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On the second evening of the Portugese state visit,  Queen Máxima wore her own diamond riviére with a large ruby/diamond pendant. The pendant is part of the large stomager (devant de corsage) wich belongs to the Diamond and Ruby Parure,  a gift from King Willem III to his second wife, Queen Emma in 1889. Made by the famous jeweler Mellerio dits Meller in Paris. The diamond and ruby parure contains ornaments with a neo renaissance design. This Ruby Parure is by far the most complete parure in the Orange-Nassau collection. The rubies have an exceptional quality and there's a large number of fairly large diamonds used in the parure which explains the enormous sum which was paid for this set. The large stomacher or devant de corsage, which can be taken apart to form smaller brooches or pendants, has the same motif as the festoons from the tiara. Queen Emma wore the lower central element from the devant de corsage with the pendants attached to a white gold chain necklace. Princess Margriet used the lower part of the central element as a brooch and Queen Beatrix wore the same central element attached to a rivière of diamonds. Not lang ago, Queen Maxima surprised us all wearing a new version of the stomacher; the brooche combined with the stomachers lower part.
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This floral diamond brooch was first seen on Queen Wilhelmina in 1898, although in a different setting. The "brooch" was worn on a simple diamond band as a bracelet. Wilhelmina wore the bracelet in a pearl version (centre). This bracelet, made by the Dutch court jeweler Van Kempen & Begeer, was never seen again. The floral element was taken off the diamond band, altered and converted into a brooch.  The brooch was first seen by Queen Juliana. Since then, this beautiful brooch has been worn by several members of the Dutch Royal Family.
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Lo smeraldo di Maxima è grosso come un uovo 🥚 e non è tanto per dire... però come li porta lei i gioielli #emerald #queenmaxima #dutchroyalfamily #dutchroyaljewels #instaroyal #instaroyals

Yesterday, during the state visit in Portugal , Queen Máxima wore a new version her diamond bow (Laca) brooche. The bow brooche with a pear shaped, double row, diamond oversized pendant suspended to the bow contains a smaller diamond drop pendant. The pendant was taken from Queen Emma's  devant de corsage. In 1879 Queen Emma received a large stomacher (devant-de-corsage) and a riviere from the Dutch population as a national gift. Court jeweler Josephus Jitta designed and created the jewels. The large brooche was designed in a neo grecque (Greek revival) style. The stomacher contains 214 brilliant cut diamonds and a 30 carat, yellow centre diamond. The stomacher has three pendants.(pear shaped diamond in a diamond surround)  The stomachers three pendants can also be used as pendants for earrings and necklaces. 
#dutchroyaljewels  #diamonds  #earrings #brooch #laca #platinum #pearls #queen #emma  #historical #antique #jewels #foundation #vault #royals #dutch #event #queenmaxima #natancouture #devantdecorsage #stomacher #gift

The diamond triple bow stomacher or devant de corsage (Laca) was created by court jeweler E. Schürmann & Co, together with the „Stuart“ tiara and necklace, in 1898. He used elements an the house diamonds from the Orange-Nassau collection. The triple bows are set with old mine diamonds and three large stones set in the central axis. A cluster of diamonds and pear shaped diamonds pendants is suspended from the bottom bow. The brooche can be worn in several settings. Some of these diamonds date back from the 17th century. The two triangular rose cut diamonds belonged to Queen Mary II are considered to be quite rare due to their age and shape. Queen Wilhelmina has worn the bow brooch together with the tiara. Juliana was the first Dutch Queen who wore the complete „parure“. Beatrix has never worn any part of these jewels. The brooche reappeared in 2013, but not in it’s original setting. Queen Maxima opted to wear a smaller version (only the bows).
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*EXCLUSIVE PICTURE* Close up of the sapphire bow stomacher which was made for Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands around 1900, at a time when  bow shaped jewels followed a classic pattern, with perfect symmetry on either side of an imaginary line which would go downward. Here, the diamond bow is free and natural The centre contains  a large rectangular Ceylon sapphire, circled with diamonds. These gemstones are probably from the inheritance of Queen Anna Paulowna.
