pink topaz demi-parure which was given to Marie Pavlovna on the occasion of her wedding to the Duke of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach. It was a gift from her father, Czar Paul I of Russia. It passed to her daughter Augusta, the Empress of Germany, then to Augusta’s daughter Louise, Grand Duchess of Baden, and then to the Grand Duchess’ daughter, Queen Viktoria of Sweden in 1923, when it became part of the Bernadotte collection. It is created from the finest of Russian pink topazes.
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.
The Sapphires Agraffe of Grand Duchess Marie Pavlovna, 1910 955 Diamanten von zus 139 ct 2 Briolette Diamanten von 18 ct 4 Brillanten 23,5ct 234 Diamantrosen 1 Saphir von 162 ct im Zentrum 78 Saphire von 112 ct verwendet, eine unglaubliche Pracht!