The Queen Mother's hibiscus brooch replica

The Queen has prided herself with a vast collection of sentimental and important pieces which had belonged to her mother, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon.  The hibiscus brooch a gift  that the Queen Mother received during her long widowhood.  It was given to her in 1958 by the people of Australia during the Queen Mother’s tour.  It was presented to her by the Prime Minister, Mr Menzies.

After the death of the Queen Mother in 2002, the brooch was inherited by Queen Elizabeth II.  The first time she wore the brooch was at Prince William’s passing out parade at Sandhurst.  Then it was seen again when the Queen wore the brooch in March 2018 for the Annual Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey.

Length:  7.72 cms
Width:  5.82 cms

Item No: 68-024

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