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    Order Of The Rose, Officer’s Breast Star, C.1900 - Brazil, Kingdom

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    Saw another beautiful Order on the site Emedals


    (Imperial Ordem da Rosa). Instituted October 17, 1829 by Dom Pedro I. In silver gilt, a six armed white enamelled cross with ball finials, affixed to a solid multi-rayed gilded plate with three pink enamelled roses on green enamelled laurels in each quadrant creating a wreath, the obverse medallion presents the hand-chiselled medallion of Pedro I, surrounded by a blue enamelled ring with the inscription AMOR E FIDELIDADE (Love and Fidelity), the reverse presents a single pin assembly, measures 54mm (w) x 52.9mm (h), weighs 37.4 grams, the edge of the white enamelled star near each ball finial and near the center are lightly engraved, the enamels are intact and the roses are in pristine condition, overall a extremely fine decoration of the utmost beauty.


    The Order of the Rose (Imperial Ordem da Rosa) was established in Brazil by Dom Pedro I on October 17, 1829, to commemorate his second marriage with Princess Amélie of Leuchtenberg on August 2, 1829. The Order was awarded to civilians, and military personnel, either Brazilians or foreigners, who distinguished themselves by their fidelity to the Emperor and by services rendered to the state.

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