Pictures: Stunning Royal diamonds to go on display
To celebrate 60 years of Queen Elizabeth II being on the throne, this sparkling collection of diamonds will be on display - and we've got a sneak preview!
In the centre of this brooch is an impressive pink diamond - it was found in Tanzania, Africa, and was given to the Queen when she got married in 1947. It was then put into the brooch along with 200 smaller diamonds.
And this is the crown Queen Victoria wore for her official Diamond Jubilee picture. It's quite small - just 9cm - but still has over a thousand diamonds in it.
In February 2012 the Queen will become the second sovereign in British history to have reigned for 60 years. This is a picture of the Queen's coronation, the official ceremony to mark the start of her reign.
Here's an older set - the coronation necklace and earrings made for Queen Victoria. It was also worn by Queen Elizabeth II at her coronation - the official ceremony which marked the start of her reign.
It's not just jewellery on display - this box made for a European king has a staggering 3,000 diamonds on it!
This stunning brooch was another creation for Queen Victoria - she's the only other monarch to celebrate a Diamond Jubilee - 60 years on the throne.
Check out these diamonds! To celebrate 60 years of Queen Elizabeth II being on the throne, this sparkling collection will be on display - and we've got a sneak preview!
This summer at Buckingham Palace, diamonds used and worn by British monarchs over the last 200 years will be on show - just like this necklace, given to the Queen on her 21st birthday in 1947.