Royal Asscher launches special jewellery collection called Fancy Royals

For the coronation of King Willem-Alexander in May, Royal Asscher launched a special jewelry collection named ‘Fancy Royals’.

The jewelry collection is set with exceptional orange diamonds and sapphires in honor of the Dutch Royal family (The House of Orange).

The jewelry line consists of three unique rings available in 18K gold set with orange and white diamonds and silver with orange sapphires and white diamonds.

Over the years, Royal Asscher has always had a close knit relationship with Royal families throughout the world. In 1908, the Asscher brothers from Amsterdam cut the biggest diamond in the world: the Cullinan.

The Cullinan I (530 carats) is mounted in the cross of the Scepter, the Cullinan II (317 carats) is mounted in St. Edward's Crown. Both are part of the Royal Crown Jewels and on permanent display in the Tower of London.

In 1980 Her Majesty Queen Juliana of the Netherlands granted the Asscher Diamond company the Royal title as acknowledgment of the company and the family's leading role in the diamond industry. In 2011, this royal title was extended for another 25 years.