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During the first day of the state vist to Italy, Queen Máxima wore queen Juliana's pink quartz set. The jewel set contains three pieces: pear shaped earrings, a necklace (worn as a bracelet by Máxima) and a brooch. This set , which was made bij the court jeweler "Van Kempen, Begeer and Vos", was given to Juliana as a Christmas present, short after her marriage with Prince Bernhard, in 1937. The unique, cabochon cut, pink quartz jewels were inherited by her grandson Willem Alexander.
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This Diamond and Ruby Parure was a gift from King Willem III to his second wife, Queen Emma in 1889. Made by the famous jeweler Mellerio dits Meller in Paris, for the huge sum of fl.160.000, the diamond and ruby parure contains ornaments with a neo renaissance design. The unique parure consists of: a diadem, necklace with a large lock, brooch, devant de corsage, bracelet, earrings and a fan. This Ruby Parure is by far the most complete parure in the Orange-Nassau collection. The rubies have an exceptional quality and there's a large number of fairly large diamonds used in the parure which explains the enormous sum which was paid for this set. The large stomacher or devant de corsage, which can be taken apart to form smaller brooches or pendants, has the same motif as the festoons from the tiara. Queen Emma wore the lower central element from the devant de corsage with the pendants attached to a white gold chain necklace. Princess Margriet used the lower part of the central element as a brooch and Queen Beatrix wore the same central element attached to a rivière of diamonds. Not lang ago, Queen Maxima surprised us all wearing a new version of the stomacher; the brooche combined with the stomachers lower part.
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Final design of the diamond and emerald brooch made for Queen Wilhelmina, by court jeweler Eduard Schürmann from Frankfurt. This late 19th century brooch contains two emeralds probably from the inheritance of Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia, wife of Stadtholder Willem V.  After the Princess' death (1820) her son King Willem I inherited his mother emerald jewels. A part of this emerald collection was considered as "Orange-Nassau jewels" This versatile emerald brooch can be worn in several  settings or attached to different necklaces. During their reign, Queen Wilhelmina, Juliana and Beatrix have worn this brooch frequently. During the Australian State visit (2016), Queen Maxima wore this brooch, attached to a diamond riviere, together with  the huge cabochon emerald, also from the inheritance of Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia.
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On the second evening of the Portugese state visit,  Queen Máxima wore her own diamond riviére with a large ruby/diamond pendant. The pendant is part of the large stomager (devant de corsage) wich belongs to the Diamond and Ruby Parure,  a gift from King Willem III to his second wife, Queen Emma in 1889. Made by the famous jeweler Mellerio dits Meller in Paris. The diamond and ruby parure contains ornaments with a neo renaissance design. This Ruby Parure is by far the most complete parure in the Orange-Nassau collection. The rubies have an exceptional quality and there's a large number of fairly large diamonds used in the parure which explains the enormous sum which was paid for this set. The large stomacher or devant de corsage, which can be taken apart to form smaller brooches or pendants, has the same motif as the festoons from the tiara. Queen Emma wore the lower central element from the devant de corsage with the pendants attached to a white gold chain necklace. Princess Margriet used the lower part of the central element as a brooch and Queen Beatrix wore the same central element attached to a rivière of diamonds. Not lang ago, Queen Maxima surprised us all wearing a new version of the stomacher; the brooche combined with the stomachers lower part.
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Yesterday, during the state banquet  in Portugal , Queen Máxima wore the emerald "parure". The necklace' pendant with the emerald is part of the emerald jewels created by jeweler E. Schürmann & Co in 1897 for Queen Wilhelmina. The enormous cabochon emerald has the size of a dove's egg and belonged to Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia (1751-1820), the mother of King Willem I. 
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Yesterday, during the state visit in Portugal , Queen Máxima wore a new version her diamond bow (Laca) brooche. The bow brooche with a pear shaped, double row, diamond oversized pendant suspended to the bow contains a smaller diamond drop pendant. The pendant was taken from Queen Emma's  devant de corsage. In 1879 Queen Emma received a large stomacher (devant-de-corsage) and a riviere from the Dutch population as a national gift. Court jeweler Josephus Jitta designed and created the jewels. The large brooche was designed in a neo grecque (Greek revival) style. The stomacher contains 214 brilliant cut diamonds and a 30 carat, yellow centre diamond. The stomacher has three pendants.(pear shaped diamond in a diamond surround)  The stomachers three pendants can also be used as pendants for earrings and necklaces. 
