Non jewellery items included a mink coat from the Canadian government (presented in Ottawa) and a chinchilla cape given by the City Council of Ottawa.
Perhaps the most unusual of all was the presentation of Portland Island in British Columbia (re-named Princess Margaret Island) to the Princess. There was much speculation that Princess Margaret would develop a ranch on the island but instead in 1967 she handed the land back to the Province to be kept as a marine park.
Other items of jewellery included
1. A gold maple leaf brooch with a diamond presented by the City of Montreal.
Christie's has a photo of the brooch and the presentation box. See https://www.christies.com/lot/lot--4718052/?from=salesummary&intObjectID=4718052&lid=1&ldp_breadcrumb=back
2. At Banff the rector of the church where she attend a Sunday service presented, on behalf of the congregation, Princess Margaret with a gold maple leaf and beaver brooch and gold maple leaf earrings.
3. Christie's auctioned a pair of pearl and diamond earrings which according to the auction notes were acquired by the Princess in Canada in 1958, but whether they were a gift or a purchase is unclear to me.
Gold also featured among other gifts.
1. From Pioneer Mines, British Columbia, a gold paper weight. See Christie's https://www.christies.com/lot/lot--4718013/?from=salesummary&intObjectID=4718013&lid=1&ldp_breadcrumb=back
2. A gold jewel box, which was said to be solid gold, from the city of Toronto. (But perhaps it was silver gilt)
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