Intaglio of George IV c.1820-30 Rundell, Bridge & Rundell Presented to King George V by Queen Mary, Christmas 1927. Oval faceted amethyst engraved with a bust of George IV (1762-1830) in profile to the right. He is bare headed and wears classical drapery around his shoulders. A sceptre is shown to the right of the King’s head. Signed in reverse below drapery: R . B & R . F t., (for the Royal goldsmiths, Rundell, Bridge and Rundell from 1797 to 1840).
Rundell Bridge & Rundell - Brooch with an intaglio of George IV May be identifiable with the 'large Amethyst set with diamonds with George the Fourth's head engraved upon it' bequeathed by Princess Mary Duchess of Gloucester to Augusta Duchess of Cambridge in 1857. May therefore have entered the Royal Collection through Queen Mary, granddaughter of the Duchess of Cambridge.
Gold and enamel mourning ring commemorating the death of Princess Amelia, youngest daughter of George III. Her death at the age of 27 is said to have precipitated her father descent into madness. This ring is part of a set of 52, commissioned by her brother the Prince Regent, later George IV, to mark her life. It is inscribed 'Remember me' and with her initial 'A'. They were made by the Royal goldsmiths, Rundell, Bridge & Rundell. English 1810. V&A.
The George IV State Diadem (also known as the “Diamond Diadem”) was made in 1820 by the Royal Goldsmiths Rundell, Bridge and Rundell for the coronation of King George IV. It was designed to encircle the King’s velvet Cap of Estate that he wore in the procession to Westminster Abbey. The diadem includes 1333 diamonds weighing 325.75 carats (65.15 g), and 169 pearls along its base. Its design features roses, thistles and shamrocks, the floral symbols of England, Scotland and Ireland…
Garter Collar and Great George ~ Great George made for Charles II, 1661; James II; Garter collar probably made for James II; thence by descent to Prince Henry Benedict Stuart, Cardinal York; acquired by George IV