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Re: Kasper's photos Danish jewels 10 Faberge Room
It is the fringe/kokoshnic owned by count Ingolf. They have lent it to the museum.
I saw the late Princess Elisabeth Brooch. Is it the Fringe tiara whoe owner is Count Ingolf ?
Most of the jewellery on display here is part of "kronjuvelerne" but we don't see them in use.
They are made by Anton Micheelsen 1907/08 in Copenhagen. It doesn't mention who place the order, but by that time Queen Lovisa was the user of kronjuvelerne. So my guess is, that it's made from loose pearls and loose stones from either Rosenborg or from her own collection.
Very interesting way to display the Hen Egg. Can someone provide information on photo #10?