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Parure of Caroline Bonaparte Murat, Princesse française, Grand Duchess Consort of Berg and Cleves, Queen Consort of Naples and Sicily, Princess Consort Murat, Comtesse de Lipona

Parure of Caroline Bonaparte Murat, Princesse fran& Grand Duchess Consort of Berg and Cleves, Queen Consort of Naples and Sicily, Princess Consort Murat, Comtesse de Lipona

By tradition this piece, part of a set, is believed to have belonged to Caroline Murat (1782-1839), Queen of Naples. Their accompanying leather box is stamped with a crowned 'C' in gold. Documentary evidence in the archives of the Opificio in Florence and in the archives in Naples suggest that this parure, or set of jewelry, may have been produced in either centre.  See alt pin for tiara alone

Tiara and Earrings, Naples, about See pin lower down for the tiara alone, different angle.

Gold earrings set with lapis lazuli plaques inset with shells and pearls in pietre dure mosaic. Naples, Italy (possibly, made), ca. 1808, length: 5.4 cm, By tradition this piece, part of a set, is believed to have belonged to Caroline Murat (1782-1839), Queen of Naples. Their accompanying leather box is stamped with a crowned 'C' in gold.

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Caroline Murat. Napoleon's younger and power hungry-sister. Portrait by François Pascal Simon Gérard.

[Gold foliage tiara and parure, possibly grapevine, with pearls and grayish cabochons (lava?)] 1808 Caroline Murat outtake from family portrait

Yooniq images - CAROLINE (MARIE-ANONCIADE) Sister of Napoleon I (reigned as Queen of Naples 1808-1815)

Yooniq images - CAROLINE (MARIE-ANONCIADE) Sister of Napoleon I (reigned as Queen of Naples 1808-1815)

Archduchess Clementina of Austria (1798-1881), Princess of Salerno. Portrait 1839-1840

Archduchess Maria Clementina of Austria, daughter of Francis II and his wife Maria Amalia.

Princesses Lucien, Louise, Anna and Caroline Murat. 4 image CDV

Princesses Lucien Louise Anna and Caroline Murat 4 image CDV

Joyas de Margarita de Grecia

One of the most beautiful ruby parures was originally owned by Marie Alexandrovna, the Duchess of Edinburgh and Saxe-Coburg- Gotha. Only daughter of Tsar Alexandar II of Russia. Royal Jewels of the World

jewelry owned by Caroline Bonaperte Murat: neckace and erraing c. 1800-10, gold and cameos in glass paste; gold and coral tiara and comb, c. 1810; mourning necklace, made in steel, c. 1804

Jewelry owned by Caroline Bonaperte Murat: neckace and earrings, gold and cameos in glass paste; gold and coral tiara and comb, circa mourning necklace, made in steel, circa

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