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Queen Elizabeth II | QUEEN ELIZABETH’S Ruby and Diamond Thistle Brooch | Gift from Opening of Deer Dam near Glasgow| Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Another match with a thistle brooch which was not know from which the Queen received this Ruby diamond brooch

Queen Elizabeth II | QUEEN ELIZABETH’S Ruby and Diamond Thistle Brooch | Gift from Opening of Deer Dam near Glasgow| Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Queen Elizabeth II | QUEEN ELIZABETH’S Ruby and Diamond Thistle Brooch | Gift from Opening of Deer Dam near Glasgow| Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Queen Elizabeth II | QUEEN ELIZABETH’S Ruby and Diamond Thistle Brooch | Gift from Opening of Deer Dam near Glasgow| Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Queen Elizabeth II | QUEEN ELIZABETH’S Amethyst Thistle Brooch | Gift from the Townspeople of Dunoon | Royal Jewels of Great Britain and Ireland

August 1958

FIRST IN 400 YEARS The rose is the traditional „rent“ for the castle paid to the sovereign. The Queen was the first reigning monarch to visit this Argyllshire Resort in almost 400 years.

A number of gifts were presented to the Royal Couple

The Queen received a thistle brooch surmounted with hand-carved amethyst and set with diamonds from the town people of Dunoon. The naturalistic diamond thistle brooch is made with an emerald ribbon and carved amethyst bud.

…yesterday to welcome the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh when they visited the resorts on their way to Balmoral to begin their summer holiday. Crowds standing six deep on the pavement were soaked by heavy rain an hour before the Royal couple arrived in Dunoon, Argyllshire, but shortly before the Royal barge reached the pier the sun broke through, and there was brilliant sunshine for the remainder of the tour. Waves of cheering greeted the Queen and the Duke as they stepped ashore at Dunoon from the Royal barge, which had brought them from the Royal yacht Britannia. The Queen delighted the crowd by walking 200 yards from the pier to Dunoon’s new civic pavilion. …..

Queen Elizabeth II | QUEEN ELIZABETH’S Amethyst Thistle Brooch | Gift from the Townpeople of Dunoon | Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Queen Elizabeth II | QUEEN ELIZABETH’S Amethyst Thistle Brooch | Gift from the Townspeople of Dunoon | Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Queen Elizabeth II | QUEEN ELIZABETH’S Amethyst Thistle Brooch | Gift from the Townspeople of Dunoon | Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Duchess of Cambridge Pearl and Diamond Brooch| Queens Brooches lent to Katherine, Duchess of Cambridge

First portrait of Prince William and Kate together unveiled as ‘gift’ to Cambridgeshire, @fitzmuseum_uk the Duchess of Cambridge wore a pair of pearl drop earrings, a pearl bracelet probably from "Lady Diana" The Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Cambridge Pearl and Diamond Brooch.⁣⁣⁣
The large pearl bouton is encircled by 14 brilliants in cut-down settings and a narrowpavé-set cusped band, suspending a brilliant and a large pavé-set baroque pearl; the pearl drop is detachable, the top with hinged loop for use as a pendant.⁣⁣⁣
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Duchess of Cambridge's Pendant Brooch, which belonged to Queen Mary's grandmother, Princess Augusta, Duchess of Cambridge, the brooch was inherited by her daughter Princess Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck. When she died intestate, the jewelry was divided among her 4 children, and this brooch became part of Queen Mary's jewel collection and Queen Elizabeth II then inherited it upon Mary's death.⁣⁣⁣
Now the Cambridge Pearl Brooch was lent to the Katherine Duchess of Cambridge.⁣⁣⁣
THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE’S BROOCH

Queen Elizabeth II | The Duchess of Cambridge Pearl and Diamond Brooch | Katherine Duchess of Cambridge | Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland Historic Brooch

Queen Elizabeth II | The Rhodesian Flame Lily Brooch of 283 Diamonds | Royal Birthday Gift |Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

The Queen’s Flame-Lily Brooch, 1947

Queen Elizabeth II | The Rhodesian Flame Lily Brooch of 283 Diamonds | Royal Birthday Gift |Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Queen Elizabeth II | The Rhodesian Flame Lily Brooch of 283 Diamonds | Royal Birthday Gift |Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Queen Elizabeth II | The Rhodesian Flame Lily Brooch of 283 Diamonds | Royal Birthday Gift |Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Queen Victoria’s Bow brooches |The Queen’s Jewellery | Royal Jewel History

