Previously undiscovered photo of undocumented Russian Crown Jewels were discovered in the USGS library in 2012. The photo appear in a 1922 album called "Russian Diamond Fund." This photo, taken in 1925, shows the entire Russian jewelry collection. The four pieces portrayed in the album that do not appear in the later publication include a sapphire and diamond tiara, a sapphire bracelet, an emerald necklace, and a sapphire brooch in the shape of a bow.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden (née Victoria of Baden) wearing court dress and a necklace from the Leuchtenberg sapphire parure, in a photograph dated 1907 (courtesy of Carolath Habsburg Tumblr). Her gown closely matches a dress created for her by Anna Gröber in 1906 that is now in the collection of the Royal Armory in Stockholm. Color photograph of the Leuchtenberg parure (necklace and earrings) via royals-and-quotes on Tumblr. CLICK THROUGH FOR BIGGER IMAGES.
"The Midnight Tiara was created by Charlotte Lynggaard in 2009. It features 18-carat rose and white gold and black oxidized silver making up the delicately-shaped leaves as well as 31 flower buds made up by 1,300 diamonds and several moonstones in various shapes. The collection consists of earrings, charms, brooches, and rings. Mary of Denmark has exclusive rights to borrow it." So what is it doing on Princess Marie in the lower photo? Photoshopped!
Official Coronation Group 1937 - The Royal Family pose in full robes & crowns, in Buckingham Palace. Left to right: HRH Princess Royal, HRH Duchess of Gloucester, HRH Duke of Gloucester, Her Majesty Queen Mary, His Majesty King George, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, HRH Duke of Kent, HRH Duchess of Kent, Her Majesty The Queen of Norway. In front: HRH Princess Margaret Rose, HRH Princess Elizabeth.
The white rose brooch thar belonged to Bonnie Prince Charlie. The brooch features a 7.33 carat yellow diamond within a border of white “cushion-shaped” diamonds. After leaving Scotland, Charles Stuart spent the rest of his life in France and Italy. He gave the brooch to the Corsini family of Florence as thanks for their support.
A LATE 19TH CENTURY DIAMOND TIARA - Designed as a series of graduated old-cut diamond fan shaped motifs, interspersed with similarly-set lozenge panels, with foliate and scroll detailing and diamond single-stone finials, raised on an old-cut diamond square collet line border, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1890