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« Reply #30 on: December 29, 2016, 08:28:49 PM »

Thank You PeDe  Star, Baron Brockdorf  Star  not only for the pictures but also for many interesting facts. I think SRF has one of the finest collection of jewellery.
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« Reply #31 on: December 29, 2016, 10:33:51 PM »

It is my 3rd favorite collection!
1. UK
2. Netherlands/Dutch
3. Swedish
4. Denmark
5. Luxembourg
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« Reply #32 on: December 29, 2016, 11:59:34 PM »

Royal Jewels No longer in Sweden
Hard to believe, but the vast Swedish royal jewellery collection was even larger than it is today. Here's a list of pieces that are no longer in Sweden.

The Emerald Parure- Today in Norway


Queen Josefina's Diamond Tiara- also in Norway


The Pearl Poire Tiara- now in Denmark



The Turquoise Parure - also in Denmark


The Ruby Parure-also in Denmark


The Khedive Tiara- Greece/Denmark


Queen Victoria's Diamond and Pearl Corsage-Greece/Denmark


The Baden Palmette Tiara- Denmark


Queen Sofia's Pearl and Star Tiara and Victoria of Badens diamond stars-Denmark/Berleburg


The Connaught Turquoise Brooch-Denmark


Queen Josefina's Diamond Square Brooches-Denmark


Queen Sofia's Tourmaline Tiara-whereabouts unknown but believed to have been bought by King CG in honour of Princess Estelles birth


Queen Josefina's Pearl Necklace- privately owned


Queen Sofia's Small pearl and diamond tiara- stolen from Princess Christina, then dumped into the Norrstrom river


The Malachite Parure, now exhibited at the Nordic Museum, Stockholm


Queen Louise's Diamond and Emerald Brooch-sold


Parrot Earrings- Now part of Nordic Museum collection


Queen Josefina Pendant-Nordic Museum



Jewllery worn by Queen Louise (born of The Netherlands


Tomorrow ill try to post about jewellery belonging to the haga princesses and modern pieces
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« Reply #33 on: December 30, 2016, 12:17:53 AM »

Royal Jewels No longer in Sweden
Hard to believe, but the vast Swedish royal jewellery collection was even larger than it is today. Here's a list of pieces that are no longer in Sweden.

The Emerald Parure- Today in Norway


Queen Josefina's Diamond Tiara- also in Norway


The Pearl Poire Tiara- now in Denmark



The Turquoise Parure - also in Denmark


The Ruby Parure-also in Denmark


The Khedive Tiara- Greece/Denmark


Queen Victoria's Diamond and Pearl Corsage-Greece/Denmark


The Baden Palmette Tiara- Denmark


Queen Sofia's Pearl and Star Tiara and Victoria of Badens diamond stars-Denmark/Berleburg


The Connaught Turquoise Brooch-Denmark


Queen Josefina's Diamond Square Brooches-Denmark


Queen Sofia's Tourmaline Tiara-whereabouts unknown but believed to have been bought by King CG in honour of Princess Estelles birth


Queen Josefina's Pearl Necklace- privately owned


Queen Sofia's Small pearl and diamond tiara- stolen from Princess Christina, then dumped into the Norrstrom river


The Malachite Parure, now exhibited at the Nordic Museum, Stockholm


Queen Louise's Diamond and Emerald Brooch-sold


Parrot Earrings- Now part of Nordic Museum collection


Queen Josefina Pendant-Nordic Museum



Jewllery worn by Queen Louise (born of The Netherlands


Tomorrow ill try to post about jewellery belonging to the haga princesses and modern pieces

They've lost a lot, even though they still have some of my favorites. The emeralds seem a big loss, but the  sapphires & amethysts they still have are stunning.  Thanks for sharing!
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« Reply #34 on: December 30, 2016, 12:35:44 AM »

The Ruby Parure is the most known to me. I love that it all started with Queen Desideria in the Napoleonic era. Mary altered the parure horribly, but I'm glad Sss will never get to wear it. She wouldn't rock it either way.

Did Josephine of Leuchtenberg wore it or it was personal at that time?
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« Reply #35 on: December 30, 2016, 05:20:12 AM »

Royal Jewels No longer in Sweden
Hard to believe, but the vast Swedish royal jewellery collection was even larger than it is today. Here's a list of pieces that are no longer in Sweden.

