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Of royal interest: a cased gold and enamel brooch, with the cypher of Queen Mary II of Great Britain, with a crown above decorated with red enamel to an oval garter frame, royal blue enamel decoration with the motto 'Honi. Soit. Qui. Mal. Y. Pense', in a fitted case by Plante, 12 Bury St, London SW. By repute given to Miss Jean Harkness, second personal housemaid to Queen Mary, 1935, Coronation 1937, Coronation 1953, by Queen Mary, tested as approximately 9ct gold £200-400 on 11th July 2017

Of royal interest: a cased gold and enamel brooch, with the cypher of Queen Mary II of Great Britain, with a crown above decorated with red enamel to an oval garter frame, royal blue enamel decoration with the motto 'Honi. Soit. Qui. Mal. Y. Pense', in a fitted case by Plante, 12 Bury St, London SW. By repute given to Miss Jean Harkness, second personal housemaid to Queen Mary, 1935, Coronation 1937, Coronation 1953, by Queen Mary, tested as approximately 9ct gold £200-400 on 11th July 2017

Garden of Queen Mary's Doll House, complete with tiny gardening tools a hedged garden and espaliered trees

Garden of Queen Mary's Doll House, complete with tiny gardening tools a hedged garden and espaliered trees

Finding Stories Throughout History: Queen Mary's Dollhouse. While Huguette's exquisite doll houses have  not been photographed in detail, they are very much on the scale of Queen Mary's. Every detail was made from the world's best materials.

Finding Stories Throughout History: Queen Mary's Dollhouse. While Huguette's exquisite doll houses have not been photographed in detail, they are very much on the scale of Queen Mary's. Every detail was made from the world's best materials.

King George V (1865 - 1936, centre, left) meets employees of the Gas Light and Coke Company at Beckton in east London, July 1926. The king and Queen Mary are at the site to to open the company's new coal handling plant.

King George V (1865 - 1936, centre, left) meets employees of the Gas Light and Coke Company at Beckton in east London, July 1926. The king and Queen Mary are at the site to to open the company's new coal handling plant.

Fabergé convolvulus (morning glory) study, c.1900. The flowers are of enamelled gold centred with rose diamonds, while the leaves are of white nephrite. The plant sits in a bowenite trough. Bought by Vita Sackville-West (the doyenne of twentieth-century English garden writers) from Fabergé's London branch, 30 March 1908 (£35); later presented by the royal family to Queen Mary on her birthday, 26 May 1949

Fabergé convolvulus (morning glory) study, c.1900. The flowers are of enamelled gold centred with rose diamonds, while the leaves are of white nephrite. The plant sits in a bowenite trough. Bought by Vita Sackville-West (the doyenne of twentieth-century English garden writers) from Fabergé's London branch, 30 March 1908 (£35); later presented by the royal family to Queen Mary on her birthday, 26 May 1949

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Delhi Carved Emerald Brooch, possibly slotted in the place of the sapphire of Marie Feodorovna's Sapphire Bandeau - or into a different diamond bandeau - wish someone would do this again!

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Delhi Carved Emerald Brooch, possibly slotted in the place of the sapphire of Marie Feodorovna's Sapphire Bandeau - or into a different diamond bandeau - wish someone would do this again!

Stalking the Belle Époque: Gifts of Grandeur: Queen Mary's Fabergé Bleeding Heart, 1900

Stalking the Belle Époque: Gifts of Grandeur: Queen Mary's Fabergé Bleeding Heart, 1900

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