#dutchroyaljewels  #diamonds  #earrings #brooch #laca #platinum #pearls #queen #emma  #historical #antique #jewels #foundation #vault #royals #dutch #event #queenmaxima #natancouture #devantdecorsage #stomacher #gift

Lo smeraldo di Maxima è grosso come un uovo 🥚 e non è tanto per dire... però come li porta lei i gioielli #emerald #queenmaxima #dutchroyalfamily #dutchroyaljewels #instaroyal #instaroyals

Juliana's Flower brooch: From the early 40's, then crown princess Juliana started to wear an exquisite flower brooch. The flower is made out of aquamarines, the flowerstalk from diamonds and attached to the flowerstalk two small amethyst leaves. During her reign, Juliana wore this brooch several times. The last public appearance of this jewel, was during an public event,  Juliana attended in June 1993. The provenance of this brooch is unknown.
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Today, Queen Maxima wore the diamond version  of the fishnet motif or trellis necklace during "Prinsjesdag". The necklace, which is made of platinum, contains about one hundred individually set diamonds in three rows (and in three sizes). The diamonds are set on so-called knife-edged bars which form a fishnet or trellis motif The middle row contains the largest diamonds, some of which can be replaced by pearls or sapphires. The necklace was a wedding gift from Queen Emma for her daughter Queen Wilhelmina in 1901. The earrings of briolette cut aquamarines were a wedding present from Princess Juliana's mother in law, Princess Armgard of Lippe-Biesterfeld. Queen Máxima wore also  a new version  of her diamond bow (Laca) brooche. This time with the large pear shaped aquamarine set in diamonds as a pendant.  The provenance of this brooche is unknown. 
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Final design of the diamond and emerald brooch made for Queen Wilhelmina, by court jeweler Eduard Schürmann from Frankfurt. This late 19th century brooch contains two emeralds probably from the inheritance of Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia, wife of Stadtholder Willem V.  After the Princess' death (1820) her son King Willem I inherited his mother emerald jewels. A part of this emerald collection was considered as "Orange-Nassau jewels" This versatile emerald brooch can be worn in several  settings or attached to different necklaces. During their reign, Queen Wilhelmina, Juliana and Beatrix have worn this brooch frequently. During the Australian State visit (2016), Queen Maxima wore this brooch, attached to a diamond riviere, together with  the huge cabochon emerald, also from the inheritance of Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia.
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*EXCLUSIVE PICTURE* Close up of the sapphire bow stomacher which was made for Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands around 1900, at a time when  bow shaped jewels followed a classic pattern, with perfect symmetry on either side of an imaginary line which would go downward. Here, the diamond bow is free and natural The centre contains  a large rectangular Ceylon sapphire, circled with diamonds. These gemstones are probably from the inheritance of Queen Anna Paulowna.
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Design drawing of the Dutch Sapphire Tiara. In November 2013, the esteemed Dutch gemologist George Hamel presented the results of his own research into the origins of the Dutch Sapphire Tiara in the Silver Museum in Schoonhoven, Holland's 'Silver City'. It appears every single stone in the tiara was bought new, and the tiara was highly likely made in Amsterdam by Maison van der Stichel.
Hamel's research included another thorough look into the design drawings, and he was able to consult the specifications of the order. This document proves that the large central sapphire, as well as the other stones, were bought new. The 44 carat sapphire is 2 millimeter smaller then originally agreed on. All sapphires are of Sri Lankan origin, and the diamonds are, given their round shape, undisputably cut in Amsterdam. (Source: Erik Schoonhoven)
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The emerald diadem was a gift from Queen Emma to her daughter, Queen Wilhelmina in 1899. The emeralds in this "parure" are said to have been brought to Holland by Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia, wife of Prince Willem V of Orange-Nassau, in the 18th century. The slightly V shaped diamond diadem base, made by Eduard Schürmann in Frankfurt, has figure eight and scroll motifs. The necklace has a very intricate design of diamond elements enterspersed with small emeralds. The pendant which can be attached in various ways has a figure eight and floral motif.The necklace was often worn with the pendant at 3 o'clock. In recent years the necklace has been worn by Queen Maxima with the pendant and the clasp, a square emerald set in diamonds, worn in front as the central element. The versatile brooch has been seen in many variations through the years. The diamond and emerald bracelet, made by Van Kempen & Begeer, is slightly altered through the years.
