14 December 2018

This Week in Nobel Gala Jewels: December 7-13

December 7-13, 2018

There was so much sparkling splendor at this week's Nobel Prize gala festivities, they needed their own separate review! Don't forget to vote for your favorites in the poll below!

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10. and 9. For the Nobel Peace Prize banquet on Monday in Oslo, Queen Sonja chose a statement necklace with coordinating earrings, while Crown Princess Mette-Marit wore sparkling diamonds on her wrist.

This Week in Royal Jewels: December 6-13

December 6-13, 2018

We've got a bonus day of royal jewels in this week's review, and it's a whopper! (And that doesn't include the Nobel gala jewels, which will appear later in yet another review!) Don't forget to vote for your favorites in the poll below!

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25. Princess Beatrice of York wore a playful necklace with a bee pendant charm at the New York Public Library on Monday for the Berggruen Prize Gala.

13 December 2018

The Daily Diadem: The Coburg Turquoise Tiara

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Hereditary Princess Kelly of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha wears the family's diamond and turquoise tiara at the wedding of Princess Madeleine of Sweden, June 2013; read more on the tiara here!

Royal Peacock Jewels

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The gorgeous feathers of the peacock have provided design inspirations for artists for generations, including the makers of royal jewelry. Today, here's a look at a trio of peacock-inspired jewels.

12 December 2018

The Daily Diadem: The Turquoise Daisy Bandeau


Queen Margrethe II of Denmark wears the Turquoise Daisy Bandeau during a state dinner for the President of China in Copenhagen, June 2012; read more about the tiara here!