You didn't specify which photo in the thread you were referring to. I assume it was this one or the other one in which Daisy was shown in the tiara and earrings? I, also, think they are beautiful...and beautiful on her.
Thanks for thatI hate to burst the bubble, but these are not the Golden Poppies. This is Queen Margrethe's newest tiara, the Naasut Tiara. It was a 40th Jubilee present from Greenland along with the matching earrings. This tiara is a lot better than the Poppies...these are just golden flowers with no jewel bugs crawling through them!
Yes thats itYou didn't specify which photo in the thread you were referring to. I assume it was this one or the other one in which Daisy was shown in the tiara and earrings? I, also, think they are beautiful...and beautiful on her.
I saw a picture of the top half of a golden bouquet- but what does the rest look like ?Do you think all those flowers are native to Greenland? Very glam and blingy!
From the very brief things i can find on it it appaires to be soDo you think all those flowers are native to Greenland? Very glam and blingy!
I have to be a loyal subject and have HM Queen Elizabeth (the Queen of New Zealand) as my favourite - i mean all those brooches and pearls - we can rely on her to look queenlyThank you, LadyMaria; Daisys and Diamonds; Rad-Fan; and any other members I may be missing who have contributed to our knowledge about the Danish jewels, specifically the new Naasut tiara from Greenland. I come here for this expertise, this collective expertise borne of love of jewelry, that has propelled us into attempting to get the correct answers to what the origins of royal jewelry pieces are. I do not come to this thread for photographs of royal family members that are not jewelry related although I enjoy some historical discussion!I come for these wonderful moments when everyone pitches in and I learn a great deal. As I said, the collective expertise here is astounding.
I love yellow gold. I became excited when I thought that LadyMaria had made one of her new tiaras in yellow gold. I find the Danish golden jewelry to be distinctive and a cut above most royal jewels. I hope to look deeper into the gift from Greenland to Queen Margrethe.