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another image of Archduchess Valerie

another image of Archduchess Valerie

Full Length Front View ~ Dress of Queen Victoria of Sweden, 1911 From the Royal Armory and Hallwyl Museum

Morning Dress accompanying Queen Victoria NAME Manufacturer :Anna Gröber Owner :Victoria of Sweden DATING 1911

Diamond Baden Palmette Tiara - 1856 - by Koch - gift for Princess Louise of Prussia from her father Emperor Wilhelm I of Germany for her wedding to Grand Duke Frederick of Baden - to daughter Queen Victoria of Sweden - to granddaughter Queen Ingrid of Denmark - to her daughter Queen Margethe II of Denmark

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Baden Palmette Tiara

Tiara de Baden Palmette: Made by Koch jewelers, the diamond tiara was originally given to Princess Louise of Prussia (1838-1923) by her father, German Emperor Wilhelm I. It was a wedding gift, marking her 1856 nuptials to the future Grand Duke of Baden.

Baden Palmette Tiara worn my HM Queen Margrethe II of Denmark along with earrings from the sapphire parure

The Baden Palmette Tiara Like several of its fellow Danish royal tiaras, the Baden Palmette Tiara had some travelling to do before it made it to its current home. Made by Koch jewelers, the diamond tiara was originally given to Princess Louise of Prussia (1838-1923) by her father, German Emperor Wilhelm I

monarchies-of-the-world: “ Baden Palmette Tiara - (Denmark) This tiara is currently owned by Queen Margrethe. She inherited the tiara in 2000 after her mother passed away. The tiara was made for the.

Louise,Grand Duchess of Baden (nee Princess Louise of Prussia) 1838-1923…

a portrait of Louise, Grand Duchess of Baden, wearing the palmette she later passed onto her daughter, Victoria, Queen of Sweden

Franz Xaver Winterhalter

Portrait of [Princess Luise Marie Elisabeth] Grand Duchess of Baden - Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1856

Queen Margrethe Ii Attends The Wedding Of Crown Prince Haakon Of Norway & Mette-Marit In Oslo.

A pretty queen ageing gracefully. Except someone should tell her to get her teeth whitened. News Photo : Queen Margrethe Ii Attends The Wedding Of Crown.

Next up, the Baden Palmette tiara, though currently worn by Queen Margarethe, it took the 'scenic route' to get to her. Originally it was commission by Emperor Wilhelm I of Germany as a gift for his daughter, Princess Louise of Prussia when she wed the future Grand Duke of Baden in 1856. Made by Koch with downward facing palmette motifs, to make a 'heart-shapes', rising from a diamond scroll band with small flora spacers

the Baden Palmette Tiara Created by the jewelry firm Koch, in Frankfurt, circa 1900 depicts five heart-shaped palms, separated by flowers.

Baden Palmette Tiara  Made by Koch, this diamond tiara was a wedding gift to Princess Luise of Prussia in 1856 from her father, Kaiser Wilhelm I.  The romantic piece, whose palmette motifs join to resemble hearts, was given by Luise to her daughter, Queen Victoria of Sweden, and then passed along to Victoria's granddaughter, Queen Ingrid.  Queen Margrethe inherited the tiara on her mother's death in 2000.

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark(wearing The Baden Palmette Tiara) arrives for a Gala Performance at the DR Concert Hall to celebrate 40 years on the throne at City Hall on Janu.

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