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Nobel Jewels 2019: Crown Princess Victoria

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Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden dazzled on Tuesday evening at the annual presentation of the Nobel Prizes in Stockholm. Here's a closer look at her jewelry!




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Victoria chose a voluminous black-and-white gown for this year's presentation and banquet.


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The dress was made by Swedish-Eritrean designer Selam Fessahaye. Earlier this year, she wore a pink gown by the same designer for the Polar Music Prize.


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Victoria kept her jewels relatively streamlined for the occasion, wearing all-diamond jewels with the eye-catching gown.


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She chose a tiara that has become closely associated with her, the Baden Fringe Tiara, for the evening.


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Here's another look at the classic sunburst fringe tiara from the banquet.


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With the tiara, she wore a small diamond riviere and diamond drop earrings. The earrings were originally part of Queen Josefina's Diamond Stomacher Necklace.


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She secured the sash of the Order of the Seraphim with one of the family's sparkling diamond rose brooches.


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On her left wrist, she wore a stack of delicate bracelets.


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What's your take on Victoria's jewels for this year's Nobels?