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Autor:  choquero25 [ 26 Nov 2017 14:21 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

Que fotazo! Enhorabuena. Pensaba que la cruz estaba perdida, En la venta del collar de esmeraldas y diamantes de los Patiño de donde pendía no se incluyó. Una buena compra ha tenido que hacer Olimpia.

Autor:  pablo milstein [ 26 Nov 2017 14:38 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

No la compró se la regalaron

Autor:  Clara [ 26 Nov 2017 16:05 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

¿La que se presumía que fue herencia de Eugenia de Montijo? :surprised:

Autor:  pablo milstein [ 26 Nov 2017 16:14 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II


Autor:  Clara [ 26 Nov 2017 16:38 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

Vendida, subastada, perdida, también pensé que estaba. Queda genial pendida de ese collar.

Entonces, vamos a hacer un breve recorrido: de la Emperatriz Eugenia llega a Ena, quien la vende ya en el exilio a Antenor Patiño; Patiño subasta en su día el famoso collar de Cartier del que pendía la cruz de esmeralda, pero no así la cruz; de ahí, o de sus descendientes, llegamos a Olimpia. ¿Sí?

Con tu permiso, Pablo, voy a agrandarte las fotos. Así no hay que abrir la ventanita de ampliación de Postimage. :thumbup:

Autor:  Iselen [ 24 Ene 2018 22:12 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

No sé cómo poner lo de Instagram.

Vaya con Ena, que abras el abanico que te regaló tu madrina la emperatriz años después y se te caigan las esmeraldas encima :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Autor:  josefita [ 24 Ene 2018 23:21 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

Os habéis fijado en el parecido general de Olimpia con la duquesa de Cambridge, en la última foto?.

Hay fotos de Isabella Goldsmith con el collar y la cruz.
https://royal-magazin.de/spain/patino-e ... artier.htm.
Emerald Necklace of Madame Patiño incorporating "The Andean Cross" of Queen Victoria Eugenia
At Christies Geneva in November 2013. three superb jewels from the world famous collection of Bolivian tin tycoon, Simón Itturi Patiño, were offered for sale. These exceptional pieces featured rare gems of supreme quality.

The highlight was a magnificent emerald and diamond necklace by Cartier made in 1937, after they had purchased a rare emerald cross of 45 carats from Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain. Carved from one single gem, the cross, named ‘The Andean Cross,’ had belonged to Queen Isabel II of Spain as well as to Empress Eugenie of France.
To honour this extremely rare gem, Cartier selected over 100 carats of the best emeralds available at the time to create the stunning emerald and diamond necklace, as seen on the right. The necklace drew inspiration from the emerald sautoir owned by Victoria Eugenia.
The South American provenance of the emeralds, the historic ‘Andean Cross’ and the magnificent quality of the diamonds and emeralds charmed Simon Patiño, who purchased the necklace for his wife, Albina Rodriguez, in January 1938.
The Bolivian mining millionaire's son, Antenor Patiño Rodriguez married Maria Cristina de Borbón, Duchess of Durcal, in France in 1931. She was 17; he was 35. They had two daughters, Maria Cristina in 1932 and Maria Isabel in 1935. The younger of the Patiños’ two daughters, Maria Isabel, followed a path similar to her mother. At 19 she became pregnant and eloped to Scotland with Anglo-French financier James Goldsmith. He was 20; she was 19. In 1954, at seven months pregnant, Maria Isabel died of a cerebral hemorrhage. Her daughter, Isabel Goldsmith Patiño inherited the necklace.

At a later date, the cross was purchased by Van Cleef & Arpels and the necklace was shortened in order to create a pair of matching earrings which were also up for sale (on the left). The third piece was a 32ct cushion-shaped diamond ring by Chaumet.
At a later date, the cross was purchased by Van Cleef & Arpels and the necklace was shortened in order to create a pair of matching earrings which were also up for sale (on the left). The third piece was a 32ct cushion-shaped diamond ring by Chaumet.
Source: Christie's Geneva Press Release
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Autor:  manuesevilla [ 25 Ene 2018 14:32 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

Josefita, no puedo ver la foto, asi que la vuelvo a colocar por si le pasa lo mismo a otros foreros



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Autor:  manuesevilla [ 25 Ene 2018 14:45 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

La cruz

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Autor:  Clara [ 25 Ene 2018 15:53 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

Es que era una maravilla de collar. :love:

Cuántas joyas de los Borbones perdidas por el mundo.

Autor:  jabo [ 26 Ene 2018 00:23 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

Del collar de los Patiño lo único de procedencia Borbón era la cruz, y ha vuelto a la familia como nos descubre nuestro amigo Pablo Milstein.

Autor:  Carlos Hugo [ 27 Ene 2018 15:16 ]
Asunto:  Re: EL JOYERO DE VICTORIA EUGENIA II

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La infanta Beatriz con las aguamarinas de Ena

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