The Crimson Star is a 121 carat Rubellite Tourmaline making it the largest gem quality Rubellite publicly acknowledge in the world at present. The gem derives its name from its unique and breathtaking color.
Ring Place of origin: England, Britain (made) Date: ca. 1816 (dated) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Enamelled gold set with rubies and a brilliant-cut diamond, with hair in a locket Museum number:
Victorian Gold, Diamond, Pearl & Emerald Ring circa 1880 by hanan.
The Queen hasn`t been seen wearing this brooch yet, it looks like a copy of her Coronation bouquet which featured orchids. It was a predominately white bouquet with Cattleya, Odontoglossum Crispum orchids (some of which had golden centres), white roses, carnations, stephanotis & lily of the valley with a touch of asparagus fern for greenery. The brooch seems to be made of white & yellow gold with a few diamonds for sparkle. The brooch is pictured in Angela Kelly`s book "Dressing the Queen".
Kashmir Sapphire and Diamond Ring England circa 1950 A platinum ring set with one central cushion shaped old cut unheated Kashmir sapphire in a claw setting with an approximate weight of carats, flanked by raised split openwork geometric stepped sh
Emerald and diamond brooch and earrings formerly belonging to Catherine the Great of Russia. The centerpiece of this brooch was a rectangular-shaped, step-cut, dark green emerald weighing carats, and surrounded by two layers of smaller diamonds.
THE DELHI DURBAR NECKLACE -- The necklace was presented to Queen Mary (of Teck) by the Maharanee of Patiala on behalf of the Ladies of India to mark the first visit to India by a British Queen-Empress. - updated info from Tudor Queen
1.87 Carat Pink Sapphire, Platinum and Diamond Art Deco Ring