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The Priceless Treasures Of The Royal Family | Royal Jewels | Real Royalty

May 29, 2021
on a cold november morning a

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procession leaves buckingham palace on a journey to westminster her majesty the queen is on her way to open her parliament follows her in another carriage it is one of the greatest symbols of her reign the imperial state crowns pomp and the ceremony of his arrival at westminster is matched only by other images of his monarchy throughout his long reign he has welcomed many kings and queens presidents and foreign guests this is the mystery and magic of the monarchy on display the part Lesser known of these occasions are the Queen's

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which far dwarf any other collection in the modern world The story of the fabulous diamonds and resplendent tiaras worn by beautiful princesses provides a glimpse into the fascinating world of the Queen's personal jewelery collection. queen exposed the queen is held in a dazzling array of shimmering ruby ​​and emerald tiaras the majesty of the monarchy encompasses

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for centuries kings and queens have worn these symbols in search of their royal birthright and inheritance centuries ago when st edward's crown was used for coronations the

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were rented today are royal and when prince charles wears the crown for his coronation it will be a heavy moment as it weighs almost four pounds made of gold contains 444 precious stones and when prince charles grandfather was crowned in 1937 the archbishop of canterbury had to have a very steady hand to place it on the king's head to make it easier to wear the crown is padded over a velvet band a royal custom introduced by king henry iv 500 years ago after his coronation the

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of the king met with a variety of crowns these are symbols of the monarchy must be worn and seen that are symbols of the monarchy in 1937 Queen Elizabeth wore her crown containing the legendary Kohinoor diamond In 1902 King Edward VII's wife Queen Alexandra wore a crown containing the Kohinoor diamond The Queen Consort's crown today is set with diamonds belonging to Queen Victoria but it is the legend of the kohinoor diamond that makes it so outstanding at the coronation in 1902 the crown contained the kohinoor and 3688 diamonds if charles and diana had stayed together diana would have worn the crown of queen consort at her husband's coronation the coenor diamond meaning mountain of light has a long and dramatic history surrounding the male owners of the gemstone the diamond itself has a horrendous history of murderous mayhem and mystery because over the centuries it has been sought after by various potentates, the kings shah jahan owned it, who built the taj mahal for his wife mumtaz nadya shah sacked new delhi and brought it back to p ersia, later became part of the Afghan royal

