Kate Middleton Rewears Royal Wedding Earrings For Historic Garter Service

Hurrah!  We haven't seen these Robinson Pelham acorn earrings since 2011's royal wedding! On this rainy Monday, the Great and the Good gathered at Windsor Castle for the Order of the Garter service, the oldest and most senior Order of Chivalry in Britain, according to the monarchy's website. (more…)

Princess Margaret: The Court Jeweller Highlights Her Most Captivating Jewelry

Princess Margaret was Queen Elizabeth's younger sister and the second daughter of King George VI. Her Royal Highness' presence was arguably as commanding  (and intimidating) as Her Majesty's. Margaret's life was filled with flash and excitement, and she ran with a very trendy set of people.  The stories of her jewelry are almost as interesting as the ...

Kate Middleton to Royal Gift Shop: Don’t Sell Replicas of My Ring

By Sunday, January 3, 2016 0 , Permalink

i-Images I'll admit to buying a knock-off of THE engagement ring. The one with the 12-carat Ceylon sapphire, surrounded by 14 solitaire diamonds set in 18-carat white gold. The late Princess of Wales selected the ring - made by Garrard - from a tray of jewels when Prince Charles proposed in 1981. Embed from Getty Images   The Wales boys kept ...

Kate Attends Her First State Dinner Wearing The Lotus Flower Tiara

By Tuesday, October 20, 2015 0 , Permalink

Dominic Lipinski/WPA-Pool With every state visit made to the UK, a white tie banquet is part of the itinerary.  As the final touches are put on everything from the distance between plates to the color of each floral bouquet, Her Majesty comes in to approve the staff's work before putting on her jewelry and welcoming her ...

Queen Elizabeth Breaks Out The Good Jewels For German State Dinner

By Wednesday, June 24, 2015 0 , Permalink

Splash News Tonight, the Queen attended a state dinner at the 18th century  Bellevue Palace, German President Joachim Gauk's official residence.  Her Majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh are undertaking a four-day official visit to the country where their ancestors hail from; up until 1918 the House of Windsor was part of the House of ...