See Inside the Jewelry Boxes of Europe's Royal Families
We can't help but reflect on the sophisticated style Europe's reigning families persistently radiate. Even the little, everyday things seem special when the backdrop is a palace: It's difficult not to indulge in the precise ways royals make their beds or the foods Queen Elizabeth refuses to eat.
Now, you can also get your fill with a peek inside the royal jewelry boxes. British jewelry company George Pragnell has created an infographic that features detailed illustrations and explanations of jaw-dropping gems from six of Europe's royal families.
While Kate Middleton's engagement ring is iconic (it was once Princess Diana's), the many other pieces in royal collections are also stunning. Take, for example, Sweden's 19th-century amethyst necklace, which can be disassembled into two bracelets. Or, consider Spain's Prussian tiara, which was created in 1913 and was famously worn by Queens Sofia and Letizia at their weddings. A word of warning: The information below may induce high levels of awe and envy. Take a look:
George IV State DiademEmbed from Getty Images
Prince William and Duchess Kate's engagement ring
St Edward's crown
Queen Letizia's engagement ring
La Corona RealEmbed from Getty Images
The Crown Princess Victoria's ringEmbed from Getty Images
Napoleonic Amethyst Parure
Crown of Eric XIV
The Stuart Tiara
Queen Maxima's engagement ring
Crown of the Netherlands
Empress Joséphine's Emerald Tiara
Crown Princess Mette-Marit's Ring
The King's Crown
Danish Emerald Parure Tiara and Emerald Necklace
Christian IV's Crown
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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