The Queen’s Jewellery Victoria’s bow brooches

Queen Victoria's Bow broochesThe Queen's Jewellery   Victoria's bow brooches
In 1858 Garrard made three of these - two large and one small - for Queen Victoria
In 2022 on her Platinum Jubilee finale – wearing one of Queen Victoria’s Bow Brooches in Diamonds

Queen Elizabeth II | Queen Victoria’s three diamond Bow Brooches worn from the Queen Elizabeth on her Platinum Jubilee 2022 | Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Platinum Jubilee Diamond Brooch from the Goldsmiths‘ Company| Queen Elizabeth II Brooches Jewels

Platinumjubilee Diamond Brooch from the Goldsmiths Company| Queen Elizabeth II Brooches  Jewels brooch given to her to mark her Platinum Jubilee
Platinumjubilee Diamond Brooch from the Goldsmiths Company| Queen Elizabeth II Brooches Jewels , brooch given to her to mark her Platinum Jubilee.

Queen Elizabeth II | Platinum Jubilee Diamond Brooch from the Goldsmiths‘ Company | Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

Queen Elizabeth II |New Zealand Silver Fern Diamond Brooch| The Queens Brooches |Royal Jewels of Great Britain and Ireland

This year marks 70 years since Her Majesty The Queen ascended the throne in 1952, the first time in British royal history that a Platinum Jubilee will be celebrated, we could see this follow brooch on display, the silver fern leaves – a New Zealand national emblem

Queen Elizabeth II |New Zealand Silver Fern Diamond Brooch| The Queens Brooches |Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland
Queen Elizabeth II |New Zealand Silver Fern Diamond Brooch| The Queens Brooches |Royal Jewels Great  Britain and Ireland silver fern leaves – a New Zealand national emblem
Queen Elizabeth II |New Zealand Silver Fern Diamond Brooch| The Queens Brooches |Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland silver fern leaves – a New Zealand national emblem

Queen Elizabeth II |New Zealand Silver Fern Diamond Brooch| The Queens Brooches |Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland

The Queen lent the silver diamond fern brooch to the Duchess of Cambridge, when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit New Zealand in 2014
The Queen lent the diamond brooch, to Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit New Zealand in 2014

Queen Elizabeth Brooches | Platinum Jubilee

The Queen’s jewellery to feature in Platinum Jubilee displays at the Official Royal Residences

The Queen often wears brooches that represent the emblems of Commonwealth countries while visiting or meeting their representatives.

Queen Elizabeth II |Australian Wattle Blossom and Tie Tree Flower Diamond Brooch |Royal Jewels Great Britain and Ireland, presented on Her Majesty’s first visit to Australia in 1954

the Canadian Maple-leaf Brooch, worn by Her Majesty (then Princess Elizabeth) on her first visit to Canada in 1951;

the Flame-Lily Brooch, the emblem of Zimbabwe, which was pinned to The Queen’s mourning clothes when she returned to Britain from Kenya after the death of her father in 1952;

the New Zealand Silver Fern Brooch, presented by the Women of Auckland on Christmas Day, 1953

the Australian Wattle Brooch, presented on Her Majesty’s first visit to Australia in 1954;

the Australian Wattle Brooch, presented on Her Majesty’s first visit to Australia in 1954
Diamond Brooch Australian Wattle Brooch, presented on Her Majesty’s first visit to Australia in 1954

and the Sri Lanka Brooch, presented to The Queen during a State Visit to Sri Lanka in 1981.

The Queen’s jewellery to feature in Platinum Jubilee displays at the Official Royal Residences

Platinum Jubilee 2022 – Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Diadem This spectacular piece of jewellery was worn by The Queen on her Coronation day @royalcollectiontrust

Magnificent jewels from Her Majesty The Queen’s personal collection will go on display this summer as part of special displays celebrating the Platinum Jubilee at Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. Each display explores a historic occasion in Her Majesty’s 70-year reign – the Accession, the Coronation and previous Jubilees – through photographs, paintings, works of art, and items of The Queen’s dress and jewellery.

The Platinum Queen | Coronation Jubilee 2022 Queen Elizabeth II – @Royal Collection Trust

In the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace, which can be visited as part of the annual Summer Opening for the first time since 2019, official portraits of The Queen taken by photographer Dorothy Wilding just weeks after the Accession will be shown alongside items of jewellery worn for the portrait sittings. These include the Diamond Diadem, one of Her Majesty’s most widely recognised pieces of jewellery.

