The Most Valuable Royal Jewelry in the World

1. Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara: Royal weddings have always been a big deal in Britain and other territories.

2. Queen Mary’s Lover’s Knot Tiara: The Lover’s Knot Tiara has gained more attention in recent years as Kate.

3. The Four-Row Pearl Choker: Queen Elizabeth II has always been partial to the odd pearl or two.

4. Queen Mary’s Diamond Bandeau: Like any bride marrying into the Royal Family, Meghan Markle had to borrow a tiara.

5. The Boucheron Honeycomb Tiara: The younger generation of royals tend not to go for over the top.

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6. “Granny’s Chips” Brooch: $50 million is a huge value to place on anything, let alone a piece of jewelry.

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7. Queen Alexandra’s Wedding Necklace: Prince Albert thought long and hard about what to give his bride Princess Alexandra.

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8. The Queen Mary Fringe Tiara: The Queen Mary Fringe Tiara has such a wonderful and rich history.

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9. The Duchess of Cornwall’s Pink Topaz Choker: Gorgeous stones like pink topaz are the epitome of luxury.

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10. Kate Middleton’s Acorn & Oak Leaf Wedding Earrings: Kate Middleton’s parents obviously put a lot of thought.

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11. Camilla’s Amethyst Heart: Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, has been spotted wearing the Queen Mother’s neckless.

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12. The Eleven-Strand Pearl Choker: Princess Diana loved to wear chokers, especially pearl ones.

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13. The Prince Albert Brooch: Queen Victoria may be remembered as a particularly stern and stoic queen.

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