regina Margherita

Spilla con smeraldi della Regina Margherita

The Greek Emerald Tiara. In 1926 with emeralds inherited from Q Olga (her husband - K George II's grandmother), Q Elisabeth had Cartier create a kokoshnik tiara of 5 cabochon emeralds set between stylized mirrored diamond "E". Before that she wore a single emerald in a bandeau or had several emeralds across her forehead as part of a leafy bandeau. After exile and divorce with no children, he tiara was left to Q Frederika, wife of K Pavlos I, younger brother of George.

The Greek Emerald Tiara. In 1926 with emeralds inherited from Q Olga (her husband - K George II's grandmother), Q Elisabeth had Cartier create a kokoshnik tiara of 5 cabochon emeralds set between stylized mirrored diamond "E". Before that she wore a single emerald in a bandeau or had several emeralds across her forehead as part of a leafy bandeau. After exile and divorce with no children, he tiara was left to Q Frederika, wife of K Pavlos I, younger brother of George.

Foto d'epoca della collana della Regina Maria Adelaide. Le parti a colori indicano i pezzi che ancora oggi mantengono la montatura originale. La collana è stata smontata dopo il 1983.

Foto d'epoca della collana della Regina Maria Adelaide. Le parti a colori indicano i pezzi che ancora oggi mantengono la montatura originale. La collana è stata smontata dopo il 1983.

The Emerald Peacock Necklace Tiara. This convertible piece was created on direct commission by Princess Josephine Charlotte, then-Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg in 1956 by Van Cleef & Arpels and can also be worn as a necklace. It was made using two emerald pendants that Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte inherited from her mother, Queen Astrid of Belgium, who in turn received them from her mother, Princess Ingeborg of Sweden.

The Emerald Peacock Necklace Tiara. This convertible piece was created on direct commission by Princess Josephine Charlotte, then-Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg in 1956 by Van Cleef & Arpels and can also be worn as a necklace. It was made using two emerald pendants that Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte inherited from her mother, Queen Astrid of Belgium, who in turn received them from her mother, Princess Ingeborg of Sweden.

Componente centrale della collana di smeraldi della Regina Maria Adelaide

Componente centrale della collana di smeraldi della Regina Maria Adelaide

Thurn and Taxis Emerald Tiara: Gloria of Thurn and Taxis, after her husband's death made efforts to shore up the family finances & leave a legacy for her son. Many family jewels were sold, but this tiara survived. The piece has belonged to the Thurn and Taxis family since at least the mid-nineteenth century. It was made by Hancocks, a London jeweler, and included in a display of jewels at the 1866 Paris Exhibition. Gloria has worn it at society events in the years since the big sell-off.

Thurn and Taxis Emerald Tiara: Gloria of Thurn and Taxis, after her husband's death made efforts to shore up the family finances & leave a legacy for her son. Many family jewels were sold, but this tiara survived. The piece has belonged to the Thurn and Taxis family since at least the mid-nineteenth century. It was made by Hancocks, a London jeweler, and included in a display of jewels at the 1866 Paris Exhibition. Gloria has worn it at society events in the years since the big sell-off.

Joséphine of Leuchtenberg Emerald Parure Tiara. The set consist of: A tiara by the French jeweler Bapst, with geometric emeralds in a neoclassical diamond design, mounted on a frame of gold and silver, a necklace, a brooch and earrings. Originally own by Dss of Leuchtenberg who left it to her daughter, Amelié, Ess of Brazil. Amelié left it to her sister, Josefina, Q of Sweden. A swedish royal set of jewelry until Pss Märtha of Sweden, married C P Olav of Norway.

Joséphine of Leuchtenberg Emerald Parure Tiara. The set consist of: A tiara by the French jeweler Bapst, with geometric emeralds in a neoclassical diamond design, mounted on a frame of gold and silver, a necklace, a brooch and earrings. Originally own by Dss of Leuchtenberg who left it to her daughter, Amelié, Ess of Brazil. Amelié left it to her sister, Josefina, Q of Sweden. A swedish royal set of jewelry until Pss Märtha of Sweden, married C P Olav of Norway.

Emerald Art Deco Tiara. Made by Chaumet in 1926. Featuring a single large central cabochon emerald and diamonds set in platinum. A few old pieces of jewelry, such as a necklace, some earrings, a brooch and other pieces including a large egg shaped emerald and large diamonds were sent from Luxembourg to the Paris headquarters of the jeweler to make the tiara. The piece was brought into the family when Grand Duchess Charlotte married Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma in 1919

Emerald Art Deco Tiara. Made by Chaumet in 1926. Featuring a single large central cabochon emerald and diamonds set in platinum. A few old pieces of jewelry, such as a necklace, some earrings, a brooch and other pieces including a large egg shaped emerald and large diamonds were sent from Luxembourg to the Paris headquarters of the jeweler to make the tiara. The piece was brought into the family when Grand Duchess Charlotte married Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma in 1919

The Emerald Tiara, ca 1898 by Eduard Schurmann & Co. Part of a large parure. With emeralds brought to the Netherlands by Pss Wilhelmina. In the 1950s two of the top, pear-shaped emeralds were removed to make earrings and recently 2 round emeralds from the base of the tiara were put on the top of the tiara. This piece has 2 settings. 1 that features large emeralds set in and atop diamond scroll motifs, and 1 that replaces the emeralds with diamonds and places large pearl spikes atop the tiara

The Emerald Tiara, ca 1898 by Eduard Schurmann & Co. Part of a large parure. With emeralds brought to the Netherlands by Pss Wilhelmina. In the 1950s two of the top, pear-shaped emeralds were removed to make earrings and recently 2 round emeralds from the base of the tiara were put on the top of the tiara. This piece has 2 settings. 1 that features large emeralds set in and atop diamond scroll motifs, and 1 that replaces the emeralds with diamonds and places large pearl spikes atop the tiara

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