If one good thing came out of late 2020, it was the launch of Bridgerton on Netflix.
With gorgeous period costumes, high-stakes drama and some seriously sexy scenes involving lead characters Daphne and the Duke, it really is the gift that keeps on giving. Clearly many viewers feel the same, with searches related to the show increasing by 850% over the past week and Netflix currently ranking it at number one in the UK charts.
As we pour over the real-life filming locations used throughout the series, one of the main things that captivated us about the style of the show, was the breathtaking jewellery worn by cast members on screen; namely Queen Charlotte, Lady Danbury and Daphne's exquisite accessories.
Real-life cost of Bridgerton's jewellery pieces:
1. Daphne’s White Gold Large Diamond Necklace: £3.5m
Based on the five diamonds which are approximately 10ct each, OnBuy.com can reveal that Daphne’s infamous necklace, given to her by the Prince, is predicted to be worth a whopping £3.5m in real life!
2. Daphne’s Gold Pear Shape Diamond Necklace: £600,000
Assuming that the main diamond is 6ct, Daphne’s sophisticated pear shape necklace would cost an estimated £600,000 to buy.
3. Lady Danbury’s White Gold Diamond Tiara: £5m and White Gold Marquise Diamond Necklace: £3m
Estimated to be well over 100ct of diamonds, Lady Danbury’s white gold diamond tiara would be worth a huge £5m in real life.
Her stunning diamond necklace is also noted to be worth £3m if it was fine jewellery.
4. Queen Charlotte’s Yellow Gold Pigeon Blood Ruby Drop Earrings: £7m
Queen Charlotte’s ruby drop earrings are extremely rare, so they would carry a hefty price tag of £7m in the real world.
5. Marina’s gold diamond necklace: £1.5m
According to jewellery experts, Marina’s diamond necklace that she wore to the ball would cost £1.5m.
6. Portia's yellow gold turquoise butterfly necklace: £25,000
Finally, Portia’s turquoise butterfly necklace is predicted to set you back £25,000 – costing almost one year's worth of wages for the average Brit.
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