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Pair of Mughal Diamond Bracelets Queen Alexandra| Royal Jewels|

A Pair of Diamond and Pearl Bracelet and a Pair of Pearl and Diamond Bracelet Jewels of Queen Alexandra British Royal Jewels

Der Schmuck von Königin Alexandra, der aus zwei Paar Armbändern besteht, ein Paar sind Mughal-Diamant- und Perlenarmbänder mit drei Reihen großer, alter Minendiamanten im Mughal-Stil und ein zweites Paar Perlenarmband mit Diamantverschlüssen, jeweils sieben Reihen Perlen.

 

Über ihren letzten Willen ist nichts bekannt, aber die Königin hinterließ es ihrem Sohn und war 1926 Eigentum von König George V.
Mughal Pearl Bracelets – set of a pair of Pearl Bracelets with Diamond Clasp

Diamond Fringe Kokoshnik|Queen Alexandra Royal Diadem|Silver Wedding Gift|Princess of Wales|England Royal Jewel History

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Diamond Fringe Kokoshnik of Queen Alexandra Royal Diadem|Silver Wedding Gift|Princess of Wales|England Royal Jewel History

Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara  Diamond Fringe Kokoshnik|Queen Alexandra Royal Diadem|Silver Wedding Gift|Princess of Wales|England Royal Jewel History
Diamond Fringe Kokoshnik|Queen Alexandra Royal Diadem|Silver Wedding Gift|Princess of Wales|England Royal Jewel History

Queen Alexandra’s Kokoshnik Tiara, one of the favorite Diamond Tiaras of Queen Elizabeth II from England, could be also worn as necklace in the time of Queen Alexandra, but later fixed only for a tiara and reduced 16 Diamond-Fringe….more…

Royal Jewels of Queen Alexandra Rubies and Diamond Bracelet | Wedding Gift of the Ladies of Hampshire and the Isles of Wight

Rubies and Diamond Bracelet | Wedding Gift of the Ladies of Hampshire and the Isles of Wight

Royal Jewels of Queen Alexandra Rubies and Diamond Bracelet | Wedding Gift of the Ladies of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
Wykehlan Cross
Royal Jewels of Queen Alexandra Rubies and Diamond Bracelet | Wedding Gift of the Ladies of Hampshire and the Isles of Wight| the bracelet raised a large cross – a copy of the old County Wykehlan Cross

Rubies and Diamond Bracelet | Wedding Gift of the Ladies of Hampshire and the Isles of Wight

Ruby and Diamond Bracelet Royal Jewels of Queen Alexandra| Prince of Wales Ruby Bracelet| Duchess of Manchester Ruby Bracelet

Emerald and Diamond Brooch of the Ladies of North Wales | Royal Wedding Present Queen Alexandra

Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on the Investiture of the Prince of Wales in 1969

Emerald and Diamond Brooch of the Ladies of North Wales | Royal Wedding Present Queen Alexandra| Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on the Investiture of Prince of Wales ady Williams Wynn organized a subscription for local women to donate for a gift. Lady Williams Winn’s father spent many years as England’s representative at the Royal Court in Denmark and she was described as being on intimate terms with the Danish Court.
The money raised was used to create three items of jewelry: this brooch, a pair of diamond and emerald earrings, and the smaller Prince of Wales Brooch  The jewels were made by Garrard and all set in Welsh gold from Merionethshire.
This brooch, called The Leek Jewel in press articles from the time, is described as, “there are 15 large brilliants in the sides and upper part of the oval; these represent the 15 tribes of Wales. The bottom represents a ribbon with green edges, formed of emeralds, on which is the motto, “I’n Tywysoges No,” i.e., “To our own Princess.” The letters of these words are formed of small diamonds. The leek itself, in the center, is of emerald. The drop, at the bottom, is also an emerald. This is a very elegant ornament, and can be worn either as a brooch or a locket.”
It was written that the present was graciously received by Queen Alexandra when it was presented at to her at Marlborough House and she expressed great admiration for its design.
Emerald and Diamond Brooch of the Ladies of North Wales | Royal Wedding Present Queen Alexandra| Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on the Investiture of Prince of Wales

Emerald and Diamond Brooch of the Ladies of North Wales | Royal Wedding Present Queen Alexandra| Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on the Investiture of Prince of Wales

