The Royal Jewelry
The Royal Jewelry
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Diamond covered Star of the Order of the Garter. This one was made for Queen Victoria in 1838.
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Diamond covered Star of the Order of the Garter. Made for Queen Victoria in 1838.
Queen Victoria's Star of the Order of the Garter (made in 1838)
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Queen Marys Crown. 1911. Silver, gold, diamonds, quartz crystal, velvet and ermine. Acquirer: Queen Mary, consort of King George V, King of the United Kingdom (1867-1953). Provenance: Commissioned by Queen Mary, consort of King George V, from the Crown Jewellers, Garrard & Co., for the coronation on 22 June 1911.
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<b>Queen Mary's Crown.</b> The crown jewels, part of the Royal Collection, are powerful symbols of the British Monarchy.
Queen Marys Crown. 1911. Silver, gold, diamonds, quartz crystal, velvet and ermine. Acquirer: Queen Mary, consort of King George V, King of the United Kingdom (1867-1953). Provenance: Commissioned by Queen Mary, consort of King George V, from the Crown Jewellers, Garrard Co., for the coronation on 22 June 1911.
British Royal Jewels: George IV Coronation Crown - 1820 by Gerrard and Co. This illustrates the circlet with the 8 arches attached. In 1914 the Koh-I-noor and Cullinan III & IV were replaced with crystals. Photo from Royal Collection Trust
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Queen Victoria's wedding tiara...so glamorous!
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Queen Victoria's wedding tiara, a diamond and sapphire tiara designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria and can be seen in the portrait of the Queen by Winterhalter in 1842.
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Coronet of the Prince of Wales
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The honours of the principality of Wales are the Crown Jewels used at the investiture of the Princes of Wales. They include a coronet, a rod, a ring, a sword and a mantle. Amongst them is the crown made in 1728, for Frederick Lewis, the son of George II, who predeceased his father. A new set of insignia was made for the 1911 investiture of Edward, Prince of Wales, the future Edward VIII. Made from Welsh gold with the Welsh dragon pictured on the ring, the rod and the sword The Prince of Wales crown, made for the 1969 investiture of Prince Charles. Prince These were re-used at the investiture of Prince Charles in 1969, although a new crown was made for the occasion. Made by a technique of applying gold to a resin base, it has four crosses and four fleur de lis, in keeping with the design issued by a warrant of Charles II in 1672.
Crowns and Tiaras of Russia and Europe
QUEEN MOTHERS JEWEL CASKET TIARA Left to her by Mrs Geville
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Bling fling: Royal crowns and tiaras
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Queen Elizabeth ordered the royal jeweller Garrard to complete the parure with a tiara. This wonderful creation has an aquamarine as a focal point which exceeds in size and beauty all other stones of this set.
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DO DIFFERENT ROYALTY THEMES FOR INSTANCE MODEL ROYALTY CIRCUS ROYALTY FRENCH ROYALTY ETC. Aquamarine necklace and earrings a gift to the Queen from the people of Brazil. The Queen had her Royal Jeweler, Garrard, complete the parure by making the matching crown.
Brazilian Aquamarine Tiara and Necklace, presented to Queen Elizabeth II by Brazil in 1953. If you are the queen, there is no such thing as too much jewelry
Jewelry of Today's British Royalty - The Brazilian Aquamarine Suite. The earrings and matching necklace were a Coronation gift to The Queen from the President and People of Brazil in 1953
Some of the finest aquamarine jewelry exists with the British Royal family including Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Necklace and earrings, presented by the President and People of Brazil. Come see our beautiful blue custom aquamarine jewelry at John Wallick Jewelers in Sun City Arizona near Phoenix AZ. #johnwallickjewelers
The bling this woman owns!! QE II large aquamarine tiara suite #queenelizabeth
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The Timur Ruby - Queen Victoria's Great Jewel!
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The Timur Ruby - Queen Victoria's (1819-1901) Great Jewel! Victoria was the only child of Prince Edward Augustus Duke of Kent (1767–1820) & Princess Victoria (1786–1861) of Saxe-Coburg & wife of Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg & Gotha (1819-1861).