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The emerald diadem was a gift from Queen Emma to her daughter, Queen Wilhelmina in 1899. The emeralds in this "parure" are said to have been brought to Holland by Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia, wife of Prince Willem V of Orange-Nassau, in the 18th century. The slightly V shaped diamond diadem base, made by Eduard Schürmann in Frankfurt, has figure eight and scroll motifs. The necklace has a very intricate design of diamond elements enterspersed with small emeralds. The pendant which can be attached in various ways has a figure eight and floral motif.The necklace was often worn with the pendant at 3 o'clock. In recent years the necklace has been worn by Queen Maxima with the pendant and the clasp, a square emerald set in diamonds, worn in front as the central element. The versatile brooch has been seen in many variations through the years. The diamond and emerald bracelet, made by Van Kempen & Begeer, is slightly altered through the years.
#dutchroyaljewels #emerald #diamonds #tiara #diadem #earrings #necklace #bracelet #clasp #pendant #queen #queenmaxima #schürmann #frankfurt #historical #antique #jewels #jewelry #dutch #royal #foundation #parure

During the first day of the state vist to Italy, Queen Máxima wore queen Juliana's pink quartz set. The jewel set contains three pieces: pear shaped earrings, a necklace (worn as a bracelet by Máxima) and a brooch. This set , which was made bij the court jeweler "Van Kempen, Begeer and Vos", was given to Juliana as a Christmas present, short after her marriage with Prince Bernhard, in 1937. The unique, cabochon cut, pink quartz jewels were inherited by her grandson Willem Alexander.
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Today Princess Beatrix wore a part of the Borneo jewels during the Silver Anniversary of the Prince Bernhard Culture Fund in the Royal Palace Amsterdam. This gold and diamond brooch was initially a part of a hindu-styled diadem presented by the Sultan of Koetei to Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands on the occasion of her investiture in 1898. The diadem consisted of a semi-circular base of two bands set with little diamonds, and topped by three central triangular-shaped floral motifs set with large cushion-cut diamonds from Borneo and with a smaller diamond-set floral spray. Queen Wilhelmina has never been seen with this tiara. Queen Juliana decided to dismantle it. The base was converted into a bracelet and the small floral sprays were converted into earrings. The three triangular motifs were converted into brooches, but they also can be worn as pendants for a necklace or a pair of earrings. 
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This diamond and ruby tiara is a part of the parure which was a gift from King Willem III to his second wife, Queen Emma in 1889. Made by the famous Jeweler Mellerio dits Meller in Paris for the huge sum of fl. 160.000, the diamond and ruby parure contains ornaments with a neo renaissance design. The somewhat unusual design of the tiara is also somewhat reminiscent of the Kokoshnik style. It consists of five (although the outer ones are barely visible as such) graduated diamond renaissance inspired festoons with floral diamond clusters. The three largest festoons contain diamond and ruby floral clusters. The rubies are of the highest quality. The festoons are connected by three garlands or strings of diamonds, which all have a substantial size. The suspended diamonds create a magnificent sparkle. 
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Found a coloring book on the Dutch King and Queen with drawings of the Queen's jewelry as well as portraits with the kids, palaces, and wallpaper or textile patterns. Thinking about embroidering parts of the jewelry and patterns... #coloringbook #dutchroyaljewels

The diamond triple bow stomacher or devant de corsage (Laca) was created by court jeweler E. Schürmann & Co, together with the „Stuart“ tiara and necklace, in 1898. He used elements an the house diamonds from the Orange-Nassau collection. The triple bows are set with old mine diamonds and three large stones set in the central axis. A cluster of diamonds and pear shaped diamonds pendants is suspended from the bottom bow. The brooche can be worn in several settings. Some of these diamonds date back from the 17th century. The two triangular rose cut diamonds belonged to Queen Mary II are considered to be quite rare due to their age and shape. Queen Wilhelmina has worn the bow brooch together with the tiara. Juliana was the first Dutch Queen who wore the complete „parure“. Beatrix has never worn any part of these jewels. The brooche reappeared in 2013, but not in it’s original setting. Queen Maxima opted to wear a smaller version (only the bows).
