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Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 371 pictures in our Jewels collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Royal crowns and sceptre Featured Print

Royal crowns and sceptre

Symbols of imperial Majesty: St Edward's Crown, with 444 precious stones, remains one of the senior Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, being the official coronation crown. Imperial State Crown, symbolises the sovereignty of the monarch, there have been several versions since the 15th century, similar to that of St Edward's Crown, but shorter and encrusted with jewels, precious gems, diamonds, pearls, sapphires, emeralds and rubies. State Crown of Queen Mary Consort of King George V of England. Imperial Crown of India, was the crown of three British sovereigns as Emperors of India during the final decades of the Indian Empire. Date: 1935

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Coronation regalia jewels Featured Print

Coronation regalia jewels

Page from The Sketch depicting some of the famous and priceless jewels forming the Coronation regalia of King George VI in 1937. St. Edward's Sapphire (top left) in the state crown is said to have been in the Coronation ring of Edward the Confessor, the Star of Africe (top centre), is part of the Cullinan Diamond found in 1905 in the Premier mine in Pretoria - the largest piece of which is in the royal sceptre. The Black Prince's Ruby (top right) in the State Crown once belonged to the King of Granada in the 14th century and the Stuart Sapphire (centre bottom) probably belonged to King Charles II. Date: 1937

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Queen Elizabeth II in her Coronation gown Featured Print

Queen Elizabeth II in her Coronation gown

A photograph taken at the special request of the Queen in order to showcase the workmanship of the gown, the work of Norman Hartnell. It is white satin, with a fitted bodice and neck-line cut square over the shoulders before curving into a heart shape. The gown features golden crystals, graduated diamonds and pearls, as well as representations of the Leek of Wales, Thistle of Scotland, Shamrock of Ireland and Tudor Rose of England.
1953

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans