The beautiful collection of Argyle Pink Diamonds has arrived at Kensington Palace to be displayed for London to see in an exhibition called ‘Out of the Vault: Pink Diamonds & Royalty’. The rare collection of jewellery is worth over $60 million & was inspired by Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee.
The first pink piece of pink diamond jewellery seen worn by Queen Elizabeth II was a flower spray brooch, containing a solitaire pink diamond set in the centre. This brooch was named ‘The Williamson Pink’ & was created by Cartier.
Pink diamonds are admired & treasured as throughout history they have been related to Kings, Emperors, Princes & Potentates. The exhibition of the Argyle Pink Diamonds fits in extremely well with this memorable Diamond Jubilee year, making the diamonds even more special.
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