Kent Festoon tiara - A diamond tiara, probably English, circa 1900. An alternating fringe of graduated volutesm each surmounted by a pearl. This jewel was a favorite of Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent. Now worn by Princess Michael of Kent and its height has been increased by the addition of a string of pearls around the base.
How the Queen conquered America in a stunning Norman Hartnell dress
In 1957 when the Queen needed to wow the American people on her first visit to the US as monarch, she turned to Sir Norman Hartnell, the man who designed her wedding and coronation robes. The result was this stunning pale green crinoline evening dress, hand-embroidered with sequins, pearls, beads & diamante.
A notebook in red and white guilloche enamel by Faberge, with diamonds and moonstones. This was given to Queen Victoria by Tsar Nicholas II and Alexandra when they visited Balmoral in 1896, with their signatures on the first page. Later, Queen Victoria collected the signatures of those visiting her during her Diamond Jubilee in 1897.