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Details & Cataloguing

Royal Jewels from the Bourbon Parma Family

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Geneva

Collection of gem set and diamond jewels, late 19th/early 20th centuries
The bracelet of gold rope work, set with a cabochon turquoise framed with rose diamonds, length approximately 160mm, a pair of diamond ear studs, supporting four interchanchable drops set with amazonites, tourmalines, onyx, seed pearls and diamonds respectively, the pair of tourmaline drops together with a fitted case stamped Hübner, the bracelet composed of amazonite beads and seed pearls, length approximately 200mm, the mother of pearl and rose diamond button, and the pair of seed pearl studs, one seed pearl deficient, unillustrated 
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Provenance

The turquoise and diamond bracelet was a gift from Rodolphe, Duc de Croÿ (1823-1902), to his grand-daughter, Archduchess Marie Anne of Austria, Princess Elie de Bourbon Parme.  The amazonite bracelet from Queen Victoire Eugénie of Spain (1887-1969), wife of King Alphonse XIII, called Queen "Ena". 

Royal Jewels from the Bourbon Parma Family

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Geneva