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QE II Maple Leaf Brooch

The diamond Maple Leaf brooch was given to Queen Elizabeth (later The Queen Mother), by her husband King George VI in advance of their 1939 Canadian tour. The Queen Mother treasured the brooch until her death, whereupon it passed to The Queen.

Among the many jewels bequeathed by Mrs Greville to Queen Elizabeth later Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother  in 1942 was a large and beautiful brooch in diamonds of Victorian Edwardian style.

The Greville bow brooch: a very large diamond bow brooch inherited by Queen Elizabeth later the Queen Mother (who has worn it rarely) from Mrs Margaret Greville. Now inherited by Queen Elizabeth II who has never worn it (at least in public).

The Queen’s priceless Flame Lily brooch. It is thought to feature around 300 diamonds on a platinum base and was 21st birthday present to Princess Elizabeth from all 42,000 school children in southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Each child had donated  three pence to pay for the brooch which was created in the shape of the flame lily, a national flower of the country. The brooch was made in Africa in 1947.

Queen’s Flame Lily Brooch, a birthday present from the children of Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Every child in the former colony donated a ‘tickey’ — a three-pence coin — to raise the funds.

Queen Elizabeth’s Canadian Maple Leaf Brooch was a present from George VI to his wife ahead of their 1939 tour of Canada. The Queen Mother treasured the brooch until her death in 2002, whereupon it...

Queen Elizabeth’s Canadian Maple Leaf Brooch was a present from George VI to his wife ahead of their 1939 tour of Canada. The Queen Mother treasured the brooch until her death in whereupon it passed to the Queen. She, in turn, lent it to the Canada-

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The Vanguard Rose Brooch: In Princess Elizabeth launched the ship HMS Vanguard and was presented with this antique diamond brooch by Messrs. John Brown, the shipbuilder. It is in the shape of a wild rose with leaves, the stem tied with a small bow.

The Williamson Diamond Brooch A wedding gift to the Queen Elizabeth II from Canadian geologist Dr John Williamson, who unearthed the 23.6 carat pink centre gem.

The Williamson Diamond Brooch A wedding gift to the Queen Elizabeth II from Canadian geologist Dr John Williamson, who unearthed the carat pink centre gem.

Star of the Order of the Garter. This one was made for Queen Victoria in 1838.

Diamond covered Star of the Order of the Garter. This one was made for Queen Victoria in brooch britain royals st.

State Armoury Museum of the Moscow Kremlin – A Russian Treasure House

The Russian Imperial Crown. First used at the Coronation of Catherine the Great and last used at the coronation of Nicholas II. The magnificent crown holds the second largest spinel in the world, a precious red spinel weighing an impressive carats.

The Queen`s "Two Swimming Swans" brooch by G Collins & Son. The bodies of the swans are large freshwater baroque pearls, the rest of the swans are depicted in diamonds & the brooch is made of platinum & gold with black enamel accents.

The Queen`s "Two Swimming Swans" Brooch by G. Collins & Son Freshwater Baroque Pearls, Diamonds, Platinum, & Gold with Black Enamel Accents.

Queen Elizabeth II's Williamson diamond brooch which contains the world's finest pink diamond

Queen Elizabeth II's Williamson diamond brooch which contains the world's finest pink diamond

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Women of Hampshire Brooch

Elizabeth II’s Jewels The Women of Hampshire Brooch This diamond and pearl brooch, which was originally intended to be used as a pendant, was Queen Mary’s wedding gift from the Women of Hampshire in.

Queen Elizabeth II's spectacular Rhodesian Flame Lily Brooch. She famously wore this brooch when she first arrived in England as the new Queen (she was in South Africa when King George VI died) ..... per Svedipie

She famously wore this brooch when she first arrived in England as the new Queen (she was in South Africa when King George VI died) . per Svedipie

The Cullinan VI and VIII Brooch, Garrard & Co, 1911. Diamonds: A Jubilee Celebration. Credit line: The Royal Collection (c) 2012, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II    Via The Jewellery Editor.

The Cullinan VI & VIII Brooch, Garrard & Co, Diamonds: A Jubilee Celebration. Credit line: The Royal Collection (c) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The Queen`s ruby flower & diamond leaves Greville brooch.

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