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QEII in the Crown Ruby Necklace and Ruby Drop Earrings. Queen Victoria commissioned a magnificent necklace of opals surrounded by diamonds with a matching pendant and drop earrings which she later left to the Crown. No fan of opals, Queen Alexandra had them switched for stunning large rubies on the necklace, earrings, and also on the Oriental Circlet Tiara

QEII in the Crown Ruby Necklace and Ruby Drop Earrings. Queen Victoria commissioned a magnificent necklace of opals surrounded by diamonds with a matching pendant and drop earrings which she later left to the Crown. No fan of opals, Queen Alexandra had them switched for stunning large rubies on the necklace, earrings, and also on the Oriental Circlet Tiara

Queen Elizabeth II bought the sapphire necklace of Princess Louise of Belgium and had it mounted on a frame so it could be worn as a tiara in 1963.

Queen Elizabeth II bought the sapphire necklace of Princess Louise of Belgium and had it mounted on a frame so it could be worn as a tiara in 1963.

It was commissioned by the Queen from the then Crown jeweller Garrard in 1957, to match a necklace and earrings given by the President of Brazil to mark her coronation in 1953

The Queen's tiaras are the heart of her jewellery collection

It was commissioned by the Queen from the then Crown jeweller Garrard in 1957, to match a necklace and earrings given by the President of Brazil to mark her coronation in 1953

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Girls Of Great Britain Tiara and Coronation Set at a state banquet at Buckingham Palace, 2011

The Queen of Diamonds: On show at the Palace, a dazzling collection of jubilee jewels

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Girls Of Great Britain Tiara and Coronation Set at a state banquet at Buckingham Palace, 2011

Queen Alexandra's Russian Kokoshnik Tiara - On 10 March 1888 the Prince and Princess of Wales celebrated their silver wedding anniversary at Marlborough House. Before they hosted a large family dinner party, Princess Alexandra received Lady Salisbury, who presented her with this diamond tiara on behalf of 365 peeresses of the United Kingdom. The tiara was made by Garrard.

Queen Alexandra's Russian Kokoshnik Tiara - On 10 March 1888 the Prince and Princess of Wales celebrated their silver wedding anniversary at Marlborough House. Before they hosted a large family dinner party, Princess Alexandra received Lady Salisbury, who presented her with this diamond tiara on behalf of 365 peeresses of the United Kingdom. The tiara was made by Garrard.

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