Emerald and Diamond Parure of Marie-Louise Empress of France
The term "parure" (pah-rur) that came into popular usage in France and later other European countries in the 17th century, refer to an entire wardrobe or suite of matching jewelry, which became a status symbol for the royalty, noble and wealthier classes.
After the smashing success of Gigi on Broadway, Audrey stepped into her first starring role in a Hollywood film and into the hearts of an adoring public. As Princess Anne in Roman Holiday, Audrey was immediately catapulted into the limelight and won the 1954 Oscar for Best Actress in her first American motion picture.
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