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14 Outstanding Jewelry Of Queen Elizabeth

The Queen is dead; long live the King. Queen Elizabeth’s wealth is unimaginable. Some say the jewelry of Queen Elizabeth is worth around 4 billion pounds.

The jewelry of Queen Elizabeth consists of more than 300 pieces. What is the price of those? You can not give a price to something “inalienable.” That means they can not be sold or transferred to anyone.

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8 September 2022 was the day of Queen Elizabeth’s death. She was 96 years old and reigned for 70 years.

The jewelry of Queen Elizabeth, according to Leslie Field, included 14 tiaras, 34 pairs of earrings, 98 brooches, 46 necklaces, 37 bracelets, 14 watches, and 15 rings. That is a lot of pieces, even for a Queen.

Most are heirlooms, given as gifts, and cannot be sold because they are part of The Crown.

Queen Elizabeth brooches

The most unique pieces of Queen Elizabeth’s jewelry collection are undoubtedly the Cullivan III, IV, and V brooches.

They come from the Cullivan diamond that was around 3000 carats.

Read more about it in our article about the most famous diamonds in the world.

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Queen Mary wearing the Delhi Durbar Tiara, including the Cullinan III (top) and Cullinan IV (center) diamonds

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Cullinan diamonds
The Cullinan IV and III

The Cullinan III and IV are the most expensive in the world, costing 50 million pounds.

Cullinan replica brooch
A replica of Cullinan III and IV of Queen Elizabeth brooches
Cullinan brooch
Queen Elizabeth wearing the Cullinan V brooch
Cullinan brooch
The Cullinan vs. Brooch

A list of Queen Elizabeth brooches

  • Prince Albert Sapphire Brooch
  • Queen Victoria’s Diamond Fringe Brooch
  • Queen Mary’s Dorset Bow Brooch
  • Duchess of Cambridge’s Pearl Pendant Brooch
  • Richmond Brooch
  • Cullinan III & IV (“Granny’s Chips”)
  • Cullinan V
  • Diamond Maple Leaf Brooch
  • New Zealand Silver Fern Brooch
  • Australian Wattle Spray Brooch
  • Sapphire Jubilee Snowflake Brooch
  • Infinity Isle of Man Brooch
  • Greville Scroll Brooch
  • Sri Lankan Brooch

Queen Elizabeth tiaras

Ruby tiara
Queen Elizabeth wearing the Burmese Ruby Tiara
Kokoshnik Tiara
Queen Elizabeth wearing the Kokoshnik Tiara
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Queen Elizabeth wearing the Lover’s Knot Tiara in 1954

With more than 16 different tiaras, we do not know what to choose.

Below is a list of Queen Elizabeth’s tiaras

  • Delhi Durbar Tiara
  • Queen Alexandra’s Kokoshnik Tiara
  • Queen Mary Fringe Tiara
  • Queen Mary’s Lover’s Knot Tiara
  • Meander Tiara
  • George III Fringe Tiara
  • Halo Tiara
  • Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara
  • Greville Tiara
  • Queen Mary’s Diamond Bandeau Tiara
  • Lotus Flower Tiara
  • Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara
  • Strathmore Rose Tiara
  • Greville Emerald Kokoshnik Tiara
  • Burmese Ruby Tiara
  • The Queen Mother’s Cartier Bandeau

Queen Elizabeth earrings

coronation earrings
The Queen wearing the Coronation Earrings and a matching necklace 

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chandelier earrings
Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Greville Chandelier earrings

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These earrings are inspired by a brooch owned by Queen Elizabeth II. The clip was originally a gift to Queen Victoria from members of her household in celebration of her Golden Jubilee in 1897.

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Want to read the simple announcement of Queen Elizabeth’s death? Check the official Royal—uk site.

diamond button earrings
The pearl and diamond button earrings

Do you want some royal classic earrings for yourself? Try to buy those at

I declare before you all that my whole life whether it be long or short shall be devoted to your service.

Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth Necklaces

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Queen Elizabeth is wearing Queen Anne and Queen Caroline pearls.
Festoon necklace
Queen Elizabeth wearing the Festoon necklace
ruby necklace
Queen Elizabeth wearing the Greville Ruby Floral Bandeau necklace
pearl choker
Kate Middleton is wearing a Queens Elizabeth pearl choker.

Kate Middleton has worn much jewelry from the royal family. They were borrowed or gifted.

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Facts about Queen Elizabeth

  • She served 15 Prime ministers as Queen
  • She was the only person in the UK allowed to drive without a license. “As a British passport is issued in the name of Her Majesty, it is unnecessary for The Queen to possess one.” 
  • Queen Elizabeth first sent an email in 1976
  • In her lifetime, the Queen has sent over 50,000 Christmas cards.
  • She made her first radio broadcast during World War II
  • She never attended school or University, but Princess Elizabeth and her sister, Princess Margaret, were home-schooled.
  • In 1944, at 18, she insisted on joining the army.
  • Her husband, Prince Philip, nicknamed her “Cabbage.”
  • A tradition held 200 years ago was at 09:00 am every morning, the royal bagpiper would play for 15 minutes outside the Queen’s window.
  • She was an animal lover. She owned over 30 corgis.
  • She had a royal milliner from London and never wore Haute couture because she wanted to stand out from the ordinary people.

Final thoughts

King Charles is the new King of England now. His name will be King Charles III.

Will he be as successful as Queen Elizabeth? We do not know.

The good news is that neither the Queen nor the King does not play any political or executive role in the British government.

King Charles’s second wife, Camila, will be queen consort instead of princess consort.

Anyway. The Queen is dead, Long live the King


Pashalis Laoutaris

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