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History of Welsh Gold. From Queen Victoria to Kate Middleton their wedding rings have been made from Welsh gold

The Queen of Sheba Parure. It consists of large honey-colored diamonds, white brilliant-cut diamonds, smaller honey-colored diamonds, rose-cut and old-cut diamonds set in 18k yellow and white gold (some of which has been oxidized). It was designed specially for Lady Colin Campbell, who has worn it in its entirety to royal events. The parure is comprised of a tiara, necklace, long-drop earrings, ring, and bracelet.

The largest colorless cut diamond in the world - Cullinan I - weighing in at 530.2 carats from south Africa.

An early 20th century sapphire and diamond necklace/tiara. The front piece is of graduated fringe design, formed as seven diamond-set knife edge bars each terminating in an oval-cut sapphire surrounded by old round brilliant-cut diamonds and spaced by a scrolling diamond-set link each with a knife edge bar drop terminating in a circular-cut sapphire, to a belcher-link neckchain, mounted in silver and gold, with a tiara frame, length 42cm including chain

yes please - A padparadscha sapphire and diamond ring Set with a cushion-cut padparadscha sapphire, weighing 5.23 carats, within an openwork double-tiered surround of marquise and round brilliant-cut diamonds, between diamond-set split shoulders, mounted in 18k white gold, the diamonds estimated to weigh approximately 1.40 carats in total

A George III diamond floral brooch. Each of the four petals centred with a pear shaped diamond within a surround of smaller cushion shaped diamonds in silver and gold (probably plated). Later gold brooch fitting. 2.5cm wide. With case by Wellby. #Georgian #antique #brooch