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Carob warning | PriceScope Forum

So I finally received my Carob OEC and of course, it's not cut like my C&C oec moissanite purchased 6 years ago. It's cut like a round brilliant with the typical large, flat table and no high crown. It was does, however, have some similar looking facets like my OEC but no flower pattern in the middle which is synonymous with the OEc and OMC cuts.
So I finally received my Carob OEC and of course, it's not cut like my C&C oec moissanite purchased 6 years ago. It's cut like a round brilliant with the typical large, flat table and no high crown. It was does, however, have some similar looking facets like my OEC but no flower pattern in the middle which is synonymous with the OEc and OMC cuts.
So I finally received my Carob OEC and of course, it's not cut like my C&C oec moissanite purchased 6 years ago. It's cut like a round brilliant with the typical large, flat table and no high crown. It was does, however, have some similar looking facets like my OEC but no flower pattern in the middle which is synonymous with the OEc and OMC cuts.

Royal Jewels | Page 16 | PriceScope Forum

Most of the jewels are "gifted" to the wearer for their lifetime and not actually given to them as personal property. I''m glad to see this set come back into the ruling branch of the family so that it can essentially be a part of the crown jewels now & we will see it for generations to come.
Most of the jewels are "gifted" to the wearer for their lifetime and not actually given to them as personal property. I''m glad to see this set come back into the ruling branch of the family so that it can essentially be a part of the crown jewels now & we will see it for generations to come.
Most of the jewels are "gifted" to the wearer for their lifetime and not actually given to them as personal property. I''m glad to see this set come back into the ruling branch of the family so that it can essentially be a part of the crown jewels now & we will see it for generations to come.

Royal Jewels | Page 9 | PriceScope Forum

These crown jewels are located at the Apollo Gallery at the Louvre in Paris. The crown is Louis XV''s coronation crown (1722), the center is the Regent, the Great Mazarin above it..., and the Sancy is on the top. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest opinions and objective information on products & services.
These crown jewels are located at the Apollo Gallery at the Louvre in Paris. The crown is Louis XV''s coronation crown (1722), the center is the Regent, the Great Mazarin above it..., and the Sancy is on the top. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest opinions and objective information on products & services.
These crown jewels are located at the Apollo Gallery at the Louvre in Paris. The crown is Louis XV''s coronation crown (1722), the center is the Regent, the Great Mazarin above it..., and the Sancy is on the top. ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest opinions and objective information on products & services.

Royal Jewels | Page 217 | PriceScope

Crown (e.g. owned by the country) jewelry would not figure in this, since it legally does not belong to the RF, but to the nation. The things Victoria left to the Crown fall in this category. An article written during one period of republican fervor speculated on the nightmare that would entail abolishing a royal family in the UK.
Crown (e.g. owned by the country) jewelry would not figure in this, since it legally does not belong to the RF, but to the nation. The things Victoria left to the Crown fall in this category. An article written during one period of republican fervor speculated on the nightmare that would entail abolishing a royal family in the UK.
Crown (e.g. owned by the country) jewelry would not figure in this, since it legally does not belong to the RF, but to the nation. The things Victoria left to the Crown fall in this category. An article written during one period of republican fervor speculated on the nightmare that would entail abolishing a royal family in the UK.

Royal Jewels | Page 94 | PriceScope Forum

The Crown Jewel Ruby. Once part of the most extensive collection of royal jewels to ever exist, this phenomenal 3.79 ruby hails from the crown believed to be part of the French Crown Jewels and owned by the Sultan of Brunei. Excavated from a mine that has been extinct for 150 years, the ruby...
The Crown Jewel Ruby. Once part of the most extensive collection of royal jewels to ever exist, this phenomenal 3.79 ruby hails from the crown believed to be part of the French Crown Jewels and owned by the Sultan of Brunei. Excavated from a mine that has been extinct for 150 years, the ruby...
The Crown Jewel Ruby. Once part of the most extensive collection of royal jewels to ever exist, this phenomenal 3.79 ruby hails from the crown believed to be part of the French Crown Jewels and owned by the Sultan of Brunei. Excavated from a mine that has been extinct for 150 years, the ruby...

