Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Leaf Brooch Made by Cartier in the Art Deco style, this leaf-motif brooch is set with baguette-cut diamonds and cabochon sapphires, rubies, emeralds and amethysts. It was presented in 1928 by the duke of York (later King George VI) to his wife Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who later offered it to their elder daughter, princess Elizabeth of Great Britain (later Queen Elizabeth II) as a birthday gift.
The Queen Mother`s Art-Deco Aquamarine brooch, now worn by The Queen. This brooch mostly worn by the Queen Mother in her earlier years. It contains multiple cuts of aquamarine jewels with diamond accents.
The Scroll Cambridge Emerald Brooch, part of the Personal Jewel Collection of Queen Elizabeth II. It is composed of platinum and diamonds, and features two of the Cambridge Emeralds. The brooch and its drop were originally crafted in 1911 as part of the Delhi Durbar Stomacher, but can be detached and worn separately.
The Queen`s Pearl & Diamond Trefoil brooch. One of the Queen`s favourites, it does tend to match with everything! It includes 5 pearls, the largest in the centre. All nestled in an undulating diamond setting.
One of Queen Victoria's Turkish brooches. In June 1838, soon after her coronation, Queen Victoria received a star-shaped brooch of emeralds and diamonds from Sultan Mahmud II. In the center of the brooch is the Sultan’s tughra in brilliant cut diamonds. The tughra is the Sultan’s personal calligraphic monogram which was affixed to all official documents, coins, seals, and correspondence. The tughra of Mahmud II reads: ‘Mahmud Khan son of Abdülhamid is forever victorious’.
Queen Elizabeth II: The brooch is a miniature flower bouquet with seven amethyst buds surrounded by white and yellow gold ferns and grasses, with a central group of twelve freshwater mauve-tinted pearls from the River Tay.