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Imperial State Crown Stud Pin

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Imperial State Crown Stud Pin
Imperial State Crown Stud Pin
Imperial State Crown Stud Pin
Imperial State Crown Stud Pin
Imperial State Crown Stud PinImperial State Crown Stud PinImperial State Crown Stud PinImperial State Crown Stud Pin

Imperial State Crown Stud Pin

Crowns & Regalia ------- Historic Royal Palaces

Item Ref: CR28526
Our price: £8.95



Worn during the annual State opening of Parliament, it features Cullinan II, the second largest diamond in the world - 2005 being the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the diamond in South Africa.  Original in the Jewel House.  

Imperial State Crown Keychain
Imperial State Crown Keychain
Worn during the annual State opening of Parliament, it features Cullinan II, the second largest diamond in the world - 2005 being the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the diamond in South Africa.

Price: £6.50

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 King George VI, the present Queen's father, inherited 239 loose diamonds when he ascended the throne in 1936, and decided to have a necklace made.

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