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"Captivating Gems: A Glimpse into the World of Royal Jewels and Precious Stones" Queen Elizabeth II, adorned with glittering gems in her hair and at her throat

Background imageGems 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 imageGems 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 imageGems 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 imageGems Collection: Aquamarine crystal

Aquamarine crystal. Aquamarine is a transparent blue or blue-green variety of beryl (beryllium aluminium silicate). The colour is due to trace amounts of iron within the crystal structure

Background imageGems 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 imageGems Collection: Cut agates

Cut agates. Assortment of cut and polished agates. Agate is a variety of quartz (silicon oxide). The colours are produced by impurities in the mineral

Background imageGems Collection: Aquamarine crystal

Aquamarine crystal. Aquamarine is a transparent blue or blue-green variety of beryl (beryllium aluminium silicate). The colour is due to trace amounts of iron within the crystal structure

Background imageGems Collection: Turquoise and blue geode

Turquoise and blue geode
Rosana Laiz Blursbyai

Background imageGems Collection: Heraldic crests, rings and brooches in enamel and gold

Heraldic crests, rings and brooches in enamel and gold. Chromolithograph from Edwin Streeters Gems Catalog, Bond Street, London, circa 1895

Background imageGems Collection: Emerald - Green variety of Beryl - Be3Al2Si6O18 - Berylium aluminum silicate - green clor

Emerald - Green variety of Beryl - Be3Al2Si6O18 - Berylium aluminum silicate - green clor from trace of chromium
CAN-4440 Emerald - Green variety of Beryl - Be3Al2Si6O18 China Berylium aluminum silicate - green clor from trace of chromium - Important gem John Cancalosi contact details: prints@ardea.com tel

Background imageGems Collection: Moonstone gemstones

Moonstone gemstones. This orthoclase mineral (potassium aluminium silicate) has been cut and polished to produce semi-precious gemstones

Background imageGems Collection: Limerick Mitre / Shaw

Limerick Mitre / Shaw
A precious mitre used by the Bishop of Limerick, Ireland on occasions of great ceremony. It is made of plates of gold and adorned with gems and precious stones

Background imageGems Collection: Lake Attersee, 1901 (oil on canvas)

Lake Attersee, 1901 (oil on canvas)
8933884 Lake Attersee, 1901 (oil on canvas) by Klimt, Gustav (1862-1918); Leopold Museum, Vienna, Austria; (add.info.: Painting by Gustav Klimt).

Background imageGems Collection: The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail

The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail, end of 8th century ( stones)
8620126 The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail, end of 8th century ( stones, cameos and coloured glasses) by Lombard School

Background imageGems Collection: Table with representation of Livorno port, c.1601-04 (gemstones, wood, enamel)

Table with representation of Livorno port, c.1601-04 (gemstones, wood, enamel)
8612010 Table with representation of Livorno port, c.1601-04 (gemstones, wood, enamel) by Gaffurri, Cristofano (fl.1576-1626) & Ligozzi, Jacopo (1547-1626); Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Tuscany

Background imageGems Collection: Table with representation of Livorno port, c.1601-04 (gemstones, wood, enamel)

Table with representation of Livorno port, c.1601-04 (gemstones, wood, enamel)
8612009 Table with representation of Livorno port, c.1601-04 (gemstones, wood, enamel) by Gaffurri, Cristofano (fl.1576-1626) & Ligozzi, Jacopo (1547-1626); Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Tuscany

Background imageGems Collection: The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail

The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail, end of 8th century ( stones)
8620127 The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail, end of 8th century ( stones, cameos and coloured glasses) by Lombard School

Background imageGems Collection: The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail

The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail, end of 8th century ( stones)
8620128 The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail, end of 8th century ( stones, cameos and coloured glasses) by Lombard School

Background imageGems Collection: The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail

The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail, end of 8th century ( stones)
8620125 The Cross of Desiderius, adorned with stones, cameos and coloured glasses, detail, end of 8th century ( stones, cameos and coloured glasses) by Lombard School

Background imageGems 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 imageGems Collection: Sf 4 Gems 5