Royal Jewels | Page 203 | PriceScope Forum

Absolutely! If you''ve any interest in the British royal jewels, Leslie Field''s "The Queen''s Jewels" is a must. Also, there''s a great book in Danish by Bjarne Jensen from the RJWMB/GRJ message boards about the Danish crown jewels: "Juvelerne I Det Danske Kongehus."
Absolutely! If you''ve any interest in the British royal jewels, Leslie Field''s "The Queen''s Jewels" is a must. Also, there''s a great book in Danish by Bjarne Jensen from the RJWMB/GRJ message boards about the Danish crown jewels: "Juvelerne I Det Danske Kongehus."
Absolutely! If you''ve any interest in the British royal jewels, Leslie Field''s "The Queen''s Jewels" is a must. Also, there''s a great book in Danish by Bjarne Jensen from the RJWMB/GRJ message boards about the Danish crown jewels: "Juvelerne I Det Danske Kongehus."

Royal Jewels | Page 448 | PriceScope

The bracelets are part of the Spanish equivalent of the Crown Jewels...they are called the "Joyas de Pasar." Google that and you will find lots of good close up pictures! ... Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark's 50th birthday gala in 2018 ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest opinions and objective information ...
The bracelets are part of the Spanish equivalent of the Crown Jewels...they are called the "Joyas de Pasar." Google that and you will find lots of good close up pictures! ... Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark's 50th birthday gala in 2018 ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest opinions and objective information ...
The bracelets are part of the Spanish equivalent of the Crown Jewels...they are called the "Joyas de Pasar." Google that and you will find lots of good close up pictures! ... Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark's 50th birthday gala in 2018 ... We NEVER accept paid reviews and take great pride in providing honest opinions and objective information ...

Royal Jewels | Page 40 | PriceScope

The pictures of the queen mum from the 1920s are great!In the book on The Royal Crown jewels by Leslie Field she shows the queens 1920s Cartier lines bracelets in diamonds and colored gems...anyone have pics they could post of these...these line bracelets havent changed much over the years and are still being carried in jewelry stores today...just goes to show that what goes around comes ...
The pictures of the queen mum from the 1920s are great!In the book on The Royal Crown jewels by Leslie Field she shows the queens 1920s Cartier lines bracelets in diamonds and colored gems...anyone have pics they could post of these...these line bracelets havent changed much over the years and are still being carried in jewelry stores today...just goes to show that what goes around comes ...
The pictures of the queen mum from the 1920s are great!In the book on The Royal Crown jewels by Leslie Field she shows the queens 1920s Cartier lines bracelets in diamonds and colored gems...anyone have pics they could post of these...these line bracelets havent changed much over the years and are still being carried in jewelry stores today...just goes to show that what goes around comes ...

Royal Jewels | Page 438 | PriceScope Forum

The set was owned by Queen Victoria's mother, the Duchess of Kent, who left it to her daughter. Queen Victoria subsequently left the set to the Crown. The majority of the jewelry worn by The Queen today (excepting items included in the Crown Jewels) originates with Queen Victoria or after, making these pieces some of the oldest in regular use.
The set was owned by Queen Victoria's mother, the Duchess of Kent, who left it to her daughter. Queen Victoria subsequently left the set to the Crown. The majority of the jewelry worn by The Queen today (excepting items included in the Crown Jewels) originates with Queen Victoria or after, making these pieces some of the oldest in regular use.
The set was owned by Queen Victoria's mother, the Duchess of Kent, who left it to her daughter. Queen Victoria subsequently left the set to the Crown. The majority of the jewelry worn by The Queen today (excepting items included in the Crown Jewels) originates with Queen Victoria or after, making these pieces some of the oldest in regular use.

Royal Jewels | Page 244 | PriceScope Forum

I have seen the Crown Jewels a couple of times and the 1728 and 1902 PoW crowns were amongst them. Its amazing the range of crowns that are out there. Interestingly the rules of coronets from the Restoration in 1660 do not allow for women to wear a coronet - I wonder if that is the origin of wearing a tiara with a coronet - they simply added it ...
I have seen the Crown Jewels a couple of times and the 1728 and 1902 PoW crowns were amongst them. Its amazing the range of crowns that are out there. Interestingly the rules of coronets from the Restoration in 1660 do not allow for women to wear a coronet - I wonder if that is the origin of wearing a tiara with a coronet - they simply added it ...
I have seen the Crown Jewels a couple of times and the 1728 and 1902 PoW crowns were amongst them. Its amazing the range of crowns that are out there. Interestingly the rules of coronets from the Restoration in 1660 do not allow for women to wear a coronet - I wonder if that is the origin of wearing a tiara with a coronet - they simply added it ...
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