Made for Queen Theresa, wife of Ludwig I of Bavaria c. 1815, probably Italian. Can be shortened. Sheet gold, turquoise, amethyst, emeralds, pink topaz and pearls. G. Munn, "Tiaras: A History of Splendor"
Empress Alexandra of Russia Emeralds and Diamonds
Empress Eugenie's Grand Pearl and Diamond Diadem of the French Napoleonic Crown Jewels. Eugénie's tiara was created by the Crown Jeweller, Lemonnier, using the Napoleonic pearls. The Louvre.
Crown of Napoleon I
The Danish crown jewels Copenhagen Kbenhavn Rosenborgcastle
Diamond Necklace, 1905, Cartier, made for Queen Alexandra of Great Britain in 1905 (1844-1925)
Diamond Diadem of Queen Pauline of Württemberg, circa 1820, Landesmuseum Württemberg, Stuttgart.
1687 An inscription on the back cover plate of the 416-carat stone informs us that Emperor Leopold I (1640-1705) acquired the "VNschatzbare Kleynodt so HIACENT LABELLA genandt" ("incomparably precious stone called HYACINTH LA BELLA") from an aristocratic Hungarian family in 1687. On this occasion a richly enamelled double eagle with the imperial crown was added to the existing setting from the early 15th century.
North India | Carved emerald, pearl, enamel and 18k gold ring | 19th century | The Mughal emperors and other Indian princely families had a genuine passion for precious stones and pearls - among the stones most prized were emeralds, particularly carved emeralds.
The Imperial Crown of Russia, also known as the Small Imperial Crown, was used by the Emperors of Russia until the monarchy's abolition in 1917.
Queen Mary's Ring, Consort of King George V created in 1736
Queen Elizabeth, c.1590-1603. Miniature by Nicholas Hilliard. © Victoria & Albert Museum.
Tiara of Empress Auguste Victoria of Germany
El Regente. Pertenece a la corona francesa desde 1717. Actualmente expuesto el el Louvre
Diamante Orlov.Engarzado en el Cetro Real de la Zarina Catalina la Grande