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Old 02-26-2018, 09:54 AM
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Yes, the pearl circle tiara.
Tiara Mania: Princess Ingeborg of Sweden's Pearl Circle Tiara
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Old 02-28-2018, 08:35 AM
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I can't see the daughters of the late Princess Ragnhild ever needing a tiara ,I wonder if this one will make its way back to the Norwegian RF?
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Old 02-28-2018, 08:57 AM
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If her kids don't need it and decide to sell it I hope they will make approaches to NRF first before put it in auction house! There is too much negative space but its design is interesting and pretty.
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Old 02-28-2018, 10:10 AM
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The decendants of Count Flemming Rosenborg (Denmark)sold their grand parents items in Paris. There were items of Prncess Ingeborg of Sweden and I bought a silver note book with "I "and a crown, she was King Albert II grandmother..
I am sure the Lorentzen (who will never wear tiaras anymore) will sell a lot of royal items belonging to their Mother when their father will pass away.
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The decendants of Count Flemming Rosenborg (Denmark)sold their grand parents items in Paris. There were items of Prncess Ingeborg of Sweden and I bought a silver note book with "I "and a crown, she was King Albert II grandmother..
I am sure the Lorentzen (who will never wear tiaras anymore) will sell a lot of royal items belonging to their Mother when their father will pass away.
Why would they sell? The Lorentzens are millionaires and a diadem/necklace in the family comes handy.
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Old 02-28-2018, 12:47 PM
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Why would they sell? The Lorentzens are millionaires and a diadem/necklace in the family comes handy.

But on the other hand the daughters and daughter-in-law of Princess Ranghild have never worn one of her tiaras. Not for their Weddings and also when attending royakl Events in Norway like the 70th or 80th birthday celebrations of King Harald.
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Old 09-08-2018, 01:05 AM
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Princess Ingeborg's Boucheron Circle Tiara | The Court Jeweller

From what can see, I don't like this tiara. Would like to see better photos.
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The aigrett must be very lightweight and convenient to wear.

I recall seeing photos of Britain's Queen Mary wearing what looked like the ruby and diamond aigrette and the all-diamond wings now with Princess Astrid. Would I be right in assuming they are the same pieces?
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Old 10-20-2018, 03:33 AM
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(I have never seen such photos but) very likely that they are from British as Astrid inherited these from her paternal grandmother.
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Old 10-20-2018, 05:43 AM
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I recall seeing photos of Britain's Queen Mary wearing what looked like the ruby and diamond aigrette and the all-diamond wings now with Princess Astrid. Would I be right in assuming they are the same pieces?


No, Queen Mary had her own aigrettes - namely the forget me not and another set with rubies.
Princess Astrid’s came from Queen Maud.
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I have seen a number of pics of Queen Mary wearing several different aigrettes, but but I don't think that any of them look particularly like one of Princess Astrid's. Let's not forget that aigrettes were very popular in that era, many Princesses had them. It's just that there are few portraits of royal ladies wearing aigrettes because they preferred the bigger and more formal tiaras for official portraits.
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Princess Astrid with the Vasa tiara tonight

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Princess Astrid with the Vasa tiara tonight

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Its very pretty but looks just a little lost in Princess Astrids hair tonight.
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It's my favourite among Princess Astrid's tiaras and I'm always happy to see it worn.
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I always love the Vasa but it indeed lost in Astrid silver hair. The Vasa looks the best when she was young with her darker hair, and now she looks the best with the Turquoises one (and her little diamond wings! ).
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