Skip to main content
Framed Pictures, Canvas Prints
Posters & Jigsaws since 2004

Diamonds Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 297 pictures in our Diamonds collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Devonshire Tiara, c.1893-97 (diamond, silver & gold) Featured Print

Devonshire Tiara, c.1893-97 (diamond, silver & gold)

3060239 Devonshire Tiara, c.1893-97 (diamond, silver & gold) by Skinner, A.E. (fl.1897); Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; ( Made for Louise Duchess (1832-1911), the German-born wife of the 8th Duke of Devonshire, known as the Double Duchess'. She was a famous beauty in her youth and in later years a formidable leader of society and fashion, known particularly for the magnificent jewellery she wore. She married the 8th Duke in 1892 when she was sixty, having formerly been married to the Duke of Manchester, thus gaining her name The Double Duchess'.
To make it hundreds of diamonds were removed from the famous Devonshire Parure and from other heirlooms, including the 6th Duke's Garter star. These totalled 1,041 stones, to which Skinner added a further 840.); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; British, it is possible that some works by this artist may be protected by third party rights in some territories

© Copyright:

Coronation regalia jewels Featured Print

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. Edward's Sapphire (top left) in the state crown is said to have been in the Coronation ring of Edward the Confessor, the Star of Africe (top centre), is part of the Cullinan Diamond found in 1905 in the Premier mine in Pretoria - the largest piece of which is in the royal sceptre. The Black Prince's Ruby (top right) in the State Crown once belonged to the King of Granada in the 14th century and the Stuart Sapphire (centre bottom) probably belonged to King Charles II. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Gold enamelled brooch, presented to Florence Nightingale Featured Print

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), manufactured by R and S Garrard and Co, 1855. Associated with the Crimean War (1854-1856). Sometimes referred to as the ?Nightingale Jewel?, this brooch, the design of which was supervised by Prince Albert, is engraved verso with a dedication from Queen Victoria, ?To Miss Florence Nightingale, as a mark of esteem and gratitude for her devotion towards the Queen?s brave soldiers, from Victoria R. 1855?. The brooch was not intended to serve merely as a piece of jewellery, but rather, in the absence of a medal or established decoration suitable for presentation to such a female civilian, it stood as a badge of royal appreciation. Date: 1855

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library