Jewelery worth $780,000 made for Princess Diana to go under the hammer

Princess Diana was a not only just a noble English royalty, but the lady had an amazing sense of fashion too, carrying herself with utmost élan. And when she finally got herself a love life, her life was cut short in the fatal tunnel crash on 31st August 1997. Had the situation been otherwise, she would have been the proud owner of a stunning set of royal jewelry set made from five of her favorite beads. As an accompaniment to the necklace, the royal Brit jeweler Garrard had designed matching earrings, which the princess was to wear at the Swan Lake Ballet, at her then-boyfriend’s father’s invitation and owner of Harrods, Mohamed Al-Fayed.

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The Texan millionaire Jim McIngvale, the set’s current owner, has finally decided to put the entire set under the hammer. These royal jewels would be worth at least $780,000 and several takers, I reckon!
[Deluxeblog]