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USCtrojan 05-14-2004 01:57 AM

Royal Family of Serbia Jewellery
 
I think it would be great to add them to this section. I know there is no longer much, but, at least we can post what we have.

Chanel

Josefine 05-14-2004 04:57 AM

05/13/2004. Katarina of Yougoslavia

Poppy 05-14-2004 05:58 AM

Try Danjel's site and goto the Yugoslavian section.

Royal-Splendor

Blueice 12-07-2004 08:22 AM

Boucheron Daisy Leaves And Flowers Tiara
 
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BOUCHERON DAISY LEAVES AND FLOWERS TIARA


A large diamond tiara of a scrollwork design centered with pale yellow diamonds. Originally made for the Georgian Princess Abamalek Lazarev, who left it to her nephew, Prince Paul of Yugoslavia. His wife, Princess Olga, wore it frequently.

After her death the tiara went to her oldest son, Prince Alexander, so that his second wife, Princess Barbara could wear it.

Photos 1&2: BOUCHERON DAISY LEAVES AND FLOWERS TIARA
Photos 3&4: HRH Princess Olga of Yugoslavia, born Princess of Greece





Thank you everyone for participating :) - I have posted these photos earlier, yet they can't be found in previous threads on Yugoslavian Royal Houses or Jewelry. Here they are once more:


Blueice 12-07-2004 08:30 AM

Princess Olga's Cartier Tiara
 
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PRINCESS OLGA'S CARTIER TIARA


A pictures of princess Olga of Yugoslavia, wearing a diamond-set tiara, made by Cartier.
HRH Princess Olga inherited this tiara from her mother, HIRH Princess Helena of Greece.

Current whereabouts unknown.


Photos 1&2: Princess Olga of Yugoslavia, born Princess of Greece







Blueice 12-07-2004 08:40 AM

Queen Marie's Emerald Tiara
 
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QUEEN MARIE'S EMERALD TIARA

A diamond and emerald kokoshnik tiara bought by King Alexander I of Yugoslavia for his wife, Queen Marija (Marie). Made by the jeweller Bolin. After the fall of the monarchy, it was later bought by Van Cleef & Arpels, who removed the emeralds and replaced them with paste.


Photos 1&2: QUEEN MARIE'S EMERALD TIARA
Photos 3 - 6: HM Queen Marie of Yugoslavia, born Princess of Romania
Photo 7: HRH Princess Jelisaveta (Elisabeth) Karadjordjevic of Yugoslavia



Blueice 12-07-2004 09:02 AM

Queen Draga's Tiara
 
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QUEEN DRAGA'S TIARA


Before the House Karadjordjevic took over the reign in Serbia and Yugoslavia, another family ruled the country, the House Obrenovic.


The last King of this House was King Aleksandar, he and his wife Queen Draga were assassinated in 1903.

Exact provenance and current whereabouts of this tiara unknown.

Photo: HM Queen Draga of Serbia, born Draga Lunjevic


From:http://nl.msnusers.com/RoyaltyDanjel3/yugdragaw.msnw - Danjel's Royal Site



Blueice 12-07-2004 09:11 AM

Queen Marie's Bandeau
 
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QUEEN MARIE'S BANDEAU


Queen Maria of Yugoslavia's bandeau, probably silver flowers mounted on a bandeau.


Photo 1: King Alexander I and Queen Marie of Yugoslavia, born Princess of Romania

Photo 2: HM Queen Marie of Yugoslavia, born Princess of Romania




Blueice 12-07-2004 09:18 AM

Princess Olga's Kokoshnik Tiara
 
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Princess Olga's Kokoshnik Tiara


Photo: Princess Olga of Greece on the day of her marriage to Prince Paul of Yugoslavia in 1923. She wears a Russian-made diamond kokoshnik tiara given to her by her mother, Princess Nicholas (Grand Duchess Helen Vladimirovna of Russia). The tiara's intricate design was achieved by handfiling.




Blueice 12-07-2004 09:24 AM

Queen Marie's Veil
 
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QUEEN MARIA'S VEIL


Photo: Not a tiara but really worth mentioning, Queen Maria of Yugoslavia, born Princess of Romania, with a beautiful, with pearls embroidered, veil.




Blueice 12-07-2004 09:28 AM

Princess Jelisaveta's Diamond Tiara
 
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PRINCESS JELISAVETA'S (ELISABETH'S) DIAMOND TIARA

Photo: HRH Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia, daughter of Prince Paul and Princess Olga is wearing a small diamond tiara of unknown provenance.

