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A LADY-IN-WAITING BADGE FOR QUEEN ELENA OF ITALY, BY MUSY. Designed as a diamond-set initial 'E' with crown above, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1900. Queen Elena of Italy née Elena del Montenegro married Victor Emmanuel III of Italy in 1896 .

A LADY-IN-WAITING BADGE FOR QUEEN ELENA OF ITALY, BY MUSY. Designed as a diamond-set initial 'E' with crown above, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1900. Queen Elena of Italy née Elena del Montenegro married Victor Emmanuel III of Italy in 1896 .

Italian Royal Jewels: Queen Margherita of Savoy's Emerald Parure: necklace (with detachable centrepiece), the devant de corsage, and the earrings

Italian Royal Jewels: Queen Margherita of Savoy's Emerald Parure: necklace (with detachable centrepiece), the devant de corsage, and the earrings

Queen Maria Jose of Italy - 1930's - A Lady-in-Waiting Badge - by Musy, Turin - Christie's

Queen Maria Jose of Italy - 1930's - A Lady-in-Waiting Badge - by Musy, Turin - Christie's

A Greek diamond tiara, sadly no longer with the family. Designed as a base with large circular diamonds, with diamond pinnacles and spacers rising from it. For its history see next pin.

A Greek diamond tiara, sadly no longer with the family. Designed as a base with large circular diamonds, with diamond pinnacles and spacers rising from it. For its history see next pin.

ITALY - CROWN WITH PEARLS - 1681 : This crown was commissioned by Victor Amadeus II of Savoy to thank the Virgin of Oropa for the end of the war. The jewel , with a pattern of rosettes on the model of those heraldic. It underwent several changes, the most recent of which dates back to 1820, commissioned by King Vittorio Emanuele I of Savoy. The crown was made by Giuseppe Bogetto in Turin and donated to the sanctuary to be used during the " coronation " of the symbolic statue of the Black…

ITALY - CROWN WITH PEARLS - 1681 : This crown was commissioned by Victor Amadeus II of Savoy to thank the Virgin of Oropa for the end of the war. The jewel , with a pattern of rosettes on the model of those heraldic. It underwent several changes, the most recent of which dates back to 1820, commissioned by King Vittorio Emanuele I of Savoy. The crown was made by Giuseppe Bogetto in Turin and donated to the sanctuary to be used during the " coronation " of the symbolic statue of the Black…

Tiara Mania: Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia's Vladimir Pearl Drop Tiara worn by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom

Tiara Mania: Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia's Vladimir Pearl Drop Tiara worn by Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom

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gold crown | ... Gold, Gem Stone, Watch, Italian, Discount, Manufacturer, Online

This tiara was created by the Valobra Jewelry Atelier in Torino, Italy for the wedding of Princess Yolanda of the House of Savoy to Count Girgio Calvi of Bergolo on April 9, 1923. It features 15 carats of Old European and rose cut diamonds in 18kt yellow gold.

This tiara was created by the Valobra Jewelry Atelier in Torino, Italy for the wedding of Princess Yolanda of the House of Savoy to Count Girgio Calvi of Bergolo on April 9, 1923. It features 15 carats of Old European and rose cut diamonds in 18kt yellow gold.

AN ANTIQUE PEARL AND DIAMOND TIARA  Designed as a series of pearl and old-cut diamond arches to the fan- shaped spacers and two-row pearl and engraved gold band (pearls untested), circa 1830, lengthened to wear as a bandeau with gilt metal and imitation pearl back section.  Provenance    Stéphanie de Beauharnais, niece of Empress Josephine and adopted daughter of Napoleon I, married on 25 July 1806 Karl Ludwig, who became Grand Duke of Baden in 1811

AN ANTIQUE PEARL AND DIAMOND TIARA Designed as a series of pearl and old-cut diamond arches to the fan- shaped spacers and two-row pearl and engraved gold band (pearls untested), circa 1830, lengthened to wear as a bandeau with gilt metal and imitation pearl back section. Provenance Stéphanie de Beauharnais, niece of Empress Josephine and adopted daughter of Napoleon I, married on 25 July 1806 Karl Ludwig, who became Grand Duke of Baden in 1811

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