Beautifully crafted boxes made of amber dredged from the Baltic Sea in 1734 to celebrate the union of Prince William IV of Orange and Anne, Princess Royal, the eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain.
Queen Victoria-my favorite! The diamond coronation necklace and earrings were originally created for Queen Victoria. The jewels have been worn by Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary, The Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth II at their coronations.
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 reign at the Queen's gallery, Buckingham Palace.
Princess Marie-Louise sapphire, pearl and diamond Indian Tiara from Cartier. Marie-Louise was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria, the child of Princess Helena and Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein.
Just over 1 1/2 inch long and lovely (they drop a bit further from the new ear wires), a pair of pearl-petaled diamond-centered flowers are separated by slender rose gold bars. The bars easily slip off so that the tops may be worn alone. Circa mid-19th century Great Britain.
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee 2012 Queen Victoria's Fringe Brooch - plus: You must take a look at page from this link: The most stunning royal diamond collection. I absolutely love Queen Victoria's necklace and earrings set. To die for!
The "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" Tiara. In 1893 a committee was formed to raise money from the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" to purchase a wedding gift for Princess May of Teck. This tiara was purchased from Garrards.