However, the Queen was not only the owner of $ 500 million, but she also had a strong collection of priceless jewelry. In fact, the Queen’s royal box includes the Kohinoor tiara—50 arrows and a brooch—besides millions of jewels, some of which are on display in the Tower of London. Diamond expert Max Stone of Steven Stone Jewelers told the Daily Express that the Queen’s brooch itself is worth around £58 million. (All photos – Getty Images)
got tiara from grandma
Queen Elizabeth’s royal collection includes one of her most favorite tiaras, which she received as a wedding gift from her grandmother, Queen Mary. According to The Court Jeweller, the late emperor bought this amethyst tiara in the 1800s. Well, Elizabeth’s favorite tiara is with the new Queen Consort Camilla, who she wore to South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s welcome party.
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300 Diamond Neckpiece
When Queen Elizabeth II decided to marry the Duke of Edinburgh in 1947, the ruler of Hyderabad, Mir Osman Ali Khan alias Asaf Jah VII, made up his mind to give the princess a lavish wedding present, For which she instructed the world’s French luxury fashion brand ‘Cartier’ to ask the princess to choose from their current stock something that no one had ever seen before.
In such a situation, the queen had chosen such a neckpiece for herself, in which not one but two but 300 diamonds were used. This platinum pendant neckpiece of 300 diamonds was accompanied by matching earrings, which she continued to wear throughout her reign.
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Got royal necklace from father
Queen Elizabeth also had a royal necklace made of sapphire and diamond, which she had received in marriage from her father, King George VI. The price of this necklace is in crores. Let us tell you that after his death, this necklace is with Queen Consort Camilla, wife of King Charles, which she wore at the welcome party of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Queen Elizabeth bought her wedding dress from the ration coupons, the government also helped
triple-strand pearl necklace
Who can forget Queen Elizabeth II’s triple-stand pearl necklace and matching stud earrings. He inherited it from his late grandfather, King George. This necklace was made by the Maharani’s grandfather for himself. This neckpiece was one of Elizabeth’s favorite jewellery, which she was mostly seen wearing.
drop down earrings
One of the pieces of jewelry worn by Queen Elizabeth II were pearl earrings, which she inherited from Queen Victoria. Actually, these earrings were given to the Victorian Queen by her husband Prince Albert. These jhumkas have two diamond studs with pearls, which are very beautiful to look at.