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This is the Strathmore Rose Tiara. Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the future Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) received it as a gift from her father, the Earl of Strathmore, for her wedding in 1923. The piece itself is likely older than that; it may have already been an antique when the Earl purchased it. The tiara features a garland of wild roses in diamonds mounted in silver and gold. Suzy Menkes states in The Royal Jewels that the individual elements can be removed and worn separately.
The Russian Fringe owned by Queen Elizabeth II
The ROSBERY PEARLS These will be auctioned by Christie's London on June 8. They belonged Countess of Rosbery nee de Rothschild. This pearl and diamond bracelet, brooch, and tiara are one of the finest pieces of Victorian jewellery ever made. In a private collection for the last 140 years museums are expected to bid.
Princess Margaret Poltimore Tiara Princess Margaret wore this tiara at her 1960 wedding to Mr. Antony Armstrong-Jones. Called the Poltimore Tiara, it is a Garrard design created in the 1870s for Florence, Lady Poltimore, the wife of the second Baron Poltimore (Treasurer to Queen Victoria's household from 1872-1874).