camilla's rubies, the saudi prince and a very peculiar protocol - ruby necklace set
It is clear that this is one of the private gifts given to members of the royal family and is unlikely to be "cashed" in cash at some point in the future.
Former Mrs. Parker Bowles wore her latest necklace at a high class party in Pennsylvania over the weekend, which was purely a pleasure, this shows that the benefactor was told what would make her Prince of Wales.
It was the first time a ruby necklace has been made public since the Duchess of Cornwall received a private gift from members of the ruling royal family in last March, when she and Charles spent two days touring Saudi Arabia.
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Soldier Charles said Greetings from cyberspace forced the royal family to announce the gift, and members of Congress said Camilla escaped a snipe from American media, but in fact the Duchess of Cornwall would not use it as a biography of heir.
After her death, it will enter the Royal Collection and may be used by royal women of future generations.
However, how comfortable the necklace was to sit, it had an infinite number of diamonds and 37 matching rubies, carefully reaching out to settle down on top of Camilla's strip, for which Charles
Charles, a highly devout religious figure and Old Testament scholar, is well aware of Song of Solomon and its symbolic reference to a virtuous wife whose value "exceeds the Rubik's Cube ". The ruby —
The love that symbolizes passion
It is Camilla's favorite Stone, mainly because it is not related to Diana who likes Sapphire.
She also liked it because it was a stone connected to Mrs. Alice capbel, Charles's great mistress --
Great grandfather Edward VII.
In fact, she owned a ruby and diamond headwear belonging to Mrs. Keppel, and as early as 1989, Charles bought it at Sotheby's auction in Geneva.
When the prince married Diana
These rubies are synthetic, though, and diamonds are real.
She also has another ruby and diamond necklace, an antique with pendant drops, which is thinner and more refined than the breastplate she wore in Philadelphia.
For her, dazzling the United States with this amazing necklace is a measure of how much she likes it.
So how does her generous benefactor know so precisely what will satisfy her?
It was accepted that the Clarence palace was called and expressed the hope of giving gifts to the Duchess.
Do they know what she wants to receive?
The court proceedings of the past were handled by Prince Charles's former personal assistant, Michael Fawcett, for these delicate negotiations.
Of course, Fawcett remained at the center of the Prince's life within three years of his departure, as Peat reported misconduct by the Charles family --
When the Prince was found to have made a profit of £ 23,000 from the donor's gift sale.
The man, known as "Fawcett FAFU", because of his campaign to sell unwanted royal gifts on behalf of the Prince, is likely to be the one on the other end of the benefactor's phone, silk explains what will please the Duchess.
Once a piece of jewelry has been decided, his response to such an appeal is to list what is not wanted --
Sapphire topped the list.
When the close relationship between Charles and ruthless and corrupt oil tycoon Amang hammer emerged, clues emerged about how the system was running --
Major donors to Prince's charitywas revealed.
Hammer sent gifts and favors to Charles and Diana. after his death in 1990, his files were found bulging with his hands. written thank-
Letters from both of you
"I got a lovely necklace and made such a special design with Jade," Diana wrote in her round handwriting . ".
"I don't have such a thing, so I thank you very much for thinking about me like this.
Of course, she didn't have anything like that before.
The usual phone call has been made and the hammer has been directed to the necklace he gave her.
Another letter two years later wrote again: "jade necklaces and matching earrings are the most unusual and I have never seen before.
Charles's letter is also full of thanks.
"My dear Dr. Hammer," he will write, "We are all very moved and you should have thought of sending us a particularly beautiful Christmas present.
Charles always signs the agreement with the warmest blessing and eternal satisfaction.
By the way, this is for a liar who is one of the most corrupt giants of modern times.
A letter of equally warm bread and butter
As the nobles say thank youyou notes —
The generous figure has shown the Duchess of Cornwall her latest jewelry in recent months.
Judging from the speed at which Clarence Palace announced that the necklace would not be passed on to Camilla's family, it is clear that things have changed since the Peat report in 2003.
This exposes a dirty habit of not wanting a private gift, therefore, the habit of regularly entering the window of the London salon and antique shop, who they sold in cash
The classic case of this type is 500,000 of jewelry 2ft-
Long model of silver dhow
A traditional Arab ship.
On 1981, the Emir of Bahrain gave Charles and Diana as wedding gifts.
About 19 years later, its dedication plaque to the Prince and Princess was stripped off and sold at auctioneer Spink and Son for £ 30,000.
The respected London Middle East art dealer sincerely bought it for £ 1,200 from a private hand who later worked at the Kensington Palace.
The discovery of the dhow in the window of spax triggered a major police investigation that led to the failure of the prosecution of Princess Diana's former housekeepers, Paul Burrell and Harold Brown.
But the gift to the royal family continues.
A former Royal assistant said God knows how much they have accumulated in a year.
"Other figures such as the Arab rulers and the Sultan of Brunei have given them very valuable gifts --
It is their habit to be generous.
Only official gifts given during the event need to be sorted, displayed, rented or stored.
There are thousands of people from books, furniture, pens, statues, and even cars.
They are all national.
A person close to the royal family pointed out that since the Queen's reign, Arab dignitaries seem particularly happy to give away jewelry.
But they soon realized that Charles was very appreciative of the gift of jewelry for his wife.
First Diana, now Camilla, he said.
"I don't quite know what to say, but Charles seems to be" opened "by a woman decorated with jewelry.
Therefore, it is no wonder that Camilla's collection is expanding at such a rate. From those not-so-distant green-
When Camilla Parker Bowles had only one formal outfit, her taste for fine jewelry grew rapidly.
In addition to the wonderful work of the Queen's mother in the past, Charles "always" buys her things --
"He likes to see her in it very much.
Yesterday, when Charles and Camilla flew home, the £ 1 million ruby necklace carried with them was close to her.