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Castles, Tiaras, Royal Jewels and Dress

Royalty.....where they lived and what they wore.

fripperiesandfobs: Wedding train of Empress Elisabeth of Austria, 1854 From the Kaiserliche Wagenburg Wien via the Google Art Project

Jewelry from the Campana Collection. Musée du Louvre. ll.126. Diadème Or. Estampage h. max. 6,3 cm, d. 14,7 cm Paris, musée du Louvre, DAGER, collection Campana, acq. VI" siècle av. J.-C. Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Grecques/Romaines

Elizabeth I burial is in Westminster Abbey, her sister Mary is buried beneath her in this tomb.

Elizabeth I (1533 - 1603) - Find A Grave Memorial

The "Marie Antoinette" china pattern with gold trim & floral accents from Andre-Marie Leboeuf. This pattern was discontinued in 1780.

Princess Stephanie's Amethyst & Diamond Tiara

girl-thing-16 : theBERRY

Princess Norain of Brunei. #RoyalTiara of Brunei 1: Diamond Moon and star tiara

RoyalDish - Tiara - page 95

Baden Tiara, Germany (made by Cartier; diamonds). Once belonged to Princess Hilda of Nassau, Grand Duchess of Baden.

Amethyst Tiara of Queen Alexandra. Given to her by Tsar Alexander III and then left to her granddaughter the Duchess of Fife. It has since been sold.

More British Royal Tiaras - The Tudors Wiki

A coronet from the estate of the Countess Pauline von Württemberg, 14k rose gold, silver, about 205 rose cut and old cut diamonds, total approx. 5 ct, 9 larger baroque natural pearls, 5 small pearls, ca. 1880, original case

Princess Kelly of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wearing a Turquoise Tiara that belonged to her husband's great-grandmother.

Emerald & Diamond Parure given to Anne, Marchioness of Londonderry from Tsar Alexander I.

Princess Isabella de Ligne de La Trémoïlle. Belgian noble house of Ligne. The tiara, created by Holemans, was set with a large central aquamarine (73.28 carats), book-ended by smaller aquamarines and 360 brilliant-cut diamonds in white gold.

Another view:Diadème de limpératrice Eugénie (musée du Louvre)

Pharaoh Tutankhamun, Golden Bracelet

Marie Antoinette's Faberge Sapphire imperial ring

Sapphire blue light -

The Crown of Emperor Rudolph II - after 1804 the Austrian Imperial Crown

Queen Aelxandras Dagmar Necklace - In 1863 King Frederick VII of Denmark had the crown jeweler 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. Hanging on a gold loop from the center piece is a cloisonne enamel facsimile of the 11th centry gold Dagmar Cross.

Gracie Jewellery: The Countdown to the Royal Wedding - Pearls

Finally found!Queen Desideria's neoclassical parure of gold and malachite which has belonged to Queen Sophia of Sweden and of Norway. The parure consists of a tiara, a necklace, a large brooch, a pair of earrings (one of them damaged) and two bracelets. Gold of four nuances surround the cameos carved in malachite with classical scenes after the great Danish sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen

The Ruby Dragonfly Tiara. This art nouveau tiara by Chaumet has diamond and ruby dragonflies, and belongs to Camilla of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, born Camilla Crociani, the wife of Prince Carlo, one of the claimants to the House of Bourbon- Two Sicilies. Carlo is a godfather to Princess Josephine of Denmark. The couple is also close to the Monegasque royals; they married in Monaco in 1998, and Prince Albert served as best man.

Diane of Orléans, daughter of the Count of Paris, the Orléanist claimant to the French throne and his wife, a brazilian princess, married on 21 July 1960  Carl, Duke of Württemberg.

RoyalDish - Royal Brides - page 46

Tiara Mania: Aquamarine Parure Tiara worn by Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg

Tiara Mania: Aquamarine Parure Tiara

The Swedish Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara worn by Princess Margaretha to her niece's wedding in 2010(Crown Princess Victoria). She also wore the matching brooch. The Tiara had not been seen since her daughter wore the tiara at her wedding in 1998.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor