It turns out to be the Ladies of North Wales Brooch, given to the future Queen Alexandra and later inherited by the late Queen Mother. Several sharp fans of royal jewelry sniffed out the tantalizing photos and details on the GREMB.
The City of London Lily Brooch This brooch, in the form of a lily and grasses, was presented to the Queen by the City of London when she was given the Freedom of the City in just the third woman to receive the honour.
Queen Elizabeth II's garnet parure, gift from the Czech Republic. In 1996, during her State visit to the Czech Republic, Queen Elizabeth II received as gift from the Municipality of Brno a very nice garnet and gold parure, comprising a necklace, a bracelet, a brooch and a pair of earrings. Unfortunately, the Queen has never worn this parure publicly. She has only worn the brooch once, for a divine service at Sandringham on 1st January, 2006.
The ruby necklace's was received by the Duchess of Cornwall received it as a private giftfrom a member of the ruling Royal Family when she and Charles spent two days touring Saudi Arabia. Its value, we can reveal, is
Botswana flower brooch, This gold & diamond brooch was presented to The Queen by the President of Botswana at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Kampala in It is in the form of a spray of sorgum or millet, the main crop of Botswana.