Gold, enamel, brilliant-cut diamonds
The Royal Collection
For example, here’s a beautiful pin which had belonged to King Edward VII—Mary’s father-in-law. This masterpiece of gold, enamel and brilliant diamonds was made for the King by Eduard Schramm in 1901. It is adorned with his crowned cipher in diamonds.
This pin was a favorite of the King’s. After his death, Mary of Teck made sure that his personal jewelry was preserved as part of the Royal Collection.