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    In 1907, the Great Star of Africa was given to King Edward VII of England and set into the Royal Scepter. #The Royal Scepter is still used today by Queen Elizabeth



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    The Imperial State Crown (1937) is worn by the Queen at each State Opening of Parliament. One of the youngest crowns in the collection, it holds a number of much older gems. The crown was remade in 1937 after the previous frame weakened under the weight of the gemstones.

    The part of the scepter of Ekaterina II Russian Empress. The head of the scepter is crowned by one of the biggest diamonds in the world, Orlov that was presented to Ekaterina by her favorite Grigori Orlov

    The Cullinan I, or Great Star of Africa, weighs 530.4 carats and is part of the British Crown Jewels.

    The Sovereign's Sceptre with Cross that is set with the largest of the Cullinan diamonds known as the Star of Africa or Cullinan I that weighs 530.2 carats. The Sceptre is part of the Crown Jewels. britain tiara came from south africa Imperial State Crown: Worn by the Queen at the State Opening of Parliament, it is set with the Second Star of Africa, a 317-carat dazzler which was one of nine off-cuts from the Cullinan Diamond - the largest ever found - presented to Edward VII in 1907.

    110-carats and with an equally prodigious history, the Cullinan yellow asscher-cut diamond, The glorious yellow diamond originated in South Africa, making its way to the British crown jewels in 1907 under King Edward VII.

    Queen Elizabeth II (right) received this regal headpiece from her grandmother Queen Mary (left). Since then, the crown always appears with the Queen in important events.

    The Indian Emerald Necklace made with 24 Columbian gems. Jewels are set in platinum complimented with 100s of diamonds. Created in 1928-1929 by Cartier

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    Glove of Queen Elizabeth I

    The oldest surviving English crown,1370-80

    Watch and chatelaine, by Hippolyte Téterger, French (Paris), ca. 1870-78. Gold, platinum, and diamonds.

    Queen Elizabeth royal jewels

    All views of an antique sapphire and diamond ring with a 1.20 carat heart shaped center diamond. At Lang Antiques.

    24.78 Carat Pink Diamond

    A garniture of diamonds from the Court of Saxony. Dazzling accoutrements worn by an aristocrat at Court. The sword, scabbard and decorations are self-explanatory, but look at the bottom left of this picture: these are shoe buckles. Above are the smaller buckles that tied the breeches just under the knee. And note the set of diamond buttons, smaller (left) for the waistcoat and larger (center right) for the coat.

    World's largest faceted sapphire

    Royal Jewel Pendant of Queen Elizabeth.

    This is the ring of Queen Elizabeth I opened at the hinge to reveal an enameled portrait of her ca. 1575 and that of an unnamed woman dressed in Edwardian clothing. It may be her mother, Anne Boleyn.