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Welcome to Royal Exhibitions – The complete set of Replica Crown Jewels and Replica Queens Jewels

Queens Jewels

Queens Jewels

The Queen’s jewels are one of the greatest jewellery collections in the world. This collection is unique, not only because it is priceless, but also because of its rare history which dates back to the 16th century.
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Scottish Jewels

Scottish jewels

After being used for the coronations of Mary, Queen of Scots, James VI and CharlesI, the regalia was last used at the coronation of Charles II in 1651. Before this event Charles I was executed...
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Foreign Jewels

Foreign Jewels

This is a celebration of some of the worlds most precious jewels of the royal families of Europe and the rest of the world. Here we have replicated these jewels of the world which were chosed by Kings and Queens.
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Replica crown jewels by juliette designs

Not only have we recreated the crown jewels in replica, but also the famous Queen’s jewellery which can be seen together with the history of the jewellery which dates back to the days of Queen Victoria or earlier.

The collection is a tribute to over 900 years of British history. It is the most authentic representation of the British Royal Crown Jewels.

The collection is a tribute to over 900 years of British history.

It is the most authentic representation of the British Royal Crown Jewels.

About Us

Our strength and reputation not only comes from our client base, but also from our extensive dedication, research and knowledge on the subject and its history.

All the jewels are made at our London premises. Each piece is hand polished and plated in gold or silver. Some pieces are hand enamelled and set with best quality Swarovski crystal stones and replicas of famous diamonds which are hand cut. The crowns are fitted with a velvet “Cap of Estate” and faux ermine.

Our collection has taken years to construct and assemble. Great care has been taken with every piece to preserve its intricate detail and beauty.

The British Crown Jewels are a symbol of monarchy for the British people. They have been used by Kings and Queens since 1661 or earlier. The Crown Jewels are part of the National Heritage held by the Queen as sovereign. The collection includes regalia and other crowns and diamonds which have been donated by sovereigns, church and banqueting plates, orders and insignias, robes and a unique collection of medals. Edward the Confessor may have been the first monarch to assemble the regalia. Edward III was the last monarch to pawn the jewels in order to pay for his troops during an overseas campaign.