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  • Argon Bats

    Danish crown jewels, the emerald suite. -- De fire garniturer har i dag den udformning, som Christian 8.s dronning Caroline Amalie gav dem i 1840. Med genbrug af Sophie Magdalenes oprindelige juveler, suppleret med ekstra ædelstene, fik hun fremstillet fire garniturer efter tidens mode. På billedet ses smaragd-sættet.

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  • Eirini Bousi

    PARURE & JEWELRY SETS

  • Michele Biery

    Danish Royal family emerald parure..

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