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A gift from Mappin & Webb (jewelers, Royal Warrant-holding silversmiths, and home of the current Crown Jeweler, Martin Swift) in collaborati...

Queen Elizabeth II`s gift to her mother for her 100th birthday. The brooch is made of quartz crystal with a painting on the back of a Queen Elizabeth pink rose, which was a rose named after the Queen Mother, framed in a diamond frame composed of 100 diamonds.

The Queen hasn`t been seen wearing this brooch yet, it looks like a copy of her Coronation bouquet which featured orchids. It was a predominately white bouquet with Cattleya, Odontoglossum Crispum orchids (some of which had golden centres), white roses, carnations, stephanotis & lily of the valley with a touch of asparagus fern for greenery. The brooch seems to be made of white & yellow gold with a few diamonds for sparkle. The brooch is pictured in Angela Kelly`s book "Dressing the Queen".

The Bronte Porcelain Brooch. During her 2014 trip to Northern Ireland, the Queen debuted a new floral brooch, announced by the palace as having been made by Bronte Porcelain and designed by Rob and Lucy Price. From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault

Tay Brooch worn by the Queen at the Windsor Horse Show 1995. It appears this is the only picture we can find of the Queen wearing this Brooch.

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Jordan Turquoise Demi-Parure. Given to the Queen by King Hussein of Jordan. http://queensjewelvault.blogspot.com/2015/08/the-jordan-turquoise-demi-parure.html