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Al fallecer la Duquesa de Leuchtenberg, en 1851, la tiara fue heredada por su hija mayor, la entonces Reina Josefina de Suecia, por su matrimonio con el Rey Oscar I.Originalmente, la tiara se encontraba rematada por perlas, como podemos apreciar en la imagen de la Reina Josefina.

Al fallecer la Duquesa de Leuchtenberg, en 1851, la tiara fue heredada por su hija mayor, la entonces Reina Josefina de Suecia, por su matrimonio con el Rey Oscar I.Originalmente, la tiara se encontraba rematada por perlas, como podemos apreciar en la imagen de la Reina Josefina.

La nueva tiara se crearía en 1900 para la Reina Guillermina I de los Paises Bajos.

La nueva tiara se crearía en 1900 para la Reina Guillermina I de los Paises Bajos.

Queen Louise of Sweden as Crown Princess.  She was the second wife of Gustav VI, succeeding Margaret of Connaught, a maternal cousin.  Born Princess of Battenberg, became Lady Louise Mountbatten when her father gave up his German titles and became Marquis of Milford Haven.  The royal couple were happily married, but had no issue.  Louise was a little eccentric, and a great lover of democracy.

Queen Louise of Sweden as Crown Princess. She was the second wife of Gustav VI, succeeding Margaret of Connaught, a maternal cousin. Born Princess of Battenberg, became Lady Louise Mountbatten when her father gave up his German titles and became Marquis of Milford Haven. The royal couple were happily married, but had no issue. Louise was a little eccentric, and a great lover of democracy.

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François Gérard - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

François Gérard - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

King Oscar II and Queen Sofia of Sweden

King Oscar II and Queen Sofia of Sweden

Hedwig Elisabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp (Swedish: Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotta; 22 March 1759 – 20 June 1818) was Queen of Sweden and Norway as the wife of King Charles XIII and II. She was also a famed diarist, memoirist and witticist. She is generally known in Sweden by her full pen name in Swedish (above), though her official name as queen was Charlotte.

Hedwig Elisabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp (Swedish: Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotta; 22 March 1759 – 20 June 1818) was Queen of Sweden and Norway as the wife of King Charles XIII and II. She was also a famed diarist, memoirist and witticist. She is generally known in Sweden by her full pen name in Swedish (above), though her official name as queen was Charlotte.

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Luisa Reina de Dinamarca

Luisa Reina de Dinamarca

Tiara Mania: Sapphire Parure Tiara worn by Queen Emma of the Netherlands

Tiara Mania: Sapphire Parure Tiara worn by Queen Emma of the Netherlands

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