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they were blinded brother brother from seeing it so in folklore there has been a myth that every male owner meets a hard end therefore To be sure always It has been used by women.
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This diamond is the largest modern cut top color diamond in the world. Its current estimated value is £50 million. It is one of the gemstones cut from the Cullinan Diamond which was a gift to King Edward VII as a token of loyalty by the Transvil people at the end of the Boer War The rough diamond weighed an astonishing pound and a half was presented to the nation by the transvaal government was found in 1905 cut in 1907 and then added to the crown jewels to enhance its value this immense diamond had to be carefully cut into as many pieces as possible the cutting was entrusted to josef asher from amsterdam who was probably the best diamond cutter in the world to cut it into several big stones and then into smaller ones and he studied the stone for three four months and before he decided to cut it of course he invited the dutch royal family , the English royal family and several others. and then he dealt the first blow and of course if he misjudged it would have shattered like a car windshield but since it didn't it fell perfectly in two pieces and apparently painted after that the biggest chunk separated from the mighty diamond kalanin. it is the pear shaped star of africa weighing 530 carats it is the most valuable stone in the crown jewels and as part of the coronation regalia it is held in the right hand of the sovereign as a gift to the nation it must be displayed so that It can be seen somewhere and that is how it was decided to put the second largest diamond to be cut from Culinan in the scepter of the crown jewels.
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It is in the crown of the imperial state. It was made in 1838 for the coronation of Queen Victoria and this Set with gems of astonishing magnificence, the Queen wore it on her coronation day in 1953. The Imperial State Crown contains the Prince's Black Ruby brought to England in 1367 and later added to the Crown Jewels by King Henry VIII. Beneath is the enormous dried second star of africa with emeralds and sapphires for her coronation the queen bears the heavy weight of the imperial state crown despite being altered to reduce the height the crown still contains 2 800 diamonds each year the queen wears it for the opening of parliament it has been traditionally used throughout the centuries, the monarch has always opened parliament since victoria, in essence the same crown has been used, modified and even renewed , but in essence the state crown has been the same for the last one hundred and five hundred and sixty years since her throne in the house of lords the queen describes her government legislation the third and fourth diamonds cut from the cullinan have traditionally been part of the queen consort's crown known as the lesser stars of africa the gems can be removed from the crown and worn separately they were brought by king edward vii and to this day are the personal property of the queen in 1911, the the queen's grandmother queen mary wore them on her dress as a brooch their estimated value today is £12 million in 1937 queen mary wore them pinned to the front of her dress on the crown With her son King George VI standing next to her were her grandchildren Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret The Queen often wears the Lesser Star of Africa as a brooch along with another Culinan diamond cut stone which she wears as a ring one of the The queen's favorite jewelery is the cullen's cut heart diamond brooch two more cullen and diamonds were used to create another magnificent brooch they were taken from the crown jewels and are in the royal possession because they were always personal pieces of the monarch in 1897 queen victoria celebrated her diamond jubilee and was photographed wearing her collet necklace and diamond earrings estimated value today is one and a half million pounds the queen often wears the collet necklace for the state opening of parliament, se made in 1858 and the pendant stone is known as the Lahore diamond, the diamond drops that are in the earrings and the drop and the bottom of the necklace necklace actually provi They contain the Timor Ruby necklace given to Queen Victoria in 1851 by the East India Company and now part of the crown jewels These early turn-of-the-century images capture Queen Victoria at Balmoral, Scotland in 1911 Her life was commemorated with the unveiling of a memorial statue outside Buckingham Palace seated on her throne, the elderly Queen is depicted wearing one of her favorite crowns when she succeeded her uncle, King William IV, to the throne in 1837. , his crown was set with stones from the reign of his ancestor, King George.
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The first included the black prince ruby ​​and many brilliant pearls and fine sapphires. Later, she ordered a new, smaller crown. to be made by garadz the crown jewelers it weighed only four ounces and sat perfectly on top of her head queen victoria suffered from migraines in later life and found the crown too heavy thats why in the garage we made the tiny crown very very small for her to wear whenever it is worked on the top of the head or the back of the chignon with or without the bows her beautiful little diamond crown made in 1870 became the trademark recorded of her reign strengthened by her marriage to prince albert of sax cobra gotha ​​the couple were deeply devoted to each other and their marriage was extremely happy sadly when albert died the queen was only 42 years old and for the rest of her life she treasured his wedding gift to her a large sapphire brooch set with a dozen diamonds queen victoria called it the albert brooch and over 100 years later her great great granddaughter the queen wears it regularly on his lapel the albert brooch is a very lovely brooch piece that prince albert had made for queen victoria and gave it to her the night before the wedding when they got engaged here in london and it is a wonderful sapphire and a beautiful piece and i think v very romantic princess elizabeth wore the albert brooch to princess anne's christening at buckingham palace her mother and grandmother queen mary also wore it on many occasions during a visit to their estates in north west england the queen's tenant farmers got an up close look at one of the most prized personal

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in the royal jewelery collection its current estimated value is £150,000 a treasured keepsake from her great great grandmother another memento from the queen's era victoria's 1887 gold jubilee necklace containing exquisite diamond circles around pearl centers with a pearl pendant 50 years ago the queen was filmed wearing it in a is cinematic treno queen victoria's ancestor king george iv had a diamond crown decorated with shamrocks, thistles and rented gemstones the hanoverian king actually did not wear this diadem at his coronation because it was considered too effeminate to be worn on a grand occasion george the fourth coronation the new crown was made and he was under strict orders of parliament about what he could have on his crown so he decided he would have bouquets in between the maltese crosses the bouquets represent england scotland and Ireland, he didn't actually wear it for his coronation. because it was considered too feminine originally, it would have been set with semi-precious stones that would have been rented out to jewelers for the coronation because in those days they couldn't afford to have crowns and diadems set with

