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King George VI's Victorian Suite". Made around 1850, purchased by King George VI of Great Britain, who presented it to his daughter princess Elizabeth of Great Britain when she married prince Philip of Greece in 1947. It is a necklace of sixteen sapphires surrounded by diamonds, and a pair of earrings. In 1952, Queen Elizabeth II had it shorten by removing the largest and three of the smallest stones. Since 1959 the largest one is used as a pendant , but it can also be used as a brooch.

Sapphire necklace and earrings, wedding gift from her father, George VI to Princess Elizabeth, now Queen Elizabeth II.

14kt Yellow Gold 3 Diamond Pendant Necklace 0.33 cts VS-2 14k Gold Box Chain #SD #Pendant

Yellow Gold 3 Diamond Pendant Necklace cts Gold Box Chain in Jewelry & Watches, Fine Jewelry, Fine Necklaces & Pendants, Diamond

An art deco sapphire and diamond panel ring,

An art deco sapphire and diamond panel ring, circa The rectangular-shaped plaque millegrain-set to the centre with an oval mixed-cut sapphire, within a single-cut diamond border and a further calibré-cut sapphire and single-cut diamond surround.

A STUNNING SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE.  The oval-shaped sapphire, weighing approximately 55.56 carats, surmounted by a circular-cut diamond, to the three-row circular-cut diamond necklace, mounted in platinum and gold, in red leather Cartier case.  Necklace signed Cartier, no. 870107.

A STUNNING SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PENDANT NECKLACE. The oval-shaped sapphire, weighing approximately 55.56 carats, surmounted by a circular-cut diamond, to the three-row circular-cut diamond necklace, mounted in platinum and gold, in red leather Cartier case. Necklace signed Cartier, no. 870107.

Faberge c. 1896 to 1903 - rock crystal was difficult to carve because it was prone to crumbling. As it could not tolerate heat from soldering, any settings such as the gold and diamond clasp on this box, had to be assembled with clips and pins. Probably acquired by Queen Alexandra

Faberge c. 1896 to 1903 - rock crystal was difficult to carve because it was prone to crumbling. As it could not tolerate heat from soldering, any settings such as the gold and diamond clasp on this box, had to be assembled with clips and pins. Probably acquired by Queen Alexandra

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