24 February 2017

This Week in Royal Jewels: February 17-23


February 17-23, 2017

It's another blockbuster week for royal jewels! After you've made tough decisions about your favorites, be sure to vote in the poll below!


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10. Queen Letizia of Spain borrowed a pair of pale-pink earrings from Queen Sofia to welcome the President and First Lady of Argentina to Madrid on Wednesday. (More over here!)



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9. After Friday's Te Deum service in memory of the deceased members of Belgium's royal family, Queen Mathilde posed with local children while wearing pearl earrings and a modern brooch.


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8. Queen Letizia wore a lovely pair of long pearl drop earrings on Thursday for the opening of ARCO 2017 in Madrid. These were also previously worn by Queen Sofia; in fact, Infanta Elena wore them at her wedding.


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7. The Duchess of Cornwall wore her diamond and sapphire dragonfly brooches for a reception to launch The Great Get Together at Clarence House on Wednesday.


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6. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands glittered in a passel of jewels, including earrings from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, for the opening of the "Royal Paradise" exhibition in Dortrecht on Saturday. (More photos over here!)


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5. For a reception for female permanent secretaries on Tuesday, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom wore an heirloom of the crown: the Albert Brooch.


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4. At Tuesday's Canadian state banquet, Queen Silvia of Sweden wore Queen Sofia's Tiara with several pieces of diamond jewelry from the family collection. (More photos here!)


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3. Princess Madeleine of Sweden selected the Aquamarine Kokoshnik for the state banquet. (More over here!)


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2. And Princess Sofia made yet another tiara debut at the banquet, wearing the Napoleonic Amethyst Parure Tiara. (More over here!)


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1. Really, was there any other choice? (Much, much more over here!)