This geometrical long pendant is inspired by the tiara made for Mrs Greville, in 1921, which was inherited by The Queen in 2002. She has since loaned it to The Duchess of Cornwall for various occasions, pictured above. As you can see, the pattern is very similar.
GREVILLE LONG PENDANT, $393 at Royal Collection Shop
The Queen is known for her love of pearls, and as you can see from the main picture, she is a fan of diamond and pearl studs, which she wears at almost all her daytime engagements. Remember, royals shouldn’t wear diamonds before 6pm, so pearls are the perfect solution.
The earrings Her Majesty always wears originally belonged to The Queen’s Grandmother and, as such, are sometimes referred to as Queen Mary’s ‘Button Earrings’.
SMALL PEARL EARRINGS, $90 at Royal Collection Shop
You’ll also know she is a big fan of brooches, which always seem to have a special significance. Although the below floral brooch isn’t specified as a replica, it does seem very inspired by this flower basket brooch The Queen has worn in the past.
PASTEL FLOWER BASKET BROOCH, $98 at Royal Collection Shop
Another colourful set owned by Queen Elizabeth II is the Burmese Ruby Tiara, which inspired the below earrings.
The Burmese Ruby Tiara was made by Garrard & Co. in 1973 using stones from the private collection of Her Majesty, and forms a beautiful wreath of roses, with diamonds making the exquisite petals and striking rubies are at the centre of the flowers. Of course, the earrings aren’t diamonds, but zirconia, making them far more affordable.
BURMESE HOOP EARRINGS, $152 at Royal Collection Shop
You might also be interested to know that you can also buy jewellery inspired by pieces worn by other members of the royal family, such as The Duchess of Cambridge.
PEARL FLOWER STUD EARRINGS, $214 at Royal Collection Shop
For example, these floral pearl earrings bear a striking resemblance to the ones Kate Middleton wore to Prince Louis’ christening two years ago.
The originals, Cassandra Goad’s Cavolfiore Pearl Studs cost $8,000, however, these are only $214 and made of real freshwater pearls.
This article originally appeared on marie claire U.K.