In today’s post were going to look at some stunning British Royal Jewels, that have inspired us in our jewellery designs Princess Marina Bow Diamond Brooch Princess Marina’s beautiful diamond brooch is designed in a classic bow style and set with a mixture of round shaped, pear shaped and oval shaped diamonds. The diamond at the centre of the bow is a stunning 3.5 carat oval shaped diamond which is beautifully accented by pear-shaped diamonds and two rows of small round old mine cut diamonds. Although the brooch is made in white gold, it has also been black rhodium coated. In total the old mine cut and pear shaped diamonds weight 38.00 carats and the rose-cut and smaller old mine cut diamonds weigh 64.25 carats – making the total carat weight a whopping 105.75 carats. The brooch was made in the 1850s and was last auctioned for $842,500. Cambridge Sapphire Parure This stunning Sapphire tiara was created in the 19th century, and set with the beautiful cushion cut deep blue Cambridge Sapphires belonging to Queen Mary. The Sapphires are set in yellow gold on the tiara, which is also set with round cut diamonds. The Argyll Daisy Brooch The three brooches from the collection of Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll consist of two smaller and one large diamond set daisy shapes. The three brooches are made in white gold and delicately encrusted with diamonds. Louise received the gifts on her wedding day and wore them in her hair. The current owner of the brooches is the wife of Prince Michael of Kent, who modified the smaller brooches to be worn as diamond earrings, but keeping the larger one as a brooch. Princess Michael’s Flower Brooch This stunning brooch is a beautiful flower design and features a diamond cluster in the centre, amethyst petal shapes and five pearls between the petals.