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Europe's Royal Jewels — Great Imperial Crown of Russia ♕ Moscow Kremlin.

Cartier Tiara/Neckless Belonging to Empress Maria Feodorivna Wife Of Alexander III.She Is Wearing The Tiara As A Neckless.

Cartier tiara/necklace belonging to Maria Feodorovna, Empress consort of Russia as spouse of Emperor Alexander III. Picture depicts her wearing the tiara as a necklace

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monarchies-of-the-world: “ Russian Field Tiara - (Russia) The above image is a recreation of the original tiara. The current Russian Field Tiara is a copy of the original tiara that the fate is.

Tiara of the Grand duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia, wife of Prince William of Sweden

Maria Pavlovna s Cartier sapphire tiara and corsage Cartier diamond and sapphire tiara Grand Duke Paul of Russia gave his daughter Grand Duchess Maria when she married Prince William of.

Grand-Duchess Anastasia’s Sapphire Necklace/Tiara. The first thing to know is that this sapphire and diamond tiara was originally a necklace, which story started in 1879, when grand-duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna of Russia married grand-duke Friedrich Franz III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. The necklace came into the Danish royal family when it was left to her elder daughter, Queen Alexandrine, spouse of King Christian X of Denmark.

Queen Alexandrine’s Sapphire Tiara Made in 1879 by an unknown maker, composed of alternating diamond circle swirls and sapphires surrounded by diamonds, separated by old cut diamonds. Originally this.

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ A pair of bows to decorate sleeves made for Catherine II of Russia. Between 1765-1767. 4.2х4.9 sm. Gold, silver, diamonds, rubies, shpinel (the same gem is on the top of grand Imperial crown of Russia). Kept in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ A pair of bows to decorate sleeves made for Catherine II of Russia. Between 1765-1767. 4.2х4.9 sm. Gold, silver, diamonds, rubies, shpinel (the same gem is on the top of grand Imperial crown of Russia). Kept in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin

Above: Tiara, likely created by the court jeweller Bolin for Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia. Image from A. E. Fersman's catalog "Diamond Fund of the USSR," published around 1924-26, via Elena Horvathova on LiveJournal (http://eho-2013.livejournal.com/62382.html). Below: Portrait of Tsaritsa Alexandra Feodorovna, by Ilya Yefimovich Repin, Russia, 1896, Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens, via Wikimedia Commons.

Above: Tiara, likely created by the court jeweller Bolin for Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia. Fersman's catalog "Diamond Fund of the USSR," published around via Elena Horvathova on LiveJournal

Tiara belonging to Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, wife of Prince Nicolas of Greece. Circa early 1900's

Diadem of the Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, wife of Prince Nicolas of Greece. Circa early It was later inherited by their daughter the Princess Olga of Greece who married Prince Paul of Yugoslavia.

Fabergè - I gioielli dei Romanov - Diadema donato dallo Zar Alessandro II alla figlia Maria Alexandrovna in occasione del suo matrimonio nel 1874.

Fabergè - I gioielli dei Romanov - Diadema donato dallo Zar Alessandro II alla figlia Maria Alexandrovna in occasione del suo matrimonio nel 1874.

La Gran Corona Imperial de Rusia fue confeccionada para la coronación de la emperatriz Catalina II en 1762. Con esta corona, hecha con oro, plata, diamantes, espinela y perlas, fueron investidos del poder todos los emperadores rusos hasta el último, Nicolás II.

Coronas, cetros y orbes de la Dinastía Imperial Románov

The Great Imperial Crown, made for the Coronation of Empress Catherine II in The crown is set with select Indian diamonds & large pearls with one of the seven historic Russian jewels--a large red spinel weighing carats!

the Czarina Alexandra..

the Romanov Pearl tiara of Empress Alex Romanova, the spectacular tiara that is often seen in pictures and portraits of the Czarina Alexandra.

The Russian Imperial Crown. First used at the Coronation of Catherine the Great and last used at the coronation of Nicholas II.

The Russian Imperial Crown. First used at the Coronation of Catherine the Great and last used at the coronation of Nicholas II.Catherine’s crown was made of diamonds, hundreds of pearls and a 415 carat ruby purchased from a Chinese Emperor.

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/melaras/tiaras-crowns/ 388 crowns "The Crown of Emperor Rudolph II - after 1804 the Austrian Imperial Crown

State Armoury Museum of the Moscow Kremlin – A Russian Treasure House

The Russian Imperial Crown. First used at the Coronation of Catherine the Great and last used at the coronation of Nicholas II. The magnificent crown holds the second largest spinel in the world, a precious red spinel weighing an impressive carats.

Stunning 1806, Queen of Bavaria Karoline of Baden, crown contains huge pearls and large diamonds. As part of a republican Germany, Bavaria has not had a monarch since 1918 but the Bavarian Crown Jewels are still on show in the Treasury of the Residenz Palace in Munich.

The 1806 Queen of Bavaria crown contains huge pearls. The Bavarian Crown Jewels are on show in the Treasury of the Residenz Palace in Munich

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