Each flower of this soflty shivering tiara can be worn as an independent jewel. The Leuchtenberg tiara, circa 1830, part of our Imperial Splendours exhibition.⠀ #ImperialSplendours #ChaumetArtOfJewellery #ChaumetPalaceMuseum #ChaumetinBeijing
The Splendours of Serbia’s Past :: Balkan Insight the palace of the Spitzer family in Beočin, became ghost houses – in this case after the family abandoned its cement factory stake following the outbreak of World War II. The land was nationalised and since then the palace has operated as a library, sport club office, radio station, home for veterans and a restaurant. The palace was completely abandoned about a decade ago and is just a skeleton today.
Pre-Wedding Photoshoot Amidst Architectural Splendours in Budapest
Penshurst's 11-acre formal walled garden, with records dating back to 1346. One of the oldest gardens in private ownership, it remains much as it was when constructed by Sir Henry Sidney in the Elizabethan era. Central to his ambitious project was the creation of the acclaimed Italian Garden, which involved shifting thousands of tons of earth and building an ingenious system of walls and terraces. www.penshurstplace.com/