4 edition of The Queen"s jewellery found in the catalog.
The Queen"s jewellery
|LC Classifications||NK7303 .Y6 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||71086660|
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The Queen's Jewels captures the opulence and splendor of the gems of English queens from Mary Queen of Scots to Elizabeth II. Organized alphabetically by gemstones, this historical and visual documentary elegantly displays the world's most famous jewelry collection intertwined with accounts of romance, intrigue, and politics/5(60).
The Queens Jewels is an excellent overview of some of the most beautiful pieces of craftsmanship ever published. I bought the book in French before it was translated into English and enjoyed it very much.
Since it is grouped by countries and or dynasties you can pick it up any where and enjoy whatever chaper you are reading/5(11). The first definitive account of the priceless jewels owned by Queen Elizabeth II, published with the full cooperation of Buckingham Palace.
First serial to Life. illustrations, 85 in full color/5. The Queen's Jewellery; The Jewels Of H. Queen Elizabeth Ii book. Read reviews from world’s The Queens jewellery book community for readers/5(2). The Queen’s Diamonds takes readers on a tour of the magnificent royal inheritance of diamonds from Queen Adelaide in the s to the present day.
The book features more than seventy awe-inspiring pieces of jewelry from one of the finest collections in the world/5().
Much of the jewelry discussed comes from the collections of Elizabeth II's ancestors, especially Queen Mary, but pieces that the Queen acquired during her own lifetime are also a significant part of the book.
With pages of text and photographs (including a mixture of color and black-and-white images). This lovely book details some of the jewels in what is surely one of the world's greatest collection of jewels and jewellery which has been put together over many generations.
As well as inheriting, each queen has added one way or another to this fabulous collection. Synopsis Providing an extensively illustrated account of Queen Elizabeth II's personal collection of jewellery, and published with the co-operation of Buckingham Palace, this book includes stories and pictures of items worn by members of the royal family for over years/5(75).
The Queen's Jewels, Day By Day. This is one seriously unserious magpie cataloging the jewels of Queen Elizabeth II and The Duchess of Cornwall. Accuracy is the aim, but is never ever guaranteed. Chime in. Additional information and corrections are most welcome. Leave a comment and join the fun.
On January 1,the Queen wore the Imperial State Crown along with the diamond necklace she had worn for her coronation. The crown was Author: Leah Silverman. Facinating book and in excellent condition. This book details private royal jewelry from King George III, Queen Victoria's grandfather, down to the present queen, HM Queen Elizabeth II.
An amazing insight on various types of jewelry that have been passed down to Queen's throughout the centuries/5(75). The Queen's Necklace did not disappoint. It is a multifaceted story that keeps your interest and spawns many theories in your mind as you go. It comes together rather surprisingly fast in the end though.
I moved from this book to Taking The Bastile. It seems Dumas was incapable of bad writing/5(30). The queen wore three brooches during Trump’s visit, and each of them — at least according to the online fandom with an appetite for Intense Author: Aja Romano.
Over the past months there have been two posts that discussed the Crown Jewels of England, Part One and Part Two. Part One detailed the Royal Regalia which is used in the Coronation of the British Monarch and Part Two had information on some of the other items within the Crown Jewels collection, such as Queen Victoria’s small diamond crown and the Queen Mother’s crown with the.
The book offers a series of entertaining glimpses of the unique working relationship between the the Queen and her devoted dresser, revealing Angela’s sense of detail, duty and : Michael Atmore. During her reign, Queen Elizabeth II's jewellery has included some of the world's most exquisite gems, including her coronation necklace and the imperial state crown.
Leslie Field, author of Queen's Jewels: The Personal Collection of Elizabeth II, has studied over pieces owned by the British monarch. That's one huge jewellery box. This is THE crown, the one she wore during her coronation. It’s years old and was originally made for the coronation of her father King George VI in The crown is set in more than diamonds in silver mounts, which are mostly brilliant, rose, and table colored stones, which include pearls, 11 emeralds, and 17 sapphires, are placed in gold : Justine Chen.
A great little book to add to your library if you don't want to buy the Queen's Diamonds book by Hugh Roberts. It will also work as a companion if you already have the big book (as I do). The book is perfect in information, photos, price and size so it is a /5(57).
This coffee table book is one to savor if youre a fan of the jewelry of the royal families. Only the royal jewels of Russia, France, Spain, Sweden, Great Britain, Italy, Iran, Austria, Belgium, and the Balkan states of Romania, Greece, and Yugoslavia are covered in this book, but the amount of pictures of gorgeous jewels is enough to make up for the countries not featured/5.
This is a "concise" edition -- that is to say, edited -- of the author's The Queen's photos are nice, but what really makes this an exceptionally interesting book is the stories of the histories of the jewels and their different uses through history/5. The book features all of the greatest hits of the Queen's diamonds, including the Diamond Diadem owned by George IV (seen above), the Coronation Necklace and Earrings, the Cullinan stones in their various forms, Queen Mary's brooches, and the diamonds from the Greville inheritance.tiaras & crowns Click the pictures for more information on tiaras and crowns owned or worn by The Queen, as covered so far.
This is likely not a comprehensive list of the tiaras in The Queen's collection. The emeralds once belonged to Queen Mary's grandmother, the Duchess of Cambridge, and were made into jewelry at the request of Queen Mary .