Jewels fit for a Queen.
They say that a girls best friend is diamonds. About Queen Elizabeth II you can say that her best friends are diamonds and Corgi. But the diamonds (as well as sapphires, amethysts, emeralds and pearls) the Queen has more.
1. The British Imperial state crown was created for king George VI in 1937. Regalia adorned with 2868 diamonds, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds and 269 pearls, other precious stones. It is not surprising that the weight of the crown is 910 grams. Surprisingly, if you believe the rumors, Queen Elizabeth II loves to eat Breakfast and read the morning paper, wearing this crown.
2. The Burmese Ruby tiara was presented to the Queen by the Burmese. Elizabeth II appeared in her Royal ball at Covent Garden in 1977.
3. A set of jewelry with amethyst Elizabeth II inherited from her mother Queen Victoria. Brooch, necklace and earrings — this set has everything you need and more.
4. Earrings and necklaces in this picture are included in paruru “Cambridge and Delhi Durbar”, and the tiara on the head of Queen Elizabeth once belonged to Queen Mary. A worthy combination, we have to admit.
5. “The Victorian Suite of Sapphire and Diamond Set” — necklace and earrings of sapphires and diamonds was created in 1850, and then donated to the wedding of Elizabeth II and her father George VI, and the tiara “tonal” appeared in 1963.