#dutchroyaljewels #bow #brooch #devantdecorsage #stomacher #house #diamonds #orange #nassau #collection #stuart #parure #diadem #tiara #necklace #antique #historical jewels #jewelry #rose #cut #rare #queen #mary #juliana #queenmaxima

The diamond triple bow stomacher or devant de corsage (Laca) was created by court jeweler E. Schürmann & Co, together with the „Stuart“ tiara and necklace, in 1898. He used elements an the house diamonds from the Orange-Nassau collection. The triple bows are set with old mine diamonds and three large stones set in the central axis. A cluster of diamonds and pear shaped diamonds pendants is suspended from the bottom bow. The brooche can be worn in several settings. Some of these diamonds date back from the 17th century. The two triangular rose cut diamonds belonged to Queen Mary II are considered to be quite rare due to their age and shape. Queen Wilhelmina has worn the bow brooch together with the tiara. Juliana was the first Dutch Queen who wore the complete „parure“. Beatrix has never worn any part of these jewels. The brooche reappeared in 2013, but not in it’s original setting. Queen Maxima opted to wear a smaller version (only the bows).
#dutchroyaljewels #bow #brooch #devantdecorsage #stomacher #house #diamonds #orange #nassau #collection #stuart #parure #diadem #tiara #necklace #antique #historical jewels #jewelry #rose #cut #rare #queen #mary #juliana #queenmaxima

This Diamond and Ruby Parure was a gift from King Willem III to his second wife, Queen Emma in 1889. Made by the famous jeweler Mellerio dits Meller in Paris, for the huge sum of fl.160.000, the diamond and ruby parure contains ornaments with a neo renaissance design. The unique parure consists of: a diadem, necklace with a large lock, brooch, devant de corsage, bracelet, earrings and a fan. This Ruby Parure is by far the most complete parure in the Orange-Nassau collection. The rubies have an exceptional quality and there's a large number of fairly large diamonds used in the parure which explains the enormous sum which was paid for this set. The large stomacher or devant de corsage, which can be taken apart to form smaller brooches or pendants, has the same motif as the festoons from the tiara. Queen Emma wore the lower central element from the devant de corsage with the pendants attached to a white gold chain necklace. Princess Margriet used the lower part of the central element as a brooch and Queen Beatrix wore the same central element attached to a rivière of diamonds. Not lang ago, Queen Maxima surprised us all wearing a new version of the stomacher; the brooche combined with the stomachers lower part.
#dutchroyaljewels #ruby #diamond #parure #mellerioditsmeller #mellerio #paris #1889 #diadem #brooche #brooch #earrings #necklace #lock #devantdecorsage #stomacher #bracelet #fan #festoons #jeweler #jewels #historical #antique #royals #queen #juliana #queenmaxima  #royalty

In 1897 Queen Emma commissioned Jeweller Eduard Schürmann & Co. in Frankfurt to create a new diadem/parure for the investiture of her daughter, Queen Wilhelmina that  following year, 1898.  Jeweller Schürmann broke up Queen Emma's Diamond Parure which contained a large 17th century diamond also known as the Holland or Stuart diamond, one of the rarest diamonds in the world. In 1690 Wilem III bought a large rough diamond as a present for his wife Mary II Stuart. The rough diamond was most probably cut in Amsterdam that same year. The result was a rose-cut pear shaped diamond weighing 39,75 (!) carats. The diamond has an extremely rare sea green/ blue color which makes it one of the most unique diamonds in the world.  The House Diamonds Parure consists of a Diadem, Necklace and a Devant de Corsage.
