Romanov jewellery: this is a 136 carat emerald "The Green Queen". Decorated by diamonds. It belonged to Nikolai of Russia and later in to GD Alexandra Iosifovna, wife of Nikolay II relative. Today is kept in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin.
Details: Sophisticated sapphire and diamond ring handcrafted with a carat cushion sapphire center stone accented with carats of brilliant diamond rounds and carat of round sapphires set in white gold with black rhodium.
Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna was known for its magnificent jewels, particularly for its emeralds. Part of her emerald jewelry was a big garland, which was worn beneath the necklines. This magnificent piece was sold by the Grand Duchess Elizabeth Fyo
The pride of the Topkapi Palace Museum in Istanbul, and its most valuable single exhibit is the pear-shaped Spoonmaker Diamond, also known as the Kasikci. Surrounded by a double-row of 49 Old Mine cut diamonds. Just absolutely stunning!
This diamond brooch was presented to Grand Duchess Ella in on the day of Nikolay II and her sister Alix's coronation. This jewel was one of six brooches made by Faberge by the order of Nikolay II to be given to Grand Duchesses.
The brooch belonged to The Romanovs (Paul I) since the century - gold, silver, diamonds & spinels. The biggest spinel was put into The Grand Imperial Crown of Russia. Kept by the Diamond Fund, The Kremlin, Moscow
this pendant is the only Faberge jewel retained by the Soviets from the original Romanov royal jewels. Surrounded by 54 diamonds, with an eyelet for attaching to the costume. Guests at the ball were astonished at its size, described as "palm size.