The 'Timur Ruby' necklace: Description: Spinels, diamonds, gold, enamel. Dimension: 50 cm long. The spinels from the Lahore Treasury, 1849; presented to Queen Victoria by the Directors of the East India Company, 1851; the necklace made for Queen Victoria, 1853
THE TIMUR RUBY – Queen Victoria’s Great Jewel « The Anglophile
Garter jewel, 1840, made by Rundell Bridge & Rundell (jeweller), Gold & diamonds mounted on blue velvet. Queen Victoria presented Prince Albert with a spectacular set of Garter insignia (including this piece) on 8 February, two days before their wedding.
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The Queen presented Prince Albert with a spectacular set of Garter insignia on 8 February, two days before their wedding. At a meeting that day with the Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne, ‘Lord M. admired the diamond Garter which Albert had on, and said “Very handsome.” I told him it was my gift; I also gave him (all before dinner) a diamond star, I had worn, and badge’. The Prince wore the Garteralong with his Garter collar and star on his wedding day.
Diamond garter given to Albert (1819-1861) on their Wedding Day. Queen Victoria (1819-1901) was very proud of this present & wrote in her journal: "Lord M. admired the diamond Garter which Albert had on & said “Very handsome.” I told him it was my gift; I also gave him (all before dinner) a diamond star I had worn & badge." Albert wore it on their wedding day.
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'Granny's tiara': The Queen's favourite tiara, given to her from her grandmother, Queen Mary, will be in the exhibition
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HM Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain wearing 'Granny's Tiara'. The Queen's favourite tiara, given to her by her grandmother, Queen Mary. I dailymail.co.uk
The Delhi Durbar Necklace and Cambridge Emerald Earrings worn by HM Queen Elizabeth II
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Queen Elizabeth II in the Delhi Durbar Emerald Necklace and the "Girls of England and Ireland" tiara
Purchased from Garrard and originally given to the future Queen Mary, The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland tiara was later given to the future Queen Elizabeth II in 1947.
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Queen Mary's Crown
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Queen Mary's Crown Queen Mary’s Crown is set entirely with diamonds and crystals. It was made for Queen Mary when she was crowned Queen Consort with George VI on the 22nd June, 1911. Queen Mary’s crown originally contained the Third Star of Africa in the cross pattee which surmounts the heavily jewelled monde and the Fourth Star of Africa in the band. Both these diamonds were cut from the Cullinan I diamond, which is the biggest diamond in the world. Both diamonds are the personal property of Queen Elizabeth II and are not part of the Crown Jewels. They are known as the Lesser Stones of Africa and were mounted in such a way that they can be removed and worn separately as a pendant or brooch. These stones may be replaced by replica crystal stones. The crown contains eight half arches. Unlike other coronation crowns, it was specially constructed in such a way that its arches could be removed, allowing for the crown to be worn as a circlet. Queen Mary used the crown in circlet form at the coronation of George VI and at State Ceremonies involving her granddaughter, Queen Elizabeth II. Since Queen Mary’s death on 24th March 1953, her consort crown has remained unworn. The crown was regarded as a miracle of construction as it weighed just over 22 oz in all.
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From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Coronation Necklace and Earrings that both Victoria and Elizabeth wore for their Coronations.
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From Her Majestys Jewel Vault: The Coronation Necklace and Earrings
The Delhi Durbar Tiara was designed and constructed by the Crown Jewelers, Garrard & Co. in anticipation of Queen Mary’s visit to India.
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The circlet was made by Garrards, especially for Queen Mary during the Delhi Durbar on December 12,1911 - hence its name. Durbar is Hindi, for a 'ceremonial gathering to pay homage'. King George V admired this piece and referred to it as "May's best tiara". It was originally worn with detachable emerald drops. Mary also sometimes added the diamonds known as "Granny's Chips", as seen here. The tiara was worn by the Queen Mother a few times after she became Queen consort. -- Tudor Queen
The Delhi Durbar tiara, belonged to Queen Mary, who left it to Queen Elizabeth
The Delhi Durbar Tiara was designed and constructed by the Crown Jewellers, Garrard & Co. in anticipation of Queen Mary’s visit to India. #crown #tiara #pretty #princess #queen
British Royal Jewels: 1911. Delhi Durbar Tiara with the Cullinan III and IV. These are the same two diamonds attached together that is worn by Queen Elizabeth as a brooch.
