Most expensive Jewellery of Royals

Most expensive Jewellery of Royals

Marie Antoinette Necklace

Marie Antoinette Necklace

Marie Antoinette Necklace

Most expensive jewellery of royals 

Price: £2,299,650.00

This stunning necklace belonged to Marie Antoinette who was the fifteenth and penultimate child of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria and Emperor Francis I.

The dazzling necklace is adorned with numerous white diamonds with a weight of 8.05 CT along with two rare oval shaped yellow diamonds weighing 5.24 CT and one stunning exceptional pink diamond.

The white pear shaped diamond is set like a droplet at the bottom and weighs 7.06 CT just by itself.

 

Queen Mary’s Diamond Riviere and La Peregrina Pearl

Queen Mary's Diamond Riviere and La Peregrina Pearl

Queen Mary’s Diamond Riviere and La Peregrina Pearl

Most expensive jewellery of royals 

Price: £1,136,290.00

England’s first female ruler Queen Mary was certainly known for all the riches she had. One of the most exclusive jewels that she possessed during her rule was this beautiful Diamond Riviere. This stunning diamond Riviere is made of dazzling 34 old cut authentic diamonds set beautifully in gold and silver.

The gorgeous piece was gifted by the queen to her granddaughter Princess Margaret, and dates from about 1900.

Another stunning piece that belonged to her was a necklace “La Peregrina” of pearl which is one of the most famous pearls in the world with a recorded history of nearly 500 years.

 

Princess Margaret Diamond Monogram Brooch and Poltimore Tiara

Princess Margaret Diamond Monogram Brooch and Poltimore Tiara

Princess Margaret Diamond Monogram Brooch and Poltimore Tiara

Most expensive jewellery of royals  

Price of the Brooch: £214,084.00

Price of the Poltimore Tiara: £1,059,440.00

Princess Margaret, granddaughter of Queen Mary, the younger sister of Elizabeth II and the younger daughter of King George VI, was enriched with all the riches in the world. Being from such a royal family, she possessed some of the best jewellery in the world, amongst which were the Diamond Monogram Brooch and the Poltimore Tiara.

The tiara was designed in old cut diamond clusters along with dazzling diamond-set scroll motifs. The special feature of this stunning tiara is that it can be converted to a necklace and eleven stunning brooches.

The Brooch was designed with the initial letter of HSH name ‘M’ monogram beneath a coronet. The striking brooch is set with single and circular-cut diamonds, 2.7 cm. high, in original fitted blue leather.

 

Duchess of Windsor’s jewels

Duchess of Windsor's jewels

Duchess of Windsor’s jewels

Most expensive jewellery of royals 

Price: £7,717,730.00

Wallis Spencer, later the Duchess of Windsor was an American married to Prince Edward, The Duke of Windsor.

As she got married to him, she was entitled to beautiful jewellery. One stunning piece was a bracelet that broke all the auction records, as it was sold for £7,717,730.00.

The bracelet is a Cartier-designed diamond panther bracelet and is adorned with ruby, sapphire, diamond and emeralds.

 

Emerald and Diamond Tiara

 

Most expensive jewellery of royals 

Price: £7,930,690.00

This striking tiara belonged to Swedish princess, and the Countess Consort Princess Katharina Henckel von Donnersmarck who was known for her rule as Regent.

The tiara made of Shizuka Diamond is approx. 101.27 carats in weight and was sold by Sotheby’s sale of Magnificent Jewels.

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About Justice

Proud to be extraordinary We are not an ordinary jewellery shop. We choose to sell exceptional, astonishing, inspiring jewellery. We like daring, quirky, unique designs and refined, exquisite quality. We want to sell pieces that are noticed, talked about, admired and treasured. Our jewellery is made by some of the most talented, passionate designers around. From well known British makers like Stephen Webster and Shaun Leane to exciting up-and-coming artists. I started Justice nearly twenty years ago and we now have shops in Winchester and Bath. It was a natural progression from time spent buying silver jewellery in the Far East, bringing it back to sell at Camden market to fund my travels. Though the wanderlust has dimmed, my eye for jewellery still burns brightly. Jewellery is more than metal and stones, it's an artistic expression, an evocative memory, a statement, a promise. My aim is to bring together a collection of exceptional designers so you can have jewellery that does you Justice.

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