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Diamonds Collection

"Diamonds: A Royal Symbol of Power and Glory" In 1953, the world witnessed a momentous occasion as Elizabeth II ascended to the throne

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Elizabeth II - Queen of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth

Elizabeth II - Queen of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth
Her Majesty Elizabeth II - Queen of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms (1926-2022). Date: 1955

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Daily Sketch Coronation Number 1953 Queen Elizabeth II

Daily Sketch Coronation Number 1953 Queen Elizabeth II
Front cover of The Daily Sketch Coronation Number featuring a portrait of the new monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. Date: 1953

Background imageDiamonds Collection: HRH Queen Elizabeth II

HRH Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022). She is wearing the George IV State Diadem or Diamond Diadem. Date: circa 1954

Background imageDiamonds Collection: HRH Queen Elizabeth II

HRH Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022). She is wearing the George IV State Diadem or Diamond Diadem. Date: circa 1954

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Queen Elizabeth II jewels glittering in her hair and at her throat arrives at Swedish

Queen Elizabeth II jewels glittering in her hair and at her throat arrives at Swedish Embassy in Portland Palace London to attend the State Banquet 29 June 1954

Background imageDiamonds Collection: The Queens Crown

The Queens Crown
The crown made for Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, on the coronation of King George VI when she was Queen Consort. The crown was made by Messrs. Garrard, and mounted in platinum

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Royal crowns and sceptre

Royal crowns and sceptre
Symbols of imperial Majesty: St Edwards Crown, with 444 precious stones, remains one of the senior Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, being the official coronation crown

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Triumph Stag (ex-James Bond film, Diamonds are Forever), 1970, Yellow

Triumph Stag (ex-James Bond film, Diamonds are Forever), 1970, Yellow
Triumph Stag (ex-James Bond film, Diamonds are Forever) 1970 Yellow

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Dolly Sisters and chorus in Diamond tableaux

Dolly Sisters and chorus in Diamond tableaux
The Dolly Sisters wearing creations by Jean Patou and chorus in the tableaux La Mine Diamants (Diamond Mine), Paris En Fleurs, Casino de Paris, Paris, 1925 1925

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Symbols of Power and Glory and of Christian Faith

Symbols of Power and Glory and of Christian Faith. S. Edwards Crown, The Imperial State Crown, The Sovereigns Orb and the head of the Royal Sceptre with Cross

Background imageDiamonds Collection: German Playing Card Pack

German Playing Card Pack
An assortment of playing cards: kings, queens and knaves

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Jeweller A. Calderoni (A. Calderoni Gioielliere), Milano, 1898

Jeweller A. Calderoni (A. Calderoni Gioielliere), Milano, 1898. Artist: Hohenstein, Adolfo (1854-1928)
Jeweller A. Calderoni (A. Calderoni Gioielliere), Milano, 1898. From a private collection

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Celebrated Diamonds

Celebrated Diamonds
Celebrated diamonds including; Regent, Ko-hi-noor, Sancy, Eugenie and Le Grand duc de Toscane

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Diamond, computer artwork

Diamond, computer artwork
Cut and polished diamond, computer artwork. Diamond is a naturally occurring form of carbon that has crystallised under great pressure

Background imageDiamonds Collection: King of Diamonds from a deck of Goodall & Son Ltd. playing cards, c1940

King of Diamonds from a deck of Goodall & Son Ltd. playing cards, c1940. [Goodall & Son Ltd. London, c1940]

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Ava Gardner with the Queen during a Royal Command Film Performance, October 1955

Ava Gardner with the Queen during a Royal Command Film Performance, October 1955

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Gold enamelled brooch, presented to Florence Nightingale

Gold enamelled brooch, presented to Florence Nightingale by Queen Victoria, 1855. Gold, with diamonds and enamel, said to have been designed by Prince Albert The Prince Consort (1819-1861)

Background imageDiamonds Collection: The Premier of Victoria Mr John Cain entertains Queen Elizabeth II while the Duke

The Premier of Victoria Mr John Cain entertains Queen Elizabeth II while the Duke of Edinburgh Prince Phillip talks to the Premiers wife at the State Reception in Melbourne Australia during

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Advert for Mappin & Webb fine jewellery 1934

Advert for Mappin & Webb fine jewellery 1934
Fine jewellery by Mappin & Webb, showing diamond cluster rings, brooches, earrings, watches, cufflinks and charms. Date: 1934