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stones and keep them then the jewelers came in and were all the jewels that were rented and returned later if these jewels remained in the crowns if the sovereign had pawned them he gave them to pay gambling debts or has made them lovers in those days as a precaution against theft queen victoria soldered her jewels on the hanoverian diadem and to this day most of them are still in place at the annual state opening of parliament queen ar rives wears the hanoverian diadem leaving buckingham palace riding in the carriage to the chamber of The lords then go up the grand staircase to the rope room where she removes her crown and diadem and then puts on her Imperial State's Most Important Crown On her wedding day in 1947, Princess Elizabeth wore another heirloom from her German ancestors the Hanoverian Fringed Tiara The tiara worn by Princess Elizabeth is known as the Hanoverian Tiara and was in fact designed and made in 1830 for queen victoria it was made from old diamonds from the time of george the third and was creating this wonderful tiara quite spiky quite tall that can also be worn as a necklace interestingly enough the royal family are very very good with their jewelry they can be used for many different things anyway queen victoria had it made in 1830 and left it to the crown and queen mary wore it there are pictures of queen mary wearing it and then princess elizabeth wore it for her wedding because It was lent to her by her mother, on Princess Elizabeth's wedding day, two unforeseen things happened, one was that the beautiful Hanoverian tiara, the diamond tiara, actually the frame broke, which is a s Nightmare situation for anyone, but of course, unlike everyone else, she did it. in fact she had the court jeweler waiting but in her workshop and she had to be sent by doubleswift to come and fix the thing and I think she was very very nervous and her mother had to reassure her and she also wanted to use the double Row the famous double row of pearls her parents had given her by her father I think a predictor on her wedding day and they were on display with the rest of the royal presence which was extremely awkward in London which was paralyzed with With traffic problems, his newly appointed private secretary, John Colville, was sent across London to obtain these

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priceless pearls and somehow bring them back to Buckingham Palace, but was unable to obtain them.
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Once he persuaded them to give him the pearls, I imagine harsh words were spoken, he had to commandeer one of the royal limousines belonging to King Harkin of Norway to get through somehow and give them to the bride to attend the wedding. her wedding One day in 1973, Princess Anne wore the Hanoverian fringed tiara lent to her by her grandmother. She had graced many royal heads since it was originally set in diamonds over 150 years ago. At another royal wedding in 1893, Princess Mary of Technologymarried the future. king george v later as queen mary this woman would have a devastating effect on the history of royal jewelery this tiara a gift from the girls of great britain was one of their favorite wedding gifts bought for five thousand pounds its estimated value today is half million pounds light on the head easy to wear inherited from her grandmother the queen wears it constantly on official occasions affectionately known as granny's tiara has nine large orient All pearls in diamond prongs set in a Bandai base of 27 diamonds brilliants enclosed in a metal band.
Tiaras are a symbol of authority. A symbol of power. That's why when the queen wears her crown, it becomes a given. head and when a lady wears a hat she must feel that she must feel very important or a gentleman wears a top hat for example it is a symbol of class authority perhaps Queen Mary's obsession with family jewels reflecting the images of the monarchy in recent times early in her marriage princess diana transformed some royal emeralds into a striking diadem the emeralds belong to queen mary who left them to her granddaughter the queen known as the cambridge emeralds their story is intriguing the mother from queen mary the duchess of cambridge and her husband adolphus acquired them in germany in a rather unusual way they went to frankfurt on a tour and there was a lottery for a charity and the duchess of cambridge decided yes she would buy some tickets and actually he won and was presented with this brown box filled with these emeralds the duchess of cambridge gave the green cabochon globular gems to her son frank that he gave them to his lover when his sister mary died suddenly and he wasted no time in getting them back he was a

