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Greek Royal Jewels - The Turquoise Parure Formerly in the possession of Queen Olga of Greece

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.

Crown of the Noble Princess of Ossetia

A wedding gift from Napoleon III to Empress Eugenie on the occasion of their marriage. Currently housed in the Louvre.

Provenance: Royal Family of Spain. A white gold band with three points featuring openwork of three stylized lilies set with brilliant cut diamonds. Chaumet.

Colored Diamond Info - Index

Diamond and ruby tiara - anything known about this?

Ruby & Sappire collection - 01

Royal Tiara

Chaumet -- that bottom row is so unusual! (Photo from the Chaumet archives via Diamonds and Rhubarb.) Display tiaras at Chaumet.

Diamonds and Rhubarb ®: French Jewelry Today, Part 6-Chaumet

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.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Readers' Top 15 Tiaras: #13. The Spencer Tiara

The Dutch court authorized the release of this close up of the Dutch sapphire tiara as worn by Queen Maxima of the Netherlands during the inauguration.

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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