Queen Elizabeth II was the ruler of England for almost seven decades. Even after the end of the monarchy, he did not let the importance of the royal family fade. The total number of properties in the British Empire is huge. The amount of the Queen’s personal property is not small. Along with it, there are all the jewels studded with precious stones.
Meanwhile, whispers have started about who will get the right to the much-discussed and controversial crown installed by Kohinoor. However, as announced by Queen Elizabeth earlier this year, the Kohinoor crown will go to Charles’ wife Camilla in her absence. Along with the much-talked about and controversial Kohinoor-encrusted crown, the Queen’s personal jewelry collection is also eye-catching. In a monarchy that dates back over 1,200 years, Queen Elizabeth II inherited some extraordinary and priceless jewelry. Every piece of jewelry has years of history and tradition embedded in it. Some of the recently deceased Queen Elizabeth II’s personal jewelry has been glimpsed.
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In 1921, Queen Mary, Grand Duchess bought this diamond and pearl-encrusted tiara from Vladimir. About Queen Mary Grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II. Queen Elizabeth II inherited the tiara after Queen Mary’s death.
The crown holds special significance in the Queen’s personal jewelry collection. This crown is made of 2868 diamonds, silver, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds and 269 pearls. Queen Elizabeth II wore this tiara on her coronation day on January 1, 1986.
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Burma ruby tiara
Queen’s jewelry collection includes several tiaras. Made this tire from Burma in 1973 with special reference. This special tire is made of 96 Burmese rubies.
Diamond brooches, necklaces, earrings—this is one of the queen’s numerous jewels. Also known as The Kent Amethyst. This particular piece of jewelry originally belonged to Queen Victoria’s mother, the Duchess of Kent. It was inherited by Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen was seen wearing this jewelery on March 26, 1985.
Earrings made of diamonds and precious aquamarines received as gifts from the people of Britain during his accession to the throne. The earring could also be used as a brooch. The jewel was last worn by Queen Elizabeth II on October 15, 1986.
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