pink topaz demi-parure which was given to Marie Pavlovna on the occasion of her wedding to the Duke of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach. It was a gift from her father, Czar Paul I of Russia. It passed to her daughter Augusta, the Empress of Germany, then to Augusta’s daughter Louise, Grand Duchess of Baden, and then to the Grand Duchess’ daughter, Queen Viktoria of Sweden in 1923, when it became part of the Bernadotte collection. It is created from the finest of Russian pink topazes.
The Savoy pink topaz parure: tiara, necklace, earrings, & brooch (Italy)
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The "lost tiara" that Princess Alice wore to King Edward VII's wedding. This tiara is made by Köchert, called the "Byzantine" diadem, with its harmonious juxtapositions of diamonds and pearls, was judged impeccable and won for Köchert the first prize for jewelery at the World Exhibition.
A wedding gift from Napoleon III to Empress Eugenie on the occasion of their marriage. Currently housed in the Louvre.
Yellow and white diamond tiara
A BELLE EPOQUE SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND TIARA The base designed as an openwork wreath of diamond-set laurel leaves, centering upon a circular-cut diamond collet, surmounted by a series of graduated cushion-shaped sapphires in diamond-set clusters, a diamond-set wavy line and alternated diamond and sapphire collets on top, Carrington and Co, about 1910. Image christies
The Burmese Rose Tiara, part of Queen Elizabeth's collection.
Property of a lady of title CARTIER A MAGNIFICENT DIAMOND TIARA Of kokoshnik inspiration, articulated openwork design of millegrain quadrilobe motifs, set throughout with cushion-shaped diamonds, with larger stones in clusters at intervals, the mount hinged and sprung, mounted in platinum, ca. 1922, in a contemporary red Morocco case Signed Cartier, Paris Londres New York, numbered With a certificate of authenticity by Cartier. At auction 2002, not sold, Phillips de Pury & Co., NYC
The Grace Kelly Tiara; worn by Princess Grace on her daughter Princess Caroline's wedding in 1978. Platinum set with pear-shaped diamonds, marquise-shaped diamonds and round diamonds, weighing 77.34 carats. Today this tiara is in Van Cleef & Arpels’ Private Collection.
Gloucester Honeysuckle Tiara (diamond honeysuckle center setting), United Kingdom (ca. 1913-1914; made by Garrards; diamonds).
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Lady Mountbatten’s Tiara - Thought to have been made around 1910 by a Chaumet or Cartier, it is pierced and millegrain-set with circular-cut diamonds in a meandering scroll and trefoil motifs. Set in platinum, its fluid symmetry setting it apart from the more formal designs. The tiara and jewels were passed on to Lady Mountabatten’s daughter, Lady Pamela Hicks nee Mountbatten, who was a bridesmaid in her cousin Duke Philip’s wedding to the future Queen Elizabeth in 1947.
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