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Artemisia's Royal Jewels:                                                     HM The Queen's The County of Cornwall Ruby and Diamond bracelet

Queen Elizabeth's County of Cornwal Ruby Bracelet inherited from her grandmother, Queen Mary. It is made of diamond and ruby leaf bands with a diamond and ruby rose centre; the rose is detachable and can be worn separately as a brooch or a pendant.

George VI and Elizabeth 1937: the King's coronation gift necklace to his wife (Queen Mother Elizabeth).

George VI and Elizabeth the King's coronation gift necklace to his wife (Queen Mother Elizabeth).

Platinum pendant with the monogram of Queen Emma Adelheid. Diamonds, Pearls and Rubies. c 1900.

Royal Dutch jewels: Platinum pendant with the monogram of Queen Emma Adelheid. Diamonds, Pearls and Rubies.

Queen Victoria's Crown Ruby Brooch. purchased along w/ necklace and earrings, from Garrard in 1854 by QV. Originally consisted of Opals and Diamonds. It's said that around 1902 Queen Alexandra, Queen Consort altered pieces by replacing Opals w/rubies, per Suzy Menkes, of The Royal Jewels, brooch not altered until 1926. Worn by Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother with rest of parure and Oriental Circlet Tiara. Not seen since death in 2002 but worn by QEII on 6/16/2015 to Royal Ascot, Day 1.

Queen Victoria's crown ruby brooch purchased with necklace and earrings from Garrard in 1854

Ruby and Diamond Necklace, Queen Elizabeth II

Ruby Necklaces From Her Majestys Jewel Vault: The Baring Ruby Necklace-Queen Elizabeth acquired this necklace in

The two Greville diamond and ruby brooches. The Queen Mother inherited them from Mrs Greville.

The two Greville diamond and ruby brooches. The Queen Mother inherited them from Mrs Ronald Greville.

Queen Mother's Diamond 2 Thistle Brooch. Designer & creator unknown. Originally owned by HM The Queen Mother. Known for her fondness of wearing brooches on her hats this is 1 worn in that manner. Thistles are signature bloom of Scotland. Brooch features 2 diamond thistles set in a white/silver metal. After her death passed to QEII and now worn by Duchess of Cornwall. https://www.facebook.com/groups/260713314096465/

Queen Mother's Diamond 2 Thistle Brooch - now worn by the Duchess of Cornwall

Via The Royal Collection Ruby & Diamond Necklace, Boucheron, 1907

The necklace was ordered by The Hon Mrs Ronald Greville from Boucheron in Paris on 24 October It was among the splendid jewels bequeathed by Mrs Greville to Queen Elizabeth in 1942 and was given to Princess Elizabeth as a wedding present in

Моя Планета: КОРОЛЕВСКАЯ КОЛЛЕКЦИЯ БРОШЕЙ (часть 2)

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Modern Ruby Brooch Another of the brooches acquired by the Queen is this arched design. A modern design of gold with diamonds and diamond-topped sprays, it is accented with a row of rubies on one side.

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 Queen’s priceless Flame Lily brooch. It is thought to feature around 300 diamonds on a platinum base and was 21st birthday present to Princess Elizabeth from all 42,000 school children in southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Each child had donated  three pence to pay for the brooch which was created in the shape of the flame lily, a national flower of the country. The brooch was made in Africa in 1947.

Queen’s Flame Lily Brooch, a birthday present from the children of Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Every child in the former colony donated a ‘tickey’ — a three-pence coin — to raise the funds.

The Queen Mother`s Diamond & Sapphire, Bunch of Grapes brooch, now worn by the Queen.

The Queen Mother`s Diamond and Sapphire, Bunch of Grapes brooch, now worn by HM Queen Elizabeth, and was inherited by the Queen when her mother passed away in