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 and was purchased (together with the necklace) by the Nizam of Hyderabad as a wedding present for Princess Elizabeth in 1947.
Above, a picture from The Queen, with the two rose brooches, she wore it on her first meeting about her platinum jubilee. The Queen celebrate her Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years as Monarch in 2022.
And before when she wore the larger single diamond rose brooch, once the center of the tiara, on the right side.
Sources:Archive Ursula Butschal.Royal Collection;