Re: 'La Paiva' Diamonds for Queen Sofia of Spain?
Posted by VeronikaN on May 23, 2012, 2:36 am, in reply to "Re: 'La Paiva' Diamonds for Queen Sofia of Spain?"
Boris, thanks. I feared that there is no serious foundation to the story unless one of you here found any other reliable source for it. |
: I'm very sorry, but 'Krone Bunt' is definitely
: no reliable source on anything... let alone
: royal jewels.
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: Perhaps just a newspaper hoax? Unfortunately
: without citing sources ...
: Die Krone (Daily newspaper Austria),
: Translation of the header and first
: The busy King Juan Carlos gives his wife
: Sofia for the golden wedding on the 14th May
: jewelry reportedly worth millions, that
: once belonged the famous 'La Paiva'.
: A suitable peace offering? Well, Paiva was
: the most famous courtesan of Paris, and was
: eventually preserved in an alcohol-tank.
: What bestow royal spouses to each other on
: important occasions? In general, precious
: jewelry, after all, the descendants of the
: dynasty should also benefit and the treasure
: house to be increased.
: So now Queen Sofia of Spain will receive on
: the occasion of the golden wedding
: anniversary very special jewelry: a
: historical diamond ensemble worth billions.
: The first owner of these gems? The famous
: 'La Paiva'. Whether the Spanish court knows
: details about this lady?
: The rest of the text is only about 'La
: Paiva', Countess of Henckel-Donnersmark.
: Ursula has informations about the yellow
: diamonds on her lovely site: