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El vellocino de oro es el mayor premio española fundada en 1429. Este hecho a mediados del 19o ciento es una de las famosas joyas mantenido en el Fondo Diamante del Kremlin de Moscú. Estaba hecho de oro, plata, diamantes y topacios cinco grandes brasileños de varios tonos de rosa. Este premio es personal, se le dio a 15 rusos, entre ellos Alejandro I, Nikolay I, Alejandro II, Alejandro III, Nikolay II

“The Golden Fleece” – the oldest Spanish award, established in Gold, diamonds, silver, topaz. x cm mid XIX century Diamond Fund of Russia

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The Romanovs Jewelry ~ Daffodils Bouquet as Decoration for ladies dress corsage. Diamonds, gold, silver, enamel The second half of the century.

The Golden Fleece ornament with the Dresden White diamond (top). The center third of the   ornament which encompasses the Dresden Green diamond was saved from disassembly and remains part of the present ornament.

The Golden Fleece ornament with the Dresden White diamond (top). The center third of the ornament which encompasses the Dresden Green diamond was saved from dis assembly and remains part of the present ornament.

The Order of St Andrew, dating from 1800, belongs to the Russian crown jewels and is worth £2.7m.

Russian buyer snaps up £2.7m decoration that was worn by the tsar

The Order of St Andrew, dating from belongs to the Russian crown jewels and is worth ~ETS

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This diamond brooch was presented to Grand Duchess Ella in on the day of Nikolay II and her sister Alix's coronation. This jewel was one of six brooches made by Faberge by the order of Nikolay II to be given to Grand Duchesses.

The brooch belonged to The Romanovs since the 18th century - gold, silver, diamonds, and spinels. The biggest spinel was put into He Grand Imperial Crown of Russia. Kept by the Diamond Fund, The Kremlin, Moscow

The brooch belonged to The Romanovs (Paul I) since the century - gold, silver, diamonds & spinels. The biggest spinel was put into The Grand Imperial Crown of Russia. Kept by the Diamond Fund, The Kremlin, Moscow

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This brooch is one of four jewels that appears in a 1922 volume called The Russian Diamond Fund, recently uncovered in the rare-book room of the U. Geological Survey Library in Reston, Va. The four pieces are no longer part of the Russian collection.

Russian diadem / tiara and earrings  circa 1770. A wreath of roses and bees set with colored diamonds of yellow and pink. The leaves are enameled gold.  Each element of the wreath is reversible for versatility, and can be divided into 7 pieces. (from Munn's tiaras a history of slendour)

Russia's national treasure museum masterpiece - century necklet and earrings are decorated with gold, silver, diamonds & engraved enamel.

Napoléon’s signet ring:  Etienne Nitot (today: Chaumet) - c. 1809

Napoleon's signet ring - the only remaining example of 10 similar rings commissioned by Napolean from Chaumet which he gave to the commander of his Honor Guard, Hans de Bruyere. carats of diamonds

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Russian buyer snaps up £2.7m decoration that was worn by the tsar - Europe - World - Bella Donna

Russian buyer snaps up £2.7m decoration that was worn by the tsar

Sparkle - Russian Eagle Brooch, worn by Catherine II on Alexander Roslin portrait

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ The pearl and diamond brooch created as a present to the celebrity date of Alexander III and Maria, parents of Nikolay II. Their portraits in miniatures are performed on enamel according to national traditions of jewelry performance.  Was presented to the court and nobles close to the Imperial family. The end of the 19th century.

The Romanovs jewelry. The pearl and diamond brooch created as a present to…

The 'Great George' which belonged to King George III. Queen Victoria had the 8 large stones removed and clusters of smaller stones set in their place. The large stones were then placed at the front of her new collet necklace (the so-called Coronation necklace) which took the place of Queen Charlotte's.

George III's 'Great George' representing George and the Dragon, fashioned of gold with diamonds, sapphires, rubies and amethysts, in an oval of diamond rosettes:

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