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The Russian Pink Topaz Demi-Parure owned by the Swedish royal family! One of the most gorgeous topaz sets we’ve seen in our opinion! The set consists of four pieces, a necklace, a small rounded brooch, a larger multi stoned brooch and a set of earrings which detach from the necklace!
What people don’t know about this set is that although its now owned by the Swedish royals it’s history began in the early 19th century imperial Russia. In 1804, Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna, one of the daughters of Tsar Paul I of Russia, married Carl Friedrich, the Hereditary Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. Maria Pavlovna was a granddaughter of Catherine the Great and the sister of various European rulers and consorts, including Tsar Nicholas I, Queen Catherine of Wurttemberg, and Queen Anna of the Netherlands. The marriage of the daughter of an emperor required important and lavish presents and this set was amongst them.
The couple had three surviving children and left the set to the middle daughter Augusta. It was at this point that the set made its way to Sweden by gradually being passed down to Augusta’s granddaughter, Princess Victoria of Baden who married the Crown Prince Gustaf of Sweden in 1907.
The set has thankfully been passed down and seen in the public eye frequently- most notably by Queen Silvia. The queen has worn the topazs on a number of occasions, including the wedding of her eldest daughter Princess Victoria in 2010!