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Cameo tiara belonging to Josephine made from a single shell of Cassis Cornuta, its shape following that of the shell. Engraved with five medallions surrounded by wreath- or beads-edging, with Apollo's chariot in the centre,& the 4 Seasons, represented by putti, on the sides. Embellished with rubies, emeralds and turquoises mounted on gold flower motifs. images - Royal Jewels of the World message board

Cameo tiara belonging to Josephine, made from a single shell of Cassis Cornuta…

George VI and Elizabeth 1937: the King's coronation gift necklace to his wife (Queen Mother Elizabeth).

George VI and Elizabeth the King's coronation gift necklace to his wife (Queen Mother Elizabeth).

Camilla's Jewels: The Diamond Serpent Necklace  ~ The necklace consists of round and square-cut diamonds that adorn the serpent’s body, set in a platinum frame. The head of the snake is decked with smaller round diamonds, with two tiny rubies for the eyes. The Serpent Necklace is purported to be a gift from the Prince of Wales, presented before their wedding. Camilla has been wearing the necklace since at least 2001

One of the Duchess of Cornwall’s signature jewels is her diamond serpent necklace. The Diamond Serpent Necklace The necklace consists .

Cartier halo scroll tiara worn by the Duchess of Cambridge at her wedding to Prince William by angelina

The Strathmore Rose Tiara was a wedding gift to the Queen Mum from her father, the Earl of Strathmore. It’s a delicate tiara, worn by the

Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Focus on... Camilla's Jewels: Turquoise Demi-Parure

One of my favourite pieces from Camilla’s personal jewellery collection is her turquoise demi-parure.

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: one of the Queen's less frequently seen wedding presents, the Carrington Sapphire Feather Brooch

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: one of the Queen's less frequently seen wedding presents, the Carrington Sapphire Feather Brooch

Lot of diamond and pink topaz brooch and earrings, from a Sotheby's aucvtion. Bought by Prince Charles for his wife. The brooch was converted as the central clasp of her now famous choker.

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Duchess of Cornwall's Pink Topaz Choker and Earrings

El aderezo se compone de tiara, pendientes, collar, pulsera y broche.  Napoleón, queriendo asegurarse que su Coronación, celebrada en Diciembre del 1804, fuese lo más deslumbrante posible, dió dinero a sus Mariscales para que pudiesen comprar joyas y vestidos lujosos para tal acto. Uno de esos Mariscales, que compró diamantes y rubies, fué Juan Bautista Bernadotte, que mandaría hacer este aderezo para su esposa, Desireé. Con el paso del tiempo, esta pareja serían proclamandos Reyes de…

Queen Ingrid of Denmarkk, nee Sweden, ruby parure given to Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

The Queen Anne and The Queen Caroline Necklaces - These tow rows of large, lustrous, graduated pearls, with pearl clasps, are always worn together and were left to the Crown by Queen Victoria. The shorter row, of forty-six pearls, weighs 1,045 grammes and is said to have belonged to Queen Anne, the last of the Stuart monarchs. The longer of the pair weighs 1,429.2 grammes. In 1947 both necklaces were given to Princess Elizabeth as a wedding present by her father King George VI.

Queen Anne pearls) and Queen Caroline pearls) Pearl necklaces . some of the oldest jewels of Queen Elizabeth . Her parents gave them to her as a wedding gift. Elizabeth wore them on her wedding day in 1947

Royal Jewels of the World Message Board: Duchess of Cornwall and the "Nelson" brooch

The"Nelson" Brooch. A replica of the original. Checking the original site, one can see that the original must have been much larger if Nelson's portraitist pictured it accurately.

Wedding crown used by Grand Duchesses of Russia, whether they were born Romanovs, or marrying into the family.

Russian Nuptial Crown (Russian Crown Jewels) worn by Tsarina Alexandra during the coronation.

Diamond tiara/necklace, last quarter of the 19th century. Composed of fleurs de lys and confronting scroll motifs, swing-set with a graduated row of twenty pear-shaped diamond, on a band composed of lozenge and trefoil motifs, set throughout with cushion-shaped and rose diamonds, several small stones deficient, the tiara detaches to form a necklace and a bandeau, the bandeau detachable into two sections of approximately 310mm and 145mm. Property from the estate of Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe

Diamond tiara/necklace, last quarter of the century. Composed of fleurs de lys and confronting scroll motifs, swing-set with a graduated row of twenty pear-shaped diamond, on a band composed of lozenge and trefoil motifs, set throughout with cushion-

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