Sf 4 Gems 5
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageGems Collection: Sf 4 Gems 4

Sf 4 Gems 4
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageGems Collection: Sf 4 Gems 3

Sf 4 Gems 3
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageGems Collection: Sf 4 Gems 2

Sf 4 Gems 2
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageGems Collection: Sf 4 Gems 1

Sf 4 Gems 1
Bilge Paksoylu

Background imageGems Collection: Intaglio gem, hunting scene horseman attacking a lion, -200 BC (carnelian)

Intaglio gem, hunting scene horseman attacking a lion, -200 BC (carnelian)
7309977 Intaglio gem, hunting scene horseman attacking a lion, -200 BC (carnelian); 1.1 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK; (add.info.: Display: carnelian); © Ashmolean Museum

Background imageGems Collection: An engraving depicting women polishing gems for watches - American Watch Company, 19th century

An engraving depicting women polishing gems for watches - American Watch Company, 19th century
5311551 An engraving depicting women polishing gems for watches - American Watch Company, 19th century; (add.info.: Date: 1885); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageGems Collection: Order of the Lion and the Sun

Order of the Lion and the Sun
5304569 Order of the Lion and the Sun.; (add.info.: Order of the Lion and the Sun. Iran, Tehran Dated 1826-27. Fath Ali Shah created this order in 1810)

Background imageGems Collection: Order of the Lion and the Sun, 1826-27 (enamel)

Order of the Lion and the Sun, 1826-27 (enamel)
5304565 Order of the Lion and the Sun, 1826-27 (enamel); (add.info.: Order of the Lion and the Sun. Iran, Tehran Dated 1826-27)

Background imageGems Collection: The Monomakh's Cap

The Monomakh's Cap
5304564 The Monomakh's Cap.; (add.info.: Monomakh's Cap (also called the Shapka Zolotaya), is relic of the Russian Grand Princes and Tsars

Background imageGems Collection: The Coast at Trouville, c.1865-1900 (oil on fabric)

The Coast at Trouville, c.1865-1900 (oil on fabric)
XOS5877402 The Coast at Trouville, c.1865-1900 (oil on fabric) by Boudin, Eugene Louis (1824-98); 46.2x61.1 cm; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, USA; (add.info.: Painting by Eugene Boudin)

Background imageGems Collection: Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho)

Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho)
8630779 Page from The Bible Emblem Anniversary Book (colour litho) by Foster, William (1852-1924); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageGems Collection: Antique Sculpture from the death of Alexander the Great to Constantine, Coins and Gems (engraving)

Antique Sculpture from the death of Alexander the Great to Constantine, Coins and Gems (engraving)
8644790 Antique Sculpture from the death of Alexander the Great to Constantine, Coins and Gems (engraving) by European School

Background imageGems Collection: Antique Sculpture from the death of Alexander the Great to Constantine, Coins and Gems (engraving)

Antique Sculpture from the death of Alexander the Great to Constantine, Coins and Gems (engraving)
8644789 Antique Sculpture from the death of Alexander the Great to Constantine, Coins and Gems (engraving) by European School

Background imageGems Collection: A Temple in Amber (b/w photo)

A Temple in Amber (b/w photo)
8651415 A Temple in Amber (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Temple in Amber)

Background imageGems 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 imageGems Collection: Bringing Tribute to Rameses II, XIXth Dynasty (litho)

Bringing Tribute to Rameses II, XIXth Dynasty (litho)
8661083 Bringing Tribute to Rameses II, XIXth Dynasty (litho) by Skelton, Joseph Ratcliffe (1865-1927) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bringing Tribute to Rameses II, XIXth Dynasty)

Background imageGems Collection: Diamond polishing (engraving)

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

Background imageGems 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 imageGems Collection: Photocard, 1930s: Shwe Dagon Pagoda, Rangoon (coloured photo)

Photocard, 1930s: Shwe Dagon Pagoda, Rangoon (coloured photo)
8671668 Photocard, 1930s: Shwe Dagon Pagoda, Rangoon (coloured photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Shwe Dagon Pagoda, Rangoon)