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nerd well he was a big gamer you know he had a bit of this irish gibberish in him and he jules his lover and queen mary her sister didn't want any of it she died suddenly and she was horrified to find out that the cambridge emeralds the family emeralds had been given to her irish lover she left can't you imagine her tiara on her head the great queen mary and she retrieved those emeralds years later the queen wears the cambridge emeralds suspended in a priceless russian tiara her guests are unaware of the story attached to the contents of her headdress from the africa 95 festival princess diana proved she was not a prisoner of the past by transforming her emeralds in a necklace and earrings again diana was very inventive very original in the way she used these beautiful emeralds and historic stones and she she had a lot of courage she wasn't in all of them and she took the cambridge emeralds and turned them back into a pretty narrow choker which she also wore again it's a very twenties style bando um it was a very young and exciting look , and she wore the bandeau around her head during the tour of australia when she took to the court razed by prince charles and again it is a very memorable image of the young princess of wales in 1911 king george and queen mary were crowned emperor and empress of india the queen received gifts of indian jewelery which she mixed with cambridge emeralds to create a peru valued at £2 million at current prices for the occasion a crown made especially for the king contained a fabulous array of emeralds, sapphires, extraordinarily fine rubies and more than six thousand diamonds sent from india the imperial crown was created especially for the derba newspaper in 1911 george v f He was the first and only British monarch to actually be crowned Emperor of India in India in November 1911 and it was simply the most amazing event of the day and therefore a new crown had to be made because it is possible that crowns of england never leave the coast of this country by act of parliament, therefore we have a new crown.
Can you imagine one of those Indian celebrations when people arrive on elephants in howders? on this hot day and you are sitting under an extraordinary throne, probably the throne itself is decorated with jewels, this is what Queen Mary and King George V went through at the beginning of their reign when India was the most important part of the future commonwealth and the maharajas approached them carrying these incredible jewels as gifts queen mary received emeralds in their own right from the indian people and had them made into fantastic jewels mixed them with the cambridge emeralds to make different parua diana received one of the sets of emeralds and prince charles bought her an art deco emerald and diamond bracelet to go with it as if he knew nothing about his young wife.
I don't know she didn't like emeralds elsewhere a whiff of cambridge emeralds is in the air pinned to the queen's lapel there is an emerald brooch surrounded by two circles of out-of-order diamonds and on the queen is wearing a duchess of cambridge brooch with 14 cut diamonds at the turn of the century the russian royal family was closely related to their british counterparts nicholas ii was married to queen victoria's granddaughter alex and the young tsar nicholas and king george were cousins ​​of vacations when they were young they spent many happy moments together during a voyage in Russian waters in 1908 they were filmed aboard the royal yacht in the company of other members of their family but the storm clouds of revolution were blowing and with the assassination of the tsar and his family by the bolsheviks in 1918 royal relatives fled to all corners of europe grand duchess vladimir fled to switzerland carrying her jewels members of the russian royal family q they were down on their luck and had nothing but their r jewelry to support themselves they sold it privately they were not very practical people grand duchess olga was a woman who had never had to deal with money and of course it looks like a gift from heaven when queen mary comes saying let me fix it for you.
I know this jeweler and of course I would love to have them. She chose the Russian jewelry. It is highly doubtful whether she paid for them in full at the proper price, though I believe that many were given. in kind for these exiled Russian relatives, they had homes of grace and favor as some of the lesser royals do today, so maybe there was compensation there, but in royal terms of jewelry, Queen Mary didn't he paid the full blow among the jewels acquired by the queen. mary was the tiara of grand duchess vladimir the queen inherited it in 1951 and has worn it on many state occasions consisting of 15 interlocking diamond circles with an interchangeable oscillating pearl in each estimated to be worth £2 million at today's prices other Russian jewelry purchased by Queen Mary included a cabochon sapphire brooch surrounded by two rows of diamonds with a pearl drop dangling from a diamond necklace in 1929 Queen Mary purchased a chain choker necklace diamond belonging to the dowager empress mary of russia the fall of the russian royal family helped fuel queen mary's obsession with jewelry.
Her passion for jewelry was second to none and was expressed through her mania for collecting. When she died in 1953, she bequeathed her jewelry to her children and grandchildren. She married her fourth son, George, the Duke of Kent. Princess Marina, the granddaughter of Grand Duchess Vladimir, the Duke's family inherited a variety of valuable Russian jewels, including a spiky Russian tiara that Princess Michael of Kent inherited from her mother-in-law, Queen Mary's third son, Henry, The Duke of Gloucester, and his family inherited an exquisite diamond tiara that once belonged to the Dowager Empress Mary of Russia. The Young Duchess of Gloucester wears it for official functions on other occasions.
She has been photographed wearing diamonds and pearls inherited from distant Russian relatives. russian kokoshnik tiara with fringes consists of 61 platinum bars encrusted with 488 diamonds made in the shape of a peasant headdress this was a gift to princess alexandra of society ladies on her silver wedding anniversary in 1888 a similar one was worn by alex the tsarina of russia princess alexandra is photographed wearing one for her wedding anniversary at marlborough house to accompany it she wore two exquisite s foil earrings with large central diamonds surrounded by slightly smaller ones Queen Mary inherited the kokushnik tiara from her mother-in-law and passed it on to the Queen who wears it on formal occasions when entertaining other heads of state don't always agree on The queen's 1995 state visit to russia raised the very sensitive issue of what, if any, jewelry she should wear.
She visited the tombs of her royal cousins ​​the tsars for the first time when, thanks to her grandmother, Queen Mary, she was able to choose her best jewelry at her home in a vault. Her trip to Russia included Moscow and a visit to a gala performance at the Bolshoi ballet during the layover was a deliberate choice to wear the sapphire and diamond parou she had received as a wedding gift from her father rather than choose any of her inherited russian jewelery the queen really didn't want to offend anyone by not wearing something that might have upset them so the jewelery collection was looked at very carefully it's the same everywhere you go and if you go to canada australia always It's nice on that occasion to wear something that has been given as a gift in that country, but like jewelry. she had come from Russia under some sort of perhaps mysterious circumstances, the queen didn't want to upset anyone so she completely stayed away from all Russian jewelry and actually wore the anger sapphire and diamonds at the bolshoi ballet when i was there at the um bolshoi theater when the queen walked into the box and there was a ten minute standing ovation and i couldn't believe people appreciated her like this she was absolutely overwhelmed inspired by bow knot tiara design from a Russian lover, Queen Mary had a similar one made consisting of 19 diamond bows, oriental pearl drops dangle from a diamond lover's loop knot with individual diamonds and upright pearl prongs, the queen inherited it from her grandmother and gave it to her.
