Kristine Alendal Lilleskog

Kristine Alendal Lilleskog

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Joseph Chaumet created the kokoshnik tiara for Princess Irina Romanov, niece of the tsar, in 1914. It was consisted of rubies, diamonds and platinum with openwork. Nicholas II of Russia ordered the tiara a wedding present to Princess Irina to marry Felix Yusupov.

Joseph Chaumet created the kokoshnik tiara for Princess Irina Romanov, niece of the tsar, in It consisted of rubies, diamonds and platinum with openwork. Nicholas II of Russia ordered the tiara a wedding present to Princess Irina to marry Felix Yusupov.

Crown of Queen Christina, made for her mother. As her coronation and state crown Christina of Sweden used the crown that her mother Maria Eleonora of Brandenburg had used as the queen consort. It was made in Stockholm in 1620 and had arches in gold with black enameling and set with rubies and diamonds, with a small blue enameled orb and a cross, added a cap of purple satin, embroidered in gold, to the inside of the crown. The circlet of the crown has eight large rubies and diamonds.

Crown of Queen Christina, made for her mother. As her coronation and state crown…

Queen Alxandra's Dagmar Necklace  In 1863 King Frederick VII of Denmark had the crown jeweller in Copenhagen design this necklace in the Byzantine style as a wedding gift for his daughter, Princess Alexandra, later Queen Alexandra of England. It had 118 pearls and 2,000 diamonds. Festoons connecting gold medallions, with a large diamond in the middle of each, surround a centre piece of diamond set scrollwork. The two large pear-shaped pendant pearls on either side were so valuable they had…

In 1863 King Frederick VII of Denmark had the crown jeweller in Copenhagen design this necklace in the Byzantine style as a wedding gift for his daughter, Princess Alexandra, later Queen Alexandra of England. Now in the collection of Queen Elizabeth.