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A sapphire and diamond demi-parure from circa 1900, inherited from Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna by her daughter Princess Elena of Greece and Denmark, Grand Duchess of Russia (1882-1957)

Princess Elena's Sapphire and Diamond Demi-Parure - c. 1900 - inherited from Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna by her daughter Princess Elena of Greece and Denmark, Grand Duchess of Russia

Sapphire and diamond necklace by Mellerio dits Meller, circa 1870. From the Collections of Princess Marie Bonaparte and Princess Eugenie of Greece and Denmark.

Impressive sapphire and diamond demi-parure, Mellerio dits Meller, circa The property of H. Prince Carlo Della Torre E Tasso. Formerly from the Collections of Princess Marie Bonaparte and Princess Eugenie of Greece and Denmark

Queen Silvia of Sweden, Royal Jewels: The Leuchtenberg Sapphire Parure (tiara, necklace, earrings, brooch and four hairpins).

Tiaras at dawn: Europe's Royals gather to celebrate Queen of Denmark's 40 years on the throne (and there's a lot of bling on show)

Sapphire Necklaces Queen Silvia of Sweden, Royal Jewels: The Leuchtenberg Sapphire Parure (tiara, necklace, earrings, brooch and four hairpins). Tiaras at

A sapphire and diamond demi-parure from circa 1900, inherited from Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna by her daughter Princess Elena of Greece and and Denmark, Grand Duchess of Russia (1882-1957)

Princess Elena's Sapphire and Diamond Demi-Parure - c. 1900 - inherited from Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna by her daughter Princess Elena of Greece and Denmark, Grand Duchess of Russia

Originally owned by Queen Therese of Bavaria, Princess of Saxe-Hildburghausen (1792-1854), bequeathed to her 2nd son, King Otto of Greece, Prince of Bavaria (1832-1862). He and his wife, Queen Amalia of Greece, Princess of Oldenburg (1818-1875), were childless, so then to the king’s nephew, Prince Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria (1859-1949), thence by descent. The parure is known within the family as the ‘Queen Amalia Parure.

Bavarian Royal Jewels - Queen Amalia Parure Originally owned by Queen Therese of Bavaria, Princess of Saxe-Hildburghausen who bequested the jewels to her second son, King Otto of Greece,.

Originally owned by Queen Therese of Bavaria, Princess of Saxe-Hildburghausen (b.1792-1854) who bequested the jewels to her second son, King Otto of Greece, Prince of Bavaria (b.1832-1862). As he and his wife, Queen Amalia of Greece, Princess of Oldenburg b.(1818-1875), were childless these jewels were handed down to the king’s nephew, Prince Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria (b.1859-1949), thence by descent. The parure his known within the family as the ‘Queen Amalia Parure’.

Bavarian Royal Jewels - Queen Amalia Parure Originally owned by Queen Therese of Bavaria, Princess of Saxe-Hildburghausen who bequested the jewels to her second son, King Otto of Greece,.

A close-up of Princess Margaret wearing the  Grand Duchess Marie Feodorovna of Russia's Diamond and Sapphire Bandeau  The tiara was sold by Princess Nicholas of Greece (the former Grand Duchess Helena Vladimirovna) in 1921 to Queen Mary,while the Greek royal family was living in exile in Paris. This close up shows the patterning of the diamonds.

A close-up of Princess Margaret wearing the Grand Duchess Marie Feodorovna of Russia's Diamond and Sapphire Bandeau The tiara was sold by Princess Nicholas of Greece (the former Grand Duchess Helena Vladimirovna) in 1921 to Queen Mary,while the Greek ro

The Queen and Prince Philip entering Parliament in 1993. http://www.hearingaidscentral.com/Hearing-Aid-Options_ep_96.html

Two crowns, 3,000 gems, an 18ft robe and a recycled dress: Queen Elizabeth II looks regal alongside Prince Philip at her 60th State Opening of Parliament

The Imperial State Crown has 2868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds, 5 rubies and weighs over 2 pounds

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Queen Frederika of Greece wearing queen Sophia's tiara and a necklace to which…

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