Ladies of North Wales brooch with Emeralds worn by the Duchess of Cornwall | British Royal Jewels History
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Ladies of North Wales brooch with Emeralds worn by the Duchess of Cornwall | British Royal Jewels History

Ladies of North Wales brooch with Emeralds worn by the Duchess of Cornwall | British Royal Jewels History

Queen Alexandra Emerald brooch and Emerald Ornaments | England Queen Royal Jewel History

Dowager Queen Alexandra of England Great Britain and Ireland jewels:


Queen Alexandra Emerald brooch and Emerald Ornaments | England Queen Royal Jewel History

Jewels worn by Queen Alexandra in 1922, at the wedding of Princess Nina Georgievna of Russia.


Queen Alexandra Emerald brooch and Emerald Ornaments | England Queen Royal Jewel History
Jewels worn by Queen Alexandra in 1922, at the wedding of Princess Nina Georgievna of Russia.

Queen Alexandra Emerald brooch and Emerald Ornaments | England Queen Royal Jewel History

Royal Emerald Tiara | Wedding gift to Princess Louise of Great Britain, Duchess of Argyll

Königliche Smaragde der Prinzessin Louise, Herzogin von Argyll

Royal Jewels -Duchess of Argyll Important Emerald brooch| Princess Marina Duchess of Kent

Juwelen und Schmuck Prinzessin Louise von Grossbritannien und Nordirland, Tochter von Queen Victoria

Royal Jewels – Emerald brooch| Duchess of Kent and Princess Michael of Kent

Princess Margaret Countess of Snowdon| Royal Jewels

the story behind her jewels:

Suffolk Regiment Badge-brooch Of Emeralds and Rubies And Diamonds Set In Platinum | Princess Margaret of England Great Britain Countess Snowdon| Royal Jewel History

Suffolk Regiment Badge-brooch Of Emeralds and Rubies And Diamonds Set In Platinum | Princess Margaret of England Great Britain Countess Snowdon| Royal Jewel History
Suffolk Regiment Badge-brooch Of Emeralds and Rubies And Diamonds Set In Platinum | Princess Margaret of England Great Britain Countess Snowdon| Royal Jewel History
Queen Alexandra's Nursing Corps Badge Brooch| Princess Margaret of England Great Britain Countess Snowdon| Royal Jewel History QARANC Brooch Royal Pin Royal Badge
Queen Alexandra’s Nursing Corps Badge Brooch| Princess Margaret of England Great Britain Countess Snowdon| Royal Jewel History QARANC Brooch Royal Pin Royal Badge

Queen Alexandra’s Nursing Corps Badge Brooch| Princess Margaret of England Great Britain Countess Snowdon| Royal Jewel History

Canadian Mable Leaf Gold Brooch | Princess Margaret of England Great Britain Countess Snowdon| Royal Jewel History

Saskatchewan Head of Wheat Gold Brooch | Princess Margaret of England Great Britain Countess Snowdon| Royal Jewel History

List of mysteries About Royal Jewels | Great Britain England

The list from Franck, friend and history jewel lover, from the History of Famous Jewels and Collections Board.

The where about

I. Former Queens :

a. Queen Adelaide :

Queen Adelaide’s diamond collet necklace

II. Queen Alexandra
a. Certainly in the vault
i. Queen Alexandra’s Lalique hair ornament (Suzy Menkes) ;
ii. The huge badge from the Ladies of South Wales
iii. The opals from the ruby and diamond parure


b. Mysteries
i. A short of diamond crown worn at the Devonshire ball
ii. The hair combs with huge diamonds worn with the small diamond crown from Queen Victoria
iii. The huge diamond necklace (left side in the link)
iv. Several diamond collet necklaces (on least one with huge diamonds)
v. A second Cartier Resille necklace
vi. A huge pearl and diamond necklace
vii. A ruby diamond choker & bangles – gift of the ladies of South Australia in 1889
viii. The demi-parure of opals – wedding gift – Queen Victoria
ix. The diamond earrings given as a wedding gift by the Corporation of the City of London
x. The diamond stars brooches
Xi. Emerald and diamond flower brooch from HRH The Duchess of Cambridge maybe in the NRC