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Imperial State Crown that George IV, was crowned 1821

Imperial State Crown that George IV, was crowned 1821
Imperial State Crown that George IV was crowned, on July 1821, also William IV, 40 cm (16 in) tall, encrusted with 12, 314 diamonds with the traditional de-lis

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Alice in Wonderland, Alice and the pack of cards

Alice in Wonderland, Alice and the pack of cards, as the courtroom scene disintegrates at the end of the story. Date: early 20th century

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Military badge jewellery, WW1

Military badge jewellery, WW1
Advertisement for regimental badges available from the Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Company. Made of gold or palladium, they were set with diamonds or other precious stones. Date: 1917

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Coronation regalia jewels

Coronation regalia jewels
Page from The Sketch depicting some of the famous and priceless jewels forming the Coronation regalia of King George VI in 1937. St

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Advert for Frank Hyams Ltd, diamonds jewellery 1911

Advert for Frank Hyams Ltd, diamonds jewellery 1911
Selection of womens diamond jewellery. Date: 1911

Background imageDiamonds Collection: The Queen of Diamonds - Shirley Kellogg in Elspeth Phelps

The Queen of Diamonds - Shirley Kellogg in Elspeth Phelps
Actress Shirley Kellogg pictured wearing an exquisite fringed dress of peau de soie embellished with silver and diamonds, the starring costume in the theatrical show

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Diamond Cutting

Diamond Cutting
A true Representation of the Diamond Cutters Wheel or Mill

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Beatrice / White Dress

Beatrice / White Dress
PRINCESS BEATRICE Daughter of Victoria, married Prince Heinrich of Battenberg in 1885

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Flapper / Ascot Dress / 1926

Flapper / Ascot Dress / 1926
An Ascot gown of georgette trimmed with bands of emeralds and diamonds. A fringe of uncurled ostrich feather is caught at one side with a rose and foliage

Background imageDiamonds Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20100107

EyeUbiquitous_20100107
England, London, The City, 30 St Amry Axe, detail of the the Gherkin building

Background imageDiamonds Collection: De Beers Diamond Mine

De Beers Diamond Mine
Washing equipment for the diamonds of De Beers mines in South Africa

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Presents from the Kings of Siam to Queen Victoria, 1857. Creator: Unknown

Presents from the Kings of Siam to Queen Victoria, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Presents from the Kings of Siam to Queen Victoria, 1857. A Royal Crown of gold, enamel, diamonds, and rubies; a magnificent jewelled Star, and a golden Girdle, studded with nine bosses of jewels

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Art Deco necklace, c.1925 (emeralds, diamonds & rock crystal)

Art Deco necklace, c.1925 (emeralds, diamonds & rock crystal)
6322973 Art Deco necklace, c.1925 (emeralds, diamonds & rock crystal) by European School, (20th century); length: 44.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: owned by Anita Delgado)

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Dowager Queen Alexandra, 1910. Creator: Bain News Service

Dowager Queen Alexandra, 1910. Creator: Bain News Service
Dowager Queen Alexandra, 1910

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Frances, Countess of Dartmouth, 1756. Creator: Sir Joshua Reynolds

Frances, Countess of Dartmouth, 1756. Creator: Sir Joshua Reynolds
Frances, Countess of Dartmouth, 1756. The Countess of Dartmouth wears formal court dress with a low-necked, fur-trimmed, white satin dress decorated with a wealth of diamond jewellery in the form of

Background imageDiamonds Collection: National token from South Wales to the Princess of Wales, 1864. Creator: Unknown

National token from South Wales to the Princess of Wales, 1864. Creator: Unknown
National token from South Wales to the Princess of Wales, 1864....the badge and its casket...[were] manufactured by Messrs

Background imageDiamonds Collection: The Kings Orb from the Crown Jewels of England, 1919 (colour litho)

The Kings Orb from the Crown Jewels of England, 1919 (colour litho)
2629935 The Kings Orb from the Crown Jewels of England, 1919 (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; Photo eGraphicaArtis; English, out of copyright

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Lady Astor wearing Cartier tiara with Sancy diamond

Lady Astor wearing Cartier tiara with Sancy diamond
Lady Astor, who sat as MP for the Sutton Division of Plymouth from 1919 to 1945 pictured arriving for the opening of Parliament in 1948 wearing a Cartier tiara featuring the Sancy diamond

Background imageDiamonds Collection: The Queens Orb from the Crown Jewels of England, 1919 (colour litho)

