Four-row Pearl Choker
A true gem of her collection, the Queen had this diamond-and-Japanese-pearl choker commissioned. Kate and Diana have both worn it.
Maple Leaf Brooch
Kate, Camilla and the Queen have worn this diamond dazzler on state visits to Canada. King George VI bought it for his wife in 1939.
The necklace and pendant hail from a brazilian set, featuring nine oblong aquamarines in a diamond scroll, gifted for the coronation.
Delhi Durbar Necklace/Tiara
Queen Mary coveted the emeralds, originally won in a lottery, buying them back off her brother’s mistress.
Diana’s Engagement Ring
A ceylon sapphire at its heart, William wanted this for Kate’s ring finger.
An heirloom from Queen Mary to Queen Elizabeth II, the tiara’s diamond-studded brooch centrepiece sure made Meghan’s big day.
Amethyst Heart Necklace
The Queen Mother’s sautoir necklace was passed on to the Queen, but Camilla wore it for the first time in 100 years.
Cartier Halo Tiara
Made in 1936 for the Queen’s mother, it’s been worn by the Queen, Margaret, Anne – and most famously, bride Kate.
Lover’s Knot Tiara
This heavy diadem, inherited by the Queen, went on to become a firm favourite of Diana’s – and later Kate’s.
The Crown Jewels
Some of these sacred, ceremonial objects will be moved from the Tower of London for the next coronation.
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