Royals of Romania

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Queen Marie of Romania (1875 - 1938), with crown made from gold from Transylvania, with turquoises, moonstones and (poss) amethysts.

ROMANIA ~ Queen Marie of Romania looking like old world royalty, or a silent screen star

Crown of Queen Marie of Romania - the trailing bit for the back, and not a coin shape.

Crown of Queen Marie of Romania - the trailing bit for the back, and not a coin shape.

Falize Brothers (active France, 1897–1919), Coronation Crown of Queen Marie of Romania (replica), 1923, silver-gilt with amethysts, turquoise, rubies, peridots, moonstones and velvet. Gift of Alma de Bretteville Spreckels, 1951.07.193. Collection of Maryhill Museum of Art. The crown is based on ancient Byzantine designs for royal headpieces. It is set with amethysts, turquoise, rubies, peridot and moonstones, all chosen by Queen Marie for their symbolic connotations.

Falize Brothers (active France, Coronation Crown of Queen Marie of Romania (replica)

King Michael of Romania

Posts about Romanian Royal Family written by ColoRostariu

Crown Princess Marie of Romania dressed as Princesse Lointaine, Bucharest, 1896

Crown Princess Marie of Romania dressed as Princesse Lointaine, Bucharest, 1896 (or maybe she was channeling Princess Leia)

Queen Marie of Romania and youngest sister, Princess Beatrice, duchess of Galliera. Early 1920s,

Love the clothing of thr Royals Queen Marie of Romania and youngest sister, Princess Beatrice, duchess of Galliera.

King Michael and Queen Anne of Romania

Property of Queen Anne of Romania seen here with her husband King Michael I of Romania

Her Royal Highness Princess Marie of Romania (1900-1961)

Princess Marie of Romania, nicknamed Mignon, daughter of Queen Marie (nee Princess Marie of Edinburgh) and King Ferdinand. Marie later married King Alexander I of Yugoslavia(Serbia-Montenegro-Croacia).

1937, Olga with her husband and Prince Michael of Rumania

Prince and Princess Paul of Yugoslavia, Prince Michal of Romania

Queen Marie of Roumania Born into the British royal family, she was titled Princess Marie of Edinburgh at birth. Her parents were Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh and Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia.

Maria a Romaniei (Marie Alexandra Victoria, born Princess Marie of Edinburgh, grand-daughter of Queen Victoria), 1875 – Queen Consort of Romania from 1914 to as the wife of King Ferdinand.

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