The Prince Albert Sapphire Brooch is among the wealthiest pieces in Queen Elizabeth's Collection. It was originally given to her by the Queen Mother; and the Queen Mother received it from Queen Victoria.
Queen Victoria’s Wedding Brooch ~ 1840 ~ Sapphire, diamonds and gold The day before her wedding, Queen Victoria recorded the gift from ‘dearest Albert’ of ‘a splendid brooch, a large sapphire set round with diamonds.
Star of the Order of the Garter. The Queen presented Prince Albert with a spectacular set of Garter insignia on 8 February, two days before their wedding. The star was probably first made for George IV
Queen Victoria’s Sapphire and Diamond Crown – Now is a part of the collection of the Lascelles family. It was one of four tiaras that Prince Albert had created for Queen Victoria. In 1922 George V gave the coronet to Princess Mary as a wedding gift.
A Look at Royal Tiaras — Who doesn’t want to wear one?!
royals-and-quotes: British Royal Jewels - Queen Victoria’s Emerald and Diamond Tiara Designed by Prince Albert (Queen Victoria’s husband) in the Gothic Revival style. It was made of emeralds and diamonds set in gold by Joseph Kitching in 1845 at cost of
Queen Victoria's bracelet, composed of gold, porcelain, elastic and transfer printed photograph. This bracelet was worn constantly worn by Queen Victoria. This was one of a group of jewels placed in the ‘Albert Room’ at Windsor Castle after the Queen's death in 1901. This was the room in which Prince Albert had died in 1861 and the Queen left instructions for a specific list of personal jewellery to be placed there and not passed on in the family. #Victorian
The Oriental Made of diamonds, rubies, gold. Made for Queen Victoria. The inspiration for the design, which includes ‘Moghul’ arches framing lotus flowers, came from Prince Albert who had been greatly impressed by the Indian jewels presented to the Queen.