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Old 06-14-2009, 10:53 AM
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ACtually fromm the tiaras Ingrid brought with her to Denmark only the Baden heart tiara and the small turiqiose bandeau remained in Denmarl. The other went to Anne-Marie and Benedikte. From the peieces Queen Lovisa brought with the diamond and pearl set and the rubys remained in Denmark. And the big diamond tiara went to Prince Gustav and from him to Crown Princess Märtha.
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Old 06-14-2009, 11:18 AM
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Thanks Marengo for your explanation how the ruby parure ended up in Sweden .
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These are absolutely fascinating!!! I can't even imagine how they began to figure out seating arrangements for all the monarchs at the head table!
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Old 11-16-2009, 05:43 PM
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I was pondering over the turquoise bandeau which Queen Margrethe lately wore in Vietnam. It was an heirloom from her mother Queen Ingrid and supposedly was originally a gift to Margaret of Connaugth from her parents. Some time ago I found these photos of a bride wearing this bandeau. It was supposed to be Queen Ingrid:
http://inlinethumb51.webshots.com/40...600x600Q85.jpg
http://inlinethumb22.webshots.com/41...600x600Q85.jpg

This puzzles me, because the lady somehow doesn't look like Queen Ingrid (who's eyebrows had a very distinctive and different line). Also the bride in this photo looks much more like her: http://inlinethumb25.webshots.com/43...600x600Q85.jpg
Can anybody please identify who is who, and what is the history of the little crown worn by the 2nd bride?
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P.S. I hope you can see the pictures now. This was my first try with webshots!
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Old 11-17-2009, 12:30 AM
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Tilla, the bride in your three pictures is that of Queen Ingrid or Princess Ingrid as she was at her wedding. I don't know the history of the small crown, perhaps Stefan can fill us in.
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Old 11-17-2009, 02:28 AM
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The first two photos, Ingrid (then Princess of Sweden) is not the bride. This photo, princess in court dress. Today they no longer carry the royal lady of Sweden. The photo still quite a young princess.
The last photo Princess Ingrid has a fiancee. A little crown on her head - it myrtle crown. This is a very touching story. Princess Margaret of Connaught, the mother of Ingrid, when she married brought with me to Sweden little myrtle tree and planted it in Sofero (summer residence of the Swedish royal family). In memory of Princess Margaret who died early in many Swedish princess wore at her wedding crown from the leaves of the myrtle tree. One of the first was Princess Margaretha, sister of Crown Princess Martha of Norway and Queen Astrid of Belgium. She wore a crown in 1919. Astrid - in 1926, Martha - in 1929, Ingrid - in 1935.
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Old 11-17-2009, 09:19 AM
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Thank you very much for your well informed answers! The story about the myrtle crown is very interesting indeed. Queen Ingrid, or Princess Ingrid, was a very beautiful and elegant lady, and she carried her jewellery very well.
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Old 11-17-2009, 01:41 PM
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Thank you very much. Are they danish or swedish in origin?
The Ruby Parure is actually French.

The French Marshall Jean Baptiste Bernadotte (the future king Carl XIV Johan of Sweden) gave the parure to his wife Desirèe as wedding anniversary gift and she wore the parure to Napoleon's coronation in 1804.
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Sorry, but I have long been interested in one question. At David's famous painting "The Coronation of Napoleon" is depicted Désirée Clary or not? If yes, where? It is interesting to look at the Desire in this parure
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Old 11-24-2009, 03:21 PM
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I am not quite sure if Desirée is visible in the picture or not but I will try to find out for you. I'll get back when I have checked a book about David's paintings.
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The myrtle crown...
I would like to add that all Swedish royal brides after Ingrid, with the exception of Louise Mountbatten when she married Crown Prince Gustav Adolf, have worn leaves from the myrtle tree at Sofiero, ursually in their wedding bouquet but also in the hair although not as a crown.

Queen Ingrid planted a cutting from the Sofiero tree at Grasten Castle in the southern part of Jutland and the Danish royal brides wear leaves from this tree at their weddings.

Just a little bit of triva.
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Old 11-25-2009, 09:48 AM
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Wow, I have been wondering about those little trees on the back of the swedish princesses head, and even asked about it a while ago on the forums, in Queen Astrid's wedding/jewellery forum. Thanks for answering an old question.
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Queen Ingrid of Denmark at the Persepolis celeberations, Iran, 1971:
All the tiaras on those links look stunning.
Queen Ingrids is definitely the best. Has anyone got a picture of her wearing it at another event?
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Old 11-25-2009, 10:27 AM
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You could try the pictures on page one of this thread for starters.
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Old 11-25-2009, 01:50 PM
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I think these two pictures of Queen Ingrid wearing the floral aigrette tiara which Queen Margrethe wears so often have not been posted here.
http://inlinethumb22.webshots.com/22...600x600Q85.jpg
http://inlinethumb14.webshots.com/14...600x600Q85.jpg
From the photos I found she wore: the emerald parure, the pearl parure, the ruby parure, the floral aigrette, the daisy bandeau with the turquoises and the Khedive tiara. Did I miss anything? Did she never wear the Baden palmette tiara or does anyone have photos of this? And what about the tiaras Princess Benedikte inherited. Were they ever worn by Queen Ingrid?

This is Queen Alexandrine wearing the ruby tiara in it's original version. http://inlinethumb36.webshots.com/45...600x600Q85.jpg
I hope it's ok to post it here since I did not find a more appropriate thread.
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I have seen somewhere a photo of a young Ingrid wearing the tiara with Stars and pearls spikes Princess Benedikte inherited. The floral tiara of Benedikte was made for her from 3 brooches so it was never worn by Ingrid.
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Tilia C., to answr your question - No, Queen Ingrid never wore the Baden palmette tiara. A few days ago I came across a tiny photo of Queen Ingrid with the star tiara that belonged to Queen Sofia of Sweden and as soon as I remember where I'll post a link.
About the floral tiara of Princess Benedikte - I've never seen anyone in The DRF wearing it, so maybe it was bought for her or created from odds and ends like the tiara Queen Anne Marie received.
BTW, does anyone know when Queen Ingrid gave Princess Benedikte the star tiara?

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Queen Ingrid - Khedive tiara

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Queen Igrid had 10 grandchildren,5 by Anne-Marie (Greek), 3 by Benedikte (German), and 2 by Margrethe,
Frederik got the beautiful ruby set
what did the other 9 grandchildren receive ??
Joachim - Pavlos,Alexia,Nikolaos,Theodora,Philippos - Gustav,Alexasndra,Nathalie?????????????????
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Frederik got given the ruby set because his wife would be the future Queen of Denmark.
Each female grandchild, and the two other daughters have recieved numerous tiara's not all from the danish royal family.
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This tiara was a gift of King Frederik IX to his wife?

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