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1830s - Maria Theresia of Savoy wearing gold, diamond, and pearl jewelry

1830s - Maria Theresia of Savoy wearing gold, diamond, and pearl jewelry

Margherita wearing a blue late crinoline era dress

Margherita wearing a blue late crinoline era dress

Jacoba van Wessem (1801-56), echtgenote van de heer Stumphius, burgemeester van Beverwijk, Dirk van Oosterhoudt, ca. 1820 - ca. 1830

Jacoba van Wessem (1801-56), echtgenote van de heer Stumphius, burgemeester van Beverwijk, Dirk van Oosterhoudt, ca. 1820 - ca. 1830

Princess Alix of Hesse pictured wearing the most expensive item ever sold by the House of Fabergé, a long pearl sautoir, given in 1894 by Tsar Alexander III and his wife to Princess Alix on the occasion of her engagement to their son, Tsarevitch Nicholas. It cost the Tsar 250,000 roubles - the equivalent of approximately £22.5 million today.

As the jeweller du jour in Imperial Russia, the tradition of giving Faberge as a gift dates back more than 130 years

Princess Alix of Hesse pictured wearing the most expensive item ever sold by the House of Fabergé, a long pearl sautoir, given in 1894 by Tsar Alexander III and his wife to Princess Alix on the occasion of her engagement to their son, Tsarevitch Nicholas. It cost the Tsar 250,000 roubles - the equivalent of approximately £22.5 million today.

Princess Astrid wears the Savoy-Aosta Tiara

Princess Astrid wears the Savoy-Aosta Tiara

Gold & Amethist Broche, anoniem, ca. 1830 - ca. 1840. Broche van goud en amethist. Met drie druppelvormige aanhangers van in goud gevat amethist. De broche is versierd met bladeren, rozetten en voluten in filigrein.

Gold & Amethist Broche, anoniem, ca. 1830 - ca. 1840. Broche van goud en amethist. Met drie druppelvormige aanhangers van in goud gevat amethist. De broche is versierd met bladeren, rozetten en voluten in filigrein.

Redingote of jasjurk van nachtblauwe zijde, met kort lijf met platte ronde kraag, schapenboutmouwen en een voetvrije, wijde rok met een brede ceintuur, anoniem, ca. 1825 - ca. 1830

Redingote of jasjurk van nachtblauwe zijde, met kort lijf met platte ronde kraag, schapenboutmouwen en een voetvrije, wijde rok met een brede ceintuur, anoniem, ca. 1825 - ca. 1830

Neo Etruscan Pendant. An 18 carat gold pendant, attributed to Fontenay - around 1870.

Neo Etruscan Pendant. An 18 carat gold pendant, attributed to Fontenay - around 1870.

The Granddaughter-of-France Anne Marie of Orléans (1669-1728). She was a daughter of The Son-of-France Philippe I The 1st Duke of Orléans and his 1st wife The Princess Henrietta of England, Scotland, and Ireland. She was The Duchess of Savoy (1684-1728), Queen of Sicily (1713-1720), and Queen of Sardinia (1720-1728) as the wife of King Vittorio Amedeo II. Her surviving children were King Carlo Emanuele III of Sardinia and The Princesses Maria Adelaide and Maria Luisa.

The Granddaughter-of-France Anne Marie of Orléans (1669-1728). She was a daughter of The Son-of-France Philippe I The 1st Duke of Orléans and his 1st wife The Princess Henrietta of England, Scotland, and Ireland. She was The Duchess of Savoy (1684-1728), Queen of Sicily (1713-1720), and Queen of Sardinia (1720-1728) as the wife of King Vittorio Amedeo II. Her surviving children were King Carlo Emanuele III of Sardinia and The Princesses Maria Adelaide and Maria Luisa.

1830s Alexander Brullov - Portrait of Grand Duke Alexander Nikolaevich and Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaievna

1830s Alexander Brullov - Portrait of Grand Duke Alexander Nikolaevich and Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaievna

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