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"Diamond & enamel ring of the heavens" belonging to Marie Antoinette. I don't see enamel plus jewel combos now--wish I did.

I love the idea behind this ring from Marie Antoinette’s jewelry collection. The name of this piece is Ring of the Heaven. Um, yes we will take that one please!

Gorgeous vintage ring

Gorgeous vintage ring

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In the late century and into the century, marquise rings set with diamonds on dark blue or red enamel backgrounds became fashionable in Europe. The oval (marquise bezel), like this ring, and the rectangular (shuttle-shaped bezel) were the most po

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Stuart Coronation ring, gold, silver, ruby and diamonds, circa 1660 or earlier with later editions
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Stuart Coronation ring, gold, silver, ruby and diamonds, circa 1660 or earlier with later editions

Stuart Coronation ring, gold, silver, ruby and diamonds, circa 1660 or earlier with later editions
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Marie Antoinette’s Faberge Sapphire imperial ring
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fawnvelveteen: “ Marie Antoinette’s Faberge Sapphire imperial ring ” This ring has nothing to do with neither Marie Antoinette, nor Faberge. “A” stands for russian Tsar Alexander I, and he died in.

Marie Antoinette really knew how to pick jewelry didn’t she? This faberge sapphire imperial ring of her’s is simply overwhelming!

Russian Jewels: Ring with the Monogram of Emperor Alexander I, the century. Gold, silver, cut and uncut diamonds, enamel; chased and polished.

Marie Antoinette’s Faberge Sapphire imperial ring

Marie Antoinette’s Faberge Sapphire imperial ring
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Napoléon’s signet ring: Etienne Nitot (today: Chaumet) - c. 1809
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Gold with Carats of Diamonds. One of Ten Made. Circa This Ring was Given by the Emperor to the Commander of his Honor Guard, Hans de Bruyère of Nimegue, during his Honeymoon with Marie-Louise in September

Napoléon’s signet ring Etienne Nitot (today: Chaumet) c.

Signet rings are classic piece for your wardrobe. This belonged to Napoleon Bonaparte. I need a replica.

Headcanon: This is Napoleon's signet ring. They're both history nuts. It was for her birthday and knocked everyone else's present out of the water, making Percy feel very "inadequate"

Napoléon’s signet ring: Etienne Nitot (today: Chaumet) - c. 1809

Napoléon’s signet ring:  Etienne Nitot (today: Chaumet) - c. 1809
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Another view of the ring Elizabeth wore on her death bed, which, when opened, contained a picture of Elizabeth, and on the other side, her mother, Anne Boleyn.
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a replica of the original Chequers Ring, made by Sapphire and Sage - The origianl Locket ring belonged to Queen Elizabeth I and contains an insert picture of herself and Anne Boleyn

Another view of the ring Elizabeth wore on her death bed, which, when opened, contained a picture of Elizabeth, and on the other side, her mother, Anne Boleyn.

Another view of the ring Elizabeth wore on her death bed, which, when opened, contained a picture of Elizabeth, and on the other side, her mother, Anne Boleyn.
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The Cullinan VII and Cullinan VIII Brooch: The Cullinan VII is an 8.8-carat marquise-cut stone. The Cullinan VIII is a 6.8-carat brilliant cut diamond. Queen Mary had this brooch made.
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Queen Mary used the Cullinan VII an carat marquise cut stone as a pendant to the Cullinan VIII, a carat oblong brilliant to form a second brooch. The Cullinan VI lower, carat diamond and Cullinan VIII upper, carat diamond.

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The Cullinan VI marquise King Edward VII purchased the diamond from Asschers and presented it to his Queen consort, Queen Alexandra, as a personal gift. Queen Alexandra got the Cullinan VI mounted in the front cross patee of her regal circlet

The Cullinan VII and Cullinan VIII Brooch: The Cullinan VII is an 8.8-carat marquise-cut stone. The Cullinan VIII is a 6.8-carat brilliant cut diamond. Queen Mary had this brooch made.

