Queen Elizabeth II's Engagement Ring

The engagement ring is made of platinum and features a round three-carat brilliant stone flanked by smaller pavé-set diamonds. Prince Philip commissioned it from a London jewellery firm, Philip Antrobus, in 1947. The diamonds had a much longer royal history.

Prince Philip's mother, Princess Alice, gave him one of her tiaras, a piece she had received as a wedding present nearly half a century earlier, so that it could be dismantled. Several of those diamonds could then be used to make Elizabeth’s ring.

At Friarhouse we have these stunning diamond engagement rings, fit for royalty!

                 


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