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A man has died following a two-vehicle collision which happened in Melton Road, Thurmaston, last Wednesday (11 May).Officers were called at 5.27pm to the incident which involved a blue Suzuki motorcycle and a grey Ford Focus Zetec on Melton Road at the junction with Manor Road.Police and East Midlands Ambulance Service attended the incident. The motorcyclist, a 32-year-old man, was taken to hospital following the incident.Sadly, the man died in hospital on Saturday (14 May).No other injuries were reported following the incident.Officers are appealing to anyone with any information in relation to the collision to make contact.Detective Constable Anita Rose, from the force’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “The collision happened just before 5.30pm when traffic in the area would have been busy, including people making their way home from work.“Please think back to if you were in the area at the time and anything you may have seen. Did you witness the collision? Or did you see either of the vehicles travelling prior to the collision? Do you have any dashcam footage which could assist us?“Anyone with any information should make contact with us. You can report online at crowd.in/pQ4Czf or call 101 quoting incident 511 of 11 May.” ... See MoreSee Less

A man has died following a two-vehicle collision which happened in Melton Road, Thurmaston, last Wednesday (11 May).

Officers were called at 5.27pm to the incident which involved a blue Suzuki motorcycle and a grey Ford Focus Zetec on Melton Road at the junction with Manor Road.

Police and East Midlands Ambulance Service attended the incident. The motorcyclist, a 32-year-old man, was taken to hospital following the incident.

Sadly, the man died in hospital on Saturday (14 May).

No other injuries were reported following the incident.

Officers are appealing to anyone with any information in relation to the collision to make contact.

Detective Constable Anita Rose, from the force’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “The collision happened just before 5.30pm when traffic in the area would have been busy, including people making their way home from work.

“Please think back to if you were in the area at the time and anything you may have seen. Did you witness the collision? Or did you see either of the vehicles travelling prior to the collision? Do you have any dashcam footage which could assist us?

“Anyone with any information should make contact with us. You can report online at https://crowd.in/pQ4Czf or call 101 quoting incident 511 of 11 May.”
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2 weeks ago
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So I’m sure you’ve seen the above image regarding @emmachamberlain wearing a Cartier necklace at the Met Gala 2022. This necklace was once worn by Maharaja Yadavinder Singh Of Patiala S/o Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala.Now for a little history lesson, this necklace isn’t the De Beers necklace that Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala had created at his request. Bhupinder Singh of Patiala bought the seventh largest diamond in the world, the De Beers diamond in 1889, when it was exhibited at the Paris Universal exhibition. This diamond was mined in South Africa in 1888 and that's how the famous story of the lostPatiala Necklace begins.Bhupinder Singh of Patiala was 34 when he decided to turn the De Beers diamond into an heirloom piece and commissioned Cartier to make a ceremonial necklace with the De Beers diamond being its centerpiece. The necklace was finally made in 1928 and it came to be known as the Patiala Necklace. It has five rows of platinum chains embellished with 2930 diamonds and some Burmese rubies. This was the most expensive piece of jewellery ever made in the history and it would have costed some $30million today in its original form.It was in the year 1948, that the diamondnecklace sparked controversy after it wentmissing from the Patiala royal treasury. For 32 years, there was no sign of this necklace, when suddenly the De Beers diamond reappeared at Sotheby's auction in 1982. It was just the diamond without the necklace. A part of a necklace was then seen in an antique shop in London. Cartier later bought the necklace and replaced the missing stones with replicas.The necklace @emmachamberlain is wearing is a different necklace and like many of the products Cartier make the piece is often loaned out. A huge thank you to @samkaurofficial for the original post ... See MoreSee Less

So I’m sure you’ve seen the above image regarding @emmachamberlain wearing a Cartier necklace at the Met Gala 2022. 

This necklace was once worn by Maharaja Yadavinder Singh Of Patiala S/o Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala.

Now for a little history lesson, this necklace isn’t the De Beers necklace that Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala had created at his request. 

Bhupinder Singh of Patiala bought the seventh largest diamond in the world, the De Beers diamond in 1889, when it was exhibited at the Paris Universal exhibition. 

This diamond was mined in South Africa in 1888 and thats how the famous story of the lost
Patiala Necklace begins.

Bhupinder Singh of Patiala was 34 when he decided to turn the De Beers diamond into an heirloom piece and commissioned Cartier to make a ceremonial necklace with the De Beers diamond being its centerpiece. 

The necklace was finally made in 1928 and it came to be known as the Patiala Necklace. It has five rows of platinum chains embellished with 2930 diamonds and some Burmese rubies. 

This was the most expensive piece of jewellery ever made in the history and it would have costed some $30million today in its original form.

It was in the year 1948, that the diamond
necklace sparked controversy after it went
missing from the Patiala royal treasury. 

For 32 years, there was no sign of this necklace, when suddenly the De Beers diamond reappeared at Sothebys auction in 1982. It was just the diamond without the necklace. 

A part of a necklace was then seen in an antique shop in London. Cartier later bought the necklace and replaced the missing stones with replicas.

The necklace @emmachamberlain is wearing is a different necklace and like many of the products Cartier make the piece is often loaned out. 

A huge thank you to @samkaurofficial for the original postImage attachmentImage attachment
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