These two diamonds – known as Cullinan III and IV, or the Third and Fourth Stars of Africa, or “Granny’s Chips” are the most famous Cullinan chippings. Cullinan III is a pear-shaped 94.4 carat diamond and is suspended from Cullinan IV, a square-cut 63.6 carat diamond, in the famous silver Cullinan Brooch setting.
Cullinan III and IV Brooch The third and fourth largest of the gems - a pear-shaped drop of 94.4 carats known as Cullinan III and the cushion-shaped 63.3 carat Cullinan IV - were originally placed by Queen Mary on her new crown in 1911
The Cullinan V Heart-Shaped Brooch-Cullinan V is an unusual heart-shaped diamond of 18.8 carats, set in a diamond and platinum surround intended to emphasize the heart shape. Like III and IV, the diamond was a gift from the South African government to Queen Mary. Current owner is Queen Elizabeth
This sparkling Art Deco diamond brooch is accented by three center round cut garnets and calibre cut garnets at the corners. The old cut diamonds are in millegrain settings in a geometric openwork design.