When the Diamond Cross pendant was made for the queen

A diamond cross on a pendant made by Queen Elizabeth II for her daughter Princess Charlotte was made by a private company and sold to a charity that received a royalty payment of more than £1.8 million.

It is one of the rarest jewels in the world and has been a symbol of power since the 14th century, but it has never been made by the Queen herself.

The Queen had her diamond cross carved in the stone of her mother Queen Victoria in her own bedroom at Buckingham Palace.

It has been the focus of controversy ever since.

The diamonds were sold to the Royal College of Art, the British Royal Society, and a charity called the Princess Charlotte Trust, whose finances have not been revealed.

In a statement to The Associated Press, a spokesperson for the Princess Elizabeth Trust said the diamonds were a gift to the charity, and the proceeds were used for a variety of projects.

They were made by an independent company called Diamond Cross, and sold for more than $5.2 million.

Diamond Cross was founded in 2013 and has offices in the Netherlands, Belgium, and France, and also operates in New Zealand.

The company has been in business since 2014.

The diamonds were made to commemorate Princess Charlotte’s 100th birthday, and they are the only known diamonds in the Royal Collection, the most valuable collection of royal jewelry.

The diamond cross is made by cutting the base of a diamond to a shape of a cross.

The crown and other parts are then sewn on.

The cross is the only item in the collection that was sold for less than $1.7 million, according to The Royal Society of England and Wales.

The pendant is an elegant and timeless design, which is designed to honor the Queen.

It is made of sterling silver with a diamond cut in it.

It was made to be worn by the queen during her coronation, which was in 2020, according the charity.

The charity received a payment of about £1,800,000 in cash and a royalty of £750,000.

The Royal College said in a statement that it was grateful for the generosity of Diamond Cross and that it will continue to support the charity’s charitable work.

The royal diamond cross was made in 1887 by the British diamond cutter David Jones, who worked for a company called Jones and Sons, which later became the Royal Diamond Co.

David Jones also designed the Queen’s diamond cross and her first diamond pendant.

Diamond crosses are made in a variety with a cross on each side and on each edge.

The cross is then sewed onto a stone that is then held together by a clasp.

The crown and pendant are sewn in place by hand and the diamond cross hangs on a chain.

The proceeds from the sale of the pendant went to the Princess Caring Trust, the charity that makes charitable works.

The charitable arm of the British monarchy, the Queen Elizabeth Trust, said in an email to The AP that the charity was “very pleased that we were able to help with this very important project.”