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Majestic Jewellery

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Majestic Jewellery

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15th Century Crown worn by Margaret of York!

The Orlov

Glenda Jackson as Queen Elizabeth I

Princess Mary Tudor with Charles Brandon. Duke of Suffolk. Marriage portrait, circa 1515

Sapphire & Sage - Renaissance & Medieval Necklace Collection

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Princess Elizabeth 1546-47 Flemish School. The Royal Collection

Queen Jane Seymour 1536

"Queen Elizabeth on her Coronation Day June 2, 1953. Her Majesty is wearing the purple Coronation Robe trimmed with ermine, gold Garter Collar and dress of white satin with coloured beaded embroidery of the flower emblems of Great Britain and the Dominions, among them the English Tudor rose, Scottish thistle, Irish shamrock, Welsh leek, Canadian maple leaf, Australian wattle and Indian lotus flower."

"The Queen inherited the diadem in 1952 on the death of her father. Because the Queen wears the diadem to and from the State Opening of Parliament each year, and is pictured with it on all United Kingdom postage stamps, the diadem is seen by more millions of people than any other item of royal jewellery."

The emerald parure is the grandest set of jewellery in the hands of the Norwegian royal family and is as such always worn by the Queen for the most important state occasions

Trond Norén Isaksen: Royal jewels: The Norwegian emerald parure

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Cairo, 1954. Egyptian Royal Family's Jewels shown being examined before being put up for auction. This item is believed to be the tiara worn by Princess Chevikiar.

Part of the Russian Crown Jewels... magnificent.

Travel Alter of Empress Anne (Russian Crown Jewels)

Russian Crown Jewels : The Orlov Diamond mounted in the Imperial Sceptre of Catherine the Great