Burmese Ruby Tiara made for The Queen with rubies from the people of Burma by Garrad’s in 1973. The rubies were arranged in clusters like the Rose of England. Queen Elizabeth, Ruby Tiaras, Crowns Jewels, Red Rose, Elizabeth Ii, British Royal, Queens Elizabeth, Burmese Ruby, Royal Jewels
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BURMESE RUBY TIARA. The Queen received the rubies from the people of Burma as a Coronation gift. She sent the rubies to Garrad’s to create a new tiara in 1973. She selected a design where the rubies were arranged in clusters like the ROSE OF ENGLAND surrounded by diamonds. The Queen wears the crown often with her many ruby necklaces and bracelets. Since the passing of the Queen Mother, she has worn the magnificent ruby necklace, The State Rubies, left to the Crown by Queen Victoria.
RUBY AND DIAMOND PARURE, 1820S AND LATER The necklace designed as a series of ribbon scrolls set with old-mine, cushion- and rose-cut diamonds, each set to the centre with a cushion-shaped ruby in a cut-down collet and accented with a pair of ruby and diamond florets, interspersed with old-mine diamond trefoil sprigs, length approximately 395mm, accompanied by a tiara frame, a pair of pendent earrings en suite and a ring, size 48, fitted case,
The Burmese Ruby Tiara. The Queen ordered the Burmese Ruby Tiara in 1973 from Garrard & Co. The tiara is in the form of a wreath of red roses. The center of each flower is made up of rubies and gold, while diamonds and silver form the petals.
Tiaras - Tiara Cartier London Tiara, 1937 Platinum, round old-cut diamonds, oval and fancy-cut aquamarines The central motif can be removed from the tiara and worn as a brooch, pointing downward. - See more at: theweddingtiara.c...