NOT "Habsburg Sapphire Parure of Empress Marie-Louise of France. Sapphire and diamond necklace, late 19th century. Sapphire and diamond brooch, late 19th century" How can it be both the empress's and be the late 19th c., as she died in 1847? Property of an Austrian nobleman sold at auction.
Deux broches "phoques" en or et saphirs pas René BOIVIN 🌟circa 1968 🌟 #morningkiss #reneboivin #boivin #biennale2016 #biennaledesantiquaires #martindudaffoy #brooch #sapphire #otarie #phoque #jewelry #jewellery #jewelrygram #precious #fashion #highjewelry
From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: Empress Marie Feodorovna's Sapphire Brooch-owned by the British Royal Family; it was given to Empress Maria Feodorovna (Princess Dagmar of Denmark) by her sister, Princess Alexandra and her husband Prince Edward (later Queen and King); after the revolution, Maria's jewels were sold. The brooch was bought by Queen Mary and bequeathed to Queen Elizabeth.
An antique sapphire jewel found in the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna's private apartments in the Anichkov Palace. It weighs 260 carats and is set in a typical Russian mounting encircled by 18 diamonds weighing 50 carats. Source: The Jewels of the Romanovs, by Stefano Papi.