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Prince Gustav and King Oscar in Germany 1852

Prince Gustav and King Oscar in Germany 1852

Crown Prince Oscar of Sweden by Joseph Karl Stieler (German 1781-1858).....stiletto-sharp moustache...

Crown Prince Oscar of Sweden by Joseph Karl Stieler (German 1781-1858).....stiletto-sharp moustache...

Oscar I of Sweden (1799-1859) was born Joseph Francis Oscar Bernadotte. He was the child of General Bernadotte, who was elected Crown Prince of Sweden. Oskar, born of modest family, married Princess Josephine of Leuchtenberg, the daughter of Eugene de Beauharnais and granddaughter of Empress Josephine of France.

Oscar I of Sweden (1799-1859) was born Joseph Francis Oscar Bernadotte. He was the child of General Bernadotte, who was elected Crown Prince of Sweden. Oskar, born of modest family, married Princess Josephine of Leuchtenberg, the daughter of Eugene de Beauharnais and granddaughter of Empress Josephine of France.

Royal Monogram of King Oscar I of Sweden

Royal Monogram of King Oscar I of Sweden

Erik (Wahlberg) Wahlbergson - Oscar I, King of Sweden and Norway 1844-1859 - Google Art Project.jpg

Erik (Wahlberg) Wahlbergson - Oscar I, King of Sweden and Norway 1844-1859 - Google Art Project.jpg

Oscar I (1799 - 1859). King of Sweden from 1844 until his death in 1859. He married Josephine of Leuchtenberg and had five children.

Oscar I (1799 - 1859). King of Sweden from 1844 until his death in 1859. He married Josephine of Leuchtenberg and had five children.

Oscar I of Sweden (1799-1859) was born Joseph Francis Oscar Bernadotte.  He was the child of General Bernadotte, who was elected Crown Prince of Sweden.  Oskar, born of modest family, married Princess Josephine of Leuchtenberg, the daughter of Eugene de Beauharnais and granddaughter of Empress Josephine of France.

Oscar I of Sweden (1799-1859) was born Joseph Francis Oscar Bernadotte. He was the child of General Bernadotte, who was elected Crown Prince of Sweden. Oskar, born of modest family, married Princess Josephine of Leuchtenberg, the daughter of Eugene de Beauharnais and granddaughter of Empress Josephine of France.

Portrait of Oscar II of Sweden (1829-1907) by Oscar Björck (1860-1929).... King of Sweden from 1872 until his death and King of Norway from 1872-1905....

Portrait of Oscar II of Sweden (1829-1907) by Oscar Björck (1860-1929).... King of Sweden from 1872 until his death and King of Norway from 1872-1905....

The tiara itself is Queen Josephine’s Diamond Tiara. The Queen Josephine in question is Josephine of Sweden and Norway, who was herself a granddaughter of Empress Josephine, wife of Napoléon Bonaparte. Josephine was the wife of King Oscar I of Sweden and Norway, and was Queen Consort from 1844 to 1859.

The tiara itself is Queen Josephine’s Diamond Tiara. The Queen Josephine in question is Josephine of Sweden and Norway, who was herself a granddaughter of Empress Josephine, wife of Napoléon Bonaparte. Josephine was the wife of King Oscar I of Sweden and Norway, and was Queen Consort from 1844 to 1859.

Empress Josephine's Cameo Tiara (Sweden)  A gift from Napoleon to Empress Josephine of France, this bridal tiara consists of countless pearls and seven cameos that depict mythological figures.When Josephine's granddaughter Josephine of Leuchtenberg married King Oscar I of Sweden in 1823, she relocated to Stockholm and took the tiara with her.  Queen Silvia has, on occasion, worn it to the Nobel Prize gala dinner. Crown Princess Victoria, wore the tiara at her wedding in 2010.

Empress Josephine's Cameo Tiara (Sweden) A gift from Napoleon to Empress Josephine of France, this bridal tiara consists of countless pearls and seven cameos that depict mythological figures.When Josephine's granddaughter Josephine of Leuchtenberg married King Oscar I of Sweden in 1823, she relocated to Stockholm and took the tiara with her. Queen Silvia has, on occasion, worn it to the Nobel Prize gala dinner. Crown Princess Victoria, wore the tiara at her wedding in 2010.

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