Re: Queen Olga of Greece's jewels inherited by her children
Posted by SarahN on July 23, 2012, 9:54 pm, in reply to "Re: Queen Olga of Greece's jewels inherited by her children"
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: Here is a great closeup I meant to
: post....better late then never
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: The information of how where the late Queen
: Olga of Greece's jewels divided among her
: children, we can either take from very rare
: sources, or we can assume by the photos of
: their male children's wives.
: For instance, we can assume the following:
: - the emeralds set went to HM the King
: Constantine I, since they were worn by his
: son's wife, Princess Elizabeth of Romania.
: - the ruby set went to Nicholas, husband of
: HIH the Grand Duchess Helen Wladimirowna of
: - the important diamond and pearls corsage
: brooch and maybe other pices too went to
: Prince George, the husband of the flamboyant
: Princess Marie Bonaparte. Their heirs
: recently sold the diamonds and pearls
: corsage brooch and an important sapphire
: parure, but I think the latter belonged to
: Princess Marie of Greece, then to her
: daughter Princess Eugenie Radziwil, then
: Princess Della Torre e Tasso.
: - the turquoises parure went to the youngest
: male, Prince Christopher of Greece,
: according to his son, Prince Michael of
: Any other information on this subject? Thank
: you in advance.
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