: Enlarge the two top pendants, or the lowest
: brooch in the photo of Crown Princess
: Margaret of Sweden - they have clearly been
: I don't know how many rosette pendants it
: was, but this photo is not a reliable
: --Previous Message--
: Thank you for your input Knightship and the
: photos for comparison. You say that the
: photo of Crown Princess Margaret of Sweden
: taken in connection with the coronation of
: George V has been photoshopped. Is there any
: clear evidence that this is the case? From
: your photo of Queen Sofia in your post it is
: evident that emerald rosette pendants equal
: to the ones we have seen worn by Crown
: Princess Märtha and Queen Astrid did exists.
: And if now it is also true that Princess
: Margaretha had two of these, then there must
: have been either more than just three
: pendants originally or a fourth one made to
: match the original three. I am inclined to
: think that it would not really make much
: sense to make a fourth one just so that
: Princess Margrethe could have two. But of
: course, this is just pure speculation on my
: part. I am more inclined to think that more
: pendants did exists originally and that
: Queen Sofia only chose to wear three in that
: photo. Should a photo pre-photoshopped of
: Crown Princess Margaret come to light where
: she is only wearing three pendants (or none
: for that matter) for the coronation of
: George V then I will of course have to
: --Previous Message--
: Many have argued that there were seven
: pendants to the emerald parure necklace,
: referring to a photo of Crown Princess
: Margaret of Sweden (nee Connaught).
: However, the photo of Margaret is
: photoshoped and is a fake source in regards
: to the number of pendants and brooches to
: the parure.
: One can only spot two identical rosette
: pendants in the photo of Queen Sofia of
: Sweden (nee Nassau), i.e. three too make it
: Sofia might have had more rosette pendants,
: but I haven’t found any reliable source for
: this argument.
: Princess Ingeborg of Sweden (nee Denmark)
: inherited the emerald parure from her mother
: in-law and was pictured with a single
: rosette pendant.
: When Ingeborg’s daughters Astrid and Martha
: married into the Belgium and Norwegian royal
: family, they both received an emerald gift
: set from their parents with:
: one identical rosette pendant, individually
: pair of earrings and a brooch. (Astrid and
: Martha’s earrings and brooch have never been
: part of the emerald parure).
: (I have never seen any photo of the two
: emerald pendants given to Princess
: Margaretha that Glenn mentioned, so I know
: nothing about this).
: Queen Sofia with two and Princess Ingeborg
: with one emerald rosette pendant.
: Princess Martha and Astrid with the emerald
: wedding gift set from their parents with
: identical rosette pendants (someone might
: have a better photo of Astrid).
: Queen Sonja with Martha's rosette pendant,
: another squared emerald pendant and a
: squared emerald bracelet.
: I don’t know if the last two pieces are
: original pendants, or other parts of the
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