She gave it to Princess Diana as a wedding present in the 19th century. A lover's lasso, not the tiara, was a popular design. You know that Queen Mary had all these relatives spread across Germany and Russia, and she used to go in the summer. It was called the meeting of the royal mafia they used to go on summer holidays together to very luxurious butlins or club mediterranee with only members of the royal family and then of course all dr Dinner essentials in those days tiaras and the queen Maria then would have seen jewelry that she loved and the bonus tiara was something she had copied by gerard just before world war one in the russian revolution of 1914 wearing jewelry that was pearls especially that had been given to her as a wedding gift but if she had made it herself she gave it to the queen who has barely worn it and then the queen gave it to princess diana as the future queen the lover's hunk's knot tiara is one of only two pieces of jewelery reals that diana fully owned are part of her legacy, she used her own personality to make the tiara a part of her, her image and lovers, not the tiara, which was a wedding gift to her from your Majesty, the queen i think she has created some of the most dramatic images of diana that we will all remember and cherish she is too much a part of the legend of diana in 1843 queen victoria singled out garads as the crown jewelers many of the royal jewels have been made by garrod's and when the future king edward vii married princess alexandra in 1863 he gave her a brilliant scalloped pearl and diamond necklace made by garrod's has eight circular clusters of diamonds with large pearls in the center of each the earrings matching are owned by the queen today and the oblong diamond brooch has belonged to the queen mother since her husband's accession to the throne in 1936 queen elizabeth the queen mother has often worn queen alexandra's necklace here at the premiere of a film 50 years ago her graceful manner reflects the majesty of the occasion the queen personally pays the garage to look after her personal jewelery collection in her ge workshop delicately crafted into stunning jewels valued at thousands of pounds prince charles paid the garage £28,000 for princess diana's sapphire and diamond engagement ring which has been inherited by his son prince william in 1936, the The future of the British monarchy was threatened when the Queen's uncle, King Edward V.
III abdicated to marry the twice-divorced Mrs. Wallace Simpson. This constitutional crisis also led to the royal jewels being taken by a stranger from the start. wallis simpson received in his engagement ring a flawless stone that was half of one of the largest emeralds in the world king edward had commissioned jeweler cartier to make the ring and as a regular customer was quoted a special price of ten thousand pounds, the equivalent of half a million. Today, throughout their marriage, he celebrated their relationship by gifting his wife with numerous jewels to create a priceless collection, most of which the jewels he had were either bought for her by the enamored future Duke of Windsor or were made of jewels. that they had given her in india, which are rough stones, but they weren't really jewelry that they say queen victoria had worn this was the collection forrivaling even the queens when the duke of windsor died went to the duchess and from then on most of it, i understand, went to the aids research charity fetched a phenomenal price, some 10 times as much which was expected because they had been owned by the duchess of windsor because there was all this royal romance connected with them one of wallace's favorite jewels his ruby ​​necklace fetched over a million and a half pounds from a mystery buyer at the auction of Geneva in 1987 when the entire collection sold for a total of £27 million buyers included clothing designer calvin klein who bought four items for over eight hundred and seventy thousand pounds aaron spelling dynasty tv producer bought a necklace for his wife and elizabeth taylor he bought the prince of wales diamond brooch for £350,000 now worth an estimated £1 million the j oyas of the duchess of windsor of course they were sold for charity now that's something i don't think we'll see other members of the royal family but some pieces did manage to sneak into the royal family you know princ ess michael of kent who befriended the duchess before she died i think maybe she was feeling a bit strange and therefore they had something in common and she got as a gift a pair of panther earrings those famous cartier earrings and the wears very occasionally but would not imagine in front of the queen that one of the queen mother's favorite pieces of jewelry is a royal indian tiara and necklace made by garads for queen victoria in 1853 originally contained 2670 diamonds and 70 opals , but queen alexandra had the unfortunate opals removed and replaced with rubies from an indian necklace, the tiara and necklace belong to the state and are technically on loan to the queen mother in the line of duty, but her daughter is quoted , the queen saying mama will pay them back one day at princess margaret's wedding in 1960 coronation the glory of her dress was an unusual tiara margaret's tiara was interesting because it was not a piece of jewelry that had been passed down through the generations in generation or from mother to daughter or something it was a tiara that had actually been bought at sotheby's by the royal family for £5,500 for those who want to know um from lord baltimore and it was was was i'm sure it's still a land very very beautiful totally different from the hanoverian tiara which is quite spiky and almost graphic princess margaret's hair was quite modern i think it was called the chrysanthemum cut which is quite devastating nowadays and it's so little or maybe i suspect that it also gave the tiara she wore some depth by my presence she had a hairpiece on and this is the first time we know of a royal bride wearing a hairpiece on her wedding day.
One of Princess Margaret's favorite possessions is the 1920s-style tiara that she passed down to her future daughter. -Mother-in-law Serena Stanhope At her wedding to Princess Margaret's son, Lord David Lindley, Serena looked elegant in her choice of jewelry and wore this simple heirloom royal tiara. past is kind of a little tribute as we felt something like that but it also gave her height and presence on her wedding day in her early years a young princess margaret was the prince the bullseye of her day years later this darling of media was replaced by another beautiful young woman, princess diana had come to visit australia in 1983, she was wearing a brilliant diamond necklace lent to her by the queen, who had received it as a gift from king faisal of saudi arabia back in great britain at a banquet hosted by the queen in hampton court diana wore a large ice blue sapphire brooch surrounded by a double row of diamonds a wedding gift from the queen mother diana later redesigned the brooch to create a dazzling diamond sapphire choker and pearl more in keeping with her modern image at first, she wore that huge sapphire and diamond cluster quite conventionally and then as her style developed she began to assert her her own personality, her own style to wear her jewelry in very new, fresh and original ways, and it became one of her signature pieces, particularly towards the end of her life, when she started wearing those spectacularly sexy evening dresses with a single huge jewel another of diana's wedding gifts this time from the saudi royal family was a magnificent set of sapphires and diamonds one of the most important wedding gifts came from the crown prince of saudi arabia and it was a whole fruit of jewelry but her favorite piece in this suite was a necklace of a diamond necklace from which dangled a huge Burmese sapphire surrounded in a much more modern style with baguette diamonds in a setting we call a ballerina setting the most dramatic change she made to that outfit was to create for her a choker with the sapphires on a velvet band that she wore not only as a choker but also as a band around her head around her head. or her forehead very 1920s style and this was something she did it was a lot of fun she did it on several occasions another time during an official visit to germany in 1986 diana wore a fabulous set of jewelry gift from the sultan of oman composed for a modern diamond necklace and matching earrings it was known as the £1 million crescent set it became a favorite of diana's and she wore it with historical and contemporary jewelery diana was very clever in mixing the old and the new as i said this was a very contemporary design and she used it very well with the spencer family tiara or with the love not tiara and so it created a very special very real very real look for her by combining the old and the new of this way a royal wedding and family highlight their family heirlooms for the queen was her magnificent flower brooch made with the world's largest pink diamond the world's most perfect pink diamond was turned into a flower brooch e daffodil flower by cartier and given to the queen as a wedding gift from a canadian millionaire its estimated value today is three million pounds in 1893 the queen's grandmother queen mary received from the ladies of kensington a gift of weddings of a bow shaped diamond brooch with a large oriental pearl d rop to celebrate her wedding ladies from various British cities presented their gifts at 30 minute intervals and bow brooches were popular offerings at their daughter's christening in 1950 princess elizabeth wore a bow clasp given to her grandmother by the ladies of dorset bow clasps have been popular with

