Bracelets of a large parure belonging to Marie~Therese. It was one of the crown jewels of France that came from the collection founded in 1530 by Francois I. Marie~Louise wore these jewels on her wedding day and after the fall of the Empire and the rest
treasures-of-imperial-russia: Pearls of Maria Feodorovna. A total of 124 pearls spread over four strands divided by diamonds with a sapphire in the middle. The necklace can be taken apart and used as two bracelets and a brooch.
Pin made of an emerald, pearls and diamonds, commissioned by Napoleon III to the jeweler Bapst for his wife Empress Eugenie . The jewelry was sold with other crown jewels at a major sale by the French government in No wonder I like it, I am Eugenie too.
"These sumptuous pearls were given by Marie-Antoinette to Lady Sutherland, the wife of the British ambassador Lord George Leveson-Gower for safekeeping. Lady Elizabeth, Countess of Sutherland, is believed to have aided King Louis XVI and his family
Emerald and diamond brooch and earrings formerly belonging to Catherine the Great of Russia. The centerpiece of this brooch was a rectangular-shaped, step-cut, dark green emerald weighing carats, and surrounded by two layers of smaller diamonds.