Rare English Gold Sovereign of Queen Mary | Sovereigns are large, thin gold coins that feature imposing portraits of the respective monarch. The Mary I Gold Sovereign coin was issued under the authority of the first Queen Regnant of England, Mary Tudor (Mary I), daughter of Henry VIII. She was also the the grand-daughter of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain.
Bulgari Magsonic Grande Sonnerie Tourbillon Watch On The Wrist - from the #SIAR2014 watch show in Mexico City. It features a sonnerie, tourbillon (seen from the dial), and power reserve indicators (two of them visible on the caseback; one for the time, and the other for the chiming functions). It also tells the time, looks rather striking, and costing quite a lot... see our hands-on with a titanium version of this watch to learn more about it on aBlogtoWatch.com
Queen Mary's Girls of Great Britain and Ireland tiara - one of the Queen's favourites - referred to as "Granny's Tiara" - wedding gift to Princess Elizabeth by her grandmother, Queen Mary, in 1947 - originally given to Princess Mary of Teck (later Queen Mary) as wedding present in 1893 by a committee started by Lady Eve Greville which raised over £5,000 from the "Girls of Great Britain and Ireland" and commissioned the tiara from Garrards
This diamond brooch was presented to Ella in 1896, in the day of Nikolay II and her sister Alix's coronation. This jewel was one of six brooches performed by Faberge by the order of Nikolay II to be given to Grand Duchesses. Nikolay II's mother and wife got the same brooches though the sizes of their brooches were bigger. The price of such a brooch was much higher then the price of the famous Faberge eggs. Today this brooch is in the private collection.