Aquamarine and Diamond Tiara, made by Garrards for Queen Elizabeth II. The large central stone was originally the pendant of the necklace given to The Queen by the President and People of Brazil in 1953 as a Coronation present. In 1971 the original tiara was adapted to take four scroll ornaments from an aquamarine and diamond jewel given to The Queen by the Governor of São Paulo in 1968. Queen Elizabeth, Aquamarines Crowns, Brazilian Aquamarines, Aquamarines Tiaras, Queenelizabeth Tiaras, Royal Crownsjewelstiara, Elizabeth Ii, Queens Elizabeth, Royal Jewels
Brazailian Aquamarine Tiara of Queen Elizabeth II.
St. Louis Relic Crown of the Holy Thorns The Louvre, Paris Purchased in 1239 from the emperor of Constantinople
Matt & Andrej Koymasky's Crowns Collection
Marienburg Castle, Hannover, Germany
Marienburg Castle, Hannover, Germany
Princess Madeleine of Sweden, Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland (Madeleine Thérèse Amelie Josephine; born Drottningholm, 10 June 1982), is the youngest child and second daughter of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden. Upon her birth, she was third in line of succession to the Swedish throne. After the birth of her niece, Princess Estelle in February 2012, she became fourth in line of succession Royal Families, Princess Madeleine, Amelie, Princesses Madeleine, Pearl Jewelry, Beauty, Zurich Switzerland, Fringes, Tiaras
Princess Madeleine of Sweden
Castle De Haar is located near Haarzuilens, in the province of Utrecht in the Netherlands. The current buildings, all built upon the original castle, date from 1892 and are the work of Dutch architect P.J.H. Cuypers, in a Neo-Gothic restoration project funded by the Rothschild family Dutch Castles, Dehaar, De Haar, Kasteel De, Travel, Places, Utrecht, Netherlands, Fairies Tales
Kasteel de Haar, the largest Castle of Holland
Castillo de Butrón Gatika Country, Spain
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.
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Castillo de Villena, Alicante, Spain
Petite Fleur de Lis Crown
To Indulge – A Gilded Life
Peles Castle - Romania
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.
Crown of Napoleon at The Louvre, Paris, France
Cartier Aigrette - Belle Epoque, c. 1913, aigrette tiaras became the rage in women’s fashion. They came in wing shapes for the opera, and egret feathers, real or expressed in jewels, were attached to magnificent diamond tiaras. (here real feathers attached to diamond tiara circlet diadem) Epoque Aigrette, Aigrette Tiaras, Duchess Of Cambridge, Art Nouveau, Tiaras By Cartier, Paris Belle Epoque, Belle Epoque Fashion, Art Deco, Fine Jewelry
Belle Epoque aigrette tiara complete with ostrich plumes
French royal sapphires, tiara from Empress Josephine, later worn by Queen Horthense & Queen Marie Amelie of the France.
Cartier Paris, 1908. Diamonds, pearls and platinum. Part of the personal jewelry of Princess Grace of Monaco from the time of her 1956 wedding to Prince Rainier III. Princesses Grace, Personalized Jewelry, Crowns Tiaras, Rainier Iii, Halo Tiaras, Crowns Jewels, Prince Rainier, Platinum Halo, Royal Jewels
The Palace of the Legion of Honor is the first American museum to feature the personal jewelry of Princess Grace of Monaco from the time of her 1956 wedding to Rainier III, Prince of Monaco