The Queen has a number of tiaras in her intensive jewelry assortment, however one she typically turns to is the Burmese Ruby Tiara. This specific tiara stands out because it is likely one of the solely diadems within the Queen’s assortment to incorporate rubies as its principal theme.

When the Queen ascended the throne in 1952, she opted to let the Queen Mother hold the ruby Oriental Circlet Tiara from the royal assortment.

In want of a ruby diadem, the Queen had the Nizam of Hyderabad Tiara that she had acquired as a marriage present dismantled and was a brand new design.

The diamonds from this piece have been used along with a number of rubies to create the Burmese Ruby Tiara.

The rubies on this specific tiara have been gifted to the Queen upon her marriage to the Duke of Edinburgh in 1947.

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As the rubies hail from Myanmar (previously Burma), the tiara could possibly be thought of controversial.

Adele Narcisi, Gemmologist & Design Consultation at Queensmith, mentioned: “Many jewellers now, including Queensmith, refuse to work with Burmese (or Myanmar) rubies, as they are considered conflict gems.

“This means they might be mined and offered to fund acts that violate human rights.”

The rubies were crafted into elegant rose designs across the diadem, and a specific number of rubies were used for a symbolic purpose.

With countless precious gemstones, it is no wonder the Burmese Ruby Tiara is valued at a staggering seven-figure sum.

Ms Narcisi added: “The worth of this hanging ruby and diamond tiara is probably going between £4million to £5million, and is likely one of the most beneficial tiaras within the royal assortment.”

The Nizam of Hyderabad Necklace the Queen additionally acquired as a marriage current is regarded as one of the costly jewels within the Queen’s assortment.

Adorned with diamonds of various cuts and dangling pendants, the Nizam of Hyderabad Necklace is regarded as value in extra of £66million.