Jacqueline Kennedy wore her jewellery with the grace, elegance and dignity that made her America's most loved first lady and a shining icon the world over.

Here you will find many replicas of the pieces of jewellery Jackie was given by John F Kennedy, Aristotle Onassis, family heirlooms and items she bought for herself, along with many others.

All items are approved by the Kennedy Library Foundation, this collection features perfect reproductions of Jackie’s stunning jewellery.


Winter Crystal Suite

This suite is simply stunning.

The Bouvier family's history in the United States dates to 1815, when Michel Bouvier originally settled in what was then the nation's capital, Philadelphia. Through a lot of hard work and inspired investing, Michel soon made his fortune- first in furniture, and later in real estate. His son, John Bouvier, increased the fortune on Wall Street in New York, where many Bouviers would leave their mark. Jackie's grandparents, John V. Bouvier and his wife Maude Sargeant Bouvier, both lived at the peak of Bouvier wealth. This suite of jewellery, which Jackie wore for her debutante ball, could quite possibly have been passed down through this great American family.

The Engagement Bracelet is an exact replica of the bangle received by Jackie for her engagement to JFK and which she wore her whole life, eventually bequeathing it to her daughter Caroline. It is rhodium plated and set with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS. A beautiful work of art with hand-worked filigree.

Winter Crystal Suite

Winter Crystal Suite

This suite is simply stunning.

The Bouvier family's history in the United States dates to 1815, when Michel Bouvier originally settled in what was then the nation's capital, Philadelphia. Through a lot of hard work and inspired investing, Michel soon made his fortune- first in furniture, and later in real estate. His son, John Bouvier, increased the fortune on Wall Street in New York, where many Bouviers would leave their mark. Jackie’s grandparents, John V. Bouvier and his wife Maude Sargeant Bouvier, both lived at the peak of Bouvier wealth. This suite of jewellery, which Jackie wore for her debutante ball, could quite possibly have been passed down through this great American family.

The Engagement Bracelet is an exact replica of the bangle received by Jackie for her engagement to JFK and which she wore her whole life, eventually bequeathing it to her daughter Caroline. It is rhodium plated and set with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS. A beautiful work of art with hand-worked filigree.

Winter Crystal Suite

Emerald Princess Bracelet

This bracelet belonged to America's princess, Jacqueline Kennedy. This work of art was typical of the emerald jewelry favored by the Irish-American Kennedy family. All of JFK'˜s great-grandparents emigrated to the U.S. from Ireland and within one generation enjoyed phenomenal success. Even generations later, the Kennedy clan was very conscious and fiercely proud of their Irish heritage.

Emerald Princess Bracelet

Triple Strand Pearls

The finest reproduction of the legendary faux-pearl necklace. Hand knotted silken cords carry 158 ivory cream-colored Czechoslovakian glass hand-painted pearls . The platinum-plated art deco clasp, with 14 SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS, speaks of the elegance of times past. All Camrose & Kross jewelry is presented in a beautiful steel case covered in soft velour and satin. Inner length is 17 inches, outer length is 20 inches.

Also available in a larger 20 inch, inner strand and 23 inch outer strand.

Triple Strand Pearls

The Engagement Bracelet

The Engagement Bracelet is an exact replica of the bangle received by Jackie for her engagement to JFK and which she wore her whole life, eventually bequeathing it to her daughter Caroline. It is rhodium plated and set with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS. A beautiful work of art with hand-worked filigree.

The Engagement Bracelet

5th Ave Sunglasses

Jacqueline Kennedy was always unique in her style. She had a collection of square sunglasses that became a signature to her style. This particular style is typical of the legendary Jackie era. Jackie attended the annual JFK celebrity-pro tennis tournament in New York wearing these sunglasses.

Available in Black, Mahogany and Blue

5th Ave Sunglasses

The Snowflake Bracelet

Jacqueline Kennedy was married to Aristotle Onassis from October, 1968 until his death in 1975. Onassis was one of the wealthiest men in the world, and enjoyed giving Jackie extravagant gifts, even when there was no special occasion.

He didn't like to give gifts in a box, he preferred to surprise her in fun and creative ways. He purchased this bracelet in 1971 at Cartier in Paris, and gave it to Jackie on her breakfast tray. The chef hollowed out her roll and hid the bracelet inside for her to find.

The Snowflake Bracelet

The Floral Drop Earrings

One of Jackie's most famous earrings, the Floral Drop Earrings are a unique testament to her classic taste. Jackie wore these earrings everywhere, particularly to her most interesting affairs. For example, she once wore them to a party in her honor in 1967, thrown by the Italian Ambassador to the United States. The ambassador presented Jackie with her own limited edition copy of the Pope's Oratio Dominica. Jackie treasured the earrings her whole life and even loaned them to her daughter Caroline, who wore them during her wedding. Jackie later gave the earrings as an heirloom gift to her daughter Caroline.

Just like the originals, our rendering has the same two sets of removable faux pearl drops (one set hand-painted in a light golden, and the other hand-painted in black.) is Plated in 18k gold, there are 36 gorgeous CZs on the floral leaf studs plus surgical steel hypoallergenic posts.

The Floral Drop Earrings

The Tank Watch

In 1964, a photo taken of Jackie (still in mourning for her husband and dressed in black), was published throughout the world. It quickly became famous for Jackie's striking candid pose, and the insight it provided into the life of a very courageous woman. In this photo, she wore a solitary piece of jewelry - her Tank Watch.

Its design features a simple face, an 18k gold-plated setting flanked by 32 white SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS. An emerald-green crystal in the stem adds an elegant final touch. The quartz movement in our replica is made by Seiko Japan. The straps are genuine leather with an embossed alligator texture, and are fully adjustable between 5 1/2 to 8 1/2 inches. The dominant feature of the band, its unique butterfly fold-over clasp, has made this watch famous for ease of use.

The Tank Watch is a supremely elegant timepiece that has a truly timeless appeal.

The Tank Watch

Jackie loved wearing pearls...

These are the finest reproduction of the legendary faux-pearl necklace. Hand knotted silken cords carry 158 ivory cream-colored Czechoslovakian glass hand-painted pearls. The platinum-plated art deco clasp, with 14 SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS, speaks of the elegance of the past.

Here Jackie turns to face the world during JFK’s administration. Jackie, who treasured her privacy and was apprehensive about life in the public eye, chose the Triple-strand pearls to help step with confidence onto the public stage.


Jackie found the romance of emeralds irresistible.

After wearing the necklace and the matching earrings to the inaugural gala, she had a matching bracelet made (all available in-store) of emerald colored SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS prong-set in a delicately patterned chain plated in 18k gold.

The earrings are simply stunning and go from formal to informal with a removable pendant! They also feature four unique marquise cut CZs. 1 1/4 inch high with pendant. Above left, Jackie attends a performance of selected opera arias at the Kennedy Center for the the Arts.


Please visit your local Filthy Rich store to view our full Jackie Kennedy Collection.