III. Queen Mary

Another of the royal wedding gift from the Duke of York, later King George, to his bride was a large and decorative anchor of big single diamonds in line, with two large sapphires, the royal bride wore it on her wedding gown very prominent on the wedding day. The whereabou is unknown.
Another of the royal wedding gift from the Duke of York, later King George, to his bride was a large and decorative anchor of big single diamonds in line, with two large sapphires, the royal bride wore it on her wedding gown very prominent on the wedding day. The whereabou is unknown.

a. Certainly in the vault :

i. The lozenge tiara – last worn by Princess Margaret ;
ii. The sapphire and diamond tiara – last worn by Princess Margaret -certainly in the vault
iii. The pearl and diamond stomacher
iv. The Delhi Durbar emerald and diamond stomacher
v. The Cambridge emerald and diamond bangle
vi. The Resille Cartier necklace
vii. The ruby and diamond brooch from the Countess of Torby (Andrew Morton)

b. Mysteries :

i. The laurel wreath/leaves tiara worn by Princess Mary the Princess Royal
ii. 8 important collet necklaces : the fate of 4 of them – No information of the others 4
iii. On least 2 small collet necklaces worn with pendants at operas, theatres…
iv. The diamond collet necklace wedding gift from the Prince and the Princess of Wales
v. A diamond fringe necklace worn for several portraits
vi. The ruby and diamond hair comb
vii. The ruby and diamond choker
viii. The sapphire and diamond choker -found by Beth
ix. Ropes of pearls
x. The long feather diamond brooch from Empress Eugenie of France
xi. Big sapphire and emerald brooches
xii. The ruby, emerald and diamond brooch from Princess Helena
xiii. The huge amethyst and diamond brooch worn with the amethyst parure

c. Wedding gifts :

i. Diamond necklace from the Duke of Westminster used as diamond band
ii. A Forget me not Diamond pearl Aigrette
iii. A pearl and diamond comb – Sir G. and Lady Lucas
iv. The feather diamond aigrette from the groom
v. A five-row pearl necklace given by her husband
vi. a peridot, ruby and diamond peacock feather brooch with a small bow from the Ex-Queen Isabella of Spain
vii. Others wedding gifts

Diamond arrow brooch, hairpin, headornament,hadpin, cubid*s dart, cubid’s arrow in diamonds Queen Mary Royal Jewel History

viii. A diamond arrow brooch from Earl and Countess of Dudley

IV. Queen Elisabeth the Queen Mother

a. Certainly in the vault

i. The Duchess of York’s diamond necklace ;
ii. A long diamond sautoir worn as Duchess of York
iii. The emerald and diamond necklace from Mrs. Ronald Greville
iv. The emerald and diamond long sautoir from Mrs. Ronald Greville (Press articles from Beth)
v. A pearl and diamond sautoir, consisting of five rows of pearls, mounted on fine platinum wiree with a large pearl drop>> from the Citizens of London
vi. A pearl and diamond platinum sautoir necklace, emerald and diamond tassel and pearl fringe, by Catchpole & Williams
vii. Several pearls necklaces
viii. The Ruby Greville bow brooch
ix. Princess Marie Louise’s oval sunburst pendant brooch

x. The emerald and diamond bracelet from Queen Alexandra
xi. The diamond snake bracelets from Queen Alexandra and her mother
xii. The ruby bracelets
xiii. The emerald bracelets

b. Mysteries i.

A sunburst diamond brooch pendant, the stones being set in the form of a sunburst Engagement present from Queen Mary
ii. a pendant of sapphire and diamonds – together with the Queen (Not seen)
iii. a rope necklace of pearls and diamonds from her father (not seen)
iv. a pearl and diamond bracelet to match from her mother – wedding gift (Seen) From Beth
v. A ruby and diamond ring from the Cora Countess of Stafford (photos from Beth)

vi. A long diamond sautoir worn as Duchess of York worn in Paris for example ; (Found by Beth and Franck) (Press articles)

vii. A long sapphire and diamond sautoir from Sintzenich (From Baxter or Boffer) ; 

viii. A sapphire and diamond necklace – wedding gift from Queen Mary 

ix. A gold chain with diamond drops surmounted with ruby – will from her Godmother Mr. Arthur James (press articles found by Beth on her site)

c. Brooches not worn
– The scent-bottle and true-lovers knot in diamonds from Miss Alice de Rothschild (Wedding gift to Queen Mary) (worn as a Duchess)
A small diamond horseshoe brooch (gift from Queen Mary) probably later owned by Princess Charlotte in 2022
– A small diamond arrow brooch (worn as a Duchess)
– A large diamond clips worn for a portrait near a door
– An emerald and diamond arrow brooch (Wedding gift from her Godfather)
– An emerald and diamond brooch (Given as an anniversary wedding gift from her husband)
– An emerald and diamond clips worn also as a clasp of pearl necklace
– A emerald and diamond pendant brooch
– A sapphire corsage brooch given as a wedding gift by Queen Mary
– A sapphire and diamond bar brooch – wedding gift from the Princess Royal and Princess Maud

