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VIntage JBK Jacqueline Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Flag Pin Brooch by Camrose & Kross

VIntage JBK Jacqueline Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Flag Pin Brooch by Camrose Kross

Jackie Kennedy Onassis and  her famous Ruby Necklace & Earrings, a gift from Aristotle Onassis.

Jackie Kennedy Onassis and her famous Ruby Necklace & Earrings, a gift from Aristotle Onassis.

On her wedding day, Jackie realized she still needed something "borrowed". Rose Kennedy offered Jackie this set of pins. Afterwards, Rose was so enthralled by Jackie's radiance that she insisted that she keep them as a gift. Jackie sold the diamond Wedding Pins in order to buy the $50,000 Sunburst Brooch she had seen in London. Realizing how delicate a situation she was in, Jackie had costume copies made of these pins and wore these copies the rest of her life so as not to offend anyone.

On her wedding day, Jackie realized she still needed something "borrowed". Rose Kennedy offered Jackie this set of pins. Afterwards, Rose was so enthralled by Jackie's radiance that she insisted that she keep them as a gift. Jackie sold the diamond Wedding Pins in order to buy the $50,000 Sunburst Brooch she had seen in London. Realizing how delicate a situation she was in, Jackie had costume copies made of these pins and wore these copies the rest of her life so as not to offend anyone.

On Jackie's 16th birthday, her adoring father showered her with gorgeous gifts that celebrated her sparkling spirit. It was a wonderfully sweet day, and her loved ones could already see the lovely and enchanting woman within her. She would soon be crowned "Debutante of the Year" and later marry the handsome senator, John F. Kennedy.  The Gemstone Bracelet was one of Jackie's most treasured birthday gifts from her father.

According to the Kennedy Center, Jackie bought this bracelet to match an earring set when she was We can see here the citrine, rhinestone and white gold 'link' she also once had as an pendant earring option, before she lost them.

This diamond brooch was an heirloom passed down to Jackie from her mother, Janet Norton Lee Bouvier. Janet came from a wealthy family, and luxury items were not as readily available in the U.S. as they were in Paris. Janet would travel to Paris twice a year to shop for clothes and jewelry. Janet passed it along to Jackie sometime in 1958 or 1959.  It was Janet’s custom to give family jewelry to her heirs while she was still alive so that she could see her children wear and enjoy the pieces.

Jackie Kennedy's Diamond Brooch - from her mother, Janet Norton Lee Bouvier

Jackie wore this ring often, even to such important events as the Robert F. Kennedy celebrity tennis tournament. Undoubtedly chosen for its binding elements representing family unity, this ring exudes warmth and loyalty.

Jackie wore this ring often, even to such important events as the Robert F. Undoubtedly chosen by Bobby for its binding elements representing family unity, this ring exudes warmth and loyalty.

Jackie's sapphire and diamond ring was set with a large oval sapphire and tapered baguette and round diamonds.

Jackie's sapphire and diamond ring was set with a large oval sapphire and tapered baguette and round diamonds.

Jackie's Love Knot bracelet was a gift from JFK in 1955. It had graduated sapphires with the knot done in diamonds.

Jackie's Love Knot bracelet was a gift from JFK in It had graduated sapphires with the knot done in diamonds.

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