Queen Mary's Kensington bow brooch
71-008 Queen Mary’s Kensington Bow Brooch
A little bit of history
In July 1893 The Committee of the Kensington wedding gift fund representing the inhabitants of Kensington visited Princess May of Teck’s home at White Lodge, Richmond, and presented her with this bow shaped diamond brooch with a large oriental pearl drop. She wore the brooch at King Edward VII’s coronation in 1902 and at her own coronation in 1911 as an appropriate symbol of her childhood at Kensington Palace.
Our replica is made and near as possible to the original piece. It is finished in silver plating.
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