The then Princess Elizabeth was on a royal tour with her parents of South Africa on her 21st birthday, April 21, 1947. Her parents gave her this twin pair of Cartier ivy leaf brooches of platinum, each covered with pave-set diamonds and a large round brilliant diamond in the centre. These clips are from the Greville treasures, which were left to the Queen Consort Elizabeth.
Sapphire, diamond, emerald, amethyst and ruby leaf-shaped brooch, given by the Duke of York (the future King George VI) Duchess of York (the future Queen Elizabeth, later The Queen Mother) in 1928 made by Cartier, London and to Princess Elizabeth by her parents as a birthday present. during the Second World War. The five sapphire cabochons, four emerald, three amethyst cabochons und a small ruby cabochon, are not facetted, the diamonds in the frame are in baquette cut, the stem in brilliants.
Honeycomb band, with sapphires and diamonds set as a bracelet, again from Cartier. The jewels came together in this bracelet, which the King gave to Princess Elizabeth in 1944 as an 18th birthday present