The large all diamond diadem which does not only contain the Holland/Stuart diamond but also 10 very large rose cut diamonds can be worn in a high and low setting. The Holland diamond is detachable and can be worn as a brooch or pendant. A large diamond necklace together with a devant de corsage were added to create a parure. Both the necklace and devant de corsage contain a rare selection of old House diamonds. The diamond devant de corsage created in the shape of a large diamond bow or sévigné and can be worn in several settings. The central motifs of the necklace contain some substantial diamonds: three are emerald cut and ten are oval cut diamonds. It was first seen on Queen Juliana in september 1948. The central motifs also can be worn as separate brooches.
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The parure was made for Queen Wilhelmina with rubies from the Orange Nassau collection (most propably from Queen Sophie) by Eduard Schürmann & Co in Frankfurt in 1897. This Oriental inspired Art Nouveau style diamond and ruby parure with a peacock tail motif originally consisted of a diadem, necklace and a brooche. The 19th century parure is very versatile. The tiara and necklace can be worn in many different settings. Central motifs and clusters could be easily removed and remounted. The possibilities seemed almost endless. The necklace, which almost mirror's the tiara, can be worn in many different ways. Queen Wilhelmina was rarely seen wearing this parure. Queen Juliana has never worn the tiara. She did borrow her mother's necklace for her investiture in 1948. In the 1950's Princess Irene received the parure directly from her grandmother, Queen Wilhelmina. Princess Irene wore the parure often until the 1970's. For many years it was rumored that the tiara and necklace had been sold by Princess Irene. In 2009 speculations came to an end when Maxima wore the Peacock tiara , for the first time in more than 40 years. 8 Years later, in 2017, she re-intoduced the matching necklace.
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This diamond and pearl devant de corsage belonged probably to the Russian Empress Maria Feodorovna, mother of Queen Anna Pavlovna of the Netherlands and grandmother of Queen Sophie (first wife of King Willem III). Sophie inherited this jewel from her mother Grand-Duchess Catharina Pavlovna. (Queen of Württemberg) The jewel consists of a diamond open work or lace work bow containing five cushion cut pink diamonds, from which are suspended a pearl and two tassels with pearls with in between a small diamond bow. Queen Wilhelmina, Juliana, Beatrix and Maxima all wore this stunning piece in different versions. The full version, the version without the pendant, but with the three drop pearls or with the three diamonds directly hanging from the bow and the version with the shortened pendant with the pear shaped pearls.
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This diamond and pearl devant de corsage belonged probably to the Russian Empress Maria Feodorovna, mother of Queen Anna Pavlovna of the Netherlands and grandmother of Queen Sophie (first wife of King Willem III). Sophie inherited this jewel from her mother Grand-Duchess Catharina Pavlovna. (Queen of Württemberg) The jewel consists of a diamond open work or lace work bow containing five cushion cut pink diamonds, from which are suspended a pearl and two tassels with pearls with in between a small diamond bow. Queen Wilhelmina, Juliana, Beatrix and Maxima all wore this stunning piece in different versions. The full version (see picture), the version without the pendant, but with the three drop pearls or with the three diamonds directly hanging from the bow and the version with the shortened pendant with the pear shaped pearls.
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The sapphire and bow devant de corsage or stomacher was first seen on Princess Emma (Waldeck and Pyrmont) around the time of her engagement with King Willem III in 1879. The diamond bow has a large oval cushion cut sapphire in the centre an an oval sapphire pendant between the ribbons. Probably an engagement present from the King. Creator of this stomacher is unknown. The large sapphire in the centre is set in two rings of  old mine diamonds which  seem to have a different colour than the diamonds set in the bow.. This central element has remained removable.
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The Pearl Button tiara is made of five pearl and diamond buttons placed on a diamond base. The buttons are sometimes referred to as "floral" in design, and indeed, the diamond design surrounding each large pearl does resemble the petals of a flower. These button elements started out as brooches, worn in the nineteenth century by Queen Sophie. Some have argued that the festoon base of the tiara was originally part of a coronet also owned by Queen Sophie, but the tiara as we know it today was not worn in public until the middle of the twentieth century. In 1965 the five brooches were  used to create a new tiara. It was first worn by Queen Juliana in the same year. Queen Beatrix choose this tiara for her inauguration. Queen Máxima has worn both the star and pearl versions of the tiara.
