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Royal Jewels

Royal Jewels

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HM Queen Elizabeth II State Crown

A diamond, ruby and enamel regimental badge brooch For the Royal Army Medical Corps, the central single-cut diamond entwined serpent within a single-cut diamond wreath with cabochon ruby accents, to a single-cut diamond and enamel crown surmount and blue enamel wreath base with the legend IN ARDIUS FIDELIS


British Royal jewels

Monogram of Catherine II the Great of Russia, 1770s-1780s; Hermitage Museum.

Sapphire stomacher from the aristocrat Duke of Portland family collection, matching the Portland tiara



Royal Family Jewels

RoyalDish - Tiara - page 66

Royal Jewels Of Princess Margaret

The royal jewels. I really want to learn more about them.

This white gold brooch, given to Queen Elizabeth II for her Diamond Jubilee by the Royal Horticultural Society, contains more than 100 precious jewels. Shaped like an iris, it holds 60 sapphires, 15 diamonds, 20 amethysts, 30 tourmalines, and a large yellow diamond in the center. Gorgeous! £40,000 I'd love to wear it once!

February 4 – June 10, 2012 Mall of America | Level 4 An award-winning exhibition celebrating the life and work of Diana, Princess of Wales. Direct from England, experience nine galleries with over 150 objects including Diana’s royal wedding gown, 28 designer dresses, family heirlooms, personal mementos, priceless jewels and rare home movies

The Royal Sceptre includes the 530.4 carat Cullinan I diamond, also known as 'Great Star of Africa', was cut by the Asscher Diamond Company. Scepter dates back to 1661. The Sceptre was especially redesigned after the discovery of the Cullinan diamond. The Great Star of Africa can be removed from the Sceptre to be worn as a brooch. Great Britain's Crown Jewels.

Crown of Queen Alexandra. The crown jewels are a unique collection of royal regalia and are still regularly used by the Queen in important national ceremonies. The crown of Queen Alexandra was a new consort crown, whose style was more akin to the European royal crowns, than the standard style of the British crowns. The arches were detachable, which like the crown of Queen Elizabeth, meant the crown could be worn as a circlet.

Bejeweled Wedding Cake with Opulent Jewels. No wonder King George went mad! He was likely driven to distraction by the opulent jewelry Englishwomen took to wearing during the 18th and early 19th centuries. This cake is a homage to those showstoppers, with four regal tiers of spearmint-hued fondant, royal icing piped to mimic pearl strands, and sparkling edible baubles, each ringed in a "pave setting" of royal-icing pearls.

Kate wearing the diamond leaf brooch given to the Queen Mum in 1939 by the people of Canada. Btw, this links to a wonderfully detailed website about the Royal Jewels.

In 1907, the Great Star of Africa was given to King Edward VII of England and set into the Royal Scepter.

Princess Diana, I have a feeling this photo was taken post divorce by the amount of skin shown and no royal jewels worn. by the Waxbitch, via Flickr

The Crown Jewels have been held in the Tower of London since 1303 following a theft from Westminster Abbey. © Historic Royal Palaces

Queen Mary's Crown. The crown jewels, part of the Royal Collection, are powerful symbols of the British Monarchy.

Royal Jewels: From Charlemagne to the Romanovs (Hardcover) 0865651930

Two centuries of royal jewels going on display to celebrate 60 years of Queen Elizabeth's reign.

1962: Regal. Her Majesty adorned in jewels at the Royal Variety Performance

British Royal Family Diamond Brooch - Yafa Signed Jewels found on Polyvore