The Queen’s Jewelry: The Queen’s Most Expensive Jewelery Worth Over $ 130 Million
A prestigious jeweler has revealed the estimated value of one of the Queen elizabeth iithe most precious objects and the only royal who had the honor to wear it – Kate Middleton.
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âIt is by far one of the most precious jewels of the British royal family,â Stone began.
“The necklace was a wedding gift to Princess Elizabeth of Nizam of Hyderabad, who was known at the time as one of the richest people in the world.”
Made by Cartier in 1935, the necklace was hand-selected by the monarch herself, after the Nizam requested that the Queen (then Princess Elizabeth) be allowed by Cartier to choose whatever she desired.
“[It] is extremely complex, with over 50 diamonds nestled in an abstract floral pattern, âsays Stone.
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The necklace also includes a range of paved diamond stones, 13 emerald cut stones and 38 other brilliant cut stones.
The double drop pendant is also detachable.
The one-of-a-kind piece is quite worth the money, says Stone.
“This unique necklace is estimated to be worth around Â£ 65million ($ 121,000,000) to Â£ 70million ($ 130,300,000), making it one of the most valuable Royal Family coins we have. views.”
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Considering its impressive value, the monarch has been very careful about who she allows to wear it.
And so far, only the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has been honored.
In 2014, the Duchess adorned the beautiful piece at the National Portrait Gallery’s annual portrait gala.
The Duchess paired the piece in a gorgeous navy Jenny Packham dress and wore her hair up in the air – though the ‘do nothing to remove the gorgeous necklace around her neck.
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The most expensive jewelry worn by the British royal family