Emeralds were the stone of choice of Princess Eugenie for her special day. The magnificent green colour of this precious stone complemented the wedding colour scheme beautifully.
The stunning tiara studded with emeralds and diamonds
The emerald and diamond tiara worn by Princess Eugenie forms part of the royal jewellery collection. Her Majesty The Queen loaned it to the bride, following royal wedding traditions.
The long standing jewellery house of Boucheron manufactured the tiara for Dame Margaret Greville in the year 1921. The design is based on the kokoshnik style, which was extremely popular with the Russian Imperial Court. It is these origins that gave the tiara its name of Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara. Mrs Greville entrusted the tiara to Queen Elizabeth II in 1942.
The tiara features an amazing 93.70ct emerald mounted at the centre of the platinum bandeau. Another six smaller emeralds feature on the sides. The rest of the tiara is studded with numerous brilliant and rose cut diamonds mounted in a pavé setting.
Drop earrings studded with emeralds and diamonds
Princess Eugenie complemented her look with diamond and emerald drop earrings, in keeping with the colour scheme. The stunning earrings are a gift from the groom, Jack Brooksbank.
The royal wedding rings
Following on from royal family tradition, the Queen gifted Princess Eugenie a gold band made from pure Welsh gold.
Similarly to Prince William, the groom opted not to receive a wedding ring.
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