Prince Philip has given the Queen a fabulous wedding gift

Prince Philip is very fond of the design. A talented oil painter, he helped restore the Windsor Castle in 1992 when it was destroyed by fire, creating a stunning glass window for the private chapel. It is amazing that he used his talents in 1947 before his marriage to Princess Elizabeth. The Duke presented his bride with a magnificent diamond bracelet, which has very personal sentimental value. It is called ‘The Queen’s Wedding Bracelet’ and is one of the most valuable jewelry in the fame collection.

The diamonds used in the bracelet come from a delicate tiara owned by Philip's mother, Princess of Batesburg. He gave his son some jewelry for his fiance ;e; Tiara's diamonds are in Elizabeth's magnificent engagement ring - three small diamonds on each side of a three-carat diamond solitaire. The Duke used the rest of the jewelry to create an art deco-style bracelet for his bride, which was made by London jeweler Philip Antrobus and presented to the princess on her wedding day.

The Queen wore her wedding bracelets on many occasions

Other gifts received by the bride include diamonds and sapphires, a 19th-century necklace given to her father, King George VI, and diamonds and ruby ​​necklaces from her mother, Queen Elizabeth. The pair paired the Cartier Diamond and Platinum earrings.

The wedding gift bracelet is a favorite of the queen, and the couple has been photographed wearing it for several decades, including her official Diamond Jubilee portrait.

Duchess Kate wears a Chinese State Banquet (in her left hand) bracelet

Interestingly, the Emperor first gave his precious bracelet to the Duchess of Cambridge, who wore it in the China State Banquet in 2015. Since then she has been seen wearing it at the 2016 Diplomatic Reception and the 2017 Bata Awards.

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