Empress Eugenie was the great beauty and fashionable wife of Napoleon III.  Her love of flowers and jewels is well documented so her husband presented her a  combination of both: 15 diamond-marguerites as a parure, with earrings and necklace made by the French jeweller Dumoret.

Empress Eugenie 15 diamond-marguerites as a parure, with earrings and necklace made by the French jeweller Dumoret.

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Royal Jewels

Sweden Royal Jewels - The Leuchtenberg Sapphire Parure A wedding gift from Napoléon to Princess Augusta of Bavaria, Duchess of Leuchtenberg, when she married Eugène de Beauharnais (Empress Joséphine’s.

Die Smaragde der Kaiserin | Hohenzollern-Preussen http://www.royal-magazin.de/german/preussen/preussen-smaragd-parure.htm Prussia Hohenzollern - Emeralds

Die Smaragde der Kaiserin | Hohenzollern-Preussen http://www.royal-magazin.de/german/preussen/preussen-smaragd-parure.htm Prussia Hohenzollern - Emeralds

Diamond brooch of Queen Pauline von Württemberg (1800-1873), 1838, diamonds, gold, silver, 11.5 x 5.3 cm

Diamond Brooch of Queen Pauline von Württemberg Diamonds, Gold, Silver.

: BAGATION PARURE belonging to the Duke of Westminster

Bagration Parure necklace earrings & hair comb to match the tiara. The entire set was purchased by Duke of Westminster in

Empress Eugenie's 'Fleurs de Groseiller' Parure - corsage ornament  1855 Bapst

Empress Eugénie of the French’s Bouquet de corsage, by Fester

THE PROPERTY OF GRAF DOUGLAS, FORMERLY IN THE JEWELLERY COLLECTION OF THE PRINCES VON THURN UND TAXIS Pearl and diamond brooch, 1880s

PEARL AND DIAMOND BROOCH, Designed as a three open work circular clusters each set to the centre with a pearl of grey tint, the surround embellished with rose-cut diamonds, detachable brooch pin to reverse, detachable pearl drop now deficient.

Jewelery set of gold with citrines, amethysts, pearls and diamonds. Belonged to Countess Danner, possibly a birthday present from Frederik VII, 1860. Made by court jeweller J. Diderichsen. Danish Crown Jewels.

Jewellery set of gold with citrines, amethysts, pearls and diamonds. Belonged to Danish Countess Danner, possibly a birthday present from Frederik VII, Made by court jeweller J.

Thurn und Taxis jewels

PLATINUM, RUBY AND DIAMOND CLIP-BROOCH, CIRCA 1945 Designed as a rosette of furled ribbons pavé-set with calibré-cut rubies and round diamonds, the central dome set with round rubies and round diamonds, the total diamond weight approximately carats.

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