When Queen Elizabeth II was married in 1947, her father, King George VI, gifted her with the George VI Victorian Suite, a jewelry set consisting of a magnificent necklace and earrings composed of blue sapphires surrounded by diamonds. In 1963, the Queen commissioned a tiara and bracelet to match, which equaled in grandeur the decadent design of the set and the quality of the gemstones. The tiara is reportedly made from a necklace that originally belonged to Princess Louise of Belgium. Perhaps Elizabeth will bequeath her beautiful parure to the new princess, since she would be the next potential queen.
Queen Elizabeth II received a beautiful necklace and earrings set in 1947 from her father, King George VI, in honor of her marriage. The George Victorian Suite consisted of a sapphire and diamond necklace and matching sapphire and diamond earrings. In 1963, Queen Elizabeth commissioned a tiara and bracelet to match the already phenomenally regal set.