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The Desiree tiara worn in an 1849 portrait of Queen Josephine, wife of King Oscar I,?  (11 years before the death of his mother, Queen Desirée).  Josephine was the daughter of Eugene de Beauharnais, and therefore the granddaughter of the Empress Josephine, wife of Napoleon.

The Desiree tiara worn in an 1849 portrait of Queen Josephine, wife of King…

Tiara Mania: Boucheron Pearl Circle Tiara worn by Princess Ragnhild of Norway. It is said that this tiara will not go back to the main royal branch.

Tiara Mania: Boucheron Pearl Circle Tiara worn by Princess Ragnhild of Norway. It is said that this tiara will not go back to the main royal branch.

by Alonso Sanchez Coello

jaded-mandarin: Las infantas Isabel Clara Eugenia y Catalina Micaela, Detail. The Infanta Catalina Micaela, daughter of Felipe II

Anno 1776: "Svenska nationella dräkten" 1812

Désirée Bernadine Eugénie Clary by Robert Lefevre, ca 1810 Sweden: Napoleon's first fiancee, and mother-in-law of Josephine's namesake grand-daughter--they were both queens consort of Sweden.

Désirée - Historical Fiction on Désirée Clary, daughter of a French silk merchant who was Napoleon's first love and later became Queen of Sweden and Norway. She played an important historical role. Interesting read to get a feel for the French Revolution, Napoleons reign and then his demise.

Queen Desideria of Sweden nee Desiree Clary. She was Napoleon's first love, and his brother Joseph married her sister Julie. But he dumped her for Josephine.

Nine Provinces Tiara ~ Queen Astrid had arches added over the diamond spikes.  It can still be worn without the arches, with the arches but without the diamond spikes, just as a bandeau, as a necklace, and as a bracelet ~ here Queen Paola wearing it in it's entirety

Belgium - Nine Provinces Tiara Queen Paola wearing the Nine Provinces Tiara (also known as the Belgian Empire Tiara). this can only be worn by the Queen.

CONVERSANDO ALEGREMENTE SOBRE A HISTÓRIA.: Vive Joséphine Bravo ma belle créole de la Martinique

▴ Artistic Accessories ▴ clothes, jewelry, hats in art - Viger du Vigneau, Jean Louis Victor

Maria Ana Carlota Gabriela of Savoy (1757-1824) was a Princess of Savoy by birth and was the Duchess of Chablais by marriage to Benedetto, Duke of Chablais

1777 Maria Anna Carlotta Gabriella di Savoia, Duchess of Chiablese by ? (location unknown to gogm)

François Clouet, Mary, Queen of Scots, 1560-61. Mary is shown in white mourning (en deuil blanc) to mark the loss of three members of her immediate family within a period of eighteen months.

François Clouet Mary, Queen of Scots, shown in white mourning 'en deuil blanc' to mark the loss of three members of her immediate family within a period of eighteen months.

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