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Old 12-11-2012, 05:51 AM
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For christina it was the 6button tiara at the Nobel Prize
A tiara which really suits Princess Christina.
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Old 12-11-2012, 10:32 AM
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I feel the Buttons look the best on her because they fade into her snow white hair so well. They are not as harsh or jarring on her.
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Old 12-31-2012, 09:20 AM
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I agree with you RubyPrincess and An Ard Ri about the six buttons. It looks best on Christina.

I have a question about a pearl choker princess christina often wears. It is a three row choker with a big diamond clasp in front. I think it looks as if there is an S in the middle of the clasp. Is this true? If so has the necklace belonged to either Sibylla or Sofia earlier?
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The Queen Sofia Diamond and Pearl Tiara | A Tiara a Day

I really like this tiara. It's simple, timeless, and elegant. I think this tiara would make a great first tiara. Too bad it no longer belongs to Christina.
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The Queen Sofia Diamond and Pearl Tiara | A Tiara a Day

I really like this tiara. It's simple, timeless, and elegant. I think this tiara would make a great first tiara. Too bad it no longer belongs to Christina.
It may turn up yet.....I know I'm being far too optimistic
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Old 12-10-2013, 04:14 PM
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Princess Christina's interesting jewellery at the Nobel ceremony and banquet
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She looks very nice in the 6 button tiara. I actually quite like that one although I know many who rate it along the same lines as the infamous Poppies. But the necklace is, pardon the pun, a real gem with it's stunning cross pendant.

Is it just the light or are the sapphires cabochon cut?
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i cant remeber i have seen the diamond saphire cross before
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Christina's earrings look like sapphire beads and the stones in the cross do like cabochons. That's an unusual piece.
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Maybe the jewellery is the family's 70th birthday gift to her, designed by her son Oscar? Oscar Magnuson has designed jewellery for the court jeweller W.A.Bolin
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I love the cross, wonderful piece that could be worn many ways. Great to pass down through generations, or have smaller ones with different stones made for younger generations.
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As staten in à other thread
Princess Christina wore the large aquamarine tiara owned by her sister princess margaretha
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A question to our jewelry experts out there:
Royal Jewels of the World Message Board: Princess Christina of Sweden,,,, Surprise Tiara

Is there any offical document available about the jewels which are in the Swedish royal foundation? Or would this be more like a private aquisition ?
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A question to our jewelry experts out there:
Royal Jewels of the World Message Board: Princess Christina of Sweden,,,, Surprise Tiara

Is there any offical document available about the jewels which are in the Swedish royal foundation? Or would this be more like a private aquisition ?
I haven't heard about an official document, but Göran Alm has written a book "Smycken för drottningar tillhöriga de Bernadotteska stiftelserna: Stockholms slott" (Jewelry for queens belonging to the Bernadotte foundations: the Stockholm Palace).

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Kungliga smycken som symboler för värdighet och makt Nationalencyklopedin
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A question to our jewelry experts out there:
Royal Jewels of the World Message Board: Princess Christina of Sweden,,,, Surprise Tiara

Is there any offical document available about the jewels which are in the Swedish royal foundation? Or would this be more like a private aquisition ?
1976/1977 there were a exibition at the royal castle, a small book was made and talked about some items that belonged to the bernadotte foundation.
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Princess Christina with nine-prong tiara at queen Margrethe's visit to Sweden in 16.1. 1973
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The Swedish Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara really suited Princess Christina,I'm very glad this historic tiara being used again!
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The Swedish Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara really suited Princess Christina,I'm very glad this historic tiara being used again!
It would be lovely to see it re-enter the main royal collection again, and perhaps be used more widely. Will we see a smaller collection of jewels to be used by the more junior royal ladies: Maddy, the wife of CP, the Kings sisters etc
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I've recently updated my posts on some Scandinavian tiaras and I would love some feedback. Here are the tiaras that have been worn by Princess Christina.

Amethyst Parure Tiara - but just as a necklace as far as I know
Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara
Baden Fringe Tiara
Connaught Diamond Tiara
Cut Steel Tiara
Diamond & Pearl Tiara
Four Button Tiara
Nine Prong Tiara
Six Button Tiara

Thanks in advance!

Also, do any of the other Haga princesses have a jewellery thread?
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Princess Christina's jewellery today, she presented the Royal Patriotic Society's Business Medals.
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