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Re: Forgotten pieces
Edited by Dave on July 28, 2019, 8:52 pm
Thank you The Duke of Polignac. I have a feeling where the English side of things are concerned, we may see lots of forgotten or rarely seen tiaras reappear at the next coronation even if they are on loan.
I wanted to start a thread about forgotten pieces of jewelry that belongs to the Spanish, Italian, British, Russian, French, Belgian, Austrian and German nobility and some of the formal royals who gets unnoticed.
We only tend now to get to see this jewels on the heads of brides at weeding and when this jewels hit the auctions market.
I will give some examples:
A diamond tiara belonging to the Spanish Suarez family.
Tiara of the Counts of Floridablanca.
Countess Nicoletta Arrivabene tiara, earrings, and necklace.
Baroness Bruntisfield tiara and necklaces at the coronation.
Princess Paula of Fürstenberg tiara.
The Hon, Diana Astor tiara.
Princess Alexandra Obolensky stars tiara.
The Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn emerald tiara.
The Waldeck-Pyrmont floral tiara and necklace.
Infanta Eulalia's Ruby Star Tiara.
The Martinez de Irujo tiara.
Princess Tessa of Bavaria emerald tiara an earrings.
and many more.....