Princess Diana

Princess Diana Earrings Part 02

Princess Diana Earrings Part 02

Princess Diana
DOUBLE CLUSTER SAPPHIRE DROP EARRINGS The top sapphire is surrounded by 10 diamonds and the bottom sapphire is surrounded by 11 diamonds.  Note that the diamond outline of the bottom drop has a teardrop shape. Princess Diana Wearing White Blouse and Smiling Original caption: HRH The Princess Of Wales. HRH the Princess Of Wales will celebrate her 21st birthday on the 1st July, 1982. The Princess wears a white antique lace and lawn blouse with a high neck, and diamond and angel skin coral drop earrings. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: ca. 1982 Princess Diana Attending a Banquet Princess Diana wears a striped headband and blue evening gown to Emperor Hirohito's banquet. Image: © Tim Graham/CORBIS Photographer: Tim Graham Date Photographed: ca. 198
Princess Diana Earrings Part 01

Princess Diana Earrings Part 01

Princess Diana
BLUE GEMSTONE EARRINGS SAPPHIRES SAUDI ARABIAN DIAMONDS AND SAPPHIRE SUITE For her wedding present, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia gave the Princess a magnificent suite of jewelry as shown in picture below: a sapphire and diamond pendant suspended on a diamond tennis necklace (which also suspends 'The Prince of Wales feathers diamond pendant'), matching earrings, matching ring, a bracelet and a watch.  This was made by Asprey. Picture scanned from 'The Royal Jewels' Revised Edition p.166  by Suzy Menkes 1986 SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND SUNRAY EARRINGS These are the earrings from the Saudi Arabian suite.  The sapphires are surrounded by diamond baguettes in a wavy pattern. Princess Diana Wearing a Choker and Smiling Princess Diana attends a formal event in a dark blue velvet and lace
6 Things We Miss About Princess Diana

6 Things We Miss About Princess Diana

Princess Diana
6 Things We Miss About Princess Diana She entered the public consciousness as a reserved, 20-year-old, aristocratic wife of the future King of England, but Princess Diana made her mark as one of the most beloved public figures in the world, even after her untimely death in 1997 at age 36. Her 1981 wedding to Charles, Prince of Wales, was dubbed "the wedding of the century," but their tumultuous marriage was not what endeared people to Lady Di. She lived up to her name as Princess of the People, rallying support around unpopular causes and crises that she believed warranted attention. She put her fame to use changing public perception of epidemics from AIDS to leprosy. And despite personal turmoil, she always managed to put on a good face -- and an even better outfit -- for the papara...