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Lady Weymouth reveals new surrogate son

Newest member of the British aristocracy: ‘To Emma, Viscountess Weymouth, and Ceawlin, Viscount Weymouth, a son, Henry Richard Isaac.’

The Londonderry diamond Stomacher. The ornament can be divided into three brooches. Garrards made it in 1853 for Frances Anne, widow of the 3rd Marquess of Londonderry The estimate for manufacture was £175


Lady Weymouth reveals new surrogate son

8 January 2017. The Honourable Henry Thynn is a second grandson for the 7th Marquess of Bath. Henry is almost certainly the first member of the British aristocracy to have been born by surrogacy. He has been named after his great-grandfather, who was the 6th Marquess. The couple already have a two-year-old son, John.

The Pole-Carew tiara, kokoshnik shape by Cartier. Articulated openwork design of millegrain quadrilobe motifs, set throughout with cushion-shaped diamonds, mounted in platinum, ca. 1922


It’s interesting to think of all the hands that touched a gem, and all the lives the gem has touched. The Catherine the Great emerald necklace is one of those famous gems that was touched by many famous hands and in turn,touched the lives of its owners


The Tudors costumed by Joan Bergin. Beautiful! Although of I remember correctly, this is when she was given the title of marquis but that is not a correct marquis crown.


A large Siberian amethyst mounted as a jewel with diamond set honeysuckle motif 1810. The word amethyst derives from the Greek amethustos. literally meaning 'not drunken' referring to the belief that an amethyst placed in a glass of wine would allow one to drink without fear of intoxication. Also it stood for devotion in love