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The Archduchess Maria Anna’s Tiara. It was made in Vienna by Moritz Hübner in 1903

古代エジプト時代の紀元前のアンティークジュエリーから1900年代の最先端ジュエリーまで。 代表 有川一三が世界中から集めたアルビオンアートの追求する"ジュエリーの美と感動の世界"を心ゆくまでお楽しみください。

A double image of the Vlad tiara with both pearls and emeralds, and the new Queen Elizabeth started to wear her grandmother's tiara when she went to see the Royal Film Performance of 'Beau Brummel' in 1954. My thanks to 'The Court Jeweller' for the info..

A double image of the Vlad tiara with both pearls and emeralds, and the new Queen Elizabeth started to wear her grandmother's tiara when she went to see the Royal Film Performance of 'Beau Brummel' in 1954. My thanks to 'The Court Jeweller' for the info..

The Hanover Tiara; c. 1830, German. Commissioned by Prince John George of Saxony (1869-1938), and worn by his first wife, Princess Isabel of Wurtemberg (1871-1904) and by the second, Princess Maria Immaculata of Bourbon-Sicily. Royal House of Hanover. Gold Silver, Diamonds, and Pearls.

古代エジプト時代の紀元前のアンティークジュエリーから1900年代の最先端ジュエリーまで。 代表 有川一三が世界中から集めたアルビオンアートの追求する"ジュエリーの美と感動の世界"を心ゆくまでお楽しみください。

The Macclesfield diamond jewels. Comprising a tiara with five detachable flowerhead cluster brooches, a riviere necklace, a stomacher brooch and a bracelet with two interchangeable cluster central panels. The tiara designe as a tapering row of old cushion-cut diamonds surmounted by a graduated series of fleur-de-lys motifs with garland and foliate intersections to a central pear shaped diamnd collet, with five detachable pave-set naturalistic flowerhead clusters. ca. 1850

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A dazzling tiara featuring emeralds believed to have belonged to Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III, sold for a record 11.28 million Swiss francs (12.80 million) to an anonymous buyer at Sotheby’s. The diamond and emerald tiara was commissioned by German prince Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck’s for his second wife Katharina. Love it!!!

The world's most expensive jewels

A dazzling tiara featuring emeralds believed to have belonged to Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III, sold for a record 11.28 million Swiss francs (12.80 million) to an anonymous buyer at Sotheby’s. The diamond and emerald tiara was commissioned by German prince Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck’s for his second wife Katharina. Love it!!!

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