British Crown Jewels
Royal Crown Jewels and other gems
The Fringe Tiara: The Royal Collection states that Queen Mary had the piece made in 1919 from a necklace she received from Queen Victoria as a wedding present. They specify that Victoria bought the necklace from Collingwood & Co. jewelers in 1893. It was given to Queen Elizabeth in 1936. Elizabeth lent it to her namesake daughter for its history-making appearance atop the bridal veil. She lent it out again to her granddaughter, Princess Anne, for another bridal appearance.
Diana's wedding band made from pure Welsh gold. Mined from the Clogau St. David gold mine in Wales, the nugget also provided gold for the wedding rings for the Queen Mother, the Queen, Princess Margaret and Princess Anne. It is engraved inside,"I Love You, Diana." All royal brides have rings made from gold mined at the Welsh mine - including Kate Middleton.
From the Royal Collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The brooch incorporates two of the Cambridge emeralds, one a gold-set cushion-shaped stone, the other a detachable pear-shaped pendant. The brooch could also be fitted into the Delhi Durbar stomacher. When so used by Queen Mary, the two emeralds were separated by the Cullinan VIII brooch.