Background imageGems 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 imageGems 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 imageGems Collection: Cross and letters with inlay of precious stones belonging to the Treasury of Torredonjimeno. 7th c

Cross and letters with inlay of precious stones belonging to the Treasury of Torredonjimeno. 7th c
CUL4934340 Cross and letters with inlay of precious stones belonging to the Treasury of Torredonjimeno. 7th c.; (add.info.: Visigothic art. Barcelona. Archaeology Museum of Catalonia.s JAEN)

Background imageGems Collection: An enamelled and gem set gold, eagle pendant, 18th century (gold)

An enamelled and gem set gold, eagle pendant, 18th century (gold)
3480632 An enamelled and gem set gold, eagle pendant, 18th century (gold); (add.info.: An enamelled and gem set gold, eagle pendant, Islamic possibly north African)

Background imageGems Collection: Imperial crown of Rudolf II of Baden Baden, illustration, 17th century

Imperial crown of Rudolf II of Baden Baden, illustration, 17th century
AIS5389767 Imperial crown of Rudolf II of Baden Baden, illustration, 17th century; National Library, Clementinum, Prague, Czech Republic; (add.info)

Background imageGems Collection: Sarcophagus of Charlemagne (742-814), Palatine Chapel of the Cathedral of Aachen, Germany

Sarcophagus of Charlemagne (742-814), Palatine Chapel of the Cathedral of Aachen, Germany, 1165-1215 (sculpture)
AIS5353302 Sarcophagus of Charlemagne (742-814), Palatine Chapel of the Cathedral of Aachen, Germany, 1165-1215 (sculpture); Aachen Cathedral, Aachen

Background imageGems Collection: Order of the Lion and the Sun

Order of the Lion and the Sun
5304567 Order of the Lion and the Sun.; (add.info.: Order of the Lion and the Sun. Iran, Tehran Dated 1826-27. Fath Ali Shah created this order in 1810)

Background imageGems Collection: Pendant decorated in cloisonne with a beast, 301-700 (gold, stone)

Pendant decorated in cloisonne with a beast, 301-700 (gold, stone)
7310016 Pendant decorated in cloisonne with a beast, 301-700 (gold, stone); 2.6 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, UK; (add.info.: Display: gold, stone, Material: gold)



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"Captivating Gems: A Glimpse into the World of Royal Jewels and Precious Stones" Queen Elizabeth II, adorned with glittering gems in her hair and at her throat, graces the Swedish palace with her regal presence. The Queen's Crown, a symbol of power and majesty, rests upon her head as she enters the grand hall. Royal crowns and sceptres, crafted meticulously with intricate designs and encrusted with precious gemstones, showcase the opulence of monarchs throughout history. Each jewel tells a story of wealth, heritage, and tradition. An aquamarine crystal catches the light effortlessly, its serene blue hue captivating all who lay eyes upon it. This gemstone holds within it a sense of tranquility that resonates deeply within one's soul. In a mesmerizing display of artistry, computer-generated diamond artwork dazzles with its brilliance. Every facet reflects pure radiance—a testament to human ingenuity merging with nature's beauty. Cut agates reveal their inner secrets through vibrant patterns and colors. These unique gemstones hold an enchanting allure that captivates collectors worldwide. Heraldic crests proudly adorn rings and brooches made from enamel and gold—an exquisite blend of craftsmanship fit for royalty. Each piece represents lineage, honor, and devotion to tradition. Emeralds—green varieties of Beryl—hold immense significance as important gems across cultures. Their striking green color owes itself to traces of chromium—a true marvel cherished by connoisseurs around the globe; even China recognizes their value. Moonstone gemstones shimmer like ethereal moonlight captured within earthly treasures. Their mystical aura evokes feelings of wonderment as they dance delicately under gentle illumination. The Limerick Mitre/Shaw Diamond Morning unveils an extraordinary sight—the fusion between diamonds' timeless elegance and morning dew's delicate sparkle creates an enchanting spectacle that leaves onlookers breathless.