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Exposition Incomparable Joséphine au musée du Luxembourg. "Josephine", Musée du Luxembourg, Paris.

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The central bow is a magnificent example of a mid-17th century jewel. The painted opaque enamel was a recent innovation, said to have been developed by a Frenchman, Jean Toutin of Châteaudun. This striking colour combination was much used in enamels around this date. |

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Georgian Jewelry. Pieces of jewellery that could be worn in the hair, tiaras…

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Town dress with chemisette owned by Empress Josephine, First Empire Malmaison Costume Collection eMusée national du château de Malmaison

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The Godman Necklace belong to Empress Josephine of France

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1811-1812 Town dress of Empress Josephine, embroidery, chiffon, satin point, and silk (Châteaux de Malmaison et Bois-Préau, Malmaison France)

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Made for Empress Joséphine, first wife of Napoléon Bonaparte by the French jeweler Bapst. Geometric emeralds in a neo-classical diamond design, mounted on a frame of gold and silver. Now part of the Norwegian Crown Jewels.

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Empress Josephine of France Ruby Diamond Tiara

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Zita of Bourbon-Parma, wife of Emperor Charles of Austria, Empress of Austria, Queen of Hungary, and Queen of Bohemia 1892-1989

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