The Late Queen Elizabeth II’s Jewelry Will Remain Forever Iconic

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Statement Pearl

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Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip attend an event in Hyde Park with the queen sporting a turquoise-hued suit and matching hat—topped off with an oversized pearl pin.

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1st Dibs Pearl and Diamond White Gold Statement Brooch

Pearl and Diamond White Gold Statement Brooch

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1st Dibs Pearl and Diamond White Gold Statement Brooch

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A large blister pearl surrounded by rays of white diamonds becomes a statement piece. In addition, a mix of white and yellow golds give this antique brooch a modern bent.

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Simple and Refined

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The queen’s engagement ring was designed by Prince Philip, and he sweetly used a diamond from his mother’s tiara. The other diamonds from the tiara were used to create a diamond bracelet that Queen Elizabeth wore on her wedding day.

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Harry Winston Belle Round Brilliant Diamond Micropavé Engagement Ring

Belle Round Brilliant Diamond Micropavé Engagement Ring

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Harry Winston Belle Round Brilliant Diamond Micropavé Engagement Ring

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A round-cut diamond—surrounded by a shapely bezel surround set with more white diamonds—sparkles on a platinum band.

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Royal Emeralds

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Here, Queen Elizabeth is wearing the Girls Of Great Britain and Ireland diamond tiara and the Cambridge and Delhi Durbar parure—an emerald-and-diamond set of earrings and a necklace that she inherited from her grandmother Queen Mary.

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Cayen Collection Boutique Emerald and Diamond Ring

Boutique Emerald and Diamond Ring

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Cayen Collection Boutique Emerald and Diamond Ring

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An almost 8-carat emerald mined from Colombia reigns in this diamond and white gold setting. Channel the Queen’s round earring set with this just-as-stunning ring.

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Classic Pearls

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The queen attended a polo match in Windsor in 1958 wearing her always-stylish uniform of a handsome suit, matching hat, and timeless three-strand pearl necklace.

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Mastoloni Vintage-Inspired Pearl Necklace

Vintage-Inspired Pearl Necklace

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Mastoloni Vintage-Inspired Pearl Necklace

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The queen reached for her classic strands much more often than not. Here, copy her look with a three-strand necklace composed of shimmering freshwater pearls.

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Stately Jewels

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Queen Elizabeth II wore an oversized and elegant ruby and diamond necklace and matching brooch—paired with a quiet ivory dress—to a state banquet at Schloss Bellevue palace.

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Buccellati Opera High Jewellery Pendant

Opera High Jewellery Pendant

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Buccellati Opera High Jewellery Pendant

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An intricate white and gold setting displays the maison’s advanced artistry when it comes to metalwork. A burgundy tourmaline mimics the deep rubies of the queen’s necklace.

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Legacy Diamonds

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Queen Elizabeth II was photographed in the Diamond Jubilee state coach after the opening of Parliament wearing the Diamond Diadem—originally made for King George IV by Rundell, Bridge, and Rundell in 1820—the Coronation earrings and the Coronation necklace, created by Garrard in 1858 for Queen Victoria.

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verdura Verdura Vintage Maltese Cross Bangle

Verdura Vintage Maltese Cross Bangle

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verdura Verdura Vintage Maltese Cross Bangle

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A Maltese cross—inspired by the Queen’s iconic tiara and first created by Verdura for Coco Chanel—adorns this gold enamel cuff and is studded with vibrant citrine, pink tourmaline and white pearls.

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Brilliant Turquoise

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Queen Elizabeth II—celebrating the centenary at Heathrow airport—again wears a cheerful shade of turquoise, accented by her oversized white diamond and turquoise brooch.

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1st Dibs Platinum Diamond and Persian Turquoise Brooch

Platinum Diamond and Persian Turquoise Brooch

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1st Dibs Platinum Diamond and Persian Turquoise Brooch

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Art Nouveau-like in form, this platinum brooch sparkles thanks to its white diamonds that appear to float around a beautiful Persian turquoise center stone.

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Sophisticated Pairing

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Queen Elizabeth poses with Jackie Kennedy, the First Lady of the United States at the time, during a dinner at Buckingham Palace. It was the first time the president of the United States had been invited to dine at Buckingham Palace since 1918.

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David Webb Nocturn Necklace

Nocturn Necklace

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David Webb Nocturn Necklace

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A symphony of cabochon emeralds, emerald-cut emeralds, rubellite and amethyst stones, and carved rock crystal links—a signature of the house—all combine for a modern take on a statement necklace.

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Rachael Burrow is the Senior Style Editor at VERANDA, covering the latest design and market trends, from jewelry to fashion, tabletop to furnishings, and everything in between.

 

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