II. Princess Diana’s wedding gift : 

a- (number 25°) :Prince Charles does have a property abroad (acceptance of a 360 000 pounds holiday palm beach as a wedding gift created a political storm“  from Andrew Morton


Silver Wedding Present | Sapphire and Diamond Necklace Emperor Empress of Russia

SAPPHIRES DIAMOND COLLAR| Romanov Jewel Gift|British Royal Jewels History

SAPPHIRES DIAMOND COLLAR| Romanov Jewel Gift|British Royal Jewels History Sapphire and Diamond Choker Collier, Silver Wedding present - silver wedding gift to Queen Alexandra of England
SAPPHIRES DIAMOND COLLAR| Romanov Jewel Gift|British Royal Jewels History Sapphire and Diamond Choker Collier, Silver Wedding present – silver wedding gift to Queen Alexandra of Great Britain – Ireland England

Jewels of Queen Alexandra Sapphires Necklace Silver Wedding gift

Dagmar Necklace | Princess of Wales – Queen Alexandra| England Wedding Gift

The Dagmar Necklace 1863

Given by King Frederick VII of Denmark, to his daughter Princess Alexandra, as wedding present

Queen Alexandra’s Dagmar Necklace | Royal Jewelry Princess of Wales

Queen Alexandra's Dagmar Necklace | Royal Jewelry Princess of Wales  The necklace and facsimile of the Cross of Dagmar was presented by King Frederick VII of Denmark to Princess Alexandra upon her marriage to the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII) in 1863. It is set with 118 pearls and 2,000 diamonds.
Queen Alexandra’s Dagmar Necklace | Royal Jewelry Princess of Wales The necklace and facsimile of the Cross of Dagmar was presented by King Frederick VII of Denmark to Princess Alexandra upon her marriage to the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII) in 1863. It is set with 118 pearls and 2,000 diamonds.
Queen Alexandra's Dagmar Necklace | Royal Jewelry Princess of Wales

The necklace and facsimile of the Cross of Dagmar was presented by King Frederick VII of Denmark to Princess Alexandra upon her marriage to the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII) in 1863.
It is set with 118 pearls and 2,000 diamonds.
Queen Alexandra’s Dagmar Necklace | Royal Jewelry Princess of Wales

The Dagmar Necklace |Royal Jewel History Queen Elizabeth II

Necklace and Earrings presented by the Corporation of the City of London

The necklace ". . . consists of 32 Golconda diamonds
Necklace and Earrings presented by the Corporation of the City of London
The necklace „. . . consists of 32 Golconda diamonds

Necklace and Earrings presented by the Corporation of the City of London | Royal Wedding Present to Alexandra the Princess of Wales

Cambridge Gold Bracelet with Diamond Enamel Buckle Alexandra Princess of Wales Queen Alexandra

Cambridge Gold Bracelet with Diamond Enamel Buckle Alexandra Princess of Wales Queen Alexandra from the duke of Cambridge -
Cambridge Gold Bracelet with Diamond Enamel Buckle Alexandra Princess of Wales Queen Alexandra from the Duke of Cambridge

Bracelet of turquoises and brilliants, by their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Hesse

Gold buckle bracelet, which has a clasp of enamel and diamonds, was presented by HRH Princess Mary of Cambridge.

Cambridge Gold Bracelet with Diamond Enamel Buckle Alexandra Princess of Wales Queen Alexandra from the Duke of Cambridge

Cambridge Bracelet | Queen Alexandra British Royal Jewelry

Cambridge Bracelet | Queen Alexandra British Royal Jewelry 

Emerald Diamond flower Brooch | Royal Wedding Present | Duchess of Cambridge

Emerald Diamond flower Brooch | Royal Wedding Present | Duchess of Cambridge