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Bagration Parure necklace earrings & hair comb to match the tiara The entire was purchased by Duke of Westminster

Bagration Parure necklace earrings & hair comb to match the tiara The entire was purchased by Duke of Westminster

Queen Hortense's Opal Parure, Holland (early 19th c.; from top, Tiara-Comb, Necklace, 2 Bracelets, Earrings, Brooch or Buckle; opals). Queen Hortense was wife of Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland.

Queen Hortense's Opal Parure, Holland (early 19th c.; from top, Tiara-Comb, Necklace, 2 Bracelets, Earrings, Brooch or Buckle; opals). Queen Hortense was wife of Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland.

Faberge tiaras belonging to the Duchess of Westminster

Faberge tiaras belonging to the Duchess of Westminster

TIARA DE DIAMANTES Y AGUAMARINAS DISEÑO DE KOKOSHNIK PARA LA ZARINA ALEJANDRA

TIARA DE DIAMANTES Y AGUAMARINAS DISEÑO DE KOKOSHNIK PARA LA ZARINA ALEJANDRA

Westminster Kokoshnik Tiara. The tiara, originally bought by the 2nd Duke of Westminster in circa 1911, is decorated with trails of 280 brilliant-cut diamonds forget-me-not flowers seen against a background of blue plique-a-jour enamel and set in platinum by Chaumet. It left the family for a time before the current 6th duke reacquired it.

Westminster Kokoshnik Tiara. The tiara, originally bought by the 2nd Duke of Westminster in circa 1911, is decorated with trails of 280 brilliant-cut diamonds forget-me-not flowers seen against a background of blue plique-a-jour enamel and set in platinum by Chaumet. It left the family for a time before the current 6th duke reacquired it.

The Dagmar Necklace 1863 - Given by King Frederick VII of Denmark to Princess Alexandra on her marriage to the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII) in 1863. It is set with 118 pearls and 2,000 diamonds. The gold and enamel cross is a replica of the twelfth-century Dagmar Cross, now in the National Museum in Copenhagen

The Dagmar Necklace 1863 - Given by King Frederick VII of Denmark to Princess Alexandra on her marriage to the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII) in 1863. It is set with 118 pearls and 2,000 diamonds. The gold and enamel cross is a replica of the twelfth-century Dagmar Cross, now in the National Museum in Copenhagen

Queen Mary's Amethyst Parure, holy cow! Love them both

Queen Mary's Amethyst Parure, holy cow! Love them both

Crown Jewels

Crown Jewels

The Sutherland Necklace belonging to Marie Antoinette, The Spencer tiara, another piece of the Spencer family collection.

The Sutherland Necklace belonging to Marie Antoinette, The Spencer tiara, another piece of the Spencer family collection.

Pearl chokers beong to the Empress Marie - mother of Czar Nicholas.

Pearl chokers beong to the Empress Marie - mother of Czar Nicholas.

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