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"Jewellery: A Timeless Expression of Royalty, Beauty

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Jewellery Collection: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, c1953
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Jewellery Collection: Daily Sketch Coronation Number 1953 Queen Elizabeth II
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Jewellery Collection: Judy Garland with her husband Sydney Luft at the Savoy Hotel in London
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Jewellery Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh, 1954
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Jewellery Collection: Girl with a Pearl Earring, c. 1665-6 (oil on canvas)
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Jewellery Collection: Jewish Refugee, Vienna, by David Jagger, 1938
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Jewellery Collection: Elizabeth I, Queen of England and Ireland, c1588. Artist: George Gower
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Jewellery Collection: Queen Rock Group - Freddie Mercury in concert at St James Park in Newcastle. 1986
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Jewellery Collection: Mae West in Leo McCareys Belle of the Nineties (1934)
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Jewellery Collection: Moorish Belly Dancer - Algeria
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Jewellery Collection: Traditional Cambodian apsara dancer, temples of Angkor Wat, UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Jewellery Collection: Queen Mary of Teck
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Jewellery Collection: Tetisheri, Ancient Egyptian queen of the 17th dynasty, 16th century BC (1926)
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Jewellery Collection: Portrait - Mary, Queen of Scots, c16th century, (1904). Artists: Unknown, Janet
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Jewellery Collection: HM Queen Mary (of Teck) - Queen of King George V
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Jewellery Collection: Sutton Hoo treasure
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Jewellery Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh, 1954
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Jewellery Collection: HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace, 12th March 1953
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Jewellery Collection: Tilda Swinton in Derek Jarmans Wittgenstein (1993)
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Jewellery Collection: Portrait of a Young Woman (La Muta), ca 1507. Creator: Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino)
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Jewellery Collection: Madame Sarah Bernhardt as Theodora - photograph by Downey
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Jewellery Collection: Jeweller A. Calderoni (A. Calderoni Gioielliere), Milano, 1898
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Jewellery Collection: Empress Theodora. Basilica of Saint Vitale. Italy
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Jewellery Collection: Zuni Indian jewellery
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Jewellery Collection: Queen Elizabeth I, 16th century (1905)
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Jewellery Collection: Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral, 28th September 1952. Artist: Lisa Sheridan
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Jewellery Collection: Elizabeth Taylor, English-American actress, c1950s(?). Artist: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
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Jewellery Collection: Portrait of Cecilia Gallerani, Lady with an Ermine, c1490. Artist: Leonardo da Vinci
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Jewellery Collection: Roman gemstone K910213
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Jewellery Collection: Gabrielle d Estrees and one of her sisters, duchesse de Villars
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Jewellery Collection: Statue of the Hindu goddess Durga, Goverdan, Uttar Pradesh, India, Asia
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Jewellery Collection: DOG. Welsh corgi wearing crown and pearls
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Jewellery Collection: Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan, Duchess of Marlborough
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Jewellery Collection: Portrait of two dancers in traditional Thai classical dance costume
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Jewellery Collection: Silver necklace worn by women of old tribes in Sind
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Jewellery Collection: Portrait of a traditional Cambodian apsara dancer, temples of Angkor Wat
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Jewellery Collection: Indonesian Dancers
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Jewellery Collection: Portrait of Battista Sforza (From the Paired portraits of Federico da Montefeltro and his wife)
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Jewellery Collection: Three Cartier platinum and diamond bracelets
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Jewellery Collection: Masai warrior, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya, East Africa, Africa
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Jewellery Collection: Norwegian Types (5 / 5) - Young Norwegian wife
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Jewellery Collection: Algeria - Woman smoking a nargile pipe
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Jewellery Collection: Close up of traditional metal jewellery in handicraft shop
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Jewellery Collection: Pectoral decorated with winged scarab, protected by the goddesses Isis and Nephthys
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Jewellery Collection: Pectoral of the sacred eye flanked by the serpent goddess of the North
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Jewellery Collection: Women in traditional Tibetan dress, Yushu, Qinghai Province, China, Asia
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Jewellery Collection: David Wright woman in black and pink
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Jewellery Collection: Indonesian Dancer


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"Jewellery: A Timeless Expression of Royalty, Beauty, and Culture" From the regal adornments worn by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during her coronation in 1953 to the captivating pearl earring immortalized in Vermeer's masterpiece, it has always held a special place in history. Intricately crafted pieces like the Sutton Hoo treasure evoke tales of ancient civilizations and their opulent lifestyles. These treasures provide glimpses into the artistic prowess and wealth that once graced our world. Throughout time, it has been more than just an accessory; it tells stories of love, power, and resilience. The Jewish Refugee from Vienna depicted by David Jagger in 1938 symbolizes both tragedy and hope as it represents a community displaced but still holding onto their heritage through cherished heirlooms. Even iconic figures like Queen Elizabeth I showcased their status through extravagant jewels that reflected their reigns. George Gower's portrait captures her majesty's strength and grandeur while highlighting the exquisite craftsmanship of her embellishments. Beyond royalty, it also celebrates diverse cultures worldwide. From the mesmerizing Moorish Belly Dancer adorned with ornate accessories to traditional Cambodian apsara dancers wearing intricate headpieces at Angkor Wat temples – each piece reflects unique traditions passed down through generations. Not limited to historical contexts alone, jewellery continues to captivate modern audiences. Mae West exudes glamour in Leo McCarey's Belle of the Nineties (1934), where statement necklaces become symbols of allure and sophistication. Whether it be a crown adorning Queen Mary of Teck or Queen Elizabeth II elegantly donning pearls at Balmoral Castle - these images remind us how jewellery transcends time and remains an enduring symbol of beauty and prestige throughout history. So next time you admire a dazzling gem or delicate trinket on display, remember that behind every piece lies a rich tapestry woven with stories of royalty, culture, and the human spirit.