Close up of the Delhi Durbar Tiara with the detachable Cullinan diamonds. The Cullinan diamonds were added by Queen Mary in 1911. They were part of the original Cullinan Diamond that weighed in at 3011 carats and was presented to King Edward VII for his 66th birthday on November 9, 1907. The original tiara had emeralds, but they were removed by Queen Mary around 1922 and used elsewhere. The top pear-shape diamond known as Cullinan III is 94.4 carats and the cushion-shaped diamond is the Cullian IV. It weighs in at 63.3 carats. These two Cullinan diamonds have been removed from the tiara and are now worn as a brooch affectionately called "Granny's Chips".
The Scroll Cambridge Emerald Brooch, part of the Personal Jewel Collection of Queen Elizabeth II. It is composed of platinum and diamonds, and features two of the Cambridge Emeralds. The brooch and its drop were originally crafted in 1911 as part of the Delhi Durbar Stomacher, but can be detached and worn separately.
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The Scroll Cambridge Emerald Brooch, Queen Elizabeth II, circa 1911
Queen Elizabeth's aquamarine, diamond, and platinum necklace.
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vintage jewelry, antique jewelry. Those look like aquamarines to me -- that rocks and minerals class pays off again!!
Queen Elizabeth's Aquamarine and Diamond Necklace
Queen Elizabeth's aquamarine, diamond, and platinum necklace
An aquamarine and diamond necklace, which is part of a parure including a tiara and brooch. This necklace belongs to Queen Elizabeth II.
Queen Mary's Ruby Diamond Bracelet-Brooch. A wedding gift when she married the Duke of York in 1893. It is a ruby and diamond bracelet incorporating a detachable centerpiece in the shape of a rose. Queen Mary presented this bracelet to Elizabeth II as a wedding gift in 1947.
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Some rubies to go with my castle. My favourite stone. Queen Mary's Ruby Diamond Bracelet-Brooch. A wedding gift when she married the Duke of York in 1893. It is a ruby and diamond bracelet incorporating a detachable centerpiece in the shape of a rose. Queen mary presented this bracelet to Elizabeth II as a wedding gift in 1947.
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Queen Mary's Ruby Diamond Bracelet-Brooch, one of my favorite British crown jewels
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The Cullinan VI and VIII brooch Probably Garrards The marquise pendant of 11.5 carats, Cullinan VI, purchased by King Edward VII from Asschers, was set by Queen Alexandra on her regal circlet. It is now suspended from Cullinan VIII, an emerald-cut stone of 6.8 carats given to Queen Mary in 1910 by the South African Government. Like the Cullinan V brooch, Cullinan VIII was also designed to be used in the Delhi Durbar stomacher. The brooch was inherited by The Queen in 1953.
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The Cullinan VI and VIII Brooch The central portion of the top brooch and its pendant are pieces from the famous Cullinan diamond. Cullinan VIII is the emerald-cut 6.8 carat diamond on top, and Cullinan VI is the 11.5 carat marquise diamond that serves as a pendant. The top portion alone also serves as a part of the Delhi Durbar Stomacher. The brooch was left to the Queen in 1953 by Queen Mary, and though it is used, it is not as common a sight as Cullinan V, its heart-shaped counterpart.
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The Cullinan Vll and the Cullinan Vlll Brooch. Queen Mary used the Cullinan Vll, an 8.8-carat marquise-cut stone, as a pendant to the Cullinan VIII, a 6.8-carat oblong emerald-cut brilliant, to form a second brooch. The brooch was inherited by The Queen in 1953. The nine largest pieces of the Cullinan are numbered I through IX and they all either belong to Elizabeth personally or are part of Great Britain’s Crown Jewels.
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Wessex Aquamarine and Diamond Tiara. HRH Sophie, Countess of Wessex debuted her convertible Aquamarine Tiara during the Coronation festivities of Prince Albert II of Monaco in 2005
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Wessex Aquamarine and Diamond Necklace Tiara. HRH Sophie, Countess of Wessex debuted her convertible Aquamarine Tiara during the Coronation festivities of Prince Albert II of Monaco in 2005. Prior to 2005 Sophie only had one tiara which she wore, her wedding tiara (Wessex wedding tiara). Very little is known about this tiara, aside from it being made of aquamarines and diamonds. There has been speculation that Prince Edward designed it himself, and also that it comes from pieces already within the Royal Family. It can also be converted and worn as a necklace.
