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Turquoise Pectoral Badge of Yanhuitlan | Royal wedding gift of the citizens of Mexico | Queen Elizabeth II.

Turquoise Pectoral Badge of Yanhuitlan | Royal wedding gift of the citizens of Mexico | Queen Elizabeth II.
Turquoise Pectoral Badge of Yanhuitlan | Royal wedding gift of the citizens of Mexico | Queen Elizabeth II.

The Mexican wedding present, turquoise brooch to Princess Elizabeth the future Queen of Great Britain and Irland | Königin Elisabeth II. von England>>

Pectoral Badge of Yanhuitlan | The wedding gift of the citizens of Mexico was sent by Dr Miguel Alemán Valdés , President of Mexico, on the occasion on the marriage of Princess Elizabeth II in 1947.
Never seen worne in public, by the Queen, but one of the costly presents to her marriage.

Overseas League royal wedding gift clip brooch | Elizabeth Queen of Great Britain and Irland

Overseas League wedding gift clip brooch to Princess Elizabeth the future Queen of Great Britain and Irland | Königin Elisabeth II. von England
Overseas League wedding gift clip brooch to Princess Elizabeth the future Queen of Great Britain and Irland | Königin Elisabeth II. von England

 

 

Overseas League wedding gift clip brooch to Princess Elizabeth the future Queen of Great Britain and Irland | Königin Elisabeth II. von England

Every jewel of the Queen tells a story – more about the history…

Russian Diamond and Sapphire Brooch | Presented to Queen Victoria on her diamond jubilee

Russia, Royalty & the Romanovs

In 1897 the grandchildren of Queen Victoria, all daughters and the son, from Princess Alice of Hesse:

Czar & Czaritsa of Russia , Grand Duke Louis & Grand Duchess
Victoria Melita of Hesse, Grand Duke Serge & Grand Duchess Elizabeth, Prince & Princess Louis of Battenberg

presented to her grandmother an extraordinary russian sapphire and diamond brooch>>

Russian Diamond and Sapphire Brooch | Presented to Queen Victoria on her diamond jubilee
Russian Diamond and Sapphire Brooch | Presented to Queen Victoria on her diamond jubilee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This brooch will be on public at the exhibition Russia, Royalty & the Romanovs at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace from Friday, 9 Nov 2018 – Sunday, 28 Apr 2019

This is an update and I remember very well, when we find out the details of this brooch in 2011 see the sketch of the brooch and story>>

Carved Ruby,Gold and Diamond Brooch | Andrew Grima |Gift from the Duke of Edinburgh | Queen Elizabeth II. Diamonds Queens Jewels

Carved Ruby, Gold and Diamond Brooch | Grima |Gift from the Duke of Edinburgh
Carved Ruby, Gold and Diamond Brooch | Grima |Gift from the Duke of Edinburgh

Carved Ruby,Gold and Diamond Brooch | Andrew Grima |Gift from the Duke of Edinburgh | Queen Elizabeth II. Diamonds Queens Jewels

 

Exhibition opens today  at the Palace of Holyroodhouse on Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th birthday

 This brooch will be on display at the first of three special exhibitions, Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style from The Queen’s Wardrobe, opens today (Thursday, 21 April) at the Palace of Holyroodhouse on the 90th birthday of Her Majesty The Queen.

The group of outfits, which chart Her Majesty’s life and reign from childhood to the present day, and represent family, official and ceremonial occasions, is the largest display of The Queen’s dress ever shown in Scotland.

For public appearances during childhood, Princess Elizabeth and her sister Princess Margaret often wore formal dress, such as the pink, princess-line coats and matching bonnets in the exhibition.  These outfits were worn by the Princesses, aged nine and five respectively, for a Service of Thanksgiving for the Silver Jubilee of their grandparents, King George V and Queen Mary, at St Paul’s Cathedral on 6 May 1935. Princess Elizabeth also wore the coat for an official visit to the Palace of Holyroodhouse with their parents King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937.

The largest exhibition of The Queen’s dress and accessories ever shown in Scotland,  at the Palace of Holyroodhouse will be followed by exhibitions at the Summer Opening of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace from 23 July 2016 and at Windsor Castle from 17 September 2016.  In total, around 150 outfits worn by The Queen will be presented across the three Palaces, many chosen because of their close association with the location>>.

 

Greville Ivy Leaf Clips Brooches Royal Gifts for Princess Elizabeth| The Birthday Present

Queen of England Personal Jewels

the history of her  :

Royal Birthday gift | jewel presents | Queen Elizabeth II Jewels
Royal Birthday gift | jewel presents | Queen Elizabeth II Jewels

The Sapphire and Diamond 18th Birthday Bracelet |Princess birthday gifts 

Greville Ivy Leaf Clips Brooch | Princess Birthday Gift

 earlier owned and worne by Queen Mother Elizabeth, the

Duchess of York | Art deco leaf brooch with Sapphire, diamond, emerald, amethyst and ruby | Princess Birthday Gift

 

This photograph has been released to mark Accession Day 2022: the 70th anniversary of Her Majesty’s reign and the start of her Platinum Jubilee year.

Her Majesty is seen with one of her famous red boxes. Over the past 70 years, The Queen has received daily papers from her Private Secretaries, in person or via a red despatch box. The boxes hold documents updating Her Majesty on events in Parliament as well as overseas and Commonwealth matters, and State papers requiring her signature and Royal assent.

This photograph has been released to mark Accession Day 2022: the 70th anniversary of Her Majesty’s reign and the start of her Platinum Jubilee year.

