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Türkis Schmuck der Herzogin Mecklenburg-Schwerin eine Prinzessin von Windisch-Graetz Turqoise Jewels and Brooch from Marie Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin born Princess of Windischgraetz die Geschichte | History: http://www.royal-magazin.de/german/mecklenburg-schwerin/marie_tuerkis_mecklenburg_windischgraetz.htm

The Imperial Coronation robe and Crown Jewels of Russia

Princess Margaret wearing the Papyrus/Lotus Flower Tiara (also wearing the Teck Circle Tiara as a necklace). Princess Margaret, wore the tiara after the Queen Mother gave it to her in 1959. She wore it most often in her younger years.

Countess Mona von Bismarck Jewels

Turquoise has continued to be used and worn by royalty and underwent a revival in popularity in the mid-1800’s with the advent of the colorful Victorian Age. It was a favorite stone of Queen Victoria’s, filled with sentimental meaning. As gifts for Queen Victoria’s bridesmaids, Prince Albert designed a turquoise brooch in the shape of the Coburg Eagle (see the collage); the brooches were made by the jeweller Charles du Vé for Garrard.

Krönungsdiadem von Brillanten nach oben in Blumengirlanden auslaufend

Princess Marie Louise von Anhalt, nee Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein, during her brief marriage to Prince Aribert.

Magnificent ring with portrait under flat cut diamond of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. Circa 1833

Diadem aus der Werkstatt des Hofjuweliers Roesner, Dresden| Hofjuwelier der Könige von Sachsen - Saxony Courtjeweler

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