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Old 04-17-2007, 11:15 AM
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British Statevisit 1957...?

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I have been looking for pictures from Queen Elizabeth II's visit to Denmark in 1957. At the second day the Queen and king Frederik IX and their consorts went to the Royal Danish Theatre to see a gala performance. This was the first and only time that queen Ingrid wore the 12 small diamond bouquots from the 18. cent which her daughter queen Margrethe II wore at her silver wedding in 1992. The bouquots are stored at Rosenborg Castle together with the other crownjewels of Denmark...

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I'm not an expert finding pictures at the internet so maybe some of you who always provide ud with pictures can help...

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Queen Ingrid of Denmark at the Persepolis celeberations, Iran, 1971:
http://www.angelfire.com/empire/impe...rsepolis3.html
http://www.angelfire.com/empire/impe...rsepolis4.html
http://www.angelfire.com/empire/impe...ersepolis.html
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I read on another thread that Queen Ingrid bequethed her "wedding" tiara to someone outside the Danish Royal Family. Does anyone know who? That IMO was the best looking of all the Danish tiaras.
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I read on another thread that Queen Ingrid bequethed her "wedding" tiara to someone outside the Danish Royal Family. Does anyone know who? That IMO was the best looking of all the Danish tiaras.
Her daughter Queen Anne-Marie of the Hellenes. She wore it at the wedding of Haakon and Mette-Marit and at the Gala at the Royal Opera the evening before Frederik and Mary's Wedding.
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Thank you for answering. I'm glad it stayed in the family.
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Thank you for answering. I'm glad it stayed in the family.
It is still used by all the female family decedents of the queen of Denmark on there wedding day. But is dose belong to Anna Maria now.
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she wore the cameo tiara but that one belongs to the bernadotte fondation. but i was wondering what jewllery did she bring to denmark?
She brought a lot of Jewels with her to Denmark
The Cartier Khedive of Egyput tiara now owned by Queen Anne-Marie
the baden-palmette tiara now owned by Queen Margrethe II.
The Star tiara now owned by Princess Benedikte
the small turquiose bandeau now owned by Queen Margrethe II.

and much more.
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Old 11-29-2007, 12:54 AM
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what jewels are in the family trust?
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She brought a lot of Jewels with her to Denmark... and much more.
I knew about the Khedive of Egypt tiara, the Baden-palmette and the Star tiara, but I have never heard about the turquoise bandeau. What does it look like and do you know the history or any other information about it?
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what jewels are in the family trust?
I'm not sure there is a full-fledged family trust, like there is in the Netherlands. Generally, the princesses are 'given' a tiara to wear, and that is it. Margrethe has multiple tiaras, and they will transfer to the next queen.
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I knew about the Khedive of Egypt tiara, the Baden-palmette and the Star tiara, but I have never heard about the turquoise bandeau. What does it look like and do you know the history or any other information about it?
Sorry i don't know about the history. it is a bandeau of small daises like Mette-Marit's Wedding tiara. Queen Margrethe has worn it not often. there was a photos on the Website about the danish Royal Jewels by Glenn but on the current Version it is not there.

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I'm not sure there is a full-fledged family trust, like there is in the Netherlands. Generally, the princesses are 'given' a tiara to wear, and that is it. Margrethe has multiple tiaras, and they will transfer to the next queen.
There is a Foundation which was founded by Queen Lovisa, née Princess of Sweden. She had many Jewels and put some of them in a foundation. One of them is the small floral tiara, which was often worn by Queen Margrethe in the 70's and early 80's.
I don't know what jewels are in it, but i have read once that also the Orange-nassau Pearl tiara and the rest of the Pearl jewellry and the big floral tiara is in it. I think it would be a better solution to let the put the tiaras in the foundation and let the Princesses wear the smaller of them. So you have not to buy a new tiara for each new Princess.
And Margrethe has not so many tiaras. If they are divided among Frederik and Joachim there will not bne too much left for the next Queen.
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Old 12-05-2007, 05:16 PM
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The big floral tiara is not in the foundation - it is the private proberty of MII. She was given the tiara by har mother in the mid 80 and wore it for the first time at the return dinner at Nationalmuseum Stockholm during the danish statevisit to Sweden. Queen Ingrid was presented with the tiara from an unknown american in the mid 60...

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Queen Ingrid' s photos are truly mesmerising. I can only imagine how much more she must be in person. Many thanks Josephine...
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My favourite jewels are the ruby tiara, necklace and earings,. The ones that CP Mary wears at the moment. Do those jewels have a name?
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My favourite jewels are the ruby tiara, necklace and earings,. The ones that CP Mary wears at the moment. Do those jewels have a name?
Queen Désirée ruby parure.
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Queen Désirée ruby parure.
Thank you very much. Are they danish or swedish in origin?
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Stefan has provided a history of the ruby parure's provenance on the first page of this thread.
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Thank you very much warren for letting me know.

And thank you Stefan for the history. I had always thought that those jewels had come to Denmark with Queen Ingrid.
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Yes they came from Sweden, Ingrid was the King of Sweden only daughter. She inherited as well jewels from her mother born Princess of Connaught.
The same happened in Norway too. Princess Ingeborg of Sweden gave her tiara to her daughter Cown Princess Märtha of Norway.
This is explaned in a very interesting video about Queen Sonja's jewels in her tread.
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That is indeed how the Danish RF ended up with some pieces from Sweden, however the story of the Ruby parure is different. It ended up in Sweden with Queen Louise of Denmark, born princess of Sweden, daughter of king Carl XV of Sweden & Norway and princess Louise of The Netherlands. I imagine that some jewels inherited by princess Ingeborg/princess Martha also travelled this route.
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