The Diamond Diadem was created for the famously extravagant coronation of George IV in 1821. It is set with 1,333 brilliant-cut diamonds and consists of a band with two rows of pearls either side of a row of diamonds, above which are diamonds set in the form of a rose, a thistle and two shamrocks, the national emblems of England, Scotland and Ireland. The Diadem was inherited in 1837 by Queen Victoria, who was frequently painted and photographed wearing it, including on several early postage stamps such as the Penny Black. The Diadem passed to Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and then to Her Majesty The Queen, who wore it on the day of her Coronation and has worn it on her journey to and from the State Opening of Parliament since the first year of her reign.

The Queen’s jewellery  The Diamond Diadem was created for the famously extravagant coronation of George IV in 1821. It is set with 1,333 brilliant-cut diamonds and consists of a band with two rows of pearls either side of a row of diamonds, above which are diamonds set in the form of a rose, a thistle and two shamrocks, the national emblems of England, Scotland and Ireland. The Diadem was inherited in 1837 by Queen Victoria, who was frequently painted and photographed wearing it, including on several early postage stamps such as the Penny Black. The Diadem passed to Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and then to Her Majesty The Queen, who wore it on the day of her Coronation and has worn it on her journey to and from the State Opening of Parliament since the first year of her reign.

The spectacular Delhi Durbar necklace will also be on display at Buckingham Palace. The necklace incorporates nine emeralds originally owned by Queen Mary’s grandmother, the Duchess of Cambridge, as well as an 8.8 carat diamond pendant cut from the Cullinan diamond – the largest diamond ever found. The necklace was made for Queen Mary as part of a suite of jewellery created for the Delhi Durbar in 1911. Her Majesty The Queen inherited the necklace in 1953 and wore it in a portrait sitting for Dorothy Wilding in 1956 – thought to have been their last sitting together before Wilding’s retirement in 1958.

At Windsor Castle, the Coronation Dress and Robe of Estate worn by The Queen for her Coronation at Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953 will be displayed. To recognise the importance of her role as Head of the Commonwealth Nations, Her Majesty asked for the emblems of the seven independent states of which she was monarch to be incorporated into the design of her Coronation Dress, together with those of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. The emblems were embroidered in gold and silver thread and pastel-coloured silks, encrusted with seed pearls, sequins and crystals.

 Coronation Dress, together with those of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. The emblems were embroidered in gold and silver thread and pastel-coloured silks, encrusted with seed pearls, sequins and crystals.
Queens Coronation – Emblems of the seven independent states of which she was monarch to be incorporated into the design of her Coronation Dress, together with those of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. The emblems were embroidered in gold and silver thread and pastel-coloured silks, encrusted with seed pearls, sequins and crystals.

At the Palace of Holyroodhouse, visitors will see a display of outfits worn by Her Majesty on occasions to celebrate the Silver, Golden and Diamond Jubilees. In 1977 for The Queen’s Silver Jubilee, the royal couturier Sir Hardy Amies designed a striking ensemble of dress, coat and stole in pink silk crêpe and chiffon with a matching hat designed by Frederick Fox with flowerheads hanging from silk stems. The ensemble was worn at the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral on 7 June 1977 marking the 25th anniversary of The Queen’s Accession.

On display for the first time will be Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee ensemble, worn to the National Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral and a luncheon at Guildhall, City of London, as part of the celebrations on 5 June 2012. The ensemble was designed by Angela Kelly, Personal Adviser to The Queen (Wardrobe) and consists of a pale turquoise dress and coat embroidered with scattered silver flowers, with a coordinating hat.

Alongside the ensembles worn by The Queen will be a selection of gifts presented during official engagements in Scotland, as well as a group of works relating to Her Majesty’s first official visit to Edinburgh in 1953, soon after her Coronation. Examples include a silver model of a miner’s Davy lamp, presented in 1958 when The Queen made her first descent into a working coal mine on the opening of the Rothes Colliery in Fife, and the ceremonial key to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, which is presented to Her Majesty at the start of Royal Week at the Palace each summer. @RCT

THE QUEEN’S NIZAM OF HYDERABAD ROSE BROOCHES

The Queen will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years as Monarch.

Three brooches in the form of roses, with tremblant brilliant centres, the petals pavé-set with brilliants.

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The Queen will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years as Monarch.


Nizam of Hyderabad Diadem The Cartier Diadem, was set with 1,033 brilliants, 84 baton diamonds and 17 diamond beads. https://royal-magazin.de/england/queen-elizabeth/the-nizam-of-hyderabad-diamond-tiara-cartier-diadem-roses-before.htm

The Cartier Diadem, was set with 1,033 brilliants, 84 baton diamonds and 17 diamond beads.
Account dated 8 January 1948, £5,000;