This yellow gold and diamond necklace is part of Mappin & Webb’s Wildfell collection, which pays tribute to the brand’s longstanding Royal heritage. First given a Royal Warrant in 1897, Mappin & Webb has a rich archive at its disposal, and one jewel in particular, the Dorset Bow brooch, has inspired the gently flowing lines of the Wildfell collection. The diamond-encrusted brooch was originally given to Queen Mary who, in turn, bequeathed it to the young Princess Elizabeth on her wedding day in 1947. The brooch is still one of the Queen’s favourite jewels and she has worn it on several occasions. Its gentle diamond-encrusted curves are recreated in this Mappin & Webb necklace in 18ct yellow gold, set with 0.17ct of white pavé diamonds.