From:http://nl.msnusers.com/RoyaltyDanjel3/yugelizabethdiamondw.msnw - Danjel's Royal Site

reynard 12-07-2004 02:40 PM

Thanks everyone! I don't know of any other jewels

Julia 02-15-2005 02:51 PM

Yugoslavian Royal Jewels
 
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From Danjel's wonderful site: http://nl.msnusers.com/RoyaltyDanjel2/yugboucheronw.msnw

The BOUCHERON DAISY LEAVES AND FLOWERS TIARA

1. the tiara

2. detail of the tiara

3. HRH Princess Olga of Yugoslavia, born Princess of Greece


4. HRH Princess Barbara of Yugoslavia, born Princess von und zu Liechtenstein

Danielle 02-15-2005 04:49 PM

That's a lovely tiara. Thanks Julia! Who actually owns the tiara now? CP Alexander?

Julia 02-15-2005 06:23 PM

You are most welcome, Danielle! And, I think the family still owns the tiara but I could be wrong...

Blueice 02-15-2005 07:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Julia
You are most welcome, Danielle! And, I think the family still owns the tiara but I could be wrong...

Thanks indeed Julia for not letting this small Royal family to slip into oblivion ;) by opening those lovely threads - this one happens to be one of my favorites!...
This is truly a very beautiful tiara. Thanks Julia for posting the photos!Regarding its present whereabouts I believe that to be the truth, although it has never been worn by female members of Royal family after the WWII as far as I am informed. Most certainly, it is not worn by Princesses Katarina or Jelisaveta today. I hope it is still owned by the family, so perhaps it could be actually seen either on Princesses or an exhibition of (remain) Royal Jewelry. It would be nice indeed.

Danjel's Royal Splendour Site is truly wonderful, and this is another, very small photo of Princess Olga wearing the tiara taken from this site as well as few details about tiara:

A large diamond tiara of a scrollwork design centered with pale yellow diamonds. Originally made for the Georgian Princess Abamalek Lazarev, who left it to her nephew, Prince Paul of Yugoslavia. His wife, Princess Olga, wore it frequently.

After her death the tiara went to her oldest son, Prince Alexander, so that his second wife, Princess Barbara could wear it.

From:http://nl.msnusers.com/RoyaltyDanjel2/yugboucheronw.msnw - Danjel's Royal Site

Blueice 02-15-2005 07:16 PM

Princess Olga's Cartier Tiara
 
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PRINCESS OLGA'S CARTIER TIARA


A pictures of princess Olga of Yugoslavia, wearing a diamond-set tiara, made by Cartier.

HRH Princess Olga inherited this tiara from her mother, HIRH Princess Helena of Greece.

Current whereabouts unknown.
Photos 1&2: Princess Olga of Yugoslavia, born Princess of Greece


From: http://nl.msnusers.com/RoyaltyDanjel2/yugolgacartier.msnw - Danjel's Royal Site

Julia 02-15-2005 07:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Blueice
Thanks indeed Julia for not letting this small Royal family to slip into oblivion ;) by opening those lovely threads - this one happens to be one of my favorites!...

You are most welcome Blueice! I am becoming more and more fond of this royal family with each passing day...

Many thanks to you and other Yugoslavian royal family enthusiasts for sharing wonderful material in these threads.

I have to admit that I'm quite fond of this thread too! ;) The Yugoslavian royal jewels are some of the most beautiful I've seen.

Thanks so much for the information on the tiara. I, too, hope that the family still owns the tiara and maybe one of these days we will see it worn!

Gorgeous photo of HRH Princess Olga wearing the tiara; it's truly a splendid tiara and one of Boucheron's most beautiful!

Julia 02-15-2005 07:24 PM

Princess Olga's Cartier Tiara is simply stunning. Thanks for the photos Blueice!

Would this considered to be in the Kokoshnik style? It has that look of a halo that many of the Russian Kokoshniks have...

Blueice 02-15-2005 07:24 PM

Queen Marie's Emerald Tiara
 
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QUEEN MARIE'S EMERALD TIARA

A diamond and emerald kokoshnik tiara bought by King Alexander I of Yugoslavia for his wife, Queen Marija (Marie). Made by the jeweller Bolin. After the fall of the monarchy, it was later bought by Van Cleef & Arpels, who removed the emeralds and replaced them with paste.


Photos 1&2: QUEEN MARIE'S EMERALD TIARA
Photos 3 - 6: HM Queen Marie of Yugoslavia, born Princess of Romania
Photo 7: HRH Princess Jelisaveta (Elisabeth) Karadjordjevic of Yugoslavia


From:http://nl.msnusers.com/RoyaltyDanjel2/yugmarieemeraldw.msnw - Danjel's Royal Site


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