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the Royal & Noble Families of India
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THE MAHARAJAH DULEEP SINGH
The History Girls: THE MAHARAJAH DULEEP SINGH
The History Girls: THE MAHARAJAH DULEEP SINGH Oriental, Portrait, Portraits, Desi, Indian Prince, Royal, Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Indian Art
THE MAHARAJAH DULEEP SINGH
The History Girls: THE MAHARAJAH DULEEP SINGH
The splendid necklace was commissioned from Cartier in 1937 by Maharaja Digvijaysinhji of Nawanagar. The rubies in this extraordinary necklace were supplied from the Royal treasury, Cartier supplied the diamonds, and the piece created to an original Cartier design - one of the more important jewels commissioned by Digvijaysinhji. Africa, Bijoux, Sri Lanka, Royal Jewels, Royal Jewelry, Crown Jewels, Diamond, Ringe, Jewels
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The splendid necklace was commissioned from Cartier in 1937 by Maharaja Digvijaysinhji of Nawanagar. The rubies in this extraordinary necklace were supplied from the Royal treasury, Cartier supplied the diamonds, and the piece created to an original Cartier design - one of the more important jewels commissioned by Digvijaysinhji.
Here is a necklace in diamonds and emeralds designed by Boucheron for the Maharajah of Patiala. In 1928, the king walked into Boucherons Place Vendome flagship with 7,571 diamonds, 1,432 emeralds, and countless other precious stones, to commission 149 jewellery pieces in a single day.   Till today, this has been the most incredible order ever placed at Boucheron. Jewellery, Croquis, Art Deco, Jewelry Design, Jewelry, Jewelery, Jewelry Illustration
Royalty & their Jewelry
Here is a necklace in diamonds and emeralds designed by Boucheron for the Maharajah of Patiala. In 1928, the king walked into Boucherons Place Vendome flagship with 7,571 diamonds, 1,432 emeralds, and countless other precious stones, to commission 149 jewellery pieces in a single day. Till today, this has been the most incredible order ever placed at Boucheron.
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Rajmata Mohinder Kaur, the present Rajmata Sahiba of Patiala, is the widow of His Late Highness Maharajadhiraj Yadavinder Singh of Patiala, who remained the maharaja of the Patiala state from 23rd of March 1938 to 1974.
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“Maharaja: The Splendour of India’s Royal Courts” (Published 2009)
Maharajadhiraj Sir Yadvinder Singh, The Maharaja of Patiala, wearing a diamond and platinum parade necklace created by Cartier in 1928. He was Maharaja of Patiala from 1938 to 1974. He married firstly Maharani Hem Prabha Devi of Saraikela and secondly Maharani Mohinder Kaur in 1938.
The amazing Patiala necklace belonged to the Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala.  Designed as one of the most impressive pieces of jewelry ever made,   it has five rows of diamonds incrusted in a platinum chain.  Star among the 2,930 brilliant diamonds is the world's seventh  largest DeBeers solitare diamond.  The mystery of the necklace is never ending. Tiaras, Gemas, Gems, Antique Jewelry, Necklace, Expensive Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry
The Patiala Necklace
The amazing Patiala necklace belonged to the Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala. Designed as one of the most impressive pieces of jewelry ever made, it has five rows of diamonds incrusted in a platinum chain. Star among the 2,930 brilliant diamonds is the world's seventh largest DeBeers solitare diamond. The mystery of the necklace is never ending.
Cartier Patiala Necklace during a private reception celebrating David Lynch's Exhibition and Cartier's "Haute Joillerie Collection" at Cartier Dome - Miami Beach Botanical Garden on December 3, 2008 in Miami Beach, Florida. Vogue, Cartier, High Jewelry, Pendant Necklace, Beautiful Necklaces, Bridal Jewellery Inspiration, Jewelry Necklaces, Diamond Necklace
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Cartier Patiala Necklace during a private reception celebrating David Lynch's Exhibition and Cartier's "Haute Joillerie Collection" at Cartier Dome - Miami Beach Botanical Garden on December 3, 2008 in Miami Beach, Florida.
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Indian Royal Child Portraits | Rare & Old Vintage Portraits
Maharaja Bhupinder Singh (1891-1938) of Patiala,1900. From "Posing For Posterity: Royal Indian Portraits", by Pramod Kumar
Cartier Patiala Necklace during a private reception celebrating David Lynch's Exhibition and Cartier's "Haute Joillerie Collection" at Cartier Dome - Miami Beach Botanical Garden on December 3, 2008 in Miami Beach, Florida.
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Cartier Patiala Necklace during a private reception celebrating David Lynch's Exhibition and Cartier's "Haute Joillerie Collection" at Cartier Dome - Miami Beach Botanical Garden on December 3, 2008 in Miami Beach, Florida.
Royal children from Patiala - c1930 Vintage, India People, Vintage India, Indian Family
Royal children from Patiala - c1930
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The Magnificent Maharajas of India — REENA AHLUWALIA
Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh Bahadur of Alwar, born 1882. Besides his traditional Indian ornaments, he wears the star insignia of the Indian orders granted to him by the British (Raj), then considered a part of the royal regalia.
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Maharaja Bhupinder Singh Patiala Maharaja of Kapurthala Jagatjit Singh
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"Yashwant Rao Holkar II, Maharaja of Indore in in traditional Maratha Dress" by Bernard Boutet de Monvel, c. 1929. He was born on 3 December 1776. He was a gifted military leader and educated in accountancy as well as literate in Persian and Marathi. Yashwant Rao has been often referred to as the "Napoleon of India".