A 'lost' bracelet owned by Queen Victoria and designed by Prince Albert has gone on display.

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Pictured: The bracelet.<br />
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A 'lost' sapphire and diamond bracelet owned by Queen Victoria and believed to have been designed by her husband Prince Albert has gone on display at the V&A museum.<br />
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The bracelet has now been reunited with a matching tiara which is considered one of the iconic queen's most important jewels and was saved for the nation in 2017.<br />
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The two stunning pieces of jewellery have not been seen together since 1953 when Princess Mary, Queen Victoria's great-granddaughter, wore them to an event.