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Crown of Electress Maria Josepha, consort of King Augustus III, Poland (1733; silver-gilt, crystals). Originally, embellished with diamonds and pearls.

Weekend Bonus: The Queen Mary Fringe Tiara | A Tiara a Day-Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (1900-2002) wears the Queen Mary Fringe Tiara. She also wears two necklaces: the Queen Victoria Diamond Collet Necklace, worn by the last four British queens at their coronations, plus a longer collet necklace that was a gift from her husband, King George VI

DIAMOND TIARA, EARLY 19TH CENTURY. Designed as two confronting sprays of oak leaves tapering from the centre, set throughout with old mine diamonds, accompanied by fitted case stamped Carrington & Co. Jewellers, 130 Regent St., London .W. inner circumference approximately 370mm, may also be worn as four brooches. see w/ brooches on this board.

Imperial Crown of Russia created for the coronation of Catherine the Great, Russian Crown Jewels

Empress Josephine's Coronation Diadem

The coronation crown of Louis XV. It was originally set with the Regent and Sancy Diamonds, the Sancy being the larger stone at the top of the crown in the fleur-de-lis. The Regent is in the circlet on the front of the crown.

The Black Prince’s Ruby One of the most famous rubies in the world, this ruby weighs around 170 carats and is the size of a chicken egg. It is one of the oldest known jewels in the United Kingdom and dates back to the mid 14th century.

This rare ruby and diamond tiara comes from the Ottoman Empire, Turkey, c. 1800

Russian Crown Jewels. I'll take one, please!

Cameo tiara made for Empress Josephine by Marie-Etienne Nitot 1811