Her Majesty is seen with one of her famous red boxes. Over the past 70 years, The Queen has received daily papers from her Private Secretaries, in person or via a red despatch box. The boxes hold documents updating Her Majesty on events in Parliament as well as overseas and Commonwealth matters, and State papers requiring her signature and Royal assent.

The Queen is wearing two diamond ivy leaf clips, which were a gift from The Queen Mother for the then Princess Elizabeth’s 21st birthday.
This photograph has been released to mark Accession Day 2022 the 70th anniversary of Her Majesty’s reign and the start of her Platinum Jubilee year.
The Queen is wearing two diamond ivy leaf clips, which were a gift from The Queen Mother for the then Princess Elizabeth’s 21st birthday.@chrisjacksongetty



The Queen is wearing two diamond ivy leaf clips, which were a gift from The Queen Mother for the then Princess Elizabeth’s 21st birthday.

The clips were made for Mrs. Greville by Cartier – one in 1930 and the other in 1937. They were bequeathed to The Queen Mother in 1942 and given to The Queen as a 21st birthday present by her parents.

Greville Ivy Leaf Clips Brooches Cartier |Royal Jewel History Queen Elizabeth II|Princess Birthday Gift

Graving Dock Diamond Brooch | Gift from the South African Railways and Harbour Administration

Graving Dock Diamond Brooch | Gift from the South African Railways and Harbour Administration
above – on the Graving Dock Diamond Brooch | Gift from the South African Railways and Harbour Administration Queen’s Personal Jewels

To honour the Queen’s 90th birthday I had add some new websites about her personal jewels. Which Queen Elizabeth got as present or gift to her 18th and 21th birthday and between:

Graving Dock Diamond Brooch | Gift from the South African Railways and Harbour Administration >>

 

While the Royal Family was on tour in South Africa, the South African Railways and Harbour Administration presented a gift to Princess Elizabeth after she opened the then new East London Graving dock on 3 March 1947. 
The present was "five large diamonds from Government mines on the Orange River, flawless stones exquisitely cut" (two half-moon and three emerald-cut diamonds), valued at £3700 for mounting in a bar brooch. See the picture above for the brooch and the casket on display. 
At first in the newspapers was reported to build a bracelet or bangle with the diamonds.
The brooch with two half-moon and three emerald-cut diamonds valued at £3700 for mounting in a bar brooch. See the picture above for the brooch and the casket on display.

Diamonds | Birthday gift for the future Queen of England and Royal Family

Diamond Gifts for the royal birthday child and the Royal Family

In 1947, the Royal Family were presented with a selection of diamonds as a gift of the people of South Africa, after an two-month-tour.
The picture below, show  the unset diamonds mounted in wax in the form of a springbok, the symbol of South Africa, presented to the King.

Diamonds to the Royal Family.
Diamonds Gifts to the Royal Family

…..an magnificent unset diamond presented to Queen Elizabeth.
Middle – Princess Margaret received a bracelet, also of 17 brillants and 18 diamond

Queen Victorias Fabergé Sapphire Brooch | Royal Jewels

The Diamond Jubilee Sapphire and Diamond Brooch | Jewels of Queen Victoria| Hesse Grandchildren

Four of Princess Alice’s surviving children and their spouses gave their grandmother a magnificent diamond and sapphire brooch. The Emperor and Empress of Russia, the Grand Duke and Duchess of Hesse, the Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna “Ella” and the Grand Duke Serge along with Princess Victoria and Prince Louis of Battenberg’s gift was

“…a brooch with an open pendant heart of diamonds, bearing in the centre the number „60“ in Slavonic characters. It has on the top a cabochon sapphire and there are two large sapphire drops.”    Queen Victorias Fabergé Sapphire Brooch | Royal Jewels weiterlesen

Queen ElizabethII Waterford Orchid Brooch

Irish historic official visit to Britain
Today the Queen is wearing a coat of sky blue cashmere with mother of pearl buttons and the dress is Paisley printed silk in moss green and dove grey. Her hat is cashmere decorated with handmade feather flowers.

As jewel , she is wearing an orchid brooch on her coat, a gift from Mappin Webb and Waterford for the 60th anniversary of coronation. The flowers are hand cut Waterford crystal, the brooch contains 66 diamonds and rose gold stamens.

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History of the Queen’s Nizam of Hyderabad Necklace

History of the Queen’s Nizam of Hyderabad Necklace  | Historie des Diamant Halsbands der Königin Elisabeth II.

Countess Warwick with the orginal Version of the Diamond Necklace

Elizabeth II. Queen’s Nizam of Hayderabad Necklace

Kate Duchess of Cambridge | Herzogin Kate mit dem Diamant Collier der Königin von England

THE QUEEN’S NIZAM OF HYDERABAD
ROSE BROOCHES

The Nizam of Hyderabad Rose Brooches
The Nizam of Hyderabad Rose Brooches | The Queen Brooches |


Cartier, London, 1939
Diamonds, platinum
4.2 cm and 3.3 cm diameter;


Three brooches in the form of roses, with tremblant brilliant centres, the petals pavé-set with brilliants.
THE THREE brooches – one large and two small – were originally the detachable parts of a Cartier tiara, which entered the London branch as stock in 1939 .

Although the tiara was worn occasionally over the following 25 years, it was broken up in 1973, and the stones were used by Garrard to create a new tiara, incorporating 96 rubies given to Princess Elizabeth as a wedding present by the people of Burma.

Cartier Archive, F.3600.

It was set with 1,033 brilliants, 84 baton diamonds and 17 diamond beads.