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Napoleon Necklace. The (outer) Napoleon Necklace was given by Napoleon I to his second wife, Marie-Louise, to celebrate the birth of a son in 1811. | Located in: National Museum of Natural History © Smithsonian Institution/Corbis.

Napoleon Necklace. The (outer) Napoleon Necklace was given by Napoleon I to his second wife, Marie-Louise, to celebrate the birth of a son in 1811. | Located in: National Museum of Natural History © Smithsonian Institution/Corbis.

The Queen of the Moon Children (or Princess Eugenie's crown; wedding gift from hubby Napolean III)

The Queen of the Moon Children (or Princess Eugenie's crown; wedding gift from hubby Napolean III)

.When Marie-Louise of Habsburg (12.Dec 1791 - December 17, 1847), daughter of Emperor Francis I of Austria on 2 April 1810 the Emperor Napoleon I married, she brought in her rich dowry, a number of significant Jewellery invaluable to Paris. a sapphire parure of exquisite beauty, assembled from 46 light blue, light pink moldy ground sapphires same tint and in hundreds of diamonds of finest quality. , it is the actual wedding gift from the Emperor to his daughter. ROYAL MAGAZIN

.When Marie-Louise of Habsburg (12.Dec 1791 - December 17, 1847), daughter of Emperor Francis I of Austria on 2 April 1810 the Emperor Napoleon I married, she brought in her rich dowry, a number of significant Jewellery invaluable to Paris. a sapphire parure of exquisite beauty, assembled from 46 light blue, light pink moldy ground sapphires same tint and in hundreds of diamonds of finest quality. , it is the actual wedding gift from the Emperor to his daughter. ROYAL MAGAZIN

Chaumet wheat sheaf tiara designed in 1811 for Empress Marie-Louise, Napoléon’s second wife. She commissioned 150 bejewelled wheat stalks to form part of the Crown Jewels, which symbolised the modernity sweeping through France. http://gioiellis.com/fr/chaumet-vu-par-chaumet/

Chaumet wheat sheaf tiara designed in 1811 for Empress Marie-Louise, Napoléon’s second wife. She commissioned 150 bejewelled wheat stalks to form part of the Crown Jewels, which symbolised the modernity sweeping through France. http://gioiellis.com/fr/chaumet-vu-par-chaumet/

Parure en or et mosaïques de Marie-Louise (1810), par François-Regnault Nitot. Ancienne collection des Diamants de la Couronne.

Parure en or et mosaïques de Marie-Louise (1810), par François-Regnault Nitot. Ancienne collection des Diamants de la Couronne.

Empress Marie-Louise Diamond necklace given to her by Napoleon I after she gave birth to their son

Empress Marie-Louise Diamond necklace given to her by Napoleon I after she gave birth to their son

Empress Marie Louise's bridal crown

Empress Marie Louise's bridal crown

Tiara at the National Museum of Natural History belonging to Marie Antoinette's  great niece Empress Marie Louise.

Tiara at the National Museum of Natural History belonging to Marie Antoinette's great niece Empress Marie Louise.

Napoleon ordered this tiara in 1810 for his second wife, Marie Louise of Austria (Marie Antoinette’s niece). Napoleon understood that age-old saying, “Happy wife, happy life,” so he ordered all new jewels for Marie Louise instead of trying to snatch back the ones he’d bought for Josephine (like that would have worked anyway).   See a new tiara every Tuesday on http://JenniWiltz.com/blog. #tiaratuesday

Napoleon ordered this tiara in 1810 for his second wife, Marie Louise of Austria (Marie Antoinette’s niece). Napoleon understood that age-old saying, “Happy wife, happy life,” so he ordered all new jewels for Marie Louise instead of trying to snatch back the ones he’d bought for Josephine (like that would have worked anyway). See a new tiara every Tuesday on http://JenniWiltz.com/blog. #tiaratuesday

Emerald parure that belonged to Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria, Duchess of Parma and Empress of the French. The parure was a gift of Napoleon Bonaparte to Marie Louise on the occasion of their wedding and it includes a diadem, a necklace, earings, a comb and a belt clasp/brooch. Created by Etienne Nitot et fils, the parure is consisted of a total of 138 emeralds, 382 rose-cut diamonds and 2,162 brilliant-cut diamonds.

Emerald parure that belonged to Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria, Duchess of Parma and Empress of the French. The parure was a gift of Napoleon Bonaparte to Marie Louise on the occasion of their wedding and it includes a diadem, a necklace, earings, a comb and a belt clasp/brooch. Created by Etienne Nitot et fils, the parure is consisted of a total of 138 emeralds, 382 rose-cut diamonds and 2,162 brilliant-cut diamonds.