Brautschmuck der Fürstin Charlene von Monaco |Princess Caroline of Monaco | Casiraghi Grimaldi |Royal Diamond Demi Parure | Jewels
Eine antique Demi-Parure, die sowohl als Brosche, Haarbandeau, Diadem und Devante de Corsage getragen werden kann. Ein Schmuckstück aus naturalistischen Blüten, Knospen und Blättern aus Diamanten, Gold und Silber gefertigt.
Wedding Tiara Princess Charlene of Monaco|Princess Caroline of Hanover|Royal Flower Buds and Leaf Diamond Spray Brooch Demi Parure|Grimaldi Jewelry
Charlene’s hair was swept up into a tight chignon. “I’m not wearing a tiara,” she said. “Instead, Princess Caroline has lent me some beautiful diamond hair clips which belonged to her grandmother. I did have a tiara made by Van Cleef & Arpels but I decided to put it on display at the Oceanographic Museum, and I will wear it for my first official engagement.”
A Family piece Princess Caroline inherited from Princess Charlotte. This was said by Princess Charlene in her Interview which accompanies the photos of her preparing for the Wedding.It was a lent to Princess Charlene as bridal tiara, diamond hair ornament.
Anchoring the veil was not a tiara, as I had hoped, but a diamond hair ornament thought to be a 19th century piece on loan from Princess Caroline, who usually wears the floral pieces as brooches.
The jewels above worne by the Princess Charlene as bridal jewelry, are part of the rose flower and buds spray brooch demi parure of diamonds, in naturalistic style of Princess Caroline of Monaco. The piece of diamond jewelry she was wearing in her hair is part of the so called “Traine de corsage“.
Sources: U.Butschal;;19th century french jewellery- Henry Vever;
Princess Charlottes Royal Jewels Cartier Sapphire-Parure