The Queen has a specialist jewelller who cleans the stones and settings as and when required (mostly once a year but favoured pieces may need a second or third clean - the Queen is expected to glisten!). This jeweller is from the unnamed goblin jewel makers and it is rumoured in the realm at large there is a battle to the death between the two top candidates as to who gets the post. The goblins as a whole have denied that rumour, stating that they arrange the matter between themselves and then have secret ballot on it. However, they have found this is nowhere near as interesting a story and the annoying rumours persist, not helped by Roherum insisting as the goblins won’t say who the jewellers are there must be a conspirary meaning the duel theory must be true too. There is no logic to that - just because one thing is true doesn’t mean everything is true - but Roherum generally does not do logic. This surprises nobody.
The Queen thoroughly enjoys choosing what gowns and jewels to wear (unlike Eileen who wears practical separates especially when flying and for whom any nice bracelet will do, colour co-ordinating is generally wasted on this woman). The royal maids enjoy assisting their sovereign with this. Occasionally Roxannadrell will allow her closest maids to try on a piece or two of royal jewellery (though it has to be put back immediately). These times are the nearest things the Queen gets to girlish confidences. Best of all from the monarch’s viewpoint there is no Council involvement at all. The main State Crown was worn for her coronation of course and is used for the start of each political year opening, just like our State Opening of Parliament. The Queen does not wear fur of any description but has more silk than Eileen considers decent for any woman to own.