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En 1854 para la princesa Matilde Bonaparte, Theodore Fester realizó esté increiblemente maravilloso broche en oro y plata con diamantes.  Se conoce tiene 2.637 diamantes que pesan un total de 136 kilates. Sin contar otros 860 diamantes más pequeños. Luego de la muerte de la princesa en 1904 Cartier vendió éste broche a la señora Cornelius Vanderbilt III "Reina de la sociedad de Nueva York"

En 1854 para la princesa Matilde Bonaparte, Theodore Fester. en 1904 Cartier vendió éste broche a la señora Cornelius Vanderbilt III

Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt III (Grace Wilson) and her children Cornelius Vanderbilt IV and Grace Vanderbilt. She was the wife of Consuelo Vanderbilt's first cousin.  Their daughter Grace was at one time rumored to be engaged to Consuelo's son Lord Ivor Spencer-Churchill.

Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt III (Grace Wilson) and her children Cornelius Vanderbilt IV and Grace Vanderbilt. She was the wife of Consuelo Vanderbilt's first cousin. Their daughter Grace was at one time rumored to be engaged to Consuelo's son Lord Ivor Spencer-Churchill.

Infographic | Vanderbilts Explained | Famous American Families | Gilded Age | #american #history #people

Infographic | Vanderbilts Explained | Famous American Families | Gilded Age | #american #history #people

The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt

The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt

Tycoon's War: How Cornelius Vanderbilt Invaded a Country to Overthrow America's Most Famous Military Adventurer

Tycoon's War: How Cornelius Vanderbilt Invaded a Country to Overthrow America's Most Famous Military Adventurer

Floor plan rendering, of the NYC home of American socialite and businessman, Cornelius Vanderbilt 11, and his wife Alice. Located at: 1 West 57th Street, & 5th Avenue. American architect: George Browne Post - built during America's Gilded Age era, c.1883, demolished, c.1927. ~ {cwl}

Floor plan rendering, of the NYC home of American socialite and businessman, Cornelius Vanderbilt 11, and his wife Alice. Located at: 1 West 57th Street, & 5th Avenue. American architect: George Browne Post - built during America's Gilded Age era, c.1883, demolished, c.1927. ~ {cwl}

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