Princess Helena (1846-1923, wearing the opal necklace and earrings given to her by her mother as a wedding present, 1866. The gift also included a brooch to match, and all the jewelry was to provided by Messrs R. & S. Garrard & Co., Haymarket. This miniature was painted by William Charles Bell.
Kiki McDonough. Citrine and diamond Cushion Bow earrings. 2012 has its very own special Diamond Jubilee hallmark for gold and precious metals to mark the Queen's 60 years on the throne. This distinctive mark that can sit alongside the statutory stamp features the queen wearing an oversized crown. The mark is only available until 1st October and adds a special touch to any jewel stamped this year.
Sapphire and diamond suite of necklace and earrings, Mid-19th century; altered 1952 and 1959 by Garrards. Purchased by King George VI from Carrington & Co and given to Princess Elizabeth as a wedding present in 1947.
Aquamarine and diamond necklace - the necklace and matching earrings were a Coronation gift to The Queen from the President and People of Brazil in 1953 - perfectly matched stones are in diamond and platinum settings - original detachable pendant of the necklace was mounted in the centre of the tiara by Garrads and has been replaced by a smaller stone, also detachable.