Designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria, this tiara is set with sapphires & diamonds and can be seen in the 1842 portrait of the Queen by Winterhalter.
Queen Victoria’s Emerald and Diamond Tiara. Queen Victoria had a remarkable large collection of jewelry set with some of the most expensive of jewels in the world such emeralds, rubies, diamonds, sapphires and pearls. Amongst all her jewels, it is said that Queen Victoria's Emerald and Diamond Tiara" was one her most esquisite tiaras in her collection. Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg/ Gotha designed the tiara for his wife showing off his creative
6⃣ child of Prince Albert (1819-1861) & Queen Victoria (1819-1901) & wife of John George Edward Henry Douglas Sutherland Campbell (1845–1914) Marquess of Lorne, 9th Duke of Argyll. Princess Louise Caroline Alberta (1848-1939) Duchess of Argyll.
Made for Queen Victoria in 1853. Originally set with opals because Prince Albert liked them.
Gold and enamel thistle brooch belonging to Queen Victoria, English, 1847. The white "blossom" of the thistle is actually a baby tooth from Princess Victoria, the Queen's oldest child. The girl lost this, her first baby tooth, while the royal family was visiting Ardverikie, by Loch Laggan in Scotland. To commemorate the event, Prince Albert had the tooth made into a brooch in the shape of a thistle, the symbolic wildflower of Scotland, and gave it to his wife.
The tiara was designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria, is set with sapphires and diamonds and can be seen in the portrait of the Queen by Winterhalter in 1842.
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, 1854
1882 wedding photo of Princess Helena of Waldeck-Pyrmont, who became the wife of Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany (the youngest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert).
In 1851, Patek Philippe started supplying its watches to Queen Victoria and her consort, Prince Albert.
Queen Victoria's Schleswig-Holstein (Helena & Christian) grandchildren, Prince Christian Victor, Princess Helena Victoria, & Prince Albert in front. Princess Marie Louise standing in back. Of these grandchildren only one, Prince Albert, reproduced, but his daughter was illegitimate & placed with a foster family soon after birth, effectively ending Helena's branch of Queen Victoria's family tree.
Queen Victoria and Albert, Prince Consort. “I NEVER, NEVER spent such an evening!!! MY DEAREST DEAREST DEAR Albert … his excessive love & affection gave me feelings of heavenly love & happiness I never could have hoped to have felt before! He clasped me in his arms, & we kissed each other again & again! His beauty, his sweetness & gentleness – really how can I ever be thankful enough to have such a Husband! … to be called by names of
The Prince Albert brooch give to Queen Victoria by Albert the day before their wedding in 1840. Victoria wore it on her wedding day. Such rich color doesnt even look real~
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Fan presented to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert on her 39th birthday. May 1858.
Family portrait: Queen Victoria with Prince Albert and their nine children.
Whoa, necklace of stag teeth given by Prince Albert to Queen Victoria. Beautiful.
Ravishing: Princess Louise was the fourth daughter and sixth child of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert
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Prince Albert Victor, Grandson of Queen Victoria - portrait taken by W. & D. Downey, London - late 1860s
Prince Pieter-Christiaan and his wife Princess Anita of The Netherlands arrive at the Old Church in Delft, The Netherlands, for the memorial of Prince Friso, 02.11.13.
Queen Victoria With Prince Albert Victor of Wales, Princess Victoria of Hesse, Prince George of Wales, Princess Elizabeth of Hesse, 1871
"Queen Victoria With Her Grandchildren Prince Albert Victor of Wales, Princess Victoria of Hesse, Prince George of Wales, Princess Elizabeth of Hesse, 1871"
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The marriage of Princess Helena Augusta Victoria (1846-1923), Parents Prince Albert (1819-1861) & Queen Victoria (1819-1901) & Prince Christian I of Schleswig-Holstein of Schleswig-Holstein (1831–1917) by Christian Karl Magnussen, Parents Christian, Duke of Augustenborg (1798-1869) & his 2nd cousin Countess Lovisa-Sophie Danneskjold-Samsøe (1797–1867).
Williams, photograph of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, and their daughter Victoria, Princess Royal, on her wedding day, 25 January 1858. Copyright 1994 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Princess Victoria, Princess Royal and eldest daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Became German Empress and Queen of Prussia upon
Luvranzh, the estate of Prince Marescotti Ruspoli & his wife Decius in the Belgian town of Vavre