Today marks the 25th Anniversary of the Death of Daphne Fielding, Marchioness of Bath, who passed away on this day in 1997! The aristocratic ‘Bright Young Thing’ who was married to the 6th Marquess of Bath for 26 years and later became a noted author of books on High Society, we are using the opportunity to feature the spectacular Bath Tiara!
Today marks the 50th Anniversary of the death of Cynthia, Countess Spencer, who passed away on this day in 1972! The daughter of the Duke of Abercorn who married the 7th Earl Spencer and was a Lady of the Bedchamber to the Queen Mother for 35 years, Lady Spencer is perhaps best known for being the grandmother of Diana, Princess of Wales and also possessed the spectacular Jewellery Collection of the Spencer Family, the highlight of which are the Honeysuckle Tiara and Spencer Tiara but today we are featuring another important family heirloom; the Spencer Tourmaline Brooch/Pendant!
Today marks the 105th Anniversary of the Birth of Princess Anne of Denmark, who was born on this day in 1917! The niece of Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, she married and divorced Viscount Anson before marrying Prince George Valdemar of Denmark, who was closely related to the Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Belgian, and Luxembourg Royal Families, so Princess Anne wore a variety of splendid jewels, which included this spectacular Diamond Necklace! Continue reading
The Prince and Princess of Wales have been in Boston this week to attend the second annual Earthshot Prize Awards Ceremony, which was the culmination of three days of engagements. The Earthshot Prize is inspired by President John F. Kennedy’s ‘Moonshot’, whose Presidential Library and Museum are based in Boston. Continue reading
The Prince and Princess of Wales have been in Boston this week to attend the second annual Earthshot Prize Awards Ceremony. The Earthshot Prize is inspired by President John F. Kennedy’s ‘Moonshot’, whose Presidential Library and Museum are based in Boston. This is the Prince and Princess’ third visit to the United States.