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Old 09-06-2012, 09:49 AM
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Victoria's necklace last week, from Charlotte Bonde, 180 euros. A beaufiful, simple necklace.
Victorias halsband – från Charlotte Bonde | kungligamodebloggen
I also love Crown Princess Victoria's Charlotte Bonde necklace and that rather simple geometric, faceted style of (semi) precious stones in general , yet individually I prefer a bit more delicate jewels than most of Victoria's items...
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:03 PM
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Crown Princess Victoria has selected Charlotte Bonde jewelry also for the Junior Water Prize ceremony: http://kungligamodebloggen.svenskdam...09/Bild-45.png (creole earrings)
source: Victorias örhängen – från Charlotte Bonde | kungligamodebloggen
They are a nice deviation from the usual even hoop earrings i.m.o..
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Old 09-10-2012, 09:53 PM
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I found these earrings surprisingly delicate and very attractive. That they have an almost unique, clear, and uncluttered line to them is very much in Victoria's personal style. To be honest I wouldnt't mind a pair just like them.
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Old 09-17-2012, 09:22 AM
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I agree with both of you. They're simple and elegant, yet not the typical hoop earrings. I'd love to own a pair, too.
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Old 09-19-2012, 10:11 AM
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HQ photo of Victoria's jewelry last night at the concert due to the opening of the parliament.
http://kungligamodebloggen.svenskdam...9/B95Q9185.jpg
Great earrings, I just can't wear so big myself. The flower in her hair is beautiful.
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Old 09-19-2012, 10:36 AM
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I really wish Victoria would wear real jewelry to an evening occasion like this one and leave out the fake, bold 'fun' stuff from time to time.
It's not like the Bernadottes wouldn't have enough jewelry to use in a creative fashion.
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Victoria wore an unowned (to me) tiara for the Gala tonight.
Does anyone have any idea what this is? It didn't look like any of the tiaras previously worn by Victoria, Madeleine or Silvia.

Posted by GömdNatt and LadyFinn in the Gala thread.
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Victoria wore an unowned (to me) tiara for the Gala tonight.
Does anyone have any idea what this is? It didn't look like any of the tiaras previously worn by Victoria, Madeleine or Silvia.
It sort of looks like cut steel yet it's much smaller than the Cut Steel Tiara. Something new? I looked at the photo of the "Estelle" Tiara posted in the Swedish Royal Jewels of the Past thread and it doesn't look like it, either.

Whatever it is, it looks like there is a matching comb as well.
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It sort of looks like cut steel yet it's much smaller than the Cut Steel Tiara. Something new? I looked at the photo of the "Estelle" Tiara posted in the Swedish Royal Jewels of the Past thread and it doesn't look like it, either.
Whatever it is, it looks like there is a matching comb as well.
Cut Steel was my first guess too, but there are marked difference in design and style. Definitely not Estelle tiara either.
The hair comb is an interesting and unusual addition: usually a tiara and a comb are worn separately.
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Old 10-19-2012, 05:14 PM
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Maybe it's a borrowed tiara. Like Mary's Midnight Tiara.
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[QUOTE=Artemisia;1473561]Victoria wore an unowned (to me) tiara for the Gala tonight.
Does anyone have any idea what this is? It didn't look like any of the tiaras previously worn by Victoria, Madeleine or Silvia.

As this is a real white tie event, I don't think it would be anything like the cut steel. very interesting though that she is not going for one of the bigger blinks or her trademark tiara .....
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I like this tiara, it's nice to have some smaller tiaras also. There is something very distinguished yet simple in this. I would like to see the comb better.
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It actually looks like the base of a bigger tiara to me.
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Ok, I have made up my mind - I don't like this tiara and I haven't rarely ever said this.
Viktoria absolutely looks great - this dress fits her perfectly - it is just the size of the tiara - too small , too fence-like. Look at the necklace - if she had used her usual trademark Fringe tiara it would have been perfect.
Although I am really into it for new tiaras -
this simply does not work for me.
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Old 10-20-2012, 03:57 AM
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This is ā Tirana i worldwide like to see in ā light blond har. But wow i Dif not ā ner Tirana for Victoria, and if there Werner ā ner it worldwide be Queen Sofias tiara
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I like this tiara, it's nice to have some smaller tiaras also. There is something very distinguished yet simple in this. I would like to see the comb better.
Very lovely.
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I like this tiara, it's nice to have some smaller tiaras also. There is something very distinguished yet simple in this. I would like to see the comb better.
Reminds me of the steel cut tiara. In style at least. I think it might look better with a different hairstyle.
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is it very flexible so it could be worn as a crown,
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I like the tiara - very fresh and modern.

My preference though is when the scale of the stones in the necklace and the tiara match. In this case, I'd prefer a more detailed or delicate necklace to balance with the tiara.

Not that there is anything wrong with a massive circlet of large diamonds in general.
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A new tiara can only be a good thing!
I think Victora has been without her hairdresser per exellence and the angle of the tiara is slighy wrong. You just wait and see...
The coombe is also very interesting.
Lovely to see, a new jewel för tha house of Sweden
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