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.

Royal Collection - Star of the Order of the Garter

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.

Queen Mary's Crown | Royal Collection Trust

Queen Victoria's wedding glamorous!

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Coronet of the Prince of Wales

Crowns and Tiaras of Russia and Europe



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.

More British Royal Tiaras - The Tudors Wiki
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    Florence Meir

    I thought that they were a complete set from Brazil at the time that's what was said

The Timur Ruby - Queen Victoria's Great Jewel!

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.

Garter | Royal Collection Trust

'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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The Delhi Durbar Necklace and Cambridge Emerald Earrings worn by HM Queen Elizabeth II

Jewellery of Today's British Royalty - The Tudors Wiki

Queen Mary's Crown

Crowns | Royal Exhibitions

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Coronation Necklace and Earrings that both Victoria and Elizabeth wore for their Coronations.

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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 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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Queen Elizabeth's aquamarine, diamond, and platinum necklace.

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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.

Ruby Bracelet Brooch - Jewels Queen Mary | Princess of Teck

Princess of Wales brooch

Royal Collection - Dress for the Occasion

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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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.

Stalking the Belle Époque: jewelry

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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Coronation Rings

Coronation Rings

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.

Royal Collection - Dress for the Occasion

Queen Victoria's fringe brooch.

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Gift to Queen from Australia - Wattle diamond brooch

80 Royal History Facts About Queen Elizabeth II

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.

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