Jewelry/Tiaras/Precious Stones


Jewelry/Tiaras/Precious Stones

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lily of the valley ring. Beautiful.

Bracelets from ShopNBC

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Twiggy in 'The Boy Friend'. The Sunday Times magazine, January 2 1972

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The Dresden Green Diamond is a 41 carats (8.2 g) natural green diamond, which probably originated in the Kollur mine in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. In 1768, the diamond was incorporated into an extremely valuable hat ornament, surrounded by two large and 411 medium-sized and small diamonds. This is the setting that the Dresden Green still appears in today. Today, the diamond is shown in the "New Green Vault" at Dresden Castle. en.wikipedia.org/...

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Kunzite, conch pearl, gem-set, and diamond peacock brooch/pendant. The center kunzite is 46.10; the body is set with 8.40 carats of pear-shaped and circular-cut tsavorite garnets, sapphires, and pink sapphires; as well as 1.20 carats of diamonds. The brooch dangles a conch pearl, and the peacock's eye is a spinel. The gems are set in blackened gold. Via Diamonds in the Library.

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Emerald and White Diamond Brooch/Pendant Set - Carnet by Michelle Ong.

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THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ The necklet and earrings are decorated with gold, silver, diamonds and engraved enamel, mid of the 18th century. Belong to Elizabeth I. The image of the ring set up with necklace and earrings is in this board

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Tiara with diamonds, pearls and precious gemstones, designed by Rui Paes and Graham Rust and made by Andrea Paes. Photo by Moranga

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THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ The Great Bouquet, 1760. Belong to Empress Elizabeth I of Russia, worn on the great gown. Then was presented by Emperor Peter III ( husband of Catherine II) to his mistress Lisa Vorontsova. After he was withdrawn, according to legend, Catherine made Lisa to present this jewel to Lisa's sister, Catrin Dashkova, who was a friend of Catherine II.

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SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND BROOCH/PENDANT, CIRCA 1910

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Prince of Wales Brooch, The Queen Alexandra version. This was loaned to Diana from Queen Elizabeth.

Jewellery of Today's British Royalty - The Tudors Wiki

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Jean Schlumberger Diamond two-fish brooch - Gemstone Brooches

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Aquamarine Tiara belonging to Queen Elizabeth II

Aquamarine | ferrebeekeeper

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Jewelry of the Duchess of Windsor

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Detail: Vintage Cartier sapphire bracelet previously owned by Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor. Set in gold and featuring an alternating pattern of dark and light blue sapphires. Circa 1945. Via Diamonds in the Library.

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The Great Imperial Crown, made in 1762 for the coronation of Catherine the Great. It is adorned with five thousand diamonds arranged in a splendid pattern of laurel wreaths and oak branches. The glitter of the diamonds is enhanced by two rows of gleaming pearls and the crown is topped by a huge red spinel, the second largest in the world, which weighs almost 400 carats.

Best of Russia --- Royal Jewellery

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Emeralds

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Aquamarine Brooch by Tiffany

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Amber

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Ruby in rough -- from Burma...

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Peacock Ore

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Breakfast at Tiffany's - Tiara in Box - The Three Graces

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Emerald and black gold tiara. Designed by Solange Azaguri-Partdrige for Boucheron. Queen Rania of Jordan. (It looks striking on pinterest.com/... )

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Denmark's Diamond Floral Aigrette Tiara is comprised of 3 pieces and mounted en trenblant.

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French bridal crown

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folding gold crown from one of the six graves of Bactrian nomads discovered at Tillya Tepe in northern Afghanistan in 1978. The crown, dating from the first century A.D. and wrought of solid gold, was collapsible for easy transport by the ancient nomads.

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