Stephanie De Beauharnais Neckace

The emerald and diamond necklace which has matching earrings formed part of the marriage parure of Stephanie de Beauharnais, a relative of the Empress Josephine, who was married in 1806 to the heir of the Grand Duke of Baden.
The stones were mounted in open back settings which were very delicate. The diamonds were set in silver and lined with gold.

The parure was broken up after the second world war and the necklace and earrings were acquired by Count Tagliavia, whose widow Countess Margharita Tagliavia presented them to the Victoria and Albert Museum in memory of her son.

Our replica is made as near as possible to the original. It is finished in silver plating

Item No:  700-014

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