Wednesday, 2 May 2012

The Ultimate Accessory for a Fashionista Queen - a carbon copy of Queen Elizabeth II 's Crown

To celebrate the Diamond Jubilee, a replica of the Queen's priceless ‘Imperial State Crown’ has been created and will be auctioned off by QVC.

QVC Diamonique Jubilee Crown
The one-off QVC Imperial State Crown replica – the Diamonique Jubilee Crown – will be auctioned off for Breast Cancer Care as the ultimate accessory for fashion queens looking to build a jewellery collection fit for royalty. 

The original Imperial State Crown features the world’s second largest cut diamond (the Cullinan II or Second Star of Africa) at 317.4 carats, 2,868 diamonds on silver mounts, coloured stones in gold mounts, including 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds and 269 pearls and is a priceless symbol of the British monarchy.

The Diamonique Jubilee Crown features 2,276 replica stones from QVC’s Diamonique collection of simulated diamond jewellery using 21 different sizes and colours of stone all set in silver.  The crown weighs approximately 1.5kg and has been valued at £10,528 by the company’s jewellery experts.

The crown will appear on QVC on Diamonique Day, Sunday 6th May, at 9am and 2pm and again over the Jubilee weekend. The crown will be auctioned off for Breast Cancer Care during QVC’s dedicated fundraising show this October. For further details, please visit

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