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Re: Panel about Diamond Collet Necklaces
Great work! Congratulations
a first panel made (and to add to your site if you want dear Beth)
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1. the Duchess of York's collet necklace
. The diamonds are not graduated compared to Queen Alexandra's necklace.
2.The Duchess of Teck's Collet Necklace
. The necklace, though it has varied in length over time, is a longer form and currently includes 46 brilliant diamonds.
. It is the longer necklace on Queen Mary and maybe on Queen Elisabeth The Queen Mother
. certainly worn above Queen Elisabeth's coronation necklace by Queen Elizabeth - Length reduced)
. larger diamonds ; not worn currently ;
3. Queen Elisabeth's Coronation Necklace
. It is the longer necklace on Queen Elisabeth the Queen Mother - Very large diamonds and has a bigger length
. currently worn by the Duchess of Cornwall
4. A long diamond sautoir worn by Queen Elisabeth as Duchess of York
press articles from Beth and Franck and photos from Beth ; Not currently worn
5. Smaller Collet Necklace
. worn by QEII in 2012 and as Princess Elisabeth in Scotland in 1951 and in Malta ; alos worn by Princess Margaret - lent by her sister ; maybe from her mother and lent by Queen Elisabeth at her own coronation in 9138 to Lady Mary Elphinstone née Bowes-Lyon;
6. Queen Alexandra's Collet Necklace
. The central stone weights more than 13 carats (Press article from Beth).
. The diamonds are bigger than n°1.
. (large diamonds and worn by QEII) ;
7.The Lady Mount Stephen's diamond necklace with a square central stone
. Longer, Graduated Collet Necklace
. worn by QEII
. Press articles from Beth
8. Shorter, Graduated Collet Necklace
. the necklace has been worn once by the
Duchess of Cambridge
. no information about the origin of the necklace