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Cullinan V Heart Brooch

The Cullinan VII and Cullinan VIII Brooch The Cullinan VII is an marquise-cut stone. The Cullinan VIII is a brilliant cut diamond. Queen Mary had this brooch made.

Sapphire and diamond brooch given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert   the day before their wedding, 1840. You see it occasionally on Queen Elizabeth.  [The Royal Collection Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II]

albert brooch - a gift from Prince Albert to Queen Victoria on their wedding day. Albert designed the sapphire brooch himself.

A BELLE EPOQUE AMETHYST AND DIAMOND BROOCH  The circular-cut amethyst within the diamond garland surround, suspending a graduated fringe of diamond leaves to the three pear-shaped drops, millegrain setting, mounted in platinum and gold, circa 1900,

Belle Epoque Amethyst And Diamond Brooch - Circular-Cut Amethyst Within The Diamond Garland Surround, Suspending A Graduated Fringe Of Diamond Leaves To The Three Pear-Shaped Drops, Millegrain Setting, Mounted In Platinum And Gold - Christie's

Edwardian platinum and gold heart shaped opal and diamond pendant | 1910

An opal & diamond brooch/pendant, circa Openwork cartouche ribbon & floral design, set throughout with cushion-shaped brilliant & single-cut diamonds, framing a heart-shaped cabochon opal, with suspended opal drop

The Cullinan VII and Cullinan VIII Brooch

The Cullinan VII and Cullinan VIII Brooch. Queen Mary used the Cullinan VII an carat marquise cut stone as a pendant to the Cullinan VIII, a carat oblong brilliant to form a second brooch.

A belle époque emerald and diamond brooch/pendant, circa 1910. Set to the centre with a square-cut emerald and single-cut diamond cluster, to an openwork border set with swags and floral garlands, within a quatrefoil frame, millegrain-set throughout with single and brilliant-cut diamonds and calibré and circular-cut emeralds, diamonds approximately 4.80 carats total, detachable brooch fitting. #EdwardianEmerald

A belle époque emerald and diamond brooch/pendant, circa Photo Bonhams Set to the centre with a square-cut emerald and.

At the time Queen Mary was given the 102 Cullinan cleavings in 1910, she had no idea she was to acquire the Cambridge Emeralds which came into her possession later in the same year.  The brooch made to show off the Cullinan V, an 18.8 carat hear shaped stone, then became the centre of the massive diamond and emerald Stomacher.    Queen Mary wore the brooch in 1911 pinned to simple day time dresses we wore aboard ship as she and the King travelled to India for the Delhi Durbar.

Queen Mary’s Russian Brooch - The brooch made to show off the Cullinan V, an carat heart- shaped stone; became the centre of the massive diamond and emerald Stomacher.

A tourmaline and diamond brooch  The heart-shaped pink tourmaline, within an old brilliant, single and rose-cut diamond ribbon and garland surround, old brilliant and single-cut diamonds approx. 0.30ct total, length 3.9cm, fitted case by Tessier, New Bond Street. Edwardian or Edwardian style or earlier.

A Tourmaline and Diamond Heart Shaped Brooch Edwardian or Edwardian Style or Earlier.

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The 'Winston Legacy' is the largest white diamond ever to come to auction. The Type IIa, pear-shaped, D colour, flawless diamond was sold to Harry Winston at Christie's auction of jewels in Geneva on 15 May

Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee Brooch. Queen Elizabeth’s brooch is a festoon design of diamonds with a pearl centre and a pearl drop hanging from a looped chain of diamond collets. It was a gift to Queen Victoria in 1897 from the members of her household in celebration of her golden jubilee. She left it to the crown in 1901. It came to Queen Elizabeth in 1936..

Queen elizabeth's brooch is a festoon design of diamonds with a pearl centre and a pearl drop hanging from a looped chain of diamond collets it was a gift to queen victoria in 1897 from the members of her household in celebration of her golden jubilee

Pearl chokers beong to the Empress Marie - mother of Czar Nicholas.

treasures-of-imperial-russia: Pearls of Maria Feodorovna. A total of 124 pearls spread over four strands divided by diamonds with a sapphire in the middle. The necklace can be taken apart and used as two bracelets and a brooch.

Monogram of Catherine II the Great of Russia, 1770s-1780s; Hermitage Museum.

Gold, silver and Diamonds Monogram of Catherine II the Great of Russia, Hermitage Museum.

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Circa 1910 diamond, emerald, and pearl pendant/brooch. The brooch surmount…

Phoenix crown worn by the Ming Dynasty Empress Xiaoduan. She was the wife of Emperor Wanli who reigned from 1573 to 1620. The enameled crown is decorated with pearls and turquoise. There is another view on the next page.

Enamel, Pearls & Turquoise Phoenix Crown of Ming Dynasty Empress Xiaoduan, wife of Emperor Wanli

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