Crown Jewels

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Bulgarien Königlicher Schmuck der Kaiserin von Bulgarien Ein Diadem von Blättern und Beeren, Gold mit Brillanten, das bis vor kurzem von den Nachfahren getragen wurde>> Royal and Imperial Crown Jewels of Bulgaria | Giovanna of Bulgaria | Diamond Ivy Leaf Tiara Diadem Royal jewelery of the Tsarina of Bulgaria This diadem of ivy leaves and berries in gold with diamonds, which was worn till in the year 2016 by their royal prinesses of the royal house of Bulgaria. Vintage Style Rings Engagement, Diamond Parure, Leaf Tiara, Jewelry Royal, Royal Crown Jewels, Queens Jewels, Tiaras Jewellery, Imperial Crown, Ivy Leaves

Giovanna of Bulgaria | Diamond Ivy Leaf Tiara Diadem | Royal Crown Parure

Bulgarien Königlicher Schmuck der Kaiserin von Bulgarien Ein Diadem von Blättern und Beeren, Gold mit Brillanten, das bis vor kurzem von den Nachfahren getragen wurde>> Royal and Imperial Crown Jewels of Bulgaria | Giovanna of Bulgaria | Diamond Ivy Leaf Tiara Diadem Royal jewelery of the Tsarina of Bulgaria This diadem of ivy leaves and berries in gold with diamonds, which was worn till in the year 2016 by their royal prinesses of the royal house of Bulgaria.

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Terry Benske
The Angouleme Emerald Tiara worn by Marie Antoinette and made by Evrard and Frederic Bapst for the French crown jewels in 1820. There are 1031 diamonds and 40 emeralds in the setting. When sold in 1887, an observer remarked that anyone who had not seen it 'does not know what an emerald is, the green stones alternate with the brilliants in such a manner that there is an interplay of coloured light, the effect of which is magical.' Emerald Tiara, Empress Eugenie, Royalty Crown, Royal Crown Jewels, Tiaras Jewellery, Royal Crowns, Royal Tiaras, Historical Jewellery, Green Stones

Emerald Tiara

The Angouleme Emerald Tiara worn by Marie Antoinette and made by Evrard and Frederic Bapst for the French crown jewels in 1820. There are 1031 diamonds and 40 emeralds in the setting. When sold in 1887, an observer remarked that anyone who had not seen it 'does not know what an emerald is, the green stones alternate with the brilliants in such a manner that there is an interplay of coloured light, the effect of which is magical.'

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Catherine Cooke

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