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since the 17th century and gerard's made a set of three diamonds gifted by queen victoria, queen alexandra and queen mary wore them at her coronations and the queen is regularly seen wearing ribbon brooches inherited from her grandmother, queen victoria was given a ribbon brooch for her golden jubilee now her jubilee brooch bileo is one of the queen mother's favorite pieces of jewelery incorporating a bold diamond and pearl flower with a signature diamond bow and a teardrop pearl wearing costume jewelery distanced princess diana from other members of the royal family who she frequented a lot of fashion stores looking for ideas on one occasion diana bought an imaginative jeweled snake to wear at a pop concert she was looking for very classic things but then she would try something like the snake she wore things that were quite adventurous but always brought things very classic this would like you to see her wearing all the time she brought a little pair of jeans that were french glass earrings black french glasses she wore them all the time or five pounds so they weren't intrinsic things it was because she was wearing things because they actually matched what she was wearing another famous pair of earrings she wore all the time were silver earrings for girls just gold so í that she accessorized herself, was to try things from the simplest to taking off very exciting things, a big star necklace or a wonderful star pinned on the back of her. the hair bands were a problem it's a long time to put on the tiara you need a lot of help it's heavy you have to do your hair diana complained that she got a headache and a headache neck pain and i think sometimes when she was Having to get ready for her nights out very early in the day, she said she had to wear it all during nursery tea with her and her kids, which must have been a bit awkward Diana wore fashion jewelry for fun, to accessorize her wardrobe High fashion, she owned little fine jewelry to her taste and was never given a diamond necklace in her life, so faux pearls were a convenient way to express herself.
I think it's hard to talk about Diana's jewelery or any jewelery princess of Wales without talking about pearls, she wasn't scared of the heritage of pearls in royal jewellery, she wasn't scared of the protocol to experiment with using pearls in different ways , but they are closely linked to the legend. of

