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Old 04-21-2021, 02:56 PM
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I agree Sofia will attend State banquets .

I wonder if Infanta Pilar's sapphire tiara will be bought back if its put up for sale?

If the King want's to buy it back or if it is offered to him i would rather expect a private sale then for him to buy it at an auction.
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If the King want's to buy it back or if it is offered to him i would rather expect a private sale then for him to buy it at an auction.
As his father did too ,it would make a wonderful starter tiara for Leonor or Sofia.
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As his father did too ,it would make a wonderful starter tiara for Leonor or Sofia.
Actually it is not so small. And it would be nice to have a tiara with colored stones as they have so many diamond and diamond and pearl tiaras.
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I excpect her to attend most State Banquets once she has finished her Studies and the same for her sister.



I guess you are right that the Princess of Asturias will attend state banquets when she is of age, as it is part of her training.



I am not sure Infanta Sofia will. Infantas Cristina and Elena did attend state banquets before they were married, but Felipe VI might favor a more slimmed-down monarchy. Sofia might attend when there is a visiting monarch, but I don't expect to see her at all state banquets.



Do you think Queen Sofia will leave her ruby necklace tiara to Felipe, or will she set it aside for one of her daughters? If Letizia inherits it, her daughters might also have an additional colored stone option.
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I wonder if Infanta Pilar's sapphire tiara will be bought back if its put up for sale?
I do hope Pilar's tiara makes it back to the main line.
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Old 04-22-2021, 07:31 AM
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Do you think Queen Sofia will leave her ruby necklace tiara to Felipe, or will she set it aside for one of her daughters? If Letizia inherits it, her daughters might also have an additional colored stone option.
It is difficult to tell what Sofia chooses to do with her personal jewellery. I hope the rubies stay in the main line, and at some stage, Letizia or Leonor end up re-working the tiara.
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Do you think Queen Sofia will leave her ruby necklace tiara to Felipe, or will she set it aside for one of her daughters? If Letizia inherits it, her daughters might also have an additional colored stone option.
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It is difficult to tell what Sofia chooses to do with her personal jewellery. I hope the rubies stay in the main line, and at some stage, Letizia or Leonor end up re-working the tiara.
I'd rather see that Sofia leaves the modern jewels to her daughters while leaving the historic pieces to her son or granddaughter. Another solution would be if she added them to the joyas to prevent them from leaving the family in the future.
Do we know if the historic Spanish jewels that are not joyas belong to Sofia or Juan Carlos?
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Old 04-22-2021, 08:33 AM
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I'd rather see that Sofia leaves the modern jewels to her daughters while leaving the historic pieces to her son or granddaughter.
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Another solution would be if she added them to the joyas to prevent them from leaving the family in the future.
Given the ups and downs the SRF have had to endure over the last century, I hope the jewels are just left to the monarch of the day, to use as they please. AS long as the monarchy survives, one hopes the jewels will remain with the monarch of the day. If the monarchy were to end, the former monarch will have the ability to sell the jewels, if required.
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It is difficult to tell what Sofia chooses to do with her personal jewellery. I hope the rubies stay in the main line, and at some stage, Letizia or Leonor end up re-working the tiara.
It would be a shame leaving her important jewels to Letizia to gather dust and hopefully they will be left to Leonor or Sofia to wear with pride.
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It would be a shame leaving her important jewels to Letizia to gather dust and hopefully they will be left to Leonor or Sofia to wear with pride.
Some food for thought. Letizia has at least 2 more pairs of serious ruby and diamond earrings, one of which was worn to Willem-Alexander's 50th. I presume those sets of earrings are part of demi-parures, and the necklaces have just not been seen in public yet. If this is indeed true, might there be a case for Letizia or Leonor to rework Sofia's ruby and diamond parure into a serious ruby and diamond tiara?
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I do hope Pilar's tiara makes it back to the main line.
It would a wonderful addition and to see it being worn again as its believed to have come from Louise of Orléans the maternal grandmother of King Juan Carlos.
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This conversation appears to have veered towards potential changes and additions to the Spanish royal jewels. Could the mods please move the relevant parts of this conversation to the thread entitled Spanish Royal Jewels: Suggested Changes and Additions
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One for Mathilde, or perhaps, Letizia:

https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auct...e-19th-century
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One for Mathilde, or perhaps, Letizia:

https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auct...e-19th-century
Mathilde possibly but not a hope in hell of seeing them adorn Letizia except for the gorgeous earrings maybe.
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One for Mathilde, or perhaps, Letizia:

https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auct...e-19th-century
Wow these are pretty (I'm a sucker for emerald though, love the asymmetric detail.
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