Spain - Queen Victoria Eugenie Aquamarine Tiara (2nd version)
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The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: Queen Victoria Eugenia's Aquamarine Tiara
Queen Victoria Eugenia’s Aquamarine Tiara - (Spain)
Spanish Royal Jewels - The Aquamarine Tiara Belonged to Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain, give to her daughter, Infanta Beatriz of Spain.
Creation: The original pearl tiara was created by Ansorena. Queen Victoria Eugenie had the tiara adapted to use aquamarines instead of the pearls but the setting was too fragile for the much larger aquamarines so Infanta Beatriz had it changed once more into the current setting. Queen Victoria Eugenie Queen Victoria Eugenie Materials: diamonds and Brazilian aquamarines Provenance: Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain Infanta Beatriz of Spain, Princess di Civitella-Cesi; from her mother on the occasion of her 1935 marriage to Alessandro Torlonia, Prince di Civitella-Cesi Countess Sandra Lecquio di Assaba & Olimpia Weiller; inherited from their mother in 2002 Infanta Beatriz Olimpia Weiller Olimpia Weiller Other Wearers: Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg Princess Sibilla Questions: What jeweller adapted the tiara for Infanta Beatriz? Links: Luxarazzi - Queen Victoria Eugenia's Aquamarine Tiara The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor - Queen Victoria Eugenia's Aquamarine Tiara Royal Magazin - Aquamarine Parure The Court Jeweller - Queen Ena's Aquamarines