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The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Sunday Brooch: The Centenary Rose

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Sunday Brooch: The Centenary Rose

The Boucheron tiara was left to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother by the Hon. Mrs Greville from Boucheron in London on 8th January, 1921.  It was made up from the customers stones which were taken from an old tiara.

The Boucheron Honeycomb Tiara : The Boucheron tiara was left to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother by the Hon. Mrs Greville from Boucheron in London on January, It was made up from the customers stones which were taken from an old tiara.

Queen Elizabeth's coronation gown, jewelry, and crown.

Queen Elizabeth's coronation gown, jewelry, and crown. Never saw an up close pictures. Love how the countries in the UK were represented. Shamrocks for Ireland, thistle for Scotland, and roses for England. I can't tell what Wales is though.

Queen Elizabeth evening gown. Made for a three-week visit to Nigeria in 1956

The Queen of style: The beautiful gowns and precious jewellery that have made the Queen the very image of royalty

A Hartnell dress was again her choice for a three-week visit to Nigeria in 1956 - Queen Elizabeth

Jewellery detail of Queen Elizabeth I, attributed to Nicholas Hilliard, about 1572-5

Phoenix portrait (phoenix pendant detail) of Queen Elizabeth I, by Nicholas Hilliard,

Queen Elizabeth II (right) received this regal headpiece from her grandmother Queen Mary (left). Since then, the crown always appears with t...

Lifestyle: The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara-Queen Elizabeth II (right) received this regal headpiece from her grandmother Queen Mary (left). Gorgeous style for the British and Ireland Tiara.

"Queen Elizabeth I" Cluster Necklace. Replica from the one she´s wearing in the next portrait

Replica of a Renaissance necklace worn by Queen Elizabeth I as seen in a period portrait currently located at Portraitgalerie, Schloss Ambras, Innsbruck, Austria - artist and date unknown.

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.

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

Queen Elizabeth I'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?

The tiara and a matching bracelet were commissioned by Her Majesty in 1963 to complete the parure.

George VI Sapphire Tiara: Queen Elizabeth II had this tiara created in 1963 from a necklace that belonged to Princess Louise of Belgium, Princess of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha.

King William IV (Adeleide's) Brooch. 1830 the King William IV took 6 lg brilliants & a number of smaller stones from his father's Badge of the Order of the Bath had this brooch made. It was left to the Crown by Queen Victoria in 1901. Queen Mary attached a large oval diamond drop to the brooch in 1929 and Queen Elizabeth wore it (without the drop) at her Coronation. 'The Jewels of Queen Elizabeth II' by Leslie Field p/b p 80.

The King William IV Brooch In six large diamonds and a number of smaller stones to be re-fashioned as a piece of jewellery for his wife,The end result was a magnificent brooch featuring six large stones in a circular frame around a cluster centre.

Most valuable in the Queen's collection and the most valuable brooch in the world - it only been worn by Queen Elizabeth II approximately half a dozen times. Affectionately dubbed “Granny’s Chips”, after Queen Mary, it consists of the Cullinan III and the Cullinan IV - a 94.4ct pear-shape diamond hanging from a 63.6ct square-cut diamond, both of which were taken out of Queen Mary’s tiaras. Queen Elizabeth II inherited it when her grandmother passed away in 1953.

91 years of style: all the Queen's brooches

The third and fourth largest stones cut from the Cullinan diamond are known as Cullinan III and Cullinan IV and can be hooked together as a brooch. In The Queen inherited the brooch and wears it regularly.

This Flower Basket brooch was given to Queen Elizabeth by her parents in November 1948 to commemorate the birth of Prince Charles. The brooch features a large ruby, diamonds in flower sprays with a ruby, and sapphire and diamond petals in a basket design. However, what is likely MORE valauble than the brooch is the illuminated manuscript in which she is pointing and the authors here fail to point this out. . .

91 years of style: all the Queen's brooches

FLOWER BASKET BROOCH: Ruby, sapphire and diamond petals in a flower spray in a basket design with accent emeralds on the bottom. The Queen received it as a gift in November 1948 by her parents to commemorate the birth of Prince Charles.

The Prince Albert

The 11 Most Stunning Brooches in the Royal Vaults

The Prince Albert