Jewellery experts at Steven Stone examined Camilla's sapphire accessories that she wore on Wednesday, including their eye-watering price tags.
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Maxwell Stone, a leading jewellery expert at Steven Stone said: "It’s heart-warming to see Queen Camilla wore Queen Elizabeth II’s King George VI Victoria Suite for the state dinner at the Palace of Versailles as a sweet nod to Queen Elizabeth II.
"Gifted to the late monarch by her father on her wedding day in 1947, the suite was undoubtedly among her most meaningful jewels.
"The King George VI Victoria Suite consists of a sapphire and diamond cluster line necklace, a pair of sapphire earrings and a bracelet.
"Although, the bracelet wasn’t originally part of the set and was actually commissioned by Queen Elizabeth II sometime during the 1960s.
Queen Camilla at the Palace of Versailles
Queen Elizabeth wearing sapphire necklace in 2002
"The incredible sapphire and diamond cluster line necklace originally featured 18 sapphires, sat on a gradient, ranging from eight to 30 carats, before it was redesigned in 1952.
"The huge sapphires are surrounded by a halo of diamonds, and linked together by additional single stone diamonds, which are between 0.8 carats and 1.5 carats. The sapphire earrings look to be 15 carats."
Wednesday evening marked the second time Queen Camilla wore the sapphire suite during her husband's reign.
In November 2022, Camilla wore the suite to a white tie banquet at Buckingham Palace. This was in honour of the visiting South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa.