Der Krönungschmuck, das Diamant Diadem sowie das Krönungs Halsband mit Diamanten, das die englische Königin anlässlich der Krönungszeremonie im Jahr 1953 trug.
Eine Ausstellung im Buckingham Palace vom 27 Juli bis 29 September 2013 zeigt eine Auswahl an Schmuck und Juwelen, sowie die Roben der Königin anlässlich des historischen Events.
The Diamond Diadem and the Coronation Necklace, this jewels were worn by Her Majesty on Coronation Day, 2 June 1953.
This summer marks the 60th anniversary of the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. To celebrate this anniversary, a special exhibition at Buckingham Palace will bring together an unprecedented array of the dress, uniform, robes and these jewels -worn for the historic event. The special exhibition at the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace, 27 July – 29 September 2013
On Coronation Day, The Queen wore important diamond jewellery that both fitted the occasion and had strong historic references.
For the journey to Westminster Abbey, she wore the Diamond Diadem, which was designed and made by Rundell, Bridge & Rundell in 1820 for George IV’s coronation the following year.
The design incorporates the national emblems of the thistle, rose and shamrock, and includes 1,333 diamonds set in silver and gold.
The Coronation Necklace, R. & S. Garrard & Co., 1858 It has acquired its name from having been worn at the coronations of Queen Alexandra in 1901, Queen Mary in 1911, Queen Elizabeth in 1937 and Her Majesty The Queen in 1953.
Like almost all inherited royal jewellery, it has undergone complicated changes since it was originally made.
It now consists of 25 graduated cushion-cut brilliant diamonds set in silver with gold links, and a large pendant diamond of 22.48 metric carats, known as the Lahore Diamond.