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Diademas

Considerada símbolo de la autoridad real, la diadema es una pieza de joyería magnífica gracias al trabajo de Masriera, Mellerio, Cartier, Boucheron.

The Bourbon Parme Tiara: Created in 1919 by Joseph Chaumet of diamonds set in platinum.

2012年07月 : 友くんのパリ蚤の市散歩

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French Crown jewels: Sapphire parure

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A close-up of Princess Margaret wearing the Grand Duchess Marie Feodorovna of Russia's Diamond and Sapphire Bandeau The tiara was sold by Princess Nicholas of Greece (the former Grand Duchess Helena Vladimirovna) in 1921 to Queen Mary,while the Greek royal family was living in exile in Paris. This close up shows the patterning of the diamonds.

La reina Victoria Eugenia, poseyó una de las mejores colecciones de joyas de su época, el rey Alfonso XIII encargaba una pieza por cada infidelidad, por lo que joyero de la Reina se convirtió en un auténtico tesoro.

La reina Victoria Eugenia con la Tiara Garland

LUIS MASRIERA: espectacular tiara realizada entre 1901 y 1910, que también puede ser utilizada como brazalete, en oro amarillo y platino con 503 diamantes que suman 12,5 quilates en total. - See more at: www.hoyesarte.com...

In August 1936, Queen Mary gave her fringe tiara to Queen Elizabeth. See late pins for history of this tiara and how it gets confused with the George III tiara, and of the tiara being worn by the present Queen

A RARE ANTIQUE PRESSED GLASS PARURE The parure comprising a tiara with two mounts, a pair of bracelets, a necklace and a pair of earrings, each composed of a row of blue pressed glass cameo's variating in size, depicting philosophers, classical gods and various scenes after the antiques, within borders of cannetille work and filigree mounts, French, circa 1800, fitted case

Black-eyed Susan diadem. Horn, enamel, and moonstones. c. 1902, at the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon, Portugal.

Luis Masriera ( 1872-1958).

Countess Mountbatten (nee Edwina Ashley), dressed for the Coronation of 1937, in Art Deco jewellery, photographed by Yevonde

Barbara Hutton wearing the queen Amelie of Portugal Ruby Necklace converted to a tiara and the double-stranded golden yellow Japanese Pearl Necklace

the Duchess of Kent wearing a sapphire parure, which i believe, belonged to Queen Mary. and a different sapphire tiara of unknown origin

Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark (born Princess Alice of Battenberg). Tragicall the Tiara is now dis-assembled.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday (on a Friday): Queen Margherita's Musy Tiara-here worn by Crown Princess Maria Jose, later last Queen of Italy

The Greek Emerald Parure Tiara | A Tiara a Day-originally owned by Grand Duchess Olga Constantinovna of Russia when she married King George !, they are still owned by the Greek Royal Family; hotos (clockwise from top left): Queen Elisabeth of Greece; Queen Anne-Marie of Greece; Queen Anne-Marie of Greece; Queen Anne-Marie of Greece; Queen Friederike of Greece

From "Tiaras" V exhibit, London

The Laurel Hedge: Channelling Grannie

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Queen Elizabeth at variety performance by romanbenedikhanson, via Flickr-November 1, 1954