The Emerald Parure- Today in Norway


Queen Josefina's Diamond Tiara- also in Norway


The Pearl Poire Tiara- now in Denmark



The Turquoise Parure - also in Denmark


The Ruby Parure-also in Denmark


The Khedive Tiara- Greece/Denmark


Queen Victoria's Diamond and Pearl Corsage-Greece/Denmark


The Baden Palmette Tiara- Denmark


Queen Sofia's Pearl and Star Tiara and Victoria of Badens diamond stars-Denmark/Berleburg


The Connaught Turquoise Brooch-Denmark


Queen Josefina's Diamond Square Brooches-Denmark


Queen Sofia's Tourmaline Tiara-whereabouts unknown but believed to have been bought by King CG in honour of Princess Estelles birth


Queen Josefina's Pearl Necklace- privately owned


Queen Sofia's Small pearl and diamond tiara- stolen from Princess Christina, then dumped into the Norrstrom river


The Malachite Parure, now exhibited at the Nordic Museum, Stockholm


Queen Louise's Diamond and Emerald Brooch-sold


Parrot Earrings- Now part of Nordic Museum collection


Queen Josefina Pendant-Nordic Museum



Jewllery worn by Queen Louise (born of The Netherlands


Tomorrow ill try to post about jewellery belonging to the haga princesses and modern pieces

They've lost a lot, even though they still have some of my favorites. The emeralds seem a big loss, but the  sapphires & amethysts they still have are stunning.  Thanks for sharing!

Wow these are breathtaking! I especially love the pearl poire and the Khedive! 
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« Reply #36 on: December 30, 2016, 06:03:05 AM »

These jewelry threads are my favorite!
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« Reply #37 on: December 30, 2016, 04:45:36 PM »

Jewellery Owned by the Haga Princesses

Princess Margaretha
Aquamarine Parure: including a tiara, brooches, ring, and bracelet


5 strand pearl necklace


Other Pearl Necklaces




Princess Sybilla's seed pearl necklace, worn by her daughter Sybilla in the below pic


Diamond and Pearl Earrings


Princess Birgitta
Pearl Circle Tiara


Greek Key Scroll bracelet/tiara


Sapphire demi parure


Diamond Floral Earrings


Black pearl earrings/brooch set


Diamond Pearl Earrings and small cross


Multi strand pearl necklace with sapphire and diamond clasp- sen better in this video at 2:55 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_VqIJG1Eg4   <-- btw how odd is that bahaha


Princess Desiree:
Queen Louise's Diamond Tiara


Large diamond earrings and diamond and ruby brooch


Diamond and Aquamarine earrings


Diamond Bracelet


Multi Strand pearl necklace


Princess Sybilla's pearl collier, and some other pearl jewellery seen in the pic


Diamond riviere


Lots and lots of pearls-Desiree is the one in the middle


Diamond earrings


Princess Christina (she was robbed of most of her jewellery by man her husband was mentoring a few years ago):
Pearls




Sapphire demi-parure


Citrine pendant and brooch


Diamond feather brooch
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« Reply #38 on: December 30, 2016, 05:21:21 PM »

  Loving these Jewels. They are absolutely stunning pieces❤
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« Reply #39 on: December 30, 2016, 09:12:02 PM »



How lovely Silvia used to be. What a tragedy that she has ruined her face.
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« Reply #40 on: December 31, 2016, 01:12:21 AM »

She was very pretty before. I see a little of Madeline in her. She just looks so comical now with all the work..it's very sad.
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« Reply #41 on: December 31, 2016, 04:16:06 AM »

These jewelry threads are my favorite!

Mine too!
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« Reply #42 on: December 31, 2016, 03:19:35 PM »

Ethe Khedive tiara was a wedding present to then Princess Margaret.  When she died as Crown Princess, her only daughter Ingrid took it with her ,after her wedding, to Denmark.  I would think it was willed to her or her father, the later King, gave it to her.  All of her female descendants have worn it on their wedding days.  It was never a part of the Bernadotte Foundation.
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« Reply #43 on: August 05, 2018, 03:50:10 AM »

The Braganza and the cameo tiaras have not been seen since Victoria's wedding in 2010. I hope I'm wrong but I don't think we will ever see Silvia in either tiara again. Victoria's wedding got a lot of attention so maybe that's why she may never wear it. The Braganza tiara is quite heavy I assume and due to her age, she will probably never wear that tiara either.
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« Reply #44 on: August 05, 2018, 05:05:47 AM »

hang on. what pieces of jewellery actually got stolen please?

Not all these images of jewellery are stolen?

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