Art and design. And jewels. And now, all together in a Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum. If your next destinations include go to London, I want to recommend you a marvel of art room. The London Museum just devote a whole gallery to the jewels in all its glory.
Diamonds, sapphires, rubies, aquamarines, emeralds… a review by history from Napoleon to the Queen Isabel I; from the tsars to parts of Cartier, Chaumet, Boucheron, Tiffany…
The Gallery is called William and Judith Bollinger Jewellery Gallery, and its walls are more than 3,500 unique and exclusive, handmade pieces by the most prestigious craftsmen of New York, Paris, Petersburgo and London.
Two Tiaras Diamond Cartier; a box of Fabergé Tsar Nicolás II; diamonds of Catherine of Russia; Josefina Tiaras; Emerald of Napoleon. All a historical and artistic luxury you will crazy more than one and is very close to a lightning tour.
Which I present in the main picture is of 1905, a complement to Orchid-shaped hair done by hand with gold, diamonds and rubies. The blue is part of a corset, also in 1905, and is made of gold and aquamarine. And if you want to have parts on hand, enjoy editing in Book the Gallery, with more than 240 pages full color and without skimping details.