But I have to say this once and for all. The necklace REALLY bugs me. The asymmetry and the way the right facing side never seems to lay in a good way. It always looks off with too much slack on that side.
EMERALD TASSEL BOW PARURE
The Emerald Tassel Parure - a matching set of earrings, a necklace, bracelet and a ring was given to the Queen by a wealthy foreign monarch.
The donor is thought to be Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Of The United Arab Emirates, as pieces of the set were worn at a dinner he attended at Claridge’s Hotel in 1989.
NECKLACE EARRINGS BRACELET RING
QEII - PRCE ALEXANDRE SERBIE
QEII - 20110/05/23 - SV FROM - USA - PRSDT OBAMA - BANQUET BUCKINGHAM PALACE
QEII - 2004/11/28 - CARDIFF - ROYAL GALA WALES MILLENNIUM CENTER - 1
This is royalty at its best. I am so profoundly happy and impressed with how the DoCam carries her self and takes her role so seriously. This is all about the decorum they as a couple exudes for me over the jewels.
In the face of unfair and inappropriate uncalled for protest. They are truly staying above the noise and I think it is really unreasonable to cast blame on persons who have no direct involvement in something they had no relation to.
The Duchess wears these jewels really well, she actually makes them look different. I had to make a double take to see if they were the same jewels HM has worn over the years. Her dress is really beautiful, nothing over power's the other they all compliment each other.
I believe it's the first time Kate wears these earrings and bracelet, belonging to Queen Elizabeth II?
The Queen’s Hummingbird Brooch, a gift from Jamaica during her Golden Jubilee in 2002.
Has Elizabeth II ever worn this brooch?
Re: Leaving Jamaica
Posted by MARIDJE on March 25, 2022, 11:13 pm, in reply to "Leaving Jamaica"
Has Elizabeth II ever worn this brooch? I think no
DOCTOR BIRD BROOCH
2002 C. Garth Sanguinetti and Fred Lusan III of Sanger Studios
This brooch was presented to The Queen during Her Majesty's Golden Jubilee visit to Jamaica in 2002.
The brooch is in the form of the national Doctor Bird, a species of hummingbird found only in Jamaica which is noted for its distinctive tail streamers. It is made of black Jamaican granite, green Jamaican marble, platinum, white gold, silver, diamonds, rubies and sapphires.