22 September 2017

This Week in Royal Jewels: September 15-21


September 15-21, 2017

We've got lots of intriguing pieces in this week's jewel roundup. Don't forget to vote for your favorites in the poll below!


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10. Princess Beatrice of York wore delicate bracelets for WE Day UN at Madison Square Garden in New York on Wednesday. (See more royals at the UN this week on Instagram!)


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9. For a visit to a school in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on Tuesday, Queen Letizia of Spain chose her Carolina Herrera "Falling Jasmine" earrings.


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8. Queen Maxima of the Netherlands made a statement at the ballet on Friday in a bold necklace and silver-toned hoop earrings. (See more over here!)


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7. For Tuesday's Prinsjesdag celebrations, Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands wore colorful jewels, including a cabochon gemstone bracelet. (More Prinsjesdag jewels over here!)


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6. Princess Laurentien's Prinsjesdag jewels included bold statement earrings set with blue gems and a round brooch. (More over here!)


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5. For the unveiling of her birthday gift at the Norwegian parliament on Monday, Queen Sonja wore pearl and diamond earrings with layered necklaces.


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4. After Tuesday's Prinsjesdag festivities, Queen Maxima jetted to New York, where she wore earrings from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen for a UN awards ceremony. (See more royal UN jewels on Instagram!)


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3. The Duchess of Cornwall wore pearl and diamond earrings, one of her pearl and diamond choker necklaces, and an RAF pin for a service at Westminster Abbey on Sunday commemorating the anniversary of the Battle of Britain.


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2. Queen Maxima was absolutely smashing for Prinsjesdag in diamonds and aquamarines from the royal vaults, including the glittering diamond trellis necklace and Queen Juliana's aquamarine brooch pendant. (More over here!)


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1. Perhaps the placement could have been a bit more successful, but on a week when a major heirloom tiara, the Prussian Meander Kokoshnik, gets an outing, what else could earn my top vote? (See more pictures and read about its history over here!)