The Russian Jewelry Collection: (Romanovs) Diamond Fund THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ the "Rose" brooch created in 1970 by Russian jewelers as a replica of a diamond brooch belonged to Alix. Saved in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin ~
SAPPHIRE BROOCH RUSSIA, CIRCA 1860 This sapphire was purchased by Alexander II at the London Great Exhibition of 1862 and presented it to his wife, Maria Alexandrovna. Gold, silver, diamonds (56.60 carats), Ceylon sapphire (260.37 carats) 2 1/8 x 2 3/8 in (6.0 x 5.3 cm)
Princess Marie Bonaparte, now Princess George of Greece. Cartier c1907. Fresh fruit on a branch of olive with a large diamond drop in the center symbolizing bountiful blessings. This tiara can be worn with or without the center diamond.
Russian eagle brooch, worn by Catherine II on Alexander Roslin portrait
geen diamond - romanov family
The front of the dove, flying downwards, is pavé set with rose cut diamonds, while the feathers are engraved in gold at the back. The beak is set with a ruby. Gold, Silver, Diamond, Ruby. French Circa 1780
Diamond & Ruby Tremblant Brooch France circa 1820 Old European cut diamonds ( open setting ) , rose-cut diamond ( open setting ) , Ruby (Closed Settings ) , Silver & 18ct Gold , Size 3,8cm × 6,9cm weight 22,7g With antique leather case
A Belle Epoque Pearl Stomacher Brooch by Chaumet, circa 1900.
A BELLE EPOQUE AMETHYST AND DIAMOND BROOCH The circular-cut amethyst within the diamond garland surround, suspending a graduated fringe of diamond leaves to the three pear-shaped drops, millegrain setting, mounted in platinum and gold, circa 1900