Explore Russia and more!

Explore related topics

...

...

The Great Imperial Crown made in 1762 for the coronation of Catherine the Great by the court jeweler J.Pauzie represents the height of creative imagination, lavish beauty and skilled workmanship. It is adorned with five thousand diamonds arranged in a splendid pattern of laurel wreaths and oak branches.

The Great Imperial Crown made in 1762 for the coronation of Catherine the Great by the court jeweler J.Pauzie represents the height of creative imagination, lavish beauty and skilled workmanship. It is adorned with five thousand diamonds arranged in a splendid pattern of laurel wreaths and oak branches.

This jewelry for hair, belonged to Catherine II the Great, 1674.  She and Elizabeth I, the daughter of Peter The Great, were fond of jewelry. Elizabeth preferred colorful flora theme, Catherine enjoyed bow-knots from diamonds and silver.  (Imperial Jewels of the Diamond Fund of Russia.)

This jewelry for hair, belonged to Catherine II the Great, 1674. She and Elizabeth I, the daughter of Peter The Great, were fond of jewelry. Elizabeth preferred colorful flora theme, Catherine enjoyed bow-knots from diamonds and silver. (Imperial Jewels of the Diamond Fund of Russia.)

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ this is a 136 carat emerald "The Green Queen". Decorated by diamonds. In belonged to Nikolai of Russia and later in 1913, to GD Alexandra Iosifovna, wife of Nikolay II relative. Today is kept in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin ~

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ this is a 136 carat emerald "The Green Queen". Decorated by diamonds. In belonged to Nikolai of Russia and later in 1913, to GD Alexandra Iosifovna, wife of Nikolay II relative. Today is kept in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin ~

Detail of a portrait of Maria Feodorovna by Konstantin Makovsky showing some of her fabulous jewels

Detail of a portrait of Maria Feodorovna by Konstantin Makovsky showing some of her fabulous jewels

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ The Great Bouquet, 1760. Belong to Empress Elizabeth I of Russia, worn on the great gown. Then was presented by Emperor Peter III ( husband of Catherine II) to his mistress Lisa Vorontsova. After he was withdrawn, according to legend, Catherine made Lisa to present this jewel to Lisa's sister, Catrin Dashkova, who was a friend of Catherine II.

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ The Great Bouquet, 1760. Belong to Empress Elizabeth I of Russia, worn on the great gown. Then was presented by Emperor Peter III ( husband of Catherine II) to his mistress Lisa Vorontsova. After he was withdrawn, according to legend, Catherine made Lisa to present this jewel to Lisa's sister, Catrin Dashkova, who was a friend of Catherine II.

The Swedish family own this pink topaz demi-parure, originally a gift from Paul I of Russia, created from the finest Russian pink topazes.

The Swedish family own this pink topaz demi-parure, originally a gift from Paul I of Russia, created from the finest Russian pink topazes.

Moscow jewelry company “Master R.O.S.S.I.I.” (“Master of Russia”) - Ring. stones diamonds, Emerald, Sapphire, Rubin, Opal

Moscow jewelry company “Master R.O.S.S.I.I.” (“Master of Russia”) - Ring. stones diamonds, Emerald, Sapphire, Rubin, Opal

Imperial Jewels of the Diamond Fund of Russia. DIADEM, "RUSSIAN FIELD" DESIGNED BY VIKTOR NIKOLAEV, GENNADY ALEKSAKIN, MOSCOW 1980

Imperial Jewels of the Diamond Fund of Russia. DIADEM, "RUSSIAN FIELD" DESIGNED BY VIKTOR NIKOLAEV, GENNADY ALEKSAKIN, MOSCOW 1980

Pinterest
Search