When in 1970 the jewels of the Princess Royal were sold for £78,735 three graduated pearl necklaces were included. One was with 62 pearls, the second was a string of 92 pearls and one was a rope of 128 pearls.
A pearl and diamond tassel pendant, the tassel composed of fourteen stands of pearls held by the diamond and rose diamond cupola top, sold in 1970. It is said that this pearl tassel was a present from her aunt Princess Victoria, the unmarried sister of her father. Princess Victoria is pictured with such a jewel.
In some of the photographs of the Princess we can see an important
6-row pearl bracelet with an enormous oval diamond cluster. Nothing
is known about this jewel. In the picture above she wears it on her
Princess Mary's topaz and gold seal was a wedding gift from Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bridgeman and sold at auction in 2007. It was described as:
"An early 19th century gold and citrine fob seal. The tapering
faceted citirine with later seal engraved initials almost certainly
for H.R.H. Princess Mary, Princess Royal, Countess of Harewood (1897-1965)
and her husband, Henry, 6th Earl of Harewood (1882-1947) with laurel
wreath surround beneath double crown surmount, to a heavily chased
suspension and cap with engraved serpent split ring."
Special thanks to Laura for the resarch and text!
The Princess Royal's Sapphires - Sapphire and Diamond Arts and Crafts Tiara| Jugendstil Diadem mit Saphiren und Diamanten