Diamond Heart -- The Duchess of Windsor Collection
Elizabethan Silver-Gilt Ring, late century A.
Gold, Ruby, Turquoise and Diamond Purse Owned by the Duchess of Windsor Wallis Simpson
A turquoise necklace A diamond, emerald, and sapphire necklace Gold bangle bracelet Red enamel bracelet Pair Turquiose and gold earrings Pair of gold earrings_ Jewels of the Duchess of Windsor
Heart~~Cartier brooch give to Wallis Simpson by the Duke of Windsor
‘The Windsor Heart’ Yellow Diamond. yellow diamond was bought by the Duke of Windsor for the Duchess (Wallis Simpson) in 1951 from Harry Winston to complement her other yellow diamond and set in a ring.
The Portland Antique Sapphire, Diamond, & Natural Pearl Stomacher Brooch ~ circa Duchess of Portland, wearing the brooch ~
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Diamond and ruby necklace of Queen Alexandra
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The order of lady-in-waiting to Empress Alexandra, with its original bow, ca russia diamond brooch royals
French Diamond, Ruby and Enamel Suite, Circa 1880's
A rare and truly exquisite antique pin/pendant and earring ensemble from late century France with lovely Renaissance Revival and Medieval Celtic design elements. Masterfully hand-crafted in rich 18 karat gold with vivid green guilloche enamel, mine-c
Foliate spray set with circular-cut and rose-cut diamonds. The drawings show combinations for the jewel to be worn as a tiara, aigrette, brooches, necklace, or as a corsage ornament.
The Briolette of India is a legendary diamond of carats, which, if the fables about it are true, may be the oldest diamond on record, perhaps older than the Koh-I-Noor Diamond.
Monogram pin -- The Duchess of Windsor Collection Made by Kenneth J. Lane just like the The pin represents the monogram of The Duke of Windsor and Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor.
Queen Elizabeth I’s locket ring, taken from her hand at her death. ER (Elizabeth Regina) in diamonds and blue enamel on outside; inside, a portrait of herself and her mother, Anne Boleyn, who was executed when Elizabeth was two years old.