Sapphire and diamond brooch given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert   the day before their wedding, 1840. You see it occasionally on Queen Elizabeth.  [The Royal Collection Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II]

albert brooch - a gift from Prince Albert to Queen Victoria on their wedding day. Albert designed the sapphire brooch himself.

The Prince Albert Brooch of a large oval sapphire was given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha on Sunday 9th February, 1840 at Buckingham Palace. For their wedding in The Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace, she wore it with her Turkish diamond necklace and earrings, In her will she instructed that it was to be considered a crown piece of jewellery and held in trust for all future Queens of Britain. Queen Alexandra and Queen Mary often wore the brooch.

Prince Albert brooch, a wedding gift for Queen Victoria, who in her will made it a Crown Jewel for future Queens.

Queen Victoria's sapphire necklace

callmemrsthornton: “heavyarethecrown: “Queen Victoria’s sapphire necklace ” Blue sapphire & diamond necklace (without its pendant) which once was the property of Queen Victoria.

Queen Victoria Sapphire Brooch - this was given to Victoria by Prince Albert on the eve of their wedding day in 1840. She apparently wore this on the big day.

Queen Victoria’s Wedding Brooch ~ 1840 ~ Sapphire, diamonds and gold The day before her wedding, Queen Victoria recorded the gift from ‘dearest Albert’ of ‘a splendid brooch, a large sapphire set round with diamonds.

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Marie Antoinette's (or Monika Anna) Faberge Sapphire imperial ring I think they got this back wards. It is a Antoinette Marie sapphire imperial ring.

Brooch which belonged to Bonnie Prince Charlie sells for £ 750k at auction (by Janice Burns).

Brooch which belonged to Bonnie Prince Charlie sells for £750k at auction

The Diamond Diadem | by The British Monarchy

The Diamond Diadem consists of a band with two rows of pearls either side of a row of diamonds, above which are diamonds set in the form of a rose, a thistle an

Tiffany & Co. brooch with a 107-carat canary diamond surmounted by a 23-carat pear-shaped D-flawless white diamond and surrounded by 80 carats of marquise and pear-shaped white diamonds

Tiffany 107 carat canary yellow diamond is surmounted by a pearl shaped D flawless white diamond and surrounded by of marquise and pear shaped white diamonds. Designed by Maurice Galli and John Loring in 1988

The magnificent 423 carat Logan Sapphire was cut from a crystal mined in Sri Lanka and is one of the world's largest faceted blue sapphires!

The Logan Sapphire Flawless sapphire is the second largest known one in the world, a staggering carats. The cushion-cut stone is one of the world's largest and most famous sapphires, set in a brooch surrounded by 20 round-cut diamonds weighing 16 carats.

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Turquoise and Diamond Brooch first worn publicly by Queen Elizabeth on a visit to Derbyshire July 10, 2014.

The Turquoise and Diamond Brooch A large round turquoise stone sits at the center of this brooch, surrounded by a row of diamonds and ne.

Spencer Diamond Collet Necklace. Spencer heirloom has five pendants - three pear pearls and a pair of diamond earrings. Diana wore it only with the central pearl pendant.

Royal Jewels

Spencer diamond collet necklace is a Spencer heirloom that has five pendants. Three pear-shaped pearls and a pair of diamond earrings. Diana wore it only with the central pearl pendant.

Vintage Sapphire & Diamond Ring Deleuse.com

Vintage Sapphire and Diamond Ring

Vintage Sapphire & Diamond Ring Deleuse.com

Star of the Order of the Bath, circa 1840, by Kitching & Abud.  Made for Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria.

Order of the Bath (military) - Knight Grand Cross Star belonged to Prince Albert (Kitching & Abud, c.

The Cullinan V Brooch - Queen Mary used the brooch on its own, but also designed it to go in the center of the large emerald and diamond stomacher made to add to the parure of emeralds she had with emeralds received from India to commemorate the Delhi Durbar in 1911 and the Cambridge emeralds she inherited from her family. The brooch was part of the current queen’s inheritance when Mary died in 1953. Not one for stomachers, she uses it in her traditional brooch fashion.

Cullinan V Brooch Cullinan V is an unusual heart-shaped diamond of carats, set in a diamond and platinum surround intended to emphasize the heart shape. Like III and IV, the diamond was a gift from the South African government to Queen Mary.

Swirl brooch platinum diamonds | From a unique collection of vintage brooches at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/brooches/brooches/

Swirl Brooch Platinum Diamonds

For Sale on - 1950 Swirl brooch in platinum set with brilliant and baguette cut diamonds, four larger diamonds complete the scrolls, height cm

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