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Edited by Juscha on April 1, 2021, 12:51 am
Posted by Juscha
on April 1, 2021, 12:43 am, in reply to "Faboulous!
This is indeed a fantastic reappearance, but I´m afraid, the last time we will have the chance to see a picture of it. I would be very surprise to see the parure sold as a whole. Does anyone remember an important parure not split when auctioned the last years? I think of the Habsburg Peridot Parure, oh dear...
Don´t think any German museum would be able and willing to spend money on this collection. Short on money anyway, in trouble regarding Covid especial, they would be grilled by public. And there is no reason to do so cause there is no historical importance in this jewels from a German point of view..
What surprises me are the many ensembles connected with the Beauharnais heritage(s)! Nitot must have had a very good time...