Princess Anne’s Grima Pearl Earrings

The Princess Royal celebrates her 70th Birthday this week! The only daughter of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, who has been a working member of the Royal Family for over 50 Years, Princess Anne possesses an impressive collection of jewels, and to mark the occasion, we are featuring her Top 7 Jewels, continuing with with her

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A pair of Gold, Pearl, and Diamonds Earrings in a modern leaf design by Andrew Grima, that can be worn as just the stud, or with the larger pendant portion, they have been in Princess Anne’s jewellery box since the late 1960s. One of the earliest jewels of the young Princess, they were often worn in their full version at evening events in the 1960s and 1970s, while the stud portion was a favourite for daytime events.

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The Grima Pearl Earrings were most importantly worn for Princess Anne’s second wedding to Timothy Laurence. While the full version haven’t been publicly worn for decades, the stud portion of the Grima Pearl Earrings remains a favourite of Princess Anne for daytime events to this day, and there is no doubt they will be worn for years to come.

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