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In 1901, Queen Wilhelmina's received an enormous, elaborate diamond and sapphire tiara, which was designed and created by jeweler J.A. Hoeting from Amsterdam. The gemstones were supplied by Vita Israel. The parure, a tiara, a necklace (a mirrored version of the tiara), and two bracelets, was a gift to the young Dutch queen from the Dutch population for her wedding with Prince Hendrik of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.The entire parure included more than 800 diamonds and sapphires, all set in white gold. The tiara featured an especially large square diamond set in the center, from the Golkonda mine in India. Wilhelmina was the only Dutch queen who would ever wear the tiara in public. In 1962, her daughter, Queen Juliana, had the tiara dismantled, to make new jewels for her daughters.The bracelets still exist (modified) in the Dutch collection.
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In 1901, Queen Wilhelmina's received an enormous, elaborate diamond and sapphire tiara, which was designed and created by jeweler J.A. Hoeting from Amsterdam. The gemstones were supplied by Vita Israel. The parure, a tiara, a necklace (a mirrored version of the tiara), and two bracelets, was a gift to the young Dutch queen from the Dutch population for her wedding with Prince Hendrik of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.The entire parure included more than 800 diamonds and sapphires, all set in white gold. The tiara featured an especially large square diamond set in the center, from the Golkonda mine in India. Wilhelmina was the only Dutch queen who would ever wear the tiara in public. In 1962, her daughter, Queen Juliana, had the tiara dismantled, to make new jewels for her daughters.The bracelets still exist (modified) in the Dutch collection.
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Also made by court jeweler Steltman in The Hague, this exclusive ring was apparently designed by King Willem-Alexander (then prince of Orange) as an engagement gift for his future wife,  Màxima Zorreguieta. He presented it on 31 March 2001, one year before their wedding in February 2002. Set with a very rare oval orange diamond (as a tribute to the national colours of the Netherlands and the Dutch Royal House) flanked by two trapezoid-cut diamonds, and surrounded by two outer bands of brilliants.
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Made by court jeweler Steltman, The Hague, this diamond ring is set with an oval-shaped (cushion-cut) padparadsha sapphire, a very rare gemstone whose color ranges from salmon-pink to orange. Aside the main stone, the rose gold ring divides in three rows of small brilliant-cut diamonds, set in white gold. Queen Màxima received this exquisite gift from her husband, King Willem-Alexander (then prince of Orange) to mark the birth of their second daughter, princess Alexia, in 2005. 
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On August the 5th 1960, Princes Irene received a beautiful diamond ring set with a ruby. This ring was a gift from  the "federation of gold and silver", made bij court jeweler Steltman in The Hague. The Princess was shown several working drawings and she finally choose the ruby ring. This white gold/platinum ring was set with 26 diamonds and one oval Ceylon ruby. During the 60's, this gift was regularly worn by the Princess. Until she sold the ring back to his original creator,  the court jeweler Steltman.
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A close up of the Trellis Necklace with sapphires which Queen Maxima wore in Oslo tonight. The earrings are part of the Mellerio Ruby Parure, this time with sapphires pendants, taken from Queen Wilhelmina's  broken up (National Gift) tiara.
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Queen Maxima is wearing the sapphire version (!) of the fishnet motif or trellis necklace for the first time, tonight in Oslo!. The necklace, which is made of platinum, contains about one hundred individually set diamonds in three rows (and in three sizes). The Diamonds are set on so-called knife-edged bars which form a fishnet or trellis motif The middle row contains the largest diamonds, some of which can be replaced by Pearls or Sapphires. The necklace was a wedding gift from Queen Emma for her daughter Queen Wilhelmina in 1901. 
The stomacher was made for Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands around 1900, at a time when the bow shaped jewels followed a classic pattern, with perfect symmetry on either side of an imaginary line which would go downward. Here, the diamond bow is free and natural It is set in the centre with a large rectangular Ceylon sapphire, circled with diamonds. These gemstones would come from Queen Anna Paulownia.
