Queen Mary's Cluster Earrings - For her fifty-ninth birthday, on 26 May 1926, King George V presented Queen Mary with these earrings - large oval rubies each set in a cluster of nine brilliant-cut diamonds. Later that year, the Queen officially added them to the other pieces of ruby jewellery left to the Crown by Queen Victoria and King Edward VII.
PLATINUM, GOLD, SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND PENDANT-NECKLACE The kite-shaped pendant of openwork design, centering a pear-shaped sapphire weighing approximately 4.25 carats, accented by numerous round and square calibré-cut sapphires, further set with rose, old European and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately .75 carat, length 16 inches, one sapphire missing; circa 1900.
Marie Bonaparte wearing a star tiara with her daughter Princess Eugenie of Greece wearing a magnificent sapphire & diamond necklace
Diamond Is A Girl Best Friend | Moonstone and diamond bangle