Queen Victoria's miniature crown measures just 3.5" across by 4" high, but contains an astonishing 1,200 diamonds.  Made by Garrard, designed to be worn over the veil Victoria adopted following the death of Prince Albert.

Queen Victoria’s famous miniature crown, containing diamonds - fleur-de-lis incorporated

Miniature commissioned by Prince Albert and presented to Queen Victoria, 1840;  This bracelet originally had another three lockets on it. This remaining miniature and photograph formed part 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 not passed on in the family.

Prince Albert's wedding gift to Queen Victoria: a miniature portrait of himself with a tiny portrait of the Queen on a bracelet, 1840

albert brooch - a gift from Prince Albert to Queen Victoria on their wedding day. Albert designed the sapphire brooch himself.

Sapphire and diamond brooch given to Queen Victoria by Prince Albert the day before their wedding, Queen Elizabeth occasionally wears it. [The Royal Collection Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II]

One of Queen Victoria's tiaras made with white diamonds and cabochon emeralds. It was designed by her husband Prince Albert. What a man!

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 mourning ring

Mourning ring showing a photograph of Prince Albert. This ring was commissioned and worn by Queen Victoria. Note their interlocking initials.

An important tiara, designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria, who is seen wearing it in the painting by Winterhalter of 1842. She wore this delicate jewel on her first public appearance after Albert's death, recording the event in her diary. It is set with diamonds and sapphires. Private Collection.

(A tiara) Designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria, this tiara is set with sapphires & diamonds and can be seen in the 1842 portrait of the Queen by Winterhalter.

Prince Albert's Sapphire Brooch, also known as Queen Victoria's Wedding Brooch. Prince Albert presented this large oblong sapphire set in gold and surrounded by 12 round diamonds to Queen Victoria on February 9, 1840 - the day before their wedding. She duly wore her present from "dearest Albert" on their wedding day and frequently afterwards, up until Albert's death.

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

British Royal Jewels: The Oriental Circlet Tiara - 1853. Garrard's designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria.

Queen Victoria’s Oriental Circlet Tiara. designed by Prince Albert. After Albert was originally set with opals. died After Albert died Victoria never wore jewelry with colored stones again. Queen Alexandra replaced the opal with rubies.

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, who in turn, was given it by Queen Victoria. #AntiqueJewelry #RoyalJewels

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.

Diamond and sapphire tiara designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria.   On loan to the V from the Earl and Countess of Harewood.

Diamond and sapphire tiara designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria. On loan from the Earl and Countess of Harewood. The Earl is Queen Victoria's great great great-grandson.

With wealth beyond most people's wildest imaginations, the royalty are lucky to own some of the world's most beautiful jewelry and head wear, including stunning tiaras. These are the 10 greatest sapphire and diamond tiaras of all time.

The 10 Most Incredible Sapphire Tiaras of All Time

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.

The Royal Collection: Portrait photograph of The Prince of Wales, Duke of Clarence and The Duke of Connaugh, 1886

Group full-length portrait photograph of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales; Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught all.

Star of the Order of the Bath, c. 1840-1, 92mm x 87mm, by Kitching & Abud, made for Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria.

Order of the Bath (military) - Knight Grand Cross Star belonged to Prince Albert (Kitching & Abud, c.

This tiara was commissioned by Prince Albert II of Monaco as a wedding gift for his bride, Princess Charlene. This tiara is convertible — the round elements pop out of the frame, making possible to wear as a necklace. The design features over 1,200 gemstones of diamonds and sapphires, weighing over 70 carats.

This tiara was commissioned by Prince Albert II of Monaco as a wedding gift for his bride, Princess Charlene. This tiara is convertible — the round elements pop out of the frame, making possible to wear as a necklace. The design features over 1,200 gemstones of diamonds and sapphires, weighing over 70 carats.

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