One of the things that Royals are best known for is their sumptuous and refined style. From their classic outfits to priceless pieces, each choice has a unique background story and a particular significance. The ultimate piece for every royal family member is their crowns or tiaras, but that is not all of it. The royal jewelry collection also has many sophisticated accessories. What makes royal jewelry so special is precious gemstones, and pieces that are part of royal heirloom have been passed down through generations. So, their jewelry is an inseparable part of royal fashion. Let’s check out our famous royal jewelry picks to get inspiration from!

Queen Elizabeth’s Aquamarine Necklace 

We will start with one and only Queen Elizabeth. Her aquamarine parure holds great importance, and she has worn it many times on many important occasions. Parure started with a necklace and a pair of earrings, then the tiara came. Later on, the Queen also added a bracelet and a brooch to the parure. In 1953, the president of Brazil gifted the gorgeous diamond and aquamarine jewelry to the Queen, after her coronation. Aquamarine jewelry will be a perfect choice for fancy celebrations or luxurious parties. Check out our premium style necklaces to choose your ultimate aquamarine piece. 

Princess Diana & Kate Middleton’s Sapphire Engagement Ring

Our next royal jewelry piece is an exceptional one. It has been worn by not one but two princesses that are loved by people all around the world. Princess Diana’s sapphire engagement ring can be one of the most well-known engagement rings in history. It is now Kate Middleton’s engagement ring. Sapphire, as a precious gemstone, was the favorite stone of Queen Victoria. Many other royals, for instance Queen Victoria, also loved sapphire. Princess Diana chose this ring because it reminded her mother’s engagement ring, and also it matched her piercing blue eyes. So if your future fiance also has blue eyes, a sapphire engagement ring would be the right choice. 

Grace Kelly’s Engagement Ring 

Grace Kelly, the Oscar-winning actress, married Prince Rainier III of Monaco in 1956 after meeting with him in the spring of 1955 at the Cannes Film Festival. Kelly had not one but two engagement rings. The prince proposed with an eternity band with rubies and diamonds in the first place. Then Grace Kelly’s character in her new movie needed to wear an eye-catching ring. So instead of an imitation one, Prince Rainier got her the famous diamond ring. The ring has a 10.48-carat emerald-cut diamond, with two side stones. The ring is the perfect reflection of the timeless beauty of Grace Kelly. Explore our big stone-style engagement rings to find the match for your eternal love. 

Queen Letizia’s Earrings 

Queen Letizia of Spain is one of the most elegant and fashionable royal women in Europe. She especially became popular with the earrings and bracelets that she wore during their royal visits and celebrations. Spain has an exquisite group of jewels in their royal collection called the Joyas de Pasar. The royal collection is specifically designed for Spain’s queens. We chose this sparkly diamond earring to get style inspiration from. This type of statement piece earring is all you need for any special occasion. With just one touch, you can be the star in any room. 

Meghan Markle’s Engagement Ring

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are easily one of the most popular couples in the world. From their engagement announcement to the glorious royal wedding ceremony, the couple was all the rage at some point. Meghan Markle’s engagement ring is as outstanding as their love story. Not only because of its high valued gemstones but because of its sentimental meaning. The cushion-cut center diamond is from Botswana, where they began dating, and the accent stones are from Princess Diana’s personal vault.

Queen Maxima’s Necklace

Lastly, we have another royal jewelry set and a stand-out necklace. Queen Máxima of the Netherlands is from Argentina, and she married Prince Willem Alexander in 2002. Later on, in 2013, they became the king and the queen of the Netherlands. Queen Máxima wore a glamorous ruby necklace to a royal dinner with the President of Germany. The necklace is a part of ruby and diamond parure that belonged to Queen Wilhelmina. The necklace was not seen for about half a century until Queen Máxima wore it. You can combine, just like Queen Máxima, a fiery ruby necklace with a red dress for a harmonious look. 

We hope you enjoyed reading all about royal jewelry, and you will integrate some of the precious pieces into your style!

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