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The Jewels of Royal family France

The Jewels of Royal family France

British Royal Jewel Pendant of Queen Elizabeth II of White Diamonds with an Important Green-Colored Diamond

HM Queen Silvia of Sweden wearing a double row pearl necklace with pearl and diamond clasp.

Emerald and diamond brooch Probably Garrards Presented to Queen Mary at the Delhi Durbar by the Ladies of India and inherited by The Queen in 1953. The large hexagonal emerald, in a gold and silver setting encircled by brilliant-cut diamonds, is carved with a rose on the front and a plant on the back.

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An early 20th century sapphire and diamond necklace/tiara. The front piece is of graduated fringe design, formed as seven diamond-set knife edge bars each terminating in an oval-cut sapphire surrounded by old round brilliant-cut diamonds and spaced by a scrolling diamond-set link each with a knife edge bar drop terminating in a circular-cut sapphire, to a belcher-link neckchain, mounted in silver and gold, with a tiara frame, length 42cm including chain

Deborah “Debo” Mitford, the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire wearing the large Devonshire Diamond Tiara

The 'parure de groseillier' (currant leaf parure) of the French Crown Jewels was made in 1855 by Bapst for Empress Eugénie, wife of Napoleon III.

Empress Eugenie's Feuilles de Groseillier brooch to be offered at Christie's Geneva in November 2014.

Diamond epaulatte.

Elie Saab Fall Winter 2014-15 Haute Couture

Elie Saab Fall Winter 2014-15 Couture - Page 5 of 8

Birgitte, Duchess of Gloucester, wearing Queen Mary's Honeysuckle, or Palmette tiara in its original form, as it was in 1913-14.

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: pear shaped diamond earrings, thought to have belonged to Marie Antoinette.

Emerald and Diamond Drop Earrings ~ By Jewelry Designer de Grisogono


March's Birthstone: A is also for Aquamarine

An early 20th century sapphire and diamond brooch pendant The openwork plaque of fine knife-wire, millegrain set brilliant and single-cut diamond detail, its centre issuing a stylised scroll of similarly set diamonds and calibré-cut sapphires, to an oval mixed-cut sapphire drop, diamonds approx. 4.00ct. total, length 8.0cm.

A Faberge Red Cross Egg pendant. Empress Alexandra Feodorovna and her two eldest daughters, Olga and Tatiana, trained as Red Cross nurses in World War I.

DAVID WEBB Multi-Colored Pearl & Diamond Neclace - Yafa Jewelry

DAVID WEBB Multi-Colored Pearl & Diamond Neclace - Yafa Jewelry

The Empress Eugénie Diamond is 52 carat antique pear-shaped brilliant with an odd, random facet pattern. Napoléon III presented it to his bride Eugenia Maria de Montijo de Guzmán. In 1872 the Empress sold her beloved diamond privately to Mulhar Rao, the Gaekwar of Baroda, a gem collector & reputed “richest man in the world”. When Rao was deposed in 1875, the Eugénie diamond disappeared from view for over 123 years, finally surfacing at the “Treasures of the Tsars” exhibit in 1998.

Empress Eugénie

Diamond necklace.

Duchess of Windsor Sapphire and Diamond Bracelet, given by Duke of Windsor on May 18, 1937

Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor

Alexandre Reza - The House : History and Choker with 115cts of D Internally pure Flawless diamonds

Alexandre Reza - Prehome

Cartier c.1910

Boucheron's Rivage necklace is a splash of sapphires and diamonds in a design reminiscent of Boucheron’s Vague tiara, circa 1920

Attending the 27th Biennale des Antiquaires - Part 1

Peridot and diamonds

Giardinetti Necklace, c. 1760, gold, silver, diaminds, emeralds, rubies, The giardinetti jewel of which this necklace is an important example demonstrates that passion for colour and flowers characteristic of the eighteenth century decorative arts was not reserved for ceramics and textiles but was also expressed in jewellery. Worn like a garland round the neck the flowers would add a festive note to the toilette of the woman who wore it, and delight the eyes of all who saw her.