The Cullinan VII and Cullinan VIII Brooch: The Cullinan VII is an 8.8-carat marquise-cut stone. The Cullinan VIII is a 6.8-carat brilliant cut diamond. Queen Mary had this brooch made.
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Romanov Emerald Necklace: 79 emeralds totalling 186.85 carats, featuring specially-cut sugar-loaf cabochons and a single pear-shaped drop of 30.65 carats. The necklace is also set with 2225 gemstones, totalling 363.48 carats, including 1991 round white diamonds, totalling 98.15 carats, 151 rose cut diamonds, totalling 43.29 carats, with one rose diamond of 0.67 carats and a pear-shaped rose cut of 3.48 carats. Fabergé
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Emerald necklace made for the Romanov Family by Fabergé. Although such big pieces are not really my style, I really do respect the design genius of Fabergé. It is an amazing piece of art!

Romanov Emerald Necklace The Romanov necklace is an extraordinary modern masterpiece, a regal re-imagining of an early Fabergé jewel, recreated and contemporised from an archival gouache design dated

The Collier Entier Romanov by Fabergé is set with gemstones totaling carats. It includes 79 emeralds totaling carats. The diamond include round white diamonds totaling carats.

We had earlier told you about Faberge's jewelry collection featuring mesmerizing pieces encrusted with thousands of precious gems. The latest is Romanov necklace, one of the most elegantly crafted jewelry pieces from the legendary house of Fabergé, w

Romanov Emerald Necklace: 79 emeralds totalling 186.85 carats, featuring specially-cut sugar-loaf cabochons and a single pear-shaped drop of 30.65 carats. The necklace is also set with 2225 gemstones, totalling 363.48 carats, including 1991 round white diamonds, totalling 98.15 carats, 151 rose cut diamonds, totalling 43.29 carats, with one rose diamond of 0.67 carats and a pear-shaped rose cut of 3.48 carats. Fabergé

Romanov Emerald Necklace: 79 emeralds totalling 186.85 carats, featuring specially-cut sugar-loaf cabochons and a single pear-shaped drop of 30.65 carats. The necklace is also set with 2225 gemstones, totalling 363.48 carats, including 1991 round white diamonds, totalling 98.15 carats, 151 rose cut diamonds, totalling 43.29 carats, with one rose diamond of 0.67 carats and a pear-shaped rose cut of 3.48 carats. Fabergé

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The Cameo tiara The Empress Josephine's Cameo Tiara (Sweden) is a gift from Napoleon to Empress Josephine of France. This bridal crown features plenty of pearls and seven cameos which describe mythological figures such as Cupid and Psyche.

Cameo tiara (part of a parure) belonging to Empress Josephine, designed by Nitot, French, c. This parure is believed to be a gift from Napoleon to his Josephine in It’s made of red gold and cameos, surrounded by pearls.

Jewel of the Order of the Golden Fleece 'from Brazilian Yellow Topaz' Pallard, Jean Jacques (goldsmith) Geneva or Vienna, 1755/56

Jewel of the Order of the Golden Fleece 'from Brazilian Yellow Topaz' Pallard, Jean Jacques (goldsmith) Geneva or Vienna,

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German: Essen crown - The small crown is the oldest surviving crown of lilies in Europe. The gold band with 4 lilies is decorated with filigree patterns of coupled gold wires, set with pearls and precious stones.

Fabergè - I gioielli dei Romanov - Diadema donato dallo Zar Alessandro II alla figlia Maria Alexandrovna in occasione del suo matrimonio nel 1874.

Fabergè - I gioielli dei Romanov - Diadema donato dallo Zar Alessandro II alla figlia Maria Alexandrovna in occasione del suo matrimonio nel 1874.

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Portuguese Royal Jewels / Necklace of the Stars made for the wife of King Luís I of Portugal, Queen Cosort Maria Pia of Savoy, 1865

The Queen Consort's Ring - part of the Crown Jewels exhition at The Tower of London   The Queen Consorts ring was made for Queen Adelaide at the coronation of her husband William IV in 1831. It weighs 50.15 carats and is set with a large ruby  which is surrounded by 14 diamonds ad rubies around the shank. The ring has been worn by Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

British Crown Jewels: The Queen Consorts ring set with a large ruby weighs carats. The large ruby is surrounded by 14 round brilliant diamonds and set with rubies The ring was originally made in 1831 for Queen Adelaide at the coronation of her husband in

The formal crown of Marie Antoinette, to be worn for official ceremonies. She had other tiaras and crowns for other occasions.

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Photograph of the Marie Antoinette diamond earrings (G5018) showing mounts and stones. Photo by Chip Clark.

Photograph of the Marie Antoinette diamond earrings showing mounts and stones. Photo by Chip Clark.

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