Prince Albert gave this to Queen Victoria as a anniversary gift. The little oranges symbolize their children. He had it custom made for her and added the additional pieces over the following years. Victoria always wore the tiara on her wedding anniversary even after his death.

Royal Tiara Challenge 17 Day Favorite Tiara Made From Unusual Materials Queen Victoria’s Orange Blossom Parure It’s a part of a parure but this is the only Tiara Made From Unusual Materials I like!

Queen Victoria's Orange Blossom Parure, c1839. Materials: Gold, white porcelain. Prince Albert gave this to Queen Victoria as a anniversary gift. He had it custom made for her and added additional pieces over the following years. Victoria always wore the tiara on her wedding anniversary even after his death. The box is inscribed “Sent to me/ by dear Albert/ from Wiesbaden/ Novr. 1839.″

Pair of brooches in the form of a sprig of orange blossom with gold leaves and white porcelain flowers; one in a green leather box mounted with plaque,.

Sapphire and diamond brooch given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert   the day before their wedding, 1840. You see it occasionally on Queen Elizabeth.  [The Royal Collection Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II]

albert brooch - a gift from Prince Albert to Queen Victoria on their wedding day. Albert designed the sapphire brooch himself.

The Prince Albert Sapphire Brooch is among the wealthiest pieces in Queen Elizabeth's Collection. It was originally given to her by the Queen Mother, who in turn, was given it by Queen Victoria. #AntiqueJewelry #RoyalJewels

The Prince Albert Sapphire Brooch is among the wealthiest pieces in Queen Elizabeth's Collection. It was originally given to her by the Queen Mother; and the Queen Mother received it from Queen Victoria.

Prince Albert's Sapphire Brooch, also known as Queen Victoria's Wedding Brooch.  Prince Albert presented this large oblong sapphire set in gold and surrounded by 12 round diamonds to Queen Victoria on February 9, 1840 - the day before their wedding.   She left his brooch to the Crown in her will alongside other important pieces of state jewelry. It's been worn by queens ever since.

Queen Victoria’s Wedding Brooch ~ 1840 ~ Sapphire, diamonds and gold The day before her wedding, Queen Victoria recorded the gift from ‘dearest Albert’ of ‘a splendid brooch, a large sapphire set round with diamonds.

Star of the Order of the Garter. c. 1820. Presented by Queen Victoria to Prince Albert.

Star of the Order of the Garter. The Queen presented Prince Albert with a spectacular set of Garter insignia on 8 February, two days before their wedding. The star was probably first made for George IV

Queen Victoria's miniature crown measures just 3.5" across by 4" high, but contains an astonishing 1,200 diamonds.  Made by Garrard, designed to be worn over the veil Victoria adopted following the death of Prince Albert.

Queen Victoria's miniature crown measures just across by high, but contains an astonishing diamonds. Made by Garrard, designed to be worn over the veil.

An important tiara, designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria, who is seen wearing it in the painting by Winterhalter of 1842. She wore this delicate jewel on her first public appearance after Albert's death, recording the event in her diary. It is set with diamonds and sapphires. Private Collection.

Tiaras of the British Royal Family; Part 2 Lotus Flower Tiara Fife Tiara Queen Victoria’s Sapphire Coronet George IV State Diadem

Queen Victoria's Sapphire and Diamond Crown - Now is a part of the collection of the Lascelles family.  It was one of four tiaras that Prince Albert had created for Queen Victoria.  In 1922 George V gave the coronet to Princess Mary as a wedding gift.   The tiara has been seen being worn by members of the Earl of Harewood.

The 10 Most Incredible Sapphire Tiaras of All Time

Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond Crown – Now is a part of the collection of the Lascelles family. It was one of four tiaras that Prince Albert had created for Queen Victoria. In 1922 George V gave the coronet to Princess Mary as a wedding gift.

One of Queen Victoria's tiaras made with white diamonds and cabochon emeralds. It was designed by her husband Prince Albert. What a man!

A Look at Royal Tiaras — Who doesn’t want to wear one?!

royals-and-quotes: British Royal Jewels - Queen Victoria’s Emerald and Diamond Tiara Designed by Prince Albert (Queen Victoria’s husband) in the Gothic Revival style. It was made of emeralds and diamonds set in gold by Joseph Kitching in 1845 at cost of

1830s miniature double locket of Prince Albert and Queen Victoria

Gold locket Prince Albert sent to Queen Victoria from Coburg before they were married, containing his miniature portrait.

Minitaure of Prince Albert; bust-length, in evening dress with the ribbon of the Order of the Garter. Set in a flexible gold bracelet clasp supplied in 1860 by Garrards (RA GL, 29 November 1860), the lid with engraved inscription ALBERT / 1840 and applied floral decoration; the reverse with four-leaf clover and engraved inscription Coburg 1st October 1860 and pendant shell, engraved from Victoria / 1st Feb 1858, containing photograph of Victoria, Princess Royal; the gold bracelet wi...

Gold bracelet with miniature of Prince Albert, and smaller miniature of Princess Victoria, Princess Royal.

Queen Victoria's bracelet, composed of gold, porcelain, elastic and transfer printed photograph. This bracelet was worn constantly worn by Queen Victoria. This was one of a group of jewels placed in the ‘Albert Room’ at Windsor Castle after the Queen's death in 1901. This was the room in which Prince Albert had died in 1861 and the Queen left instructions for a specific list of personal jewellery to be placed there and not passed on in the family. #Victorian

Queen Victoria's bracelet, composed of gold, porcelain, elastic and transfer printed photograph. This bracelet was worn constantly worn by Queen Victoria. This was one of a group of jewels placed in the ‘Albert Room’ at Windsor Castle after the Queen's death in 1901. This was the room in which Prince Albert had died in 1861 and the Queen left instructions for a specific list of personal jewellery to be placed there and not passed on in the family. #Victorian

Queen Victoria's State Jewelry: "The Oriental Circlet," 1853. Diamonds, rubies, gold. The inspiration for the design of this tiara, which includes ‘Moghul’ arches framing lotus flowers, came from Prince Albert who had been greatly impressed by the Indian jewels presented to the Queen by the East India Company. It was originally set with opals which were Prince Albert's favorite stone. It was later altered by Queen Alexandra and reset with rubies.

Victoria & Albert: Art & Love & Teeth!

The Oriental Made of diamonds, rubies, gold. Made for Queen Victoria. The inspiration for the design, which includes ‘Moghul’ arches framing lotus flowers, came from Prince Albert who had been greatly impressed by the Indian jewels presented to the Queen.

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