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« Reply #675 on: August 26, 2014, 09:14:54 AM »

I actually think it's a very cute bracelet. You can tell that it's from a different era and it has a certain charm, IMO. It was also a nice gesture with a personal gift and with those beads on the dress, a lot of bling might have looked over the top - especially for a not yet CP. But Mosh is not one to value subtlety, only BIG AND SHOWY BLING counts.

It could have looked understated and elegant but Mary can't do that. If she tries understated, it comes off as plain. Because she is very plain.
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« Reply #676 on: August 26, 2014, 01:40:25 PM »

I think its also telling that she brought NO family jewellery into the marriage. Not even a string of pearls or a gold chain.
I come from peasant stock but there is some of granny's jewellery that wouldn't be out of place at a an event like this. I can't believe between two sisters and being her granny's favourite there was nothing for Mary to use?
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« Reply #677 on: August 26, 2014, 02:15:15 PM »

I haven't thought about it like that before, but you raise a good point. My guess is that it's got to do with Mary not wanting to acknowledge her past (which is a very odd trait in her since she also seems desperate to market herself as Aussie).

Every once in a while I wear the Georg Jensen Daisy earrings that are heirlooms from my late grandmother. It feels special every time I wear them with my (new but still matching) Daisy necklace because then she's with me, somehow. I doubt anyone expects a normal girl to have family tiaras but surely there must be small, private family jewelry that she loves and wears for that reason alone.

I will never understand the way she dismisses her family history. The main reason why the Bogansons are such a fail is because they're constantly trying to not be who they really are.
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« Reply #678 on: August 26, 2014, 07:04:21 PM »

I remember when Mary wore the parure set pre-wedding there was a lot of criticism on MBs with many posters pointing out, rightfully so, that it was reserved for Fred's wife so she should have worn something else.


so true!

But after the hissy-fit she threw at the pre-pre wedding reception they probably caved and let her wear it.

 
Mary seemed to be under the impression that Margrethe was going to be generous like Beatrix was to Maxima.  Laughing


very true!

But that shows Yrma's real character. Daisy gave her a personal present






but I guess it was not a good enough gift, or even statement piece. Yrma wears the ring as well, from time to time.
Good eye PeDe. I'd not realized that was a personal gift from Daisy.
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« Reply #679 on: August 26, 2014, 10:11:21 PM »

I think its also telling that she brought NO family jewellery into the marriage. Not even a string of pearls or a gold chain.
I come from peasant stock but there is some of granny's jewellery that wouldn't be out of place at a an event like this. I can't believe between two sisters and being her granny's favourite there was nothing for Mary to use?

My family didn't really do jewellery.  However, I have necklaces and earrings that were gifts to me for birthdays, graduations etc that would be perfectly fine as day jewellery.  To not wear these pieces occasionally would be strange to me, even if I were married into a family that owned and could buy much more impressive necklaces - they are gifts, they are sentimental.  It is odd that Mary has nothing like this whatsoever.
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« Reply #680 on: August 27, 2014, 01:45:15 AM »

It could be that if she did have some family jewelry, she left them with her sisters as mementos of her. I think that would be a nice touch.
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« Reply #681 on: August 27, 2014, 06:05:12 AM »

It could be that if she did have some family jewelry, she left them with her sisters as mementos of her. I think that would be a nice touch.

Come on bumbershoot, that would mean Mary had an unselfish bone in her body  Laughing

Do you see the incredible bitch face she is making in those pics, she isn't unselfish enough to do that even for her sisters-if she had anything of value to take she would have done so, IMO
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« Reply #682 on: August 27, 2014, 06:27:17 AM »

It could be that if she did have some family jewelry, she left them with her sisters as mementos of her. I think that would be a nice touch.

Come on bumbershoot, that would mean Mary had an unselfish bone in her body  Laughing

Do you see the incredible bitch face she is making in those pics, she isn't unselfish enough to do that even for her sisters-if she had anything of value to take she would have done so, IMO

Mary giving jewelry away  Laughing

Mary thinking of others  Laughing

Mary...the same Mary who tossed out personal letters and photos with the grandmother she used to manipulate Fred into thinking she had a soul. Not just tossed out but tossed out with unpaid credit card bills,embarrassing old driver's licenses featuring the original face, and embarrassing pictures with low tier celebrities.

Boganrella gave her sisters something to remember her by alright. Memories of her being an insufferable bitch to them throughout her wedding day. Snapping at them at the altar....snapping again getting out of the carriage. Memories to last a lifetime.
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« Reply #683 on: August 27, 2014, 07:09:32 AM »

Snapping her cape at Fred on the wedding day!
Woohoo, I thought she would fly off on her broom at that point 
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« Reply #684 on: August 27, 2014, 09:55:12 AM »

I wish she had... That would have made this past decade a whole lot cheaper for us danes... And a lot less embarrassing.
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« Reply #685 on: August 28, 2014, 10:17:07 AM »

I wish she had... That would have made this past decade a whole lot cheaper for us danes... And a lot less embarrassing.

To quote an old post of mine


The bride wore malice









Poor little bogan couldn't even get a big tiara so the only big "jewels" on display from the Donaldson clan was from Pa flashing his balls at Daisy.
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« Reply #686 on: March 24, 2015, 11:05:37 AM »

There is a new theory these days about Mary's wedding tiara provenance...

Here is a picture of Princess Anne of Denmark, née Bowes-Lyon (she was one of the Queen Mother's nieces, married to Prince George of Denmark)
Her necklace here is supposedly Mary's tiara...What do you think ?


Mary's tiara worn in necklace form:



More info about Anne : https://en.wikipedia.org/.../Princess_Anne_of_Denmark

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« Reply #687 on: March 24, 2015, 11:56:56 AM »

There is a new theory these days about Mary's wedding tiara provenance...

Here is a picture of Princess Anne of Denmark, née Bowes-Lyon (she was one of the Queen Mother's nieces, married to Prince George of Denmark)
Her necklace here is supposedly Mary's tiara...What do you think ?


Mary's tiara worn in necklace form:



More info about Anne : https://en.wikipedia.org/.../Princess_Anne_of_Denmark



I don't think so.  The main bits are a different shape - look where they are widest and that is different on each, and also the spacers (the in between bits) are a different shape.
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« Reply #688 on: March 24, 2015, 12:02:56 PM »

the "Emerald Set"? I don't know about any Emerald Set, but we believe that when the Lux came for an official visit she expected to be decked out, tiara, earrings, etc., any Danish Family Jewelry. But she wasn't. Alexandra was established and had her bling going, and so was Daisy and MT. She pulled a sour face the whole evening in every photo. Hence the hissy-fit,  what an embarrassment for the DRF. And she wasn't even married then










another set of pic from the same visit

 




I think it was a double whamy for her, because she "only" was invited to the opera and gala, and not to any official welcoming or events. Alexandra took that representative role







With that black outfit and strict ponytail Mary reminds me of Sporty Spice of the former Spice girls.
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« Reply #689 on: March 24, 2015, 01:36:42 PM »

There is a new theory these days about Mary's wedding tiara provenance...

Here is a picture of Princess Anne of Denmark, née Bowes-Lyon (she was one of the Queen Mother's nieces, married to Prince George of Denmark)
Her necklace here is supposedly Mary's tiara...What do you think ?


Mary's tiara worn in necklace form:



More info about Anne : https://en.wikipedia.org/.../Princess_Anne_of_Denmark


I don't think they're a same piece, Mashie's tiara/necklace has five spikes while the princess' necklace has more than five (about 7)


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