Queen Elizabeth II’s Wedding Bracelet

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Queen Elizabeth II’s wedding bracelet was a gift to the then Princess Elizabeth from her future husband, the Duke of Edinburgh.

Like her engagement ring, it was designed and made by Philip Antrobus using the stones taken from a tiara belonging to Prince Alice of Battenberg, the Duke’s mother.

The bracelet is “in the form of three stepped millegrain and pavé-set links, each centred by an old brilliant in rub-over setting.”1

The bracelet has also been worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, now the Princess of Wales.

  1. The Queen’s Diamonds by Hugh Roberts p.278

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