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THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY -- The first piece of jewelry which Empress Maria Alexandrovna, grandmother of Nikolay II, has received was a small brooch. It was set with a magnificent and rare  green diamond of about 22,50 ct. It was a beautiful antique Indian stone, which had some minor spots, but this subject is not relevant in consideration of its fascinating green colour and outstanding beauty. The setting had an engraving on its back: “16. April 1841” – the day of her wedding.

THE ROMANOV JEWELRY -- The first piece of jewelry which Empress Maria Alexandrovna, grandmother of Nikolay II, received was a small brooch. It was set with a rare green diamond about ct. The setting is engraved on the back: April – the day of her wedding.

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ this is a 136 carat emerald "The Green Queen". Decorated by diamonds. In belonged to Nikolai of Russia and later in 1913, to GD Alexandra Iosifovna, wife of Nikolay II relative. Today is kept in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin ~

Romanov jewellery: this is a 136 carat emerald "The Green Queen". Decorated by diamonds. It belonged to Nikolai of Russia and later in to GD Alexandra Iosifovna, wife of Nikolay II relative. Today is kept in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin.

The Darya-ye Noor Diamond is the largest pink diamond on earth. The name Darya-ye Noor means 'Ocean of Light', and this beautiful diamond is pale pink in color which is extremely rare.

The largest known pink diamond, the most celebrated diamond in the Iranian Crown Jewels, and one of the oldest diamonds known to man; the Darya-i-noor is a pale pink, table or taviz-cut diamond with a name that means "River of Light".

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ Diamonds, gold, silver, enamel 1.5 x 1.9 cm 1.8 x 2.6 cm. There are the examples of men's jewelery - diamond tie pins that were converted from rings, probably in the 20s of the 19th century. These two jewels are decorated with rare stones: hot pink, soft pleasant tone oval Indian diamond (3.36 carats) and diamond intense blue diamond (7.6 carats), resembling the color of famous Ceylon sapphire.

There are the examples of men’s jewelery - diamond tie pins that were converted from rings, probably in the of the century.

Pink and diamond broich possibly was Q marys

This small brooch in the Queen Elizabeth II collection includes a central pink stone framed by diamonds and surrounded by larger round diamonds. On the outer edge, small diamonds are tucked between the largest stones. Via Her Majesty’s Jewel Vault.

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY ~ The pearl and diamond brooch created as a present to the celebrity date of Alexander III and Maria, parents of Nikolay II. Their portraits in miniatures are performed on enamel according to national traditions of jewelry performance.  Was presented to the court and nobles close to the Imperial family. The end of the 19th century.

The Romanovs jewelry. The pearl and diamond brooch created as a present to…

Queen Victoria's Crown Ruby Brooch. purchased along w/ necklace and earrings, from Garrard in 1854 by QV. Originally consisted of Opals and Diamonds. It's said that around 1902 Queen Alexandra, Queen Consort altered pieces by replacing Opals w/rubies, per Suzy Menkes, of The Royal Jewels, brooch not altered until 1926. Worn by Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother with rest of parure and Oriental Circlet Tiara. Not seen since death in 2002 but worn by QEII on 6/16/2015 to Royal Ascot, Day 1.

Queen Victoria's crown ruby brooch purchased with necklace and earrings from Garrard in 1854

S. J. Phillips, Ltd. - Art Deco single stone cushion diamond and emerald ring, c.1930, the claw set diamond approximately 4.40cts

Art Deco single stone cushion diamond and emerald ring, the claw set diamond approximately flanked by stepped rectangular cut emeralds, mounted in platinum

Green with envy. Ring in platinum with an esteemed, 3.52-carat round demantoid and round brilliant and baguette diamonds.

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Ring in platinum with an esteemed, round demantoid and round brilliant and baguette diamonds. Tiffany & Co.

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