Necklace of the Diamond Fund of Russia.  Emerald 1 unit (12, 52 ct.). Emeralds 208 pc. (29, 52 ct.)  Diamond 482 pc. (28.07 ct.) Platinum, gold.  Diamond Fund of Russia.  Moscow, Russia. 1993

Necklace of the Diamond Fund of Russia. Emerald 1 unit (12, 52 ct.). Emeralds 208 pc. (29, 52 ct.) Diamond 482 pc. (28.07 ct.) Platinum, gold. Diamond Fund of Russia. Moscow, Russia. 1993

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Prussian sapphire and diamond parure, set with sapphires, diamonds and pearls, is comprised a necklace, earrings, two brooches, a fan, a bracelet and a tiara. Prussian sapphire and diamond tiara centered in a large sapphire was worn by Crown Princess Cecilie of Prussia (1886-1954) at the wedding of the Crown Prince of Denmark and Princess Ingrid of Sweden in 1935. Via http://tiarasandtrianon.com.

Prussian sapphire and diamond parure, set with sapphires, diamonds and pearls, is comprised a necklace, earrings, two brooches, a fan, a bracelet and a tiara. Prussian sapphire and diamond tiara centered in a large sapphire was worn by Crown Princess Cecilie of Prussia (1886-1954) at the wedding of the Crown Prince of Denmark and Princess Ingrid of Sweden in 1935. Via http://tiarasandtrianon.com.

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AQUAMARINE PARURE OF PRINCESS PALEY- consists of tiara, necklace and corsage decoration made by Cartie in 1912 for Olga Karmovitch,Princess Paley,a morganatic wife of Grand Duke Pavel,uncle of Nikolay II.This is the only parure of Pavel's family appeared after The Revolution as Olga saved it in her house in Paris. In the center of diamond tiara is aquamarine that got a special place for a feather.In 1920 her husband and a son were shot. Olga and her two daughters left Russia forever. Olga's…

AQUAMARINE PARURE OF PRINCESS PALEY- consists of tiara, necklace and corsage decoration made by Cartie in 1912 for Olga Karmovitch,Princess Paley,a morganatic wife of Grand Duke Pavel,uncle of Nikolay II.This is the only parure of Pavel's family appeared after The Revolution as Olga saved it in her house in Paris. In the center of diamond tiara is aquamarine that got a special place for a feather.In 1920 her husband and a son were shot. Olga and her two daughters left Russia forever. Olga's…

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Three centuries of Russian court jewellery is unveiled in Jewels of the Romanovs book | The Jewellery Editor

Three centuries of Russian court jewellery is unveiled in Jewels of the Romanovs book | The Jewellery Editor

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