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The Queen Mother`s Lily or "Foot Long" brooch. Inherited by the Queen in 2002. In the form of a stem of lilies, with two open flowers, claw & pave-set with brilliants & with 6 pear-shaped diamonds forming buds. The brooch was made by Cartier in London 1939 using diamonds already owned by the Queen.

The Queen Mother`s Lily or "Foot Long" brooch. Inherited by the Queen in In the form of a stem of lilies, with two open flowers, claw & pave-set with brilliants & with 6 pear-shaped diamonds forming buds. The brooch was made by Cartier in London 193

The Queen dazzles in a tiara at Commonwealth Heads of Government dinner in Malta | Daily Mail Online

The Queen dazzles in glittering tiaras at CHOGM dinner in Malta

The Queen dazzles in a tiara at Commonwealth Heads of Government dinner in Malta | Daily Mail Online

Gli Arcani Supremi (Vox clamantis in deserto - Gothian): I gioielli della regina Mary

Delhi Durbar Tiara worn by Queen Mary to the Durbar in Delhi on 12 December…

British Royal Jewels: Queen's Gold Dahlia (Frosted Sunflower) Brooch The Frosted Sunflower Brooch is one of the Queen’s favourites, and one of the few pieces especially designed for her.  Frosted Sunflower Brooch

British Royal Jewels: Queen's Gold Dahlia (Frosted Sunflower) Brooch The Frosted Sunflower Brooch is one of the Queen’s favorites, and one of the few pieces especially designed for her.

“The Queen Maria-José Ruby Ring”, an exceptional 8.48 carats Burmese “pigeon’s blood” ruby and diamond ring formerly part of the personal collection of the last Queen of Italy, Maria-José (1906-2001).

“The Queen Maria-José Ruby Ring”, an exceptional 8.48 carats Burmese “pigeon’s blood” ruby and diamond ring formerly part of the personal collection of the last Queen of Italy, Maria-José (1906-2001).

Queen Victoria's famous diamond necklace and tear dropped earrings have an interesting history. Victoria had to hand over to the Duke of Cumberland, king of Hanover in 1857 a chunk of her inherited jewelry. This angered and upset her immensely. She ordered the royal jewelers to make carbon copies of the lost jewelry. This exercise was carried out by using precious stones from "swords and useless things", as put by her. This necklace needed 28 stones taken from 2 Garter badges and a sword…

Queen Victoria-my favorite! The diamond coronation necklace and earrings were originally created for Queen Victoria. The jewels have been worn by Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary, The Queen Mother and Queen Elizabeth II at their coronations.

Stalking the Belle Époque: Gifts of Grandeur: The Queen Mother’s Diamond Chandelier Earrings, 1918

Stalking the Belle Époque: Gifts of Grandeur: The Queen Mother’s Diamond Chandelier Earrings, 1918

Weekend Bonus: The Queen Mary Fringe Tiara | A Tiara a Day-Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (1900-2002) wears the Queen Mary Fringe Tiara. She also wears two necklaces: the Queen Victoria Diamond Collet Necklace, worn by the last four British queens at their coronations, plus a longer collet necklace that was a gift from her husband, King George VI

186-Carat Diamond Is Cursed

Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother wearing a fringe tiara and Queen Victoria'a necklaces and earrings. When Queen Elizabeth, consort of King George VI, first wore the tiara, Sir Henry "Chips" Channon called it 'an ugly spiked tiara'.

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