No one has to be an expert for the British Royal Family to understand that they’ve got many expensive possessions. While palaces and cars always make a statement, the jewels they wear and save are highly fascinating for many people.
There are tiaras that Tiffany’s couldn’t replicate and stunning 11-tier necklaces, making the Royal collection the best ever. Everyone in the family, including Kate Middleton and Queen Mary, have worn these iconic pieces, and they’re now ingrained into history forever.
These jewels aren’t likely for sale. Instead, they’ve become heirlooms that were passed down from one monarch to the other. Everyone has a favorite piece in the Royal Family, and here are some of the most expensive options:
Tiara – Girls of Great Britain and Ireland
Royal weddings are a very big deal in Britain. When Elizabeth married Prince Philip in 1947, Queen Mary, her grandmother, offered the Girls of Great Britain tiara. It’s one of the Queen’s prized possessions and is valued at about $207,000!
Wedding Necklace for Queen Alexandra
Prince Albert was a hard-working man and thought hard about what to give Princess Alexandra for their 1863 wedding. He spent roughly $18,522 on a set with a pair of earrings, a diamond necklace, and a brooch. It’s valued at about $1.6 million now!