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.
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
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.
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.