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Crown of Imperial Russia
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Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara. Designed and executed in 1913 by E. Wolff Co. for the royal jewellers, Garrards, for a commission from Queen Mary.
More British Royal Tiaras - The Tudors Wiki
Castillo de Villena, Alicante, Spain
The King George IV State Diadem, was made in 1820 for his coronation. This huge and heavy diadem includes 1333 diamonds and 169 pearls. The diadem was worn at the coronation of both Queen Victoria in 1838 and Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Traditionally, Her Majesty wears the diadem every year for the State Opening of the Parliament.
Belle Epoque aigrette tiara complete with ostrich plumes
Diadem 1810 Gold, silver, pink diamond, small diamonds. Moscow. It may have belonged to Elisabeth Aleksandrovna, the wife of Aleksander I.
Egeskov Castle, Funen, Denmark
Grand Duchess Vladimir's diamond circles, now owned by the British royal family. Surely one of the most iconic and beautiful tiaras. I always thought I preferred it with the pearls, but I saw a video of the Queen wearing it with the emeralds and it looked utterly amazing with the flash of vivid green amongst the diamonds.
The Queen laughing as she passes her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh in uniform. Fabulous!