Jacqueline Kennedy Braided Leather Strap Watch with Crystals — QVC.com
Jacqueline Kennedy Goldtone Bracelet Watch
For Jackie’s 13th birthday in 1942, her mother gifted her own Chopard watch to her. Though she loved the heirloom piece, Jackie always wanted a “new” one of her own. In June 1971 Jackie was traveling in the Bordeaux region of France and bought this watch for herself. She especially loved the unusual woven leather strap. This was a men’s watch, yet she liked the ease of reading big numbers. Large watches on women were not in style at the time — Jackie is credited with starting the trend.
Made to coordinate with Jackie's Berry Pin, the Royal Color Egg Bracelet was a gift to Jackie from Aristotle Onnasis for Easter of 1969. The presentation of this grand present, was simple and unpretentious. Laid across the breakfast tray with a simple note, no box, stating "Happy Easter". The original cost was $49,000 in 1969 and contained flawless diamonds, rubies, amethysts, and sapphires. It was sold at the Sotheby’s auction in 1996 for $126,750.
A gift from JFK, Jackie's gold art-deco style bracelet had 17 sapphires and 112 diamonds. She wore this bracelet at the White House while dancing with Serge Obolensky. Mr. Obolensky was a Russian aristocrat who married Czar Alexander II's daughter, and he fought as a guerilla against the Bolshevik revolutionaries in 1917.
Silver and Sapphire Jaqueline Kennedy Collection
This ruby and diamond Celtic cross was one of many crosses that Jackie had in her collection.
Jacqueline Kennedy Simulated Ruby Swirl Bracelet
Jackie Kennedy Green cubic zirconia dangle earrings.
While on board a mega yacht in the Mediterranean waters off Greece in 1969, a $312,000 bracelet was presented upon Jacqueline Kennedy Onasis 'breakfast tray with a note card that simply read "Happy Easter". You can get a replica... From the Jackie Kennedy jewelry collection.