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Close up of the Percy tiara, (Dukes of Northumberland)

Grand Tiara of the House of Nassau. First third of the 19th century. Collection Grand Ducal Court of Luxembourg. (C) iMedia.

Diamond and Pearl Cartier Tiara| Princess Anastasia of Greece Above, a Diamond loop tiara, worn by Princess Anastasia of Greece, made for her by Cartier in 1913 when she was Mrs. Leeds. The pear-shaped diamonds in this magnificent jewels weighed 70,16 ct, the pendant pearls 221 gr. , she wore it together with a valuable string of pearls and bracelets. This tiara is similar to the loop tiara of Grand Duchess Vladimir, now in the possession of Queen Elisabeth II.ROYAL MAGAZIN

Info: This tiara belonged to Princess Louise of Schleswig-Holstein, now in the possession of the Duke of Gloucester. Princess Louise was a godmother to the Duke, so it’s likely he inherited the tiara and has been worn by the Duchess of Gloucester. Creator: Cartier Stone(s): Diamond, Pearl, Blue Sapphire

Countess of Paris' Art Deco tiara, by Mellerio dits Meller - sapphire and diamonds mounted on white gold - given in 1931 to Isabelle of Orléans-Braganza for her marriage to Henri d'Orleans (later Earl of Paris / 1908-1999) by monarchists who subscribed to its purchase.

Lichtenstien "Kinsky" tiara.The honeysuckle tiara was a gift from Prince Ferdinand Kinsky to his wife Princess Marie of Liechtenstein around 1870.