Close up of a a rare pink coral tiara called " angels skin coral" because of its translucent appearance. Part of a parure now in a British Museum. Since the 19th century it has been owned by The DeBeaumont family,
Королевские драгоценности Марии-Антуанетты, Франция, 1830 г.
A gin and Dubonnet to hand, and an al fresco meal, the Queen as you've never seen her before
The Queen and I: The Honourable Lady Margaret Rhodes sits resting with the Queen during a trek through deer-stalking area at Balmoral
A complete parure made of rare pink coral, known as “angels skin coral” because of its translucent appearance. It is carved with sea horses, mermaids, dolphins, and shells, attached to a gold framework
This Berlin tiara made of iron was a specialty of German foundries starting in 1804. In 1813, to finance the War of Liberation from Napoleon’s armies, German women donated their gold jewelery in exchange for iron ornaments. This parure holds cameos of classical themes and is now in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. It was made c. 1810.
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Ожерелье "Жасмин" с самоцветами и бриллиантами ювелира Жана Шлюмберже,
THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ Aquamarine Parure of GD Elizabeth Feodorovna (Ella) known as Hessen Parure. It was Aquamarine parure of Grand Duchess Elizaveth Feodorovna (Ella), the senior sister of Empress Alexandra. The tiara, necklace and bracelet were made by Faberge and Koh, and its main design element was a knot. Ella presented the tiara to her brother Ernst Ludwig and it was inherited by his son Ludwig who presented this to his relative Dorothy of Hesse in 1959. It was Dorothy who sold the…