UK | Wessex Aquamarine and Diamond Tiara / Necklace | HRH Sophie, Countess of Wessex debuted her convertible aquamarine tiara during the coronation festivities for Prince Albert II of Monaco in 2005
The necklace and bracelet was given to the Queen II while still a princess in 1947 as a gift for her twenty-first birthday. Known as the “South Africa” necklace and bracelet—taking its name from the source of the opulent gift, the pieces remain favorites of her Majesty who can be seen wearing them with regularity.
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Princess Elizabeth's 21st birthday, in 1947, fell during the South African Tour undertaken by her parents King George VI & Queen Elizabeth. The necklace was a present from the Government South Africa. It originally consisted of a long chain of 21 graduated brilliants, the largest of 10 carats. The snap-piece of the necklace was added afterwards, using a 6-carat stone given to the Princess by Sir Ernest Oppenheimer, Chairman of De Beers in 1947. It reminds me of Queen Mary's diamond sautoir.
Dazzling collection: the South Africa necklace and bracelet, a gift from the Government of South Africa to the then Princess Elizabeth on her 21st birthday. These gems were not cut from the Cullinan diamond that make sup most of the crown Jewels, but will be among those displayed at Buckingham Palace this summer
Britain Royal Jewels. This undated image made available by the Royal Collection shows the South Africa Necklace and Bracelet, part of a exhibition of royal gems being staged to mark the Queen's 60-year reign at the Queen's gallery, Buckingham Palace.
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The Sovereign's Orb has been used for every coronation since 1661, and retains its original gems, including most of the 365 rose-cut diamonds. It is made of two hollow gold hemispheres
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The Sovereign's Orb has been used for every coronation since 1661, and retains its original gems, including most of the 365 rose-cut diamonds. It is made of two hollow gold hemispheres Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom
Top: Present Sovereign's ring made for the coronation of William IV in 1831. 84.45 carats. Middle: Queen Victoria's ring is a miniature version of Williams IV's ring and weighs 42.74 carats. Bottom: Queen of Consorts was made for Queen Adelaide at the coronation of her husband William IV in 1831. It weighs 50.15 carats.
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The coronation ring ('the wedding ring of England') was worn by Queen Elizabeth II on the fourth finger of her right hand on 2 June 1953. The ring (top) was made for the coronation of King William IV in 1831; it has been worn at every coronation since then, with the exception of Queen Victoria's, whose fingers were too small; her ring (middle) was a miniature version of William IV's. Bottom: the queen consort's ring, dating from 1831, with rubies and diamonds. (=)
Floral Basket Brooch given to Queen Elizabeth II (then Princess Elizabeth) by her parents on the birth of Prince Charles, now the Prince of Wales.
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The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Sunday Brooch: The Flower Basket Home Royal Wedding Headquarters Jewel Central Commenting Policy 06 May 2012 Sunday Brooch: The Flower Basket As Princess Elizabeth, the queen's jewelry collection was a largely personal one: mostly gifts from her wedding, birthday presents, and trinkets marking other significant events. Today's brooch is one such gem. The Flower Basket Brooch This brooch depicts a basket filled with ruby, diamond and sapphire flowers and was given to Princess Elizabeth by her parents, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, to mark the birth of Prince Charles in November 1948.
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Queen Victoria's fringe brooch.
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Queen Victoria Fringe Brooch 1856 ~ worn by HM Queen Elizabeth II at D-Day 70 commemoration on Sword Beach, 06.06.2014 in Ouistreham, France. ~~HM is wearing the QUEEN VICTORIA FRINGE BROOCH, a magnificent, monumental piece reserved for only the most important occasions
Queen Victoria's Fringe Brooch from Great Britain one of my favorite crown jewels
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Gift to Queen from Australia - Wattle diamond brooch
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Queen Elizabeth's "Australian Wattle" brooch given to the Queen on her first visit to Australia in 1953.
In 1954 Queen Elizabeth II received a diamond wattle brooch from the Government & People of Australia on her first Commonwealth tour & visit to Australia. Elizabeth II has worn the diamond brooch many times on visits to the countries.
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Queen Elizabeth was spotted wearing the Cullinan Diamond Brooch, lovingly known as "Granny's Chips," at the closing ceremony of her Diamond Jubilee Celebration. The brooch features the Cullinan III and IV from the original cleaving of the 3,000 carat rough found in South Africa in 1905. It is perhaps the most valuable jewel in the Queen's collection.