Further accompanied by three AGL reports numbered CS 38103 to CS 38101, dated 13 January 2006, stating that the 12.22, 3.43 and 2.95 carat emeralds are natural, of Colombian origin, with no indications of clarity enhancement, and a comment stating that the Total Quality Integration Rating for the 12.22 carat emerald is excellent.
Also accompanied by SSEF report, stating that the three emeralds are natural, of Colombian origin, with no indications of clarity enhancement.
QUEEN AMELIA OF PORTUGAL
Queen Amelia was born Princess Amélie of Orléans in 1865. Her father, Prince Louis-Philippe, Count of Paris, was the senior grandson of the last King of the French and the claimant to the French throne. Her mother, Princess Maria-Isabella was an infanta of Spain through the Spanish branch of the Bourbon-Orléans dynasty. She married Carlos of Portugal in 1886, who reigned as King Carlos I after the death of his father in 1889. Their son, Prince of Manuel became Manuel II, the last King of Portugal, who reigned until 1910 when the country was declared a Republic.
Queen Amelia was given three emerald and diamond jewels on the occasion of her marriage to Carlos of Portugal in 1886. The emerald and diamond brooch was a gift from her godfather, the Duke of Aumale, a son of Louis Philippe, the last King of France. This grandeur of this brooch lies not only in its provenance, but also in the three attractive Colombian emeralds that are natural and free of clarity treatment, in which the centre stone weighs a stunning 12.22 carats. A noble brooch with such important gemstones would definitely attract both antique jewel aficionados and gem connoisseurs.
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