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Grand Duchess Elizabeth Fyodorovna Emeralds  Queen Marie of Yugoslavia, Mignon received the marvelous emerald parure for her wedding.

Grand Duchess Elizabeth Fyodorovna's Emerald Sautoir - Queen Marie of Yugoslavia, Mignon received the marvelous emerald parure for her wedding - necklace was altered to this design by Cartier

Devant de corsage and earrings in emeralds and diamonds by Chaumet. Part of the  wedding presents from Prince Felix Yusupov to his bride, Princess Irina.

Devant de corsage and earrings in emeralds and diamonds by Chaumet. Part of the wedding presents from Prince Felix Yusupov to his bride, Princess Irina.

The Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna was known for its magnificent jewels, particularly for its emeralds. Part of her emerald jewelry was a big garland, which was worn beneath the necklines. This magnificent piece was sold by the Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna, who was also known by the name Ella, in 1905. At that time she separated from her jewels in order to change their lives as foundress and can finance this. The garland was apparently bought by Sultan Abdul Hamid Al. ROYAL MAGAZIN

GD Elizabeth Feodorovna sold it after the murder of her husband. Apparently bought by Sultan Abdul Hamid Al, but a few years later, in 1911 sold again.

The Sapphires Agraffe of Grand Duchess Marie Pavlovna, 1910

The Sapphires Agraffe of Grand Duchess Marie Pavlovna, 1910

Imperial Romanov Jewels - The Russian Diamond Fund: Russia's Treasure of Diamonds and Precious Stones (Diamond necklace with emeralds)

Imperial Romanov Jewels - The Russian Diamond Fund: Russia's Treasure of Diamonds and Precious Stones (Diamond necklace with emeralds)

The Jewels of Princess Vera Nikolaevna Lobanov Rostovsky (or Lobanoff de Rostoff 1836-1914), née Dolgoruky

The Jewels of Princess Vera Nikolaevna Lobanov Rostovsky (or Lobanoff de Rostoff née Dolgoruky

Jewels of the Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna,The ruby and diamond parure was made Bolin, and was another wedding gift of her parents in 1894. Documents at the Imperial Cabinet´s Treasury Department, show that the court jeweller produced the necklace and the diadem of rubies. The bill for the brooch has not been found. The necklace cost 42 100 roubles, including 2511 roubles for the cost of labour and the box.The diadem cost 42 600 roubles, including 2570 roubles ROYAL MAGAZIN

Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna's Ruby and Diamond Parure - 1894 - by Bolin - Her parents Tsar Alexander III and Empress Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar of Denmark) gave her this ruby parure as a wedding present. - sold in 1921

Tsar and Tsarina

The two miniature portraits of HRH Prince Nicholas of Greece and HI and HR Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia commemorating their wedding in 1902

Russian imperial jewels sold by the soviets, such a shame on so many levels~

thestandrewknot: “ Earring, bracelet and brooch from Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia’a Pearl Parure century).

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