Jewels of Ranthambore III

Pair of Earrings of the Queen of Ranthambore

This pair of earrings crafted in platinum, gold, blue sapphires, diamonds and rubies is fondly worn by the queen on her wedding anniversaries every year, because it was gifted to her by the King on her first wedding anniversary celebrated in the Sangla Valley of Himalayas,with a matching necklace and ring (not shown here) and a frilled transaparent night gown of nylon in a matching shade of blue and a bouquet of blue irises. The queen is fifty years of age presently and shall be able to wear it up to the age of fifty-five at which time Queens of Ranthambore move into separate apartments and stop celebrating wedding anniversaries.

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