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and in particular with the Princess of Wales who once again became a part of her, became her trademark and there is a memorable occasion where again Diana uses her famous wit and great sense of humanity. More than we know, she wore a long string of beautiful sumptuous pearls knotted very casually at the back of a V-shaped dress, she would have had a soul mate in Queen Alexandra, who, despite her vast jewelry collection, would you can believe? fake pearls and lots of fake stones to make fun things for her and there's a funny story about how when she was riding in one of those cars her pearl choker suddenly snapped and courtiers in a panic dug up and tried to pick it up. every pearl there was. rolling queen alexandra sat there very serenely as she might well have because they were all fake the crown jewels of england belong to the state and are kept in the tower of london their value is priceless they represent far more than gold and precious stones They represent hundreds of years of English history and have been worn by Kings and Queens since the 17th century The Queen's jewels are her personal property and their value is almost priceless Also at today's prices, you would realize an estimated £45 million pounds excluding historical provenance at auction maybe 300 million pounds using the criteria of the Duchess of Windsor's jewelery auction in Paris from the days of Queen Victoria's empire and Queen Mary's mania for collecting royal jewels. jewelery the royal family has amassed one of the greatest fortunes in the world tiaras diadems and crowns have become their trademark we have too much already the queen told the marquess of cambridge perhaps she feels her jewelery like other royal treasures is something that she is the keeper of as long as she is queen until they are passed on to the next generation of future royal brides it all started so well on diana's wedding day that the new princess had to borrow her sister's pearl choker to get out of honeymoon and another royal wedding in the future because the royal jewels looked pink what went wrong i often think of the queen's wisdom as a mother and grandmother and a head of the family i was always puzzled that diana was not given more royal jewelry and certainly sarah the duchess of york received nothing she received pieces that were bought at guards i think she didn't give them because she was suspicious from the start. start maybe these marriages were going to be rocky and the jewels maybe were held back to be given for 10th wedding anniversaries or 20th or 25th wedding anniversaries oh today more than ever jules spells majesty when royalty is on display the lights shine Jewelry that speaks an international language generates for the people who wear it an overwhelming sense of opulence, social supremacy and confidence.
Jewelry is, in fact, the true currency of royalty.

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