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Queen Mary Collar

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This set is inspired from the arches of a crown made by Garrard for Queen Mary in 1911 for her Coronation as consort to King George V.  Queen Mary presented it to the Crown Collection in 1914 with the intention of it being the future Queen consort’s crown.  It had been the tradition since Plantagenet times for a Queen not to attend the coronation of her successor.  Queen Mary broke with this tradition in 1937, probably to show solidarity after the abdication of King Edward VIII, and wore the crown as a circlet without arches.    

Pendant from Arches of Queen Mary's Crown
Pendant from Arches of Queen Mary's Crown
This set is inspired from the arches of a crown made by Garrard for Queen Mary in 1911 for her Coronation as consort to King George V.

Price: £48.50

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Queen Mary's Women of Hampshire bracelet
Queen Mary's Women of Hampshire bracelet
Inspired by a brooch known as the Harebells brooch.

Price: £92.00

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Queen Mary Three Arch Necklace
Queen Mary Three Arch Necklace
This set is inspired from the arches of a crown made by Garrard for Queen Mary in 1911 for her Coronation as consort to King George V.

Price: £144.00

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Queen Mary's Women of Hampshire Earrings
Queen Mary's Women of Hampshire Earrings
Inspired by a brooch known as the Harebells brooch.

Price: £49.85

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Queen Mary's Stomacher Drop Earrings
Queen Mary's Stomacher Drop Earrings
Stomachers first became popular in the fifteenth century and were designed to cover the front of the bodice.

Price: £42.00

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Queen Mary's Women of Hampshire Pendant
Queen Mary's Women of Hampshire Pendant
Inspired by a brooch known as the Harebells brooch.

Price: £59.50

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Queen Mary Arch Earrings
Queen Mary Arch Earrings
This set is inspired from the arches of a crown made by Garrard for Queen Mary in 1911 for her Coronation as consort to King George V.

Price: £52.85

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Queen Mary's Stomacher Brooch
Queen Mary's Stomacher Brooch
Stomachers first became popular in the fifteenth century and were designed to cover the front of the bodice.

Price: £43.00

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Queen Mary's Stomacher Post Earrings
Queen Mary's Stomacher Post Earrings
Stomachers first became popular in the fifteenth century and were designed to cover the front of the bodice.

Price: £32.00

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Queen Mary's Stomacher Pendant
Queen Mary's Stomacher Pendant
Stomachers first became popular in the fifteenth century and were designed to cover the front of the bodice.

Price: £105.00

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Queen Victoria's Bow Brooch - Small
Queen Victoria's Bow Brooch - Small
Bow brooches have been a popular design since the 1800's, and in May 1858 Garrard (the Crown Jewellers) made a set of three bow brooches, two large and one small, out of 506 diamonds supplied by Queen Victoria.

Price: £55.00

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Queen Elizabeth II Floret Stud Earrings
Queen Elizabeth II Floret Stud Earrings
  Crowns and Regalia   Historic Royal Palaces   Royalty   Jewellery   Diamond Jubilee  .

Price: £50.00

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Princess Margaret Rose Earrings
Princess Margaret Rose Earrings
Inspired by a brooch with a central oval pink topaz with a scroll broder of cushion-shaped diamonds suspending a detable topaz and diamond drop mounted in silver and gold and mad ein about 1860.

Price: £45.00

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