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The Royal Stones collection by The House of Oud is enriched with a new gemstone, recalling the many shades of red in Queen Elizabeth II’s jewellery, to celebrate the relationship between Philip and Elizabeth, the long love affair between Her Majesty and the Prince Consort. The ruby, symbol of unquenchable love, is considered an amulet that brings happiness and is a perfect testimony to this love story, which lasted more than 80 years. Among the jewels of the favourite jewelery, we find the ‘scarab’ of rubies, gold and diamonds that the Duke of Edinburgh gave her in 1966. One of the most original jewels in her collection. The brooch stands out among many for its irregular and joyful shape, an explosion of modernity amidst the heirlooms belonging to queens of the past. Prince Philip commissioned the piece from Andrew Grima, London’s best-known designer of the second half of the last century, entrusting him with rubies recovered, according to legend, from an ancient Indian headdress. This brooch, sanguine and full of life, was made immortal by the Royal Couple’s 70th wedding anniversary portrait. It was no coincidence that Elizabeth II, on the solemn occasion of remembering her beloved Consort, chose this significant brooch: the ruby brooch, known as the scarab brooch.
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