Queen Victoria Wedding Lace Portrait Necklace

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Queen Victoria Painting in a high quality setting with a domed glass cabochon frame..jpg
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Queen Victoria Painting in a high quality setting with a domed glass cabochon frame..jpg

Queen Victoria Wedding Lace Portrait Necklace

9.00

This beautiful necklace depicts a portrait painted by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1847, as an anniversary present from Queen Victoria for Prince Albert on 24th February 1847. Queen Victoria loved her wedding dress, and she repurposed it for other events. The flounce was removed and her daughter Beatrice used it in her own wedding outfit. The gown itself has been carefully conserved and is today on display in Kensington Palace, along with other artifacts of Victoria’s long life, including dolls she played with as a child, jewelry, and letters and diaries. The pendant is a high quality setting with a domed glass cabochon frame. It was made custom for the VDC. It comes in a little gift baggie with an extra VDC themed surprise!

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