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Old 02-19-2004, 05:29 PM
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No, I dislike the Burmese one. It has the ruby roses in it. I posted the link a few posts up.
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A new neckless?????????????????? * :woot:* * *

http://www.polfoto.dk/Polfoto/Photo/Live/w...0xkh3_guest.jpg]http://www.polfoto.dk/Polfoto/Photo/Live/w...0xkh3_guest.jpg

And other

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the first necklace the queen received while still a princess from the Republic of South Africa. She calls it "My Best Diamonds"
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Old 02-20-2004, 08:46 AM
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I believe I've also heard the Nizam tiara referred to as the "English ivy" one???? Such a shame it was broken up. I really loved the ivy design myself, and I think it's my favorite of all HM's tiaras, except for the Russian Kokoshnik one. :o
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I believe I've also heard the Nizam tiara referred to as the "English ivy" one???? Such a shame it was broken up. I really loved the ivy design myself, and I think it's my favorite of all HM's tiaras, except for the Russian Kokoshnik one. :o
According to the Leslie Field Book(pg. 82) it was It was a wedding gift from the Nizam of Hyderbadand was made by Cartier in a wreath design of English roses and foilage, a style typical of the early nineteenth century. The two centre roses and the smaller side ones could be detached and worn as broaches, too. The whole thing was broken up and the diamonds were used to make the Burmese ruby tiara in 1973 (which I'm not very fond of).
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I belive this is a new neckless, i read that QIIE like jewels a lot and bigger jewels
( she don't wear them now because they are to havy), but i never see this neckless.


Sorry to disapoint you Micas but this is not a new necklace. The Queen calls this piece and its matching bracelet her "best diamonds". The stones were a gift to her when she visited South Africa with her parents and Princess Margaret before her wedding to Prince Phillip.
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Old 05-06-2004, 09:26 PM
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The Queen at the return banquet given for Her by the Pres. of Poland, May 6, 2004
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The Queen in tiara at the Service of the Order of the British Empire, May 26, 2004
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Old 06-20-2004, 06:55 PM
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Wonderfull close up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Has anyone got pictures from day 4 at Royal Ascot? HM wore a yellowish outfit and the brooch appeared to be Queen Alexandra's triple pearl brooch which was formerly worn by the Queen Mother.
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Old 06-27-2004, 08:20 AM
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Well i like a lot this 2 broochs and i am asking if some1 have a nice look of them?

http://www.polfoto.dk/Polfoto/Photo/Live/w...67406_guest.jpg

Princess Haya is this the brooch? Is not new and the Queen wear him many times.
I gona see if i had a better look of him.

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Queen Elizabeth II wore, for the first time, one of the many stomachers in Her huge collection of jewels to a dinner held for Her Golden Jubilee in 2002, attended by European Soveriengs and their consorts.

The Queen at the Jubilee banquet for European Soveriegns
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Old 08-31-2004, 05:22 PM
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Yeah! A stomacher!

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Queen Elizabeth II wore, for the first time, one of the many stomachers in Her huge collection of jewels to a dinner held for Her Golden Jubilee in 2002, attended by European Soveriengs and their consorts.

The Queen at the Jubilee banquet for European Soveriegns
I was so excited when she brought that beautiful jewel out of the vaults!!
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Old 10-14-2004, 11:42 AM
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Queen Elizabeth II wore, for the first time, one of the many stomachers in Her huge collection of jewels to a dinner held for Her Golden Jubilee in 2002, attended by European Soveriengs and their consorts.

The Queen at the Jubilee banquet for European Soveriegns
It was a good idea to wear a stomacher. I hope she will do again!
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Queen Elizabeth II on the first day of Her state visit to Germany, November 2, 2004

The Queen on state visit to Germany at the state banquet
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Very beautiful!
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Question for all the "Liz" jewelry fans, what tiara did she wear to the German Gala???
Its looks absolutely regal and befit for a queen, as it shows..
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You mean the one in A.C.C.'s post? That's the tiara that was a wedding present from the girls of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Queen Mary when she married George V (the Duke of York, as he was at the time). It originally had a row of pearls on the top, which were removed at some point. It's one of the Queen's favourite tiaras, judging from how often she wears it. The bandeau at the bottom of the tiara is also detachable, and the two pieces can be worn separately.

http://groups.msn.com/RoyaltyDanjel2/gbqmarygirlsw.msnw
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New earrings????????????????????? And a new bracelet????????
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