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The Duchess of Windsor collection. 1. Pair of Yellow Diamond Earrings weighing 5.17 carats and 5.18 carats (Harry Winston). 2. Pair of Yellow Diamond Pins weighing 40.81 carats and 52.13 carats (Harry Winston).

The Duchess of Windsor collection. 1. Pair of Yellow Diamond Earrings weighing 5.17 carats and 5.18 carats (Harry Winston). 2. Pair of Yellow Diamond Pins weighing 40.81 carats and 52.13 carats (Harry Winston).

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Teck Turquoise Tiara

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Teck Turquoise Tiara

Collection of six tiepins, early 20th century and later Comprising: tinted crystal intaglio of the cypher of George V as Prince of Wales; a...

Collection of six tiepins, early 20th century and later Comprising: tinted crystal intaglio of the cypher of George V as Prince of Wales; a...

The jewels of the Duchess were bought by her husband Edward (the former King Edward VIII) or herself.   The only pieces given to the Duchess by the Royal family were the pearls of Queen Mary as a final gesture towards her son Edward and his wife, as somewhat of an apology.

The jewels of the Duchess were bought by her husband Edward (the former King Edward VIII) or herself. The only pieces given to the Duchess by the Royal family were the pearls of Queen Mary as a final gesture towards her son Edward and his wife, as somewhat of an apology.

This bracelet has a royal connection. Wallis Spencer, who became Duchess of Windsor when she got married to Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor automatically became the owner of all the royal jewels of that kingdom. Amongst the stunning jewelry, there was this Cartier-designed diamond panther bracelet that broke all the auction records as it was sold for USD 12,417,369 at Sotheby's. This uniquely-designed bracelet is adorned with ruby, sapphire, diamond and emerald.

This bracelet has a royal connection. Wallis Spencer, who became Duchess of Windsor when she got married to Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor automatically became the owner of all the royal jewels of that kingdom. Amongst the stunning jewelry, there was this Cartier-designed diamond panther bracelet that broke all the auction records as it was sold for USD 12,417,369 at Sotheby's. This uniquely-designed bracelet is adorned with ruby, sapphire, diamond and emerald.

EXCEPTIONAL JEWELS AND PRECIOUS OBJECTS FORMERLY IN THE COLLECTION OF THE DUCHESS OF WINDSOR: GOLD AND DIAMOND NÉCESSAIRE DU SOIR, CARTIER, PARIS, DECEMBER 1947 Egg-shaped with twisted ropework borders, the front engraved with the armorial bearings of HRH The Duke of Windsor, the reverse with monogram WW for Wallis Windsor below a Royal Ducal coronet, the thumbpiece collet-set with a rose diamond, opening to reveal a single lidded compartment with a mirror and feather powder puff.

EXCEPTIONAL JEWELS AND PRECIOUS OBJECTS FORMERLY IN THE COLLECTION OF THE DUCHESS OF WINDSOR: GOLD AND DIAMOND NÉCESSAIRE DU SOIR, CARTIER, PARIS, DECEMBER 1947 Egg-shaped with twisted ropework borders, the front engraved with the armorial bearings of HRH The Duke of Windsor, the reverse with monogram WW for Wallis Windsor below a Royal Ducal coronet, the thumbpiece collet-set with a rose diamond, opening to reveal a single lidded compartment with a mirror and feather powder puff.

Duke & Duchess of Windsor's royal tiepin in the form of the letter ''E'', likely for Edward VII. Made of square-cut sapphires topped with a diamond-laden crown and highlighted with diamonds along the lower edges of the ''E''. Measures 2.75'' in total length. Near fine. Provenance from Sotheby's auction of The Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor, held in Geneva on 3 April 1987, lot 178.

Duke & Duchess of Windsor's royal tiepin in the form of the letter ''E'', likely for Edward VII. Made of square-cut sapphires topped with a diamond-laden crown and highlighted with diamonds along the lower edges of the ''E''. Measures 2.75'' in total length. Near fine. Provenance from Sotheby's auction of The Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor, held in Geneva on 3 April 1987, lot 178.

The jewels of the Duchess were bought by her husband Edward (the former King Edward VIII) or herself.   The only pieces given to the Duchess by the Royal family were the pearls of Queen Mary as a final gesture towards her son Edward and his wife, as somewhat of an apology.

The jewels of the Duchess were bought by her husband Edward (the former King Edward VIII) or herself. The only pieces given to the Duchess by the Royal family were the pearls of Queen Mary as a final gesture towards her son Edward and his wife, as somewhat of an apology.

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