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Queen Alexandra in 1905

Queen Alexandra in 1905

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In 1863 King Frederick VII of Denmark had the crown jeweller in Copenhagen design this necklace in the Byzantine style as a wedding gift for his daughter, Princess Alexandra, later Queen Alexandra of England. Now in the collection of Queen Elizabeth.

The Rundell Tiara & Parure. A wedding present to Princess Alexandra "Alix" (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia) (1844-1925) Denmark on her marriage to the Prince Albert Edward (King Edward VII) (1841-1910) Prince of Wales, UK.

The Rundell Tiara - Queen Victoria's son, the Prince of Wales (known in the family as Bertie), married Princess Alexandra of Denmark in The future King Edward VII gave his wife an impressive start to her jewel collection: a parure of a diamond tiara

Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara: The Ladies of Society, the 365 peeresses of the realm, gave this tiara to Queen Alexandra on the occasion of her silver wedding anniversary in 1888.

Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara: The Ladies of Society, the 365 peeresses of the realm, gave this tiara to Queen Alexandra on the occasion of her silver wedding anniversary in -This looks like the crown Anastasia wore in the animated movie.

Queen Alexandra’s Amethyst Tiara- A gift from Tsar Alexander III to Queen Alexandra, after her death it passed into the Fife line of the family and eventually auctioned off on June 26, 1946. Beautiful detailing on this piece in close-up pictures.

Amethyst and Diamond Tiara - by Cartier; displayed in the jewelry department at the Palazzo Pitti Museum in Florence, often incorrectly credited with belonging to Queen Alexandra.

Queen Alexandra's Celtic Knot and Fleur-de-Lis Tiara, United Kingdom (pearls, diamonds).

Queen Alexandra of Great Britain's tiara of pearls and diamonds, with Celtic knot elements and large fleur-de-lis designs.

Queen Alexandra, Coronation.  Can't fit one more piece of jewelry on that bodice!  This is a rare unretouched photo of Queen Alexandra, most of her photos were heavily retouched.

This is a rare unretouched photo of Queen Alexandra (Alexandra of Denmark, wife of King Edward VII) , most of her photos were heavily retouched.

Queen Alexandra in State robes, four months after the dead of Queen Victoria. Her mourning jewellery is of diamonds and pearls. April 1901

Queen Alexandra "Alix" (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia) Denmark, wife of King Edward VII (Albert Edward "Bertie") Prince of Wales, UK, wearing the 3 bow brooches from Queen Victoria UK.

Amethyst and Diamond Necklace, circa 1900. Belonged to Her Majesty The Late Queen Alexandra.

Amethyst necklace/tiara belonging to Queen Alexandra, wife of Edward VII The tiara is of foliate garlands decorated with 5 hexagonal amethysts set as swing centers within circular wreat…

Amethyst & diamond necklace/tiara

Amethyst necklace/tiara belonging to Queen Alexandra, wife of Edward VII The tiara is of foliate garlands decorated with 5 hexagonal amethysts set as swing centers within circular wreat…

Queen Alexandra, 1910. "Queen Alexandra wears a Cartier necklace in 1910. She was famous for wearing high chokers in the style shown and for wearing a daring amount of make-up, in so doing rejecting the fashion for natural complexions."

Queen Alexandra, "Queen Alexandra wears a Cartier necklace in She was famous for wearing high chokers in the style shown and for wearing a daring amount of make-up, in so doing rejecting the fashion for natural complexions.

DIGITAL TUTORIAL - Queen Alexandra's Tears Earrings Tutorial - Beaded Earrings - Crystal Earrings - Beadweaving Tutorial - Instant Download

DIGITAL TUTORIAL - Queen Alexandra's Tears Earrings Tutorial - Beaded Earrings - Crystal Earrings - Beadweaving Tutorial - Instant Download

Queen Alexandra's Wedding

The tiara alone cost some Featuring an open-work band of large diamonds, with at least five large fleur de lys motifs rising from it, linked by intricate 'knot-work' scrolls, with could be removed. The tiara could also be worn with diamond stars attached

Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara | The Royal Collection

Made in the Russian Style which was keenly adopted in the West with the closeness of the two Royal Families. Made by Garrads it was presented to Queen Alexandra on her Wedding Anniversary by the "Ladies of Society"

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