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The Queen Mother`s Greville Diamond Bow brooch. An unusually large brooch by Boucheron of Paris, made in 1900 of diamonds, silver, and gold. It was bequeathed by Mrs Greville to Queen Elizabeth in 1942 and was not often worn. It now belongs to the Queen Elizabeth II.

Greville Diamond Bow Brooch - 1900 - by Boucheron - unusually - diamonds, silver & gold - bequeathed by Mrs Greville to Queen Elizabeth in 1942 - not often worn

The Queen`s "Two Swimming Swans" brooch by G Collins & Son. The bodies of the swans are large freshwater baroque pearls, the rest of the swans are depicted in diamonds & the brooch is made of platinum & gold with black enamel accents.

The Queen`s "Two Swimming Swans" Brooch by G. Collins & Son Freshwater Baroque Pearls, Diamonds, Platinum, & Gold with Black Enamel Accents.

Queen Elizabeth's enormous pink diamond, the Williamson Diamond Brooch, by Cartier

The Williamson Diamond Brooch features a carat pink diamond, which was found in Tanzania by Canadian geologist, John Williamson

Sapphire and Diamond tiara and brooch. Part of the Parure made for Tsarina Alexandra

Tsarina Alexandra's Sapphire and Diamond Tiara and Brooch - 1894 - by Kochli - commissioned by Tsar Alexander III for his new daughter-in-law Alexandra - tiara had 16 large sapphires - gold with diamonds framed in silver - disappeared in the revolution

Queen Elizabeth II`s gift to her mother for her 100th birthday. The brooch is made of quartz crystal with a painting on the back of a Queen Elizabeth pink rose, which was a rose named after the Queen Mother, framed in a diamond frame composed of 100 diamonds.

Queen Elizabeth II`s gift to her mother for her birthday. The brooch is made of quartz crystal with a painting on the back of a Queen Elizabeth pink rose, which was a rose named after the Queen Mother, framed in a diamond frame composed of 100 diamonds.

The Queen`s Scottish Oban Plaid brooch. A large silver shield style brooch with a type of polished agate or Oban marble in the centre.The Queen wore the brooch to Open the 1st Scots Parliament in nearly 300 years. It was pinned to her shoulder to secure her Isle of Skye Plaid scarf.

If you are interested in viewing attractive stones and related items, turquoise jewelry is sure to grab your interest. From tiny earrings to massive pendants, artisans love to work with this attractive blue material.

Anne Boleyn Sapphire Tiara Anne Boleyn was Queen of England from...

Anne Boleyn Sapphire Tiara Anne Boleyn was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the second wife of King Henry VIII. Henry VIII created her Marquess of Pembroke in her own right

Queen Elizabeth's pearl and ruby necklace. Historians say it's possible that the pearls may have belonged originally to her mother, Anne Boleyn.

Queen Elizabeth I's pearl and ruby necklace. Historians say it's likely that the pearls belonged originally to her mother, Anne Boleyn. (The famous 'B' necklace?

Locket ring of Queen Elizabeth I. (gold with enamel, rubies, diamonds & mother-of-pearl). The top portrait is likely of her mother, Ann Boleyn, the other is a profile of Elizabeth herself.

Beautiful pictures of Queen Elizabeth I’s secret locket ring. It wasn’t discovered until her death that the ring opened up to reveal two portraits of her and her mother Queen Anne Boleyn. I love Anne Boleyn

Queen Elizabeth ll’s ruby and diamond earrings formerly belonging to Queen Mary, and the ruby and diamond necklace was given to the Queen by her parents as a wedding gift.

Queen Elizabeth’s ruby and diamond earrings formerly belonging to Queen Mary, and the ruby and diamond necklace was given to the Queen by her parents as a wedding gift.

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