The Newhaven Horse Brooch. (shown here with  Duke of Edinburgh's Tudor rose tie pin) To commemorate their visit to East Sussex  the Newhaven Chamber of Commerce presented the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh with pieces donated by jeweler Mike Shorer and his company Historic Jewellery Reproduction. http://queensjewelvault.blogspot.com/2013/11/the-newhaven-horse-brooch.html

The Newhaven Horse Brooch. (shown here with Duke of Edinburgh's Tudor rose tie pin) To commemorate their visit to East Sussex the Newhaven Chamber of Commerce presented the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh with pieces donated by jeweler Mike Shorer and his company Historic Jewellery Reproduction. http://queensjewelvault.blogspot.com/2013/11/the-newhaven-horse-brooch.html

This brooch, a spray of three yellow daffodils in diamonds, was first seen in a painting by Dan Llywelyn Hall which was commissioned by the ... She wore it on a visit to Essex in May 2014.

This brooch, a spray of three yellow daffodils in diamonds, was first seen in a painting by Dan Llywelyn Hall which was commissioned by the ... She wore it on a visit to Essex in May 2014.

The Queen`s "Eternal Dove" brooch, is made of diamonds, platinum & gold. The Jewellers Assoc ran a competition to select a design, a student Ivonna Poplanska won. The "Dove" is loosely based on the sceptre in the Crown Jewels. "Sceptre with Dove" made for King Charles II. The Dove encompasses four flowers, the Shamrock, Daffodil, Thistle & Rose. The gold in each symbol is made of rare Irish, Welsh, Scottish & English gold. The dove stands for peace.

The Queen`s "Eternal Dove" brooch, is made of diamonds, platinum & gold. The Jewellers Assoc ran a competition to select a design, a student Ivonna Poplanska won. The "Dove" is loosely based on the sceptre in the Crown Jewels. "Sceptre with Dove" made for King Charles II. The Dove encompasses four flowers, the Shamrock, Daffodil, Thistle & Rose. The gold in each symbol is made of rare Irish, Welsh, Scottish & English gold. The dove stands for peace.

The Queen`s Bridge of Tay brooch.  It is made in the form of a miniature flower bouquet with seven amethyst buds surrounded by white & gold ferns & grasses, along with a central group of 12 mauve-tinted fresh-water pearls from the river Tay.

The Queen`s Bridge of Tay brooch. It is made in the form of a miniature flower bouquet with seven amethyst buds surrounded by white & gold ferns & grasses, along with a central group of 12 mauve-tinted fresh-water pearls from the river Tay.

The Queen`s new brooch made by Bronte Porcelain. The brooch resembles a bunch of flowers, that look like snowdrops or a similar flower.

The Queen`s new brooch made by Bronte Porcelain. The brooch resembles a bunch of flowers, that look like snowdrops or a similar flower.

Queen Victoria pictured in 1897 for her Diamond Jubilee. She is wearing some of the ears of Wheat brooches along her neckline.

Queen Victoria pictured in 1897 for her Diamond Jubilee. She is wearing some of the ears of Wheat brooches along her neckline.

The Diamond Cockade Brooch has been worn to three coronations and used in its present form by four queens.

The Diamond Cockade Brooch has been worn to three coronations and used in its present form by four queens.

The Queen`s three rose brooches from the Nizam of Hyderabad tiara. She usually wears the large one on its own & the two smaller ones together.

The Queen`s three rose brooches from the Nizam of Hyderabad tiara. She usually wears the large one on its own & the two smaller ones together.

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