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Sapphire set of Queen Marie Amélie. French Crown Jewels.

French Crown Jewels - Sapphire set of Queen Marie Amelie; wish photo showed entire tiara.

The parure of Marie-Louise Empress of France

The Emeralds of Marie-Louise Empress of France. Empress Marie-Louise the second wife of Napoleon.

"This tiara... dates to the early 1900s is designed as a series of thirteen graduated stylized ribbon and scroll elements. The ribbons and scrolls are set with circular-, single-cut, cushion-shaped and oval diamonds and each highlighted in the center with an oval sapphire."

A celebration of tiaras

I need a tiara for when I am working in my Sparkle Cave. The tiara was designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria, is set with sapphires and diamonds and can be seen in the portrait of the Queen by Winterhalter in

Above is the emerald and diamond tiara of Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte, the Duchess of Angoulême.  Through several peculiar quirks of fate it is one of the few crown jewels of France to remain unaltered…

The Tiara of Marie-Thérèse

The tiara of Marie-Therese the only living child of Marie-Antoinette & Louis XVI. It is a beautiful Emerald & diamond tiara in a symmetrical design of scrolling foliage, mounted w/over 1000 diamonds set in silver, & 40 emeralds set in gold.

Queen Mary's Russian Brooch.  It was originally given by Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia to Princess May of Teck (later Queen Mary) as a wedding present in 1893. The brooch has a large square-cut diamond and square cabochon sapphire set in a scroll frame of round diamonds. The Empress later asked her husband, Alexander III, to add a matching sapphire and diamond bracelet to the gift. The Queen inherited the brooch in 1953, when Queen Mary passed away.

Queen Mary's Russian Brooch - from Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia to Princess May of Teck (later Queen Mary) as a wedding present in 1893 - Queen Elizabeth inherited the brooch in when Queen Mary passed away.

If I had access to my forefathers crown jewels. I would want to see Princess Beatrice of York wearing these. I LOVE PRINCESS BEATRICE OF YORK! Especially in red!

Tiara with rubies set in scrolling diamond foliage: part of The French Crown Ruby and Diamond Parure, made in 1816 by the court jeweller Ménière and his son-in-law Bapst on King Louis XVIII's request for Marie-Thérèse, Duchess of Angouleme.