The Queens Orb from the Crown Jewels of England, 1919 (colour litho)
2629934 The Queens Orb from the Crown Jewels of England, 1919 (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; Photo eGraphicaArtis; English, out of copyright

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Queen Souriya of Aghanistan

Queen Souriya of Aghanistan - Wife of King Amanullah of Afghanistan. The couple visited London in March 1928. Date: 1928

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Breaking the bank

Breaking the bank
Julia Ramiro

Background imageDiamonds Collection: French postcard of, 1900 depicting a Tyrolean bagpipe player in traditional costume

French postcard of, 1900 depicting a Tyrolean bagpipe player in traditional costume
3665634 French postcard of, 1900 depicting a Tyrolean bagpipe player in traditional costume by French School, (20th century); (add.info)

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Box made during the Konbaung period

Box made during the Konbaung period
5304601 Box made during the Konbaung period.; (add.info.: 1800 -1855, Konbaung period, Box made from gold, diamonds, emeralds and rubies)

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Mineral Products, Gold, Silver, Lead, Mercury, Diamonds and Other Precious Stones (colour litho)

Mineral Products, Gold, Silver, Lead, Mercury, Diamonds and Other Precious Stones (colour litho)
8650829 Mineral Products, Gold, Silver, Lead, Mercury, Diamonds and Other Precious Stones (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Mineral Products, Gold)

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Diamond polishing (engraving)

Diamond polishing (engraving)
8635270 Diamond polishing (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Diamond polishing)

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Separating diamonds from gravel (b/w photo)

Separating diamonds from gravel (b/w photo)
8663721 Separating diamonds from gravel (b/w photo) by European Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Separating diamonds from gravel)

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Diamond aigrette or tiara, c.1900 (gold, silver & diamonds)

Diamond aigrette or tiara, c.1900 (gold, silver & diamonds)
8677816 Diamond aigrette or tiara, c.1900 (gold, silver & diamonds) by European School; height: 10, circumference: 21 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Old- and rose-cut diamonds, silver and gold)

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Diamond aigrette or tiara, c.1900 (gold, silver & diamonds)

Diamond aigrette or tiara, c.1900 (gold, silver & diamonds)
8677815 Diamond aigrette or tiara, c.1900 (gold, silver & diamonds) by European School; height: 10, circumference: 21 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Old- and rose-cut diamonds, silver and gold)

Background imageDiamonds Collection: Diamond aigrette or tiara, c.1900 (gold, silver & diamonds)

Diamond aigrette or tiara, c.1900 (gold, silver & diamonds)
8677814 Diamond aigrette or tiara, c.1900 (gold, silver & diamonds) by European School; height: 10, circumference: 21 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Old- and rose-cut diamonds, silver and gold)



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"Diamonds: A Royal Symbol of Power and Glory" In 1953, the world witnessed a momentous occasion as Elizabeth II ascended to the throne, becoming Queen of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth. The Daily Sketch Coronation Number captured this historic event, showcasing the radiant beauty of Queen Elizabeth II adorned with diamonds. Her majesty's jewels glittered in her hair and at her throat as she arrived in Sweden, exuding regal elegance. HRH Queen Elizabeth II personified grace and sophistication, wearing exquisite diamond-studded accessories that added an extra sparkle to her already captivating presence. Amongst these dazzling treasures was The Queens Crown itself – a symbol of authority and prestige. This magnificent crown, along with other royal crowns and sceptres, represented centuries-old traditions steeped in grandeur. They have always held a special place in history; they are not only precious gemstones but also symbols of power and glory. Just like the iconic Triumph Stag car featured in the James Bond film "it can Forever, " diamonds captivate our imagination with their timeless allure. Beyond royalty, they have graced many stages throughout history. From the enchanting Dolly Sisters performing mesmerizing Diamond tableaux to religious artifacts representing Christian faith - they have been celebrated for their transcendent beauty across various cultures. Even playing cards bear witness to their significance; German Playing Card Packs often feature intricate diamond designs that add an air of luxury during card games or gatherings. Lastly, let us not forget about celebrated diamonds themselves – those extraordinary gems that have become legends over time. Each one tells its own story through its exceptional brilliance and rarity. Whether adorning queens or captivating audiences on stage or screen, diamonds continue to fascinate us all with their everlasting radiance. They remain enduring symbols of power, glory, faith - forever capturing our hearts like no other gemstone can.