Regalia Collection: Historical jewelry
The Bonebakker Regalia Collection was presented in the crown year 2013. In that year, on April 30, Willem-Alexander succeeded his mother, until then Queen Beatrix, as king. This change of throne is strongly linked to the Bonebakker house, which in 1840 made the Dutch Imperial Crown on behalf of King Willem II. For his coronation, Willem II does not want to wear the same crown as his predecessor. Moreover, he insists that his inauguration ceremony will be the most spectacular ever to take place in the Netherlands.
Silver and gemstones
The crown he wants to wear should match that. Aiming to impress in a royal manner, the historic design consists of a heavy silver-gilt crown with various precious stones set in gold. The crown is still worn during the investiture of Dutch monarchs. Most recently in 2013.
The crown piece in the Bonebakker Regalia Collection is an 18-carat yellow gold royal crown ring. This consists of a gold band set with precious stones. The rubies, sapphires and emeralds are cut and set exactly as on the silver-plated crown from 1840. With the collection of 18-carat yellow gold rings decorated with elements from the royal crown, you can create your own variation of the royal crown on your finger.
Bonebakker Regalia collection, jewellery with royal allure
Rings and earrings from the Bonebakker Regalia Collection are inspired by the royal crown that plays an important role in Bonebakker’s history. The shapes of a crown are therefore recognizable. In addition, each piece of jewelry bears majestic rubies, sapphires or emeralds. The collection evokes feelings of tradition, but at the same time fits with the elegance of today’s women.