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Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor

Queen Mary's Indian Bangle Bracelets

Queen Mary's Indian Bangle Bracelets, a gift from an Indian ruler while she was still Princess of Wales in

The Small Pink and Diamond Brooch-owned by Queen Elizabeth II  Queen Elizabeth II’s brooches spam

This small brooch in the Queen Elizabeth II collection includes a central pink stone framed by diamonds and surrounded by larger round diamonds. On the outer edge, small diamonds are tucked between the largest stones. Via Her Majesty’s Jewel Vault.

THE DORSET BOW BROOCH, a wedding present to Queen Mary in 1893 from the County of Dorset, and from Queen Mary to Princess Elizabeth in 1947.

DORSET Bow Brooch - Wedding gift to Queen Mary in 1893 from the County of Dorset; Later Queen Mary presented it to young Princess Elizabeth in

Saskatchewan Tourmaline Flower Brooch, presented during an audience with the province's Lieutenant Governor on October 17, 2013. From Saskatchewan designer Rachel Mielke of Hillberg & Berk, 18K white gold brooch in the shape of a flower with five petals of Madagascar tourmaline in shades of pink with a central white fresh water cultured pearl, all surrounded by 300 diamonds (1.527 carats in all). Media reports placed the value of the brooch at $15,000.

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Saskatchewan Tourmaline Flower Brooch, presented to the Queen by the Lieut Governor during an audience in 2013

On the occasion of her marriage, Princess Alexandra of Denmark, who married the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) was given by the Ladies of North Wales a large emerald and diamond oval brooch with an emerald and diamond leek in the centre and cabochon emerald drop, along with matching earrings which is now worn by the Duchess of Cornwall on occasion.

Emerald Brooches On the occasion of her marriage, Princess Alexandra of Denmark, who married the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) was

Cullinan IV Brooch  The unusual heart-shaped stone of 18.8 carats, given by the Government of South Africa to Queen Mary in 1910, is one of the nine numbered Cullinan diamonds. In its diamond and platinum setting, it was designed both as a brooch and as the detachable centre of the emerald and diamond stomacher made for the Delhi Durbar in 1911.

The unusual heart-shaped stone of carats, given by the Government of South Africa to Queen Mary in is one of the nine numbered Cullinan diamonds.

The Cullinan VI and VIII Brooch, Garrard & Co, 1911. Diamonds: A Jubilee Celebration. Credit line: The Royal Collection (c) 2012, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II    Via The Jewellery Editor.

The Cullinan VI & VIII Brooch, Garrard & Co, Diamonds: A Jubilee Celebration. Credit line: The Royal Collection (c) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Brooch. 1840, England. Made from sapphires and diamonds, this brooch was a wedding present from Prince Albert to Queen Victoria the day before their marriage. Victoria wrote about the present a gift from; “dearest Albert” of “a splendid brooch of, a large sapphire set with diamonds which is really quite beautiful.” Find more stunning historical jewellery

Queen Victoria’s Wedding Brooch ~ 1840 ~ Sapphire, diamonds and gold The day before her wedding, Queen Victoria recorded the gift from ‘dearest Albert’ of ‘a splendid brooch, a large sapphire set round with diamonds.