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

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

Great Star of Africa in the royal scepter of the British Crown Jewels. It is one of the largest polished diamonds in the world.

Great Star of Africa in the royal scepter of the British Crown Jewels. It is one of the largest polished diamonds in the world.

Queen Mary's Cluster Earrings. King George V gave these earrings to his wife in 1926 for her 59th birthday.

Queen Mary's Cluster Earrings. King George V gave these earrings to his wife in 1926 for her 59th birthday.

The Queen`s Courtauld Thomson Scallop Shell brooch, formerly a favourite of the Queen Mother.

The Queen`s Courtauld Thomson Scallop Shell brooch, formerly a favourite of the Queen Mother.

Duchess of Teck's Flower Brooch: a Queen Mary heirloom

Duchess of Teck's Flower Brooch: a Queen Mary heirloom

Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Elizabeth II's Jewels - Brazilian Aquamarine and Diamond Parure (without the tiara)

Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Elizabeth II's Jewels - Brazilian Aquamarine and Diamond Parure (without the tiara)

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: Queen Mary's Floret Earrings

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: Queen Mary's Floret Earrings

The Lover’s Knot Brooch    The brooch is set in gold and silver with brilliant-cut diamonds and the tail of each ribbon is made with two articulated joints to allow movement. The largest of five bow brooches in Queen Mary’s collection, it was bequeathed to The Queen in 1953.

The Lover’s Knot Brooch The brooch is set in gold and silver with brilliant-cut diamonds and the tail of each ribbon is made with two articulated joints to allow movement. The largest of five bow brooches in Queen Mary’s collection, it was bequeathed to The Queen in 1953.

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

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

Queen Elizabeth's Flower Basket  Brooch was a present from George VI and Queen Elizabeth to mark the birth of Charles in 1948

Queen Elizabeth's Flower Basket Brooch was a present from George VI and Queen Elizabeth to mark the birth of Charles in 1948

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