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Queen Victoria's Crown Ruby Brooch. purchased along w/ necklace and earrings, from Garrard in 1854 by QV. Originally consisted of Opals and Diamonds. It's said that around 1902 Queen Alexandra, Queen Consort altered pieces by replacing Opals w/rubies, per Suzy Menkes, of The Royal Jewels, brooch not altered until 1926. Worn by Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother with rest of parure and Oriental Circlet Tiara. Not seen since death in 2002 but worn by QEII on 6/16/2015 to Royal Ascot, Day 1.

Queen Victoria's crown ruby brooch purchased with necklace and earrings from Garrard in 1854

Fabergé pin at Wartski..This is sooo adorable!!! I love it!!!

Aristocratic jewellery

A gold and gem-set pendant/brooch by Fabergé coloured pearls interspersed with diamond-set bows, set throughout with rose and brilliant-cut diamonds, with gold brooch fitting.

A BELLE EPOQUE DIAMOND, PEARL, PLATINUM AND GOLD BROOCH. circa 1910

PIN BELLE EPOQUE PEARL AND DIAMOND Fully repercée, set with round diamonds old cut and trimmed in pink with pearl set and pearls and retaining in tassel falling diamonds and pearls, platinum and gold frame.

Cultured Pearl, Diamond, Platinum Clip-Brooch, circa 1950 The brooch features cultured pearls ranging in size from 4.20 x 4.40 mm to 6.60 x 6.70 mm, enhanced by full and single-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 2.35 carats, accented by baguette-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.40 carat, set in platinum, completed by a double pinstem and catch mechanism on the reverse.

Cultured Pearl, Diamond, Platinum Clip-Brooch, circa 1950 The brooch features cultured pearls ranging in size from - Available at 2011 December 5 - 6 Fine.

The Williamson Brooch was a wedding gift to the Queen from Canadian geologist Dr John Williamson, who unearthed the 23.6 carat pink centre gem

The Queen's bling-bling of a jubilee! Priceless tiaras, necklaces and brooches. The ultimate diamond collection is revealed for the first time

Pink Bling: The Williamson Brooch was a wedding gift to Queen Elizabeth II from Canadian geologist Dr John Williamson, who unearthed the incomparable carat centre gem, the finest pink diamond ever found.

The Cullinan VI and VIII Brooch, Garrard & Co, 1911. Diamonds: A Jubilee Celebration. Credit line: The Royal Collection (c) 2012, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II    Via The Jewellery Editor.

The Cullinan VI & VIII Brooch, Garrard & Co, Diamonds: A Jubilee Celebration. Credit line: The Royal Collection (c) Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Royal tour 2014: Kate Middleton will dazzle in diamonds and pearls from New Zealand designers during visit  http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/royal-tour-2014-kate-middleton-3381313#ixzz2yDLSeEbs Follow us: @DailyMirror on Twitter | DailyMirror on Facebook

Royal tour 2014: Kate Middleton will dazzle in diamonds and pearls from New Zealand designers during visit

Duchess Kate has ordered these diamond and pearl earrings from Wellington-based jewelry duo Tory & Ko Jewellers to wear during her upcoming Australia/NZ trip. (photo credit: Getty/TORY & KO) www.

Historical Revival in Jewelry - Antique Jewelry University

Historical Revival in Jewelry - AJU Devonshire Parure Incorporating Eighty-Eight Antique Gems from the Duke of Devonsires Collection, Attributed to Hancock

Royal Family of Denmark jewels

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark's opal and diamond Brooch/Pendant/Ring from the Goverment of South Australia

brooch ca. 1830 via The Victoria & Albert Museum

Brooch

A diamond brooch

A diamond brooch estimated total diamond weight: carats; mounted in platinum-topped eighteen karat gold; length: 2 Edwardian or Edwardian style.

| PRINCE ALBERT'S SAPPHIRE | H.R.H. Prince Consort Albert of Great Britain, née Prince of Saxony-Coburg-Saalfeld (1819-1861) presented this large oblong sapphire set in gold and surrounded by 12 round diamonds to H.M. Queen Victoria of Great Britain and Ireland, Empress of India (1819-1901) on February 9, 1840. She duly wore her present from "dearest Albert" on their wedding day and frequently afterwards, up until Albert's death. Now in H.M. Queen Elizabeth II's possession, she wears it…

Queen Victoria’s Wedding Brooch ~ 1840 ~ Sapphire, diamonds and gold The day before her wedding, Queen Victoria recorded the gift from ‘dearest Albert’ of ‘a splendid brooch, a large sapphire set round with diamonds

Diamond brooch, Circa 1950.   Centering an antique pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately 1.95 carats, framed by round, old European-cut, single-cut, French-cut and baguette diamonds weighing a total of approximately 10.25 carats.

Diamond brooch - Centering an antique pear-shaped diamond weighing approximately carats, framed by round, old European-cut, single-cut, French-cut and baguette diamonds weighing a total of approximately carats.

14kt Gold, Opal, and Gem-set Brooch, set with an opal carved to depict an exotic bird, with pear-shaped and single-cut diamond melee accents and circular-cut amethyst and green stone highlights, lg. 2 in.

Gold, Opal, and Gem-set Brooch, set with an opal carved to depict an exotic bird, with pear-shaped and single-cut diamond melee accents and amethyst and green stone highlights

The Teck Crescent Tiara came into the British royal family by way of Queen Mary's mother, Princess Mary Adelaide, the Duchess of Teck.

royal crowns and tiaras of Teck Rose Crescent; The Teck Crescent Tiara came into the British royal family by way of Queen Mary’s mother, Princess Mary Adelaide, the Duchess of Teck.

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