Artemisia's Royal Jewels: HM The Queen's The County of Cornwall Ruby and Diamond bracelet
From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: Queen Mary's Floret Earrings
Queen Elizabeth I’s Ring. Gold, mother-of-pearl, rubies, and enamel, c.1560. According to tradition this ring was dedicated to James I (James VI of Scotland) as evidence of the Queen’s death and given by him to 1st Earl of Home in 1603.
Artemisia's Royal Jewels: British Royal Jewels: Queen's Brazilian Aquamarine Parure and Tiara
There are about ten known pieces in the legacy which Mrs. Greville left to Queen Elizabeth. The best-known of these is the Boucheron honeycomb tiara (seen here in its original form), consisting of diamonds set in platinum in a contemporary honeycomb/lozenge design. The tiara was created for Mrs Greville by the French jeweller Boucheron in 1921. It was to became Queen Elizabeth’s signature piece after the King’s death, and she wore it consistently throughout her life, well into old age
Ruby and Diamond Necklace, Queen Elizabeth II
'' Women of Hampshire'' Brooch - Diamond and pearl brooch, which was originally intended to be used as a pendant, was Queen Mary's wedding gift from the Women of Hampshire in 1893. A committee chaired by the Duchess of Wellington bought from Garrard. The piece features a large brilliant with a foliate spray above and three bell flower pendants below and Two pear-shaped diamonds and one baroque pearl hang from the flowers all removable.
This brooch originally formed part of the ruby and diamond Parure created by Ménière in 1816 to designs by his son-in-law, Evrard Bapst, who succeeded him as Jewellers to the French Crown. The Parure was made using stones from the Empress Marie-Louise's ruby and diamond Parure. Which had been commissioned by Napoleon from François-Regnault Nitot and delivered to the Crown Treasury on 16th January 1811. When the original Parure was dismantled in 1816 the principal rubies and other ornaments…
Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Elizabeth II's Jewels - Brazilian Aquamarine and Diamond Parure (without the tiara)
Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Brooch. This brooch was given to her by members of her personal staff.