‘How many diamonds are in the British Crown Jewels?’

How many diamonds are there in the British Crown Jewels? The crown was created in 1937 with great precision by the jeweler Garrard & Co. It is used only during the most important State ceremonies in the United Kingdom. The crown contains a large number of gemstones, such as rubies, emeralds, sapphires, pearls, and most importantly, diamonds.

How many diamonds are there in the British Crown Jewels?

The British Crown Jewels are adorned with 2868 diamonds.

Among the 2868 diamonds, there is the second largest diamond in the world, known as the Cullinan II. Its Polish name is “Mniejsza Gwiazda Afryki” and it weighs 317 carats.

In addition to the diamonds, the crown contains 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds, and 5 rubies.


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