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The Diamond Sunburst Tiara Princess Mabel– wife of the late Prince Friso – wore for her wedding and afterwards (for example: Abdication dinner Beatrix). It has been said this tiara is a second setting of the grand sapphire tiara that was delivered with the tiara back in 1881. The fact is, this jewel was bought at Mellerio dits Meller, in a large order of 22 pieces of jewelry, in April 1888 as a necklace, convertible to a tiara, containing white and brown diamonds. Apparently the brown diamonds in the top row were replaced for the large brilliants from the grand sapphire tiara at a certain point, and that is the version in which we see the jewel nowadays.
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The Dutch royal collection owns grey pearl jewelry for a long time, the exact provenance of this beautiful brooch has unfortunately never been established. We can say it was already part of the collection in the 1930s. Queen Wilhelmina wore the brooche in public the first time. Representing a fleur-de-lys, the diamond-set brooch enhances three large grey pearls and a smaller one, and is complemented by a baroque drop shaped grey pearl as a pendant. It was also worn with a pear shaped diamond pendant.
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This tiara with diamonds and eleven oval Ceylon sapphires was created from a necklace presented by King Willem III of the Netherlands to princess Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont when they married in 1879, and worn as such by Queen Juliana or Queen Beatrix and Princess Irene of the Netherlands until the mid-1980. To give it more volume and style, five lozenge and sapphire-set motifs were added on the top, removed from an other diamond and sapphire necklace (now broken up) which was presented to Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands in 1901, when she married the duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin.
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This diamond and sapphire bow (Laca or Sévigné) stomacher was first seen on Princess Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont around the time of her wedding to King Willem III in 1879. The diamond bow has a large oval cushion cut sapphire in the centre and an oval sapphire pendant between the ribbons. The stomacher was an engagement present from King Willem III. Its is unknown who created the brooch but possibly French. The large sapphire in the centre is set in two rings of old mine diamonds which seem to have a different colour than the diamonds set in the bow. A possible indication that it was an existing piece which was set in a bow brooch. This central element has remained removable. The diamond and sapphire bracelets of Queen Emma. Supplied by Vita Israels in 1881 together with the Sapphire Tiara that was created - after a design by Oscar Masin from 1867 - by Maison Van der Stichel in Amsterdam. The old mine diamond set bracelets are made in silver and gold and have a design of floral motfs and arabesques. Each bracelet contains around 15 sapphires, probably from Ceylon. King Willem III bought lavish jewels for Queen Emma throughout their marriage. The central motif in the bracelet (three stacked sapphires flanked by diamonds and topped with a plume motif) matches the one in the tiara and most style elements are the same but it remains unconfirmed who created the bracelets. Queen Emma wore the bracelets together with all the other sapphire jewels she received as a parure.
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This diamond strawberry leaf brooch with a large round natural pearl and pear pearl pendant belonged to Queen Sophie, born a Princess of Wurttemberg and most propably to her mother Grand Duchess Catharina Pavlovna. A young Queen Wilhelmina has been photographed with the brooch on her bodice. Then after many years the brooch surfaced in the 1960's. First worn by Princess Margriet and in 1966 by Princess Beatrix on her wedding day. Since then the brooch has been worn very frequently.  The diamond leaf brooch can be worn in different ways: upside-down, with and without the drop pearl pendant, as a brooch or as a devant de corsage. The pear shaped pearl seems to have been replaced in recent years.
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The antique pearl tiara of the Dutch royal family is sometimes called the Pavlovnik pearl tiara, because Anna Pavlovna, the queen consort of Willem II of the Netherlands, once had a tiara quite a lot like it. This tiara, which was made in 1900, was designed to mimic the shape of the original Pavlovnik tiara. The large, pear-shaped pearls that sit upright in the tiara are even older than the piece itself. They belonged to Amalia van Solms, a seventeenth-century Dutch princess who shares her name with Máxima’s eldest daughter, Catharina-Amalia, the current Princess of Orange. Queen Wilhelmina was the first wearer of this tiara, and it has been worn by all Dutch queens since then. Queen Juliana inherited the piece from her mother in 1962. She placed the tiara in the family’s jewel foundation, ensuring that all future queens of the Netherlands will also be able to wear it.
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