Once a year London auction

Replica Bvlgari Jewelry

The once-a-year London auction will take place on the 26th, this auction is a very attractive crown. Everyone knows that the crown is a symbol of power and a luxury that everyone pursues. This crown was originally owned by Esperanza, the female official of the Victoria Queen Eugenie of Battenberg. The crown of this auction is very historic and has been more than 100 years old. It’s history.
On September 26th, a 1800-year-old crown of the Belle Époque, Meander, will be auctioned in Bonhams London. Designed and produced by Italian royal jeweler Replica Bvlgari Jewelry, this piece of jewellery is crafted with platinum and diamonds to create a delicate lace and floral totem. It can be split into two crowns of different shapes, and can also be worn as a collar, valued at 80,000-120,000. GBP. Notable items in the same auction include the 5.03ct Fancy Pink pink diamond, the 1910 diamond ring, the Replica Cartier Jewelry Volutes diamond bracelet and several Art Deco-style antique jewellery.
The Belle Epoque lasted from the end of the 19th century to the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, a golden age of relative peace and prosperity in the West. The aristocratic women of this period often wore a crown when attending private dinners, dances, opera houses, etc., as a status symbol of the upper class.
Chavarri Aldecoa, who wore the crown at the 1920 Madrid Royal Palace celebrations, took pictures. At that time, a diamond tassel was hung on the crown and decorated on the forehead. It is speculated that “Meander” may be modified with the change of aesthetic style.
Meander is made up of two crowns of different shapes, with a total weight of 33.50ct diamonds – the crown of the upper crown is arched, with a three-layer structure, decorated with “forget-me-not” pattern, Greek key and “laurel” The leaf pattern; the lower crown mimics the lace, holding the old and rose-cut diamonds in a slim platinum grid that can be flipped over to the collar.

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