Camilla's treasures
INTRO
TRADEMARK PEARLS
DIAMOND DAISIES
TURQUOISE AND VELVET
FEATHER BROOCH
'ENGAGEMENT' SAPPHIRE
THE RING
WEDDING BANDS
LOVE TOKENS
FAVOURITE PIECES
PHOTO GALLERY
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WEDDING BANDS
Just as so many royal brides before her have done, Camilla will wear a wedding band made from Welsh gold from the Clogau St David's mine in North Wales.

The rings, which will have a "traditional design", are to be made by London-based jeweller Wartski, which was established in 1865 and has held the Royal Warrant to HRH The Prince of Wales since 1979.

The Royal Family has a long history of wedding bands made with gold from the Clogau mine, located in Snowdonia. The Queen Mother, the Queen, Princess Margaret and Charles' first wife, Princess Diana, all wore rings created from the same nugget of Welsh gold, very little of which is said to remain. The Duchess of York and Countess of Wessex's rings were made from a separate piece, also mined in Wales.

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