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While fashion tastes come and go, there is one person who has long worn brooches whether they are au courant or not­: Queen Elizabeth II.

While fashion tastes come and go, there is one person who has long worn brooches whether they are au courant or not­: Queen Elizabeth II.

Queen Victoria's Fringe Brooch. Also referred to as the Waterfall Brooch.

Queen Victoria's Fringe Brooch - aka Waterfall Brooch - Queen Elizabeth wears this often

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.

Luckenbooth Brooches from Edinburgh, Scotland (in the 1700's) were traditionally exchanged between lovers on betrothal. Features two intertwined hearts - Scotland's Thistle and Mary Queen of Scot's crown. <> (Scottish, celtic, celts, jewelry)

Celtic: Luckenbooth Brooches from Edinburgh, in the were traditionally exchanged between lovers on betrothal. Features two intertwined hearts, Scotland's Thistle, and Mary, Queen of Scots' crown.

The same brooch The same pearls The same love. Beautiful photo of Queen and Prince Philip.

The same brooch The same pearls The same love.

I really do admire Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Phillip.how Prince Phillip has been supporting the queen for the past 60 years.not to mention i think they make a good looking couple too. Long live the Queen and Prince Phillip.

Her Majesty in red visiting Canada wearing  her Canadian maple leaf broach

Birthday of Queen Elizabeth

Not one to shy away from color, each memorable hat Queen Elizabeth II wore on her Canada 2010 Tour matched her outfit perfectly. Even the bouquets bestowed upon her managed to match the color scheme!

Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee Necklace.

Dresden Green Diamond- 41 carats g) natural green diamond, originated in the Kollur mine in the state of Andhra Pradesh in Today, the diamond is shown in the "New Green Vault" at Dresden Castle.

Queen Mary dressed to the nines.  The bodices of her gowns were reinforced with buckram so the heavy diamond brooches didn't distort the fabric.

Queen Mary dressed to the nines. The bodices of her gowns were reinforced with buckram so the heavy diamond brooches didn't distort the fabric. Now you can tell them apart :))

love love love Kate's look to present shamrocks to the Irish Guards on St. Patrick's Day

Kate's Irish charm: An emerald Duchess presents St Patrick's Day shamrocks to guardsmen (and she's a knockout for one soldier)

The Duchess of Cambridge looks terrific on St. Patrick's Day as she visits the Irish Guard.

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.

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