The jewelry collection, which once belonged to Napoleon Bonaparte’s adopted daughter, is now being auctioned in Switzerland. It is 200 years after the death of the French emperor.
Christie’s Auction House calls this the most important auction, which is likely to take place only once in a lifetime. The jewelry collection, which once belonged to Napoleon’s adopted daughter, Princess Stephanie, will be auctioned in Switzerland in May. In early April, in the Netherlands, where the special collection is currently located, journalists will be shown diamond and sapphire jewelry, as well as a special tiara, earrings, pendants and bracelet.
Christie’s jewelry specialist Lucas Builer says: “2021. 200 years since Napoleon ‘s death. The family has apparently decided that this is a good time to say goodbye to the jewels that have been with them for generations. ”
Jewelry with a myriad of diamonds and nearly 40 sapphires was brought from what is now Sri Lanka. The auction house does not reveal the identity of potential buyers.
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