The Queen`s Six Petal Diamond Flower brooch. This brooch is designed as a clematis flower & is composed of six old-cut, pave-set diamond petals. Each petal has a large row of diamonds down the centre. The petals surround a large round single diamond collet, mounted in silver with a closed back setting. The brooch is 6.5cms wide. Princess Elizabeth wore this brooch in her engagement photo.

GEORGE III DIAMOND FLOWER BROOCH Designed as a clematis, the six old-cut pavé-set diamond petals to the diamond collet centre, mounted in silver, in closed back setting, circa 1770

Queen Mary's Russian Brooch: Queen Alexandra's sister, the Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia, gave Princess May of Teck this unusual brooch consisting of a large square-cut diamond and a square cabochon sapphire set in a scroll frame of round diamonds as a wedding present in 1893. The Empress and her husband, Tsar Alexander III, later added sapphire and diamond bracelets to the gift.

Queen Mary's Russian Brooch: Queen Alexandra's sister, the Empress Marie Feodorovna of Russia, gave Princess May of Teck this unusual brooch consisting of a large square-cut diamond and a square cabochon sapphire set in a scroll frame of round diamonds as

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Sunday Brooch: The True Lover's Knot

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The True Lover's Knot Brooch. Acquired by Queen Mary from Garrard, left to Queen Elizabeth II in 1953

BELLE EPOQUE BROOCH/ PENDANT. Western Europe, 19th Century, A bow-shaped platinum brooch / pendant put with old cut diamonds and in the middle a large natural pearl. "Belle Epoque", 1900, Dimensions:. 5 x 3.5 cm                                                                                                                                                                                 More

BELLE EPOQUE Country: Western Europe Period: Century A bow-shaped platinum brooch / pendant put with old cut diamonds and in the middle a large natural pearl.

In 1920, Queen Mary had Garrards design a diamond and pearl stomacher.  This stomacher has remained in the Royal Collection and has been worn as originally intended:  a collection of three broaches.  The exquisite workmanship is typical of the standard demanded by Queen Mary for her jewels.  Queen Mary gave it to the Queen as a wedding gift in 1943.

Queen Mary's Stomacher 8 inches long, given to the Queen by Queen Mary in 1947 as a wedding gift. These were popular when women wore corsets, but now the Queen only wears one of the 3 sections of this piece. Its Precious 🌟 SLVH ♥♥♥

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