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Russian Silver & Enamel Orthodox Cross c. 1700, Grand Duchess Anastasia Tsarskoe Selo Provenance - Antique Jewelry | Vintage Rings | Faberge Eggs

Empress Alexandra Feidorovna of Rusdia with her youngest daughter,Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikokaevna Romanova of Russia.

Aquamarine and diamond kokoshnik tiara (made in 1900). It is said to have been the personal property of the Tsarina Alexandra.

Aquamarine and diamond kokoshnik tiara (made in It is said to have been the personal property of the Tsarina Alexandra. The aquamarine and diamond kokoshnik tiara was made in It…

Martor ocular la sfârșitul unei dinastii: execuția Romanovilor | Historia

Martor ocular la sfârșitul unei dinastii: execuția Romanovilor | Historia

Martor ocular la sfârșitul unei dinastii: execuția Romanovilor | Historia

Photograph of Grand Duchesses Maria, Olga, Anastasia and Tatiana Nikolaevna of Russia in captivity at Tsarskoe Selo in the spring of Anastasia's King Charles Spaniel was called Jimmy and Tatiana's French Bulldog was called Ortino.

Rose Quartz is the crystal loving kindness. It awakens the positive, altruistic thoughts /actions which help create peaceful environments and harmony among people. As a healing crystal, Rose Quartz resonates with the heart Chakra and heals the body and mind allowing positive and regenerative energy flow. *Writeup by Snow Lion Crystals

I love crystals! I hang crystal ornaments on a mini tree in my office at Christmas, and have gorgeous pink, purple, white, and orange crystals on my desk. I even have a little pink crystal 'worry stone' I keep in my pocket when I travel. Its fun to rub

Jewels of the Romanoffs — Pala international

The Monomakh's Cap, before The Monomakh's Cap was the crown of all Muscovite Grand Princes and Tsars from Dmitri Donskoi to Peter the Great, who replaced it with the Imperial Crown of Russia in

Jewels of the Romanoffs — Pala international

After the 1917 revolution, Russia’s new rulers debated what to do with the crown jewels. This 1925 photo shows the collection. However, a 1922 album at the U. Geological Survey includes photos of four items that are missing from the 1925 photo.