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Welcome to Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden Jewels Thread, Part 4

Commencing June 28th, 2023

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We're these a new addition or has the Crown Princess had them for sometime.
 
She wore them with a similar dress in Australia earlier this year
 
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Yesterday Victoria had her Shourouk earrings and her bracelet.
https://d0.momapix.com/legionmedia/....3e7e0224018ab3cf51abb96464d518cd&w=833&h=516
https://media.gettyimages.com/id/16...=zZL8nmA8e4V1s385rQe4iRx_e7t9YC0GZx0_wuiiXFI=

Today at Te Deum and other day events she had beautiful small earrings and a small brooch/pin at her dress, at the bow.
https://d1.momapix.com/legionmedia/....587524833eaf98eb779a387e33768c6a&w=833&h=516
https://d1.momapix.com/legionmedia/....b19aa25ff58940d974234b48391b9549&w=833&h=516

At the Jubilee Banquet Victoria has Baden Fringe Tiara, earrings from the Brazilian Parure and a brooch and hairpins from the Leuchtenberg Sapphires.
https://media.gettyimages.com/id/16...=1nwoNRr9ntOxO7zG-38jCofUCnTXPOrfMQFA5Lj7qQc=
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And she has the Duchess of Albany's sapphire bracelet.
https://is.mediadelivery.fi/img/1920/3e56c2f42aef4e2cad94a676dd1bbe3b.jpg

The hairpins of Leuchtenberg Sapphires at Victoria's hairdo
https://i.postimg.cc/d3BfTffg/AA.jpg
 
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Did Silvia take that brooch from her Te Deum outfit this morning and give it to Victoria for tonight, or do they really have that many interchangeable sapphires?
 
Today in Finland at Hanasaari Cultural Center Victoria had the brooch, which is designed by Tarja Halonen, the former President of Finland. Victoria got it from Halonen at hers and Daniel's visit to Finland in 2010.
Victoria had also her necklace from Engelbert Stockholm and earrings, I think they are from Misst. And a longer necklace.
https://images.cdn.yle.fi/image/upl.../fl_lossy/v1695212985/39-1174738650ae55ec785b
https://smooth-storage.aptoma.no/us...6daabee11266a942391850d4c3e276f41e43ab8dd3632
 
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Its a modern brooch but it works nicely with Victoria's outfit.
 
Yesterday evening at the dinner at the Swedish Embassy Victoria had her bracelet with the Roman numerals and earrings we have seen before. And a bracelet also on her other arm.
https://is.mediadelivery.fi/img/1920/069c6dfbbe4348deadf9e3758c7f50ce.jpg
https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=748776637261047&set=pcb.748776727261038

Today at the morning's visit to Suomenlinna Sea Fortress Victoria has her "Dream" brooch from Finnish Kalevala Koru and earrings and necklace from Sebastian Schildt.
https://img.ilcdn.fi/Bf3Vy6-hjVQoVQ...01bdbd8676a426d24274810fd48abb7e73ccb4493.jpg
https://img.ilcdn.fi/fiJO2kvub-ICEh...b982d40c0ace528a78c98d1ba5cef8d845d24cdaa.jpg
https://img.ilcdn.fi/3TsIcKJQx0XCu3...bd9ba8979aa66eb6490f4e46a93cc4e3dd7d1a485.jpg
 
On their visit to Finland Victoria and Daniel visited the City of Loviisa yesterday.

The City of Loviisa handed over a citrine champagne necklace 1751 as a personal gift to Crown Princess Victoria. Entrepreneur Carolina Karvonen and goldsmith artisan Saara Kinnunen launched the jewelry during the Housing Fair organized in Loviisa. The inspiration for the name came from the fact that the first official mention of champagne in Finland took place in the port of Loviisa in 1751.
The necklace
https://www.itavayla.fi/image-3.62613.31647.20230707151239.b2a516f0e4?size=1024
1751 Kaulakoru sitriinillä _ Karvonen.shop
Kruununprinsessa Victoria vihki Victorianaukion Loviisan Kuniningattarenrannassa - Loviisan kaupunki
 
While in Finland, Crown Princess Victoria wore this gold ring with a green stone (possibly emerald) and 2 diamonds on the side. I don't remember seeing it before. https://im.mtvuutiset.fi/image/8782...03cb87ef23ae783ea416bdcfed4/lw/7-19370695.jpg
https://images.cdn.yle.fi/image/upl.../fl_lossy/v1695291009/39-1175163650c15d0a5c58
https://is.mediadelivery.fi/img/1920/069c6dfbbe4348deadf9e3758c7f50ce.jpg

The bracelet which she wore on the trip is silver chain with a few stones set into it.
https://images.cdn.yle.fi/image/upl.../fl_lossy/v1695297424/39-1175283650c2ef9f05b0
 
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Nice to see Queen Josefina’s Diamond Stomacher-Necklace again… It works very well together with the Laurel Wreath Tiara
 
The Laurel Wreath became one of her favourite tiaras
 
Nice to see Queen Josefina’s Diamond Stomacher-Necklace again… It works very well together with the Laurel Wreath Tiara

It's one of the few necklace I don't like at all. I had to get used to the design of the tiara as well - she gave us many opportunities :whistling: - but this time the tiara does work well.
 
It's one of the few necklace I don't like at all. I had to get used to the design of the tiara as well - she gave us many opportunities :whistling: - but this time the tiara does work well.

I quite like the laurel wreath… Not my absolute favourite but not as weird as the button tiaras…

It demands a certain hairstyle and a certain dress to make it justice
 
It's one of the few necklace I don't like at all. I had to get used to the design of the tiara as well - she gave us many opportunities :whistling: - but this time the tiara does work well.

I cannot claim to be a fan of the necklace at all. Despite its history, I would not be averse to the stones being harvested for a new necklace, though I know that will not happen.
 
I don't like the big gap in the laurel-wreath tiaras with only the diamond drop in betwenn. It worked better on PrincessLilian because there was hair behind it which somehow softened it
 
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Its a lovely Tiara and necklace but I dont like the Hairstyle with the Tiara.. She should try a softer hairstyle..
 
I'm not much of a fan of the Laurel Wreath; I always think there is something awkward-looking about it on Victoria and there are at least three or four tiaras that suit her way better. However, there's a huge amount of sentiment in this one and it's her personal property, so it's not like she'll put it in a drawer and forget about it.

Hopefully it will suit Estelle more.
 
I'm not much of a fan of the Laurel Wreath; I always think there is something awkward-looking about it on Victoria and there are at least three or four tiaras that suit her way better. However, there's a huge amount of sentiment in this one and it's her personal property, so it's not like she'll put it in a drawer and forget about it.

Hopefully it will suit Estelle more.

For an event like today’s gala, she could have worn the Six-Button perhaps.
 
For an event like today’s gala, she could have worn the Six-Button perhaps.

As a measure of the wealth of tiaras in Sweden, I prefer her in the Connaught, the Baden, the Cut Steels, and maaaaaybe the Amethysts (there's probably even one more), before we even get to the Six Buttons.
 
As a measure of the wealth of tiaras in Sweden, I prefer her in the Connaught, the Baden, the Cut Steels, and maaaaaybe the Amethysts (there's probably even one more), before we even get to the Six Buttons.

I think the Connaught, the Baden Fringe or the Amethyst tiara would be too much for Christian's 18th birthday, and the Cut Steels are just too much early 19th century for my personal taste.
 
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