- A parure consisting of a necklace, earrings, a bangle, and a ring given by the Emir of Kuwait during his November state visit. This is the most interesting item on the list, and likely to be the biggest bit of bling. The list also reveals that the Princess Royal and the Countess of Wessex were given similar gifts. (The Prince of Wales' office has their own list which would include anything given to the Duchess of Cornwall or the Duchess of Cambridge).
- A Jaeger-LeCoultre wrist watch. The Queen wore a Jaeger-LeCoultre watch at her coronation in 1953; click here for the company's press release on the gift.
- A brooch from the British Jewellers' Association. We've already seen this one in action, at Christmas.
- Sixty pieces of onyx and ancient Yemeni silver jewelery, given by the President of Yemen. This one sounds like a museum sort of thing.
- Precious stones from the President of Namibia. No word on what sort of stones these are, or if this is the sort of thing that could be made wearable later.
- A Sharyak brooch and an ornate dagger from the President of Kazakhstan.
- Two seashell necklaces and a basket given by the President of the Marshall Islands. If they are anything like what I picture when you say "seashell necklace", these will never be worn.
- A diamond and gold brooch depicting a Bird of Paradise from the President of Singapore, which we have also already seen: the Singapore Peranakan Diamond Jubilee Brooch.
By the way, these gifts are not personal property. The rules for royal gifts were revised after some controversy in past years, and they are published on the royal website.
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