Queen Elizabeth’s Jewelry Has Been Made into Shoppable, Affordable Replicas

Hulton ArchiveGetty Images The House of Windsor has no shortage of jewelry. At state dinners,

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The House of Windsor has no shortage of jewelry. At state dinners, royal weddings, and other formal affairs, the royals are known for trotting out some of the most stunning necklaces, earrings, and—of course—tiaras. And over the years, some of their best-loved pieces—like Queen Elizabeth’s Burmese Ruby Tiara, or the Duchess of Cambridge’s diamond stud earrings—have developed cult followings of their own.

The royals, mindful of this, have generously created a range of affordable jewelry inspired by their own priceless sparklers. At the Royal Collection Shop, fans will find the opportunity to purchase a replica of Kate Middleton’s earrings for just £35 ($47), or a necklace and a pair of earrings inspired by the Garrard-made Burmese Ruby Tiara.

Among some of the more tempting pieces are replicas of the Queen’s coronation necklace and earrings, which were made by Garrard at Queen Victoria’s bequest in the 1800s, and were worn by three Queen Consorts—Queen Alexandra, Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother)—at their coronations, before Queen Elizabeth II donned them at hers. Pearl earrings designed after the Queen’s own signature studs are also a hard-to-resist item. Below, peruse those and more Windsor-approved royal jewelry replicas.

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Diamante Stud Earrings



Earrings inspired by a pair of Kate’s.


Coronation Crystal Necklace



A must-have for any Queen Elizabeth costume.


Coronation Crystal Earrings



If you’re going to get the necklace, the matching earrings are a must.


Burmese Necklace



The design of this necklace was inspired by that of the Burmese Ruby Tiara, which was made by Garrard in 1973 with precious stones from the Queen’s private collection.


Small Pearl Earrings



These are “inspired by the earrings worn by The Queen at almost all of her official daytime engagements,” which originally belonged to Queen Mary, according to the Royal Collection Shop’s website.


Silver Teardrop Earrings



Another simple, elegant style designed after a pair of the Duchess of Cambridge’s earrings.


Greville Bracelet



A bracelet crafted to mimic the look of the Queen’s Greville Tiara.


Pastel Flower Basket Brooch



This accessory bears a striking similarity to the Queen’s own Flower Basket Brooch, a piece of jewelry given to the Queen by her parents to mark the birth of her first son, Prince Charles.

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