London, UK. 19 October 2018. A model wears Marie Antoinette's jewels (L to R) diamond brooch, second half of the 18th century (Est. USD 50k-80k), natural pearl and diamond necklace three rows of 116 graduated pearls (Est USD200k-300k), natural pearl and diamond necklace (Est USD40k-70k), "Queen Marie Antoinette's Pearl", natural pearl and diamond pendant 18th century set (Est USD1m-2m), and pair of natural and pearl diamond pendant earrings, late 18th century (Est USD200k-300k). Credit: Stephen Chung/Alamy Live News

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London, UK. 19 October 2018. A model wears Marie Antoinette's jewels comprising (L to R) a diamond brooch, second half of the 18th century (Est. USD 50k-80k), a natural pearl and diamond necklace comprising three rows of 116 graduated pearls (Est USD200k-300k), a natural pearl and diamond necklace (Est USD40k-70k), "Queen Marie Antoinette's Pearl", a natural pearl and diamond pendant 18th century set (Est USD1m-2m), and a pair of natural and pearl diamond pendant earrings, late 18th century (Est USD200k-300k). Preview of Sotheby's “Royal Jewels from the Bourbon-Parma Family”, a family descended from Louis XIV of France, the Holy Roman Emperors and from Pope Paul III, with links to the most important ruling families of Europe. Led by a breath-taking group of jewels which once belonged to Marie Antoinette, queen of France, the collection of jewels will be offered for sale at Sotheby’s in Geneva on 14 November 2018. Credit: Stephen Chung / Alamy Live News

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