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The Queen Mother`s Greville Diamond Bow brooch. An unusually large & lively brooch by Boucheron of Paris, made in 1900 of diamonds, silver & gold. It was bequeathed by Mrs Greville to Queen Elizabeth in 1942 & was not often worn. It now belongs to the Queen.
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Rose Cut Diamond Bandeau (aka the Diamond Bandeau Tiara) was created for Queen Juliana (Netherlands) using large diamonds her grandmother, Queen Emma, received as a wedding gift. Initially, 34 of these giant gems were set in a necklace. The royal family may have had the necklace altered into a shorter form before the diamonds were set into this tiara with a simple platinum frame. The tiara was first seen on Queen Juliana in 1937
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The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Rose Cut Diamond Bandeau
This more delicate fringe tiara was a 10th wedding anniversary gift to Queen Silvia, from King Carl XVI Gustaf, in 1986
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Modern Fringe Tiara, Sweden (1986; diamonds).
King Carl XVI Gustaf modern fringe tiara (Princess Madeleine of Sweden)
King Carl Gustav's Fringe tiara. (Sweden)
Originally made with sixteen of the Cambridge Emeralds as part of the Delhi Durbar Parure, matching the necklace and bracelet, it was re-modeled for Queen Mary (of Teck) in the 1920s using the same emeralds and brilliant-cut diamonds, but set in platinum in the Art Deco style.
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Originally made with sixteen of the Cambridge Emeralds as part of the Delhi Durbar Parure, matching the necklace and bracelet, it was re-modeled for Queen Mary (of Teck) in the 1920s using the same emeralds and brilliant-cut diamonds, but set in platinum in the Art Deco style. (=)
Lovely clear photo of the Musy tiara - Italian royal family - in its pearl rosette form
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Musy Tiara 1904 : tiara of diamonds and pearls Musy created for Queen Margherita of Savoy of Italy. The design of this gem includes five lire shaped elements and four interleaved arches enclosing pearl rosettes, nine in all, they are removable and can be replaced by smaller diamond solitaires . Probably the most versatile design as it can be used for at least six or seven different ways.
Queen Mother Golden Jubilee Brooch ( Queen Elizabeth’s brooch is a festoon design of diamonds with a pearl centre and a pearl drop hanging from a looped chain of diamond collets. It was a gift to Queen Victoria in 1897 from the members of her household in celebration of her golden jubilee. She left it to the crown in 1901. It came to Queen Elizabeth in 1936.
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Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee Brooch. Queen Elizabeth’s brooch is a festoon design of diamonds with a pearl centre and a pearl drop hanging from a looped chain of diamond collets. It was a gift to Queen Victoria in 1897 from the members of her household in celebration of her golden jubilee. She left it to the crown in 1901. It came to Queen Elizabeth in 1936. Our replica is as near as possible to the original piece. It is finished in silver plating. Item Number: 71006
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Tiara Mania: Pearl Fleur de Lys Tiara worn by Queen Letizia of Spain - perfect tiara for her
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Tiara Mania: Pearl Fleur de Lys Tiara worn by Queen Letizia of Spain - perfect tiara for her love the makeup colours
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An impressive tiara owned by the German Princely Family of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn.
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Alexandra, Princess Sayn Wittgenstein Sayn wed Carl, Prince zu Oettingen Wallerstein in 1994. The bride wore a very ornate diamond tiara.
An impressive Diamond Tiara owned by the German princely family of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn.
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The Braganza tiara 34 years apart, first time and last time Queen Silvia wore the tiara Photo 1, Queen Silvia 1976 Photo 2; Queen Silvia at Crown Princess Wedding 2010
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From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault; Queen Elizabeth in 1950, wearing all five strands of the Greville Festoon Necklace and the Greville Tiara for a Dutch state visit
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The spectacular Greville Tiara, left to the Queen’s mother by society hostess Mrs Ronnie Greville.
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The spectacular Greville Tiara, left to the Queen’s mother by society hostess Mrs Ronnie Greville
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The crown of Empress Kunigunde, one of the few remaining crowns from the Middle Ages. In Morgan O'Neill's time travel series, Queen Adelaide has a crown of amethysts.
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The Kunigunde Crown. The crown belonged to the wife of the Holy Roman Emperor Henry II (Henry, Duke of Bavaria), the Empress Kunigunde. This crown was made around the early 10th century.
Crown of Kunigunde of Luxembourg, Empress consort of Emperor Henry II, Holy Roman Empire (early 10th c.; gold, sapphires, amethysts, pearls, carnelians, peridots, topazes).
Farha’s favorite tiara.
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royal crowns and tiaras -The metal used for the frame of the tiara is platinum, and unlike other tiaras the base of this tiara is double arched. The jewels used on the tiara are diamonds
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Farah Pahlavi of Iran's favorite tiara; her wedding tiara
"The Iranian Crown Jewels Farha’s Favorite Tiara, This tiara was also designed and manufactured by Harry Winston Inc. the New York Jewelersi in 1958. The metal used for the frame of the tiara is platinum--- the base of this tiara is double arched.. The jewels used on the tiara are diamonds and emeralds.The diamonds used are of three different colors – pink, yellow and colorless." (quote)
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The formal crown of Marie Antoinette, to be worn for official ceremonies. She had other tiaras and crowns for other occasions.
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"The formal crown of Marie Antoinette, to be worn for official ceremonies. She had other tiaras and crowns for other occasions." Doubtful.
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Prussia - The House of Hohenzollern Royal Pink Topaz Parure, Early 19th Century. Consisting of a tiara, a pair of pendant earrings, a necklace, a stomacher and a hinged bangle, all composed of gold, silver pink topaz and diamonds.
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Prussia - The House of Hohenzollern Royal Pink Topaz Parure, Early 19th Century. Consisting of a tiara, a pair of pendant earrings, a necklace, a stomacher and a hinged bangle, all composed of gold, silver pink topaz and diamonds. #Hohenzollern #Royal #PinkTopaz
Tiara Mania: Fife Tiara. This tiara was probably designed by Oscar Massin because it is almost exactly like his tiara for the Exposition Universelle of 1878 in Paris. The only difference being the shape of some of the diamonds. Diamonds mounted in gold and set in silver, the pear-shaped diamonds in the middle move freely.
The Fife Tiara was a gift to Princess Louise,The Princess Royal, eldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, and Duchess of Fife, by her husband Alexander Duff, Duke of Fife, on the occasion of their marriage in 1889.
The jewels of the Duchess were bought by her husband Edward (the former King Edward VIII) or herself. The only pieces given to the Duchess by the Royal family were the pearls of Queen Mary as a final gesture towards her son Edward and his wife, as somewhat of an apology.
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Yellow Diamonds -- The Duchess of Windsor collection
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1912 The Olga Aquamarine and diamond necklace by Cartier, formerly belonging to Princess Paley.
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The Olga Aquamarine and diamond necklace, formerly belonging to Princess Paley. Cartier 1912.
Ornement de corsage en aigue-marine et diamants faisant partie de la parure d’Olga, Princess Paley - Cartier, 1912 © Célébration du bijou, édition La bibliothèque des Arts.
Fine and Important Aquamarine and diamond corsage ornament, Cartier, 1912 In the garland style centering on a cushion-shaped aquamarine drop within an open work millegrain surround of circular-, single- and rose-cut diamonds suspended from a pair of oval aquamarine brooches within open work lozenge shaped frames to a millegrain-set connecting chain, drop and detachable brooches. Formerly in the collection of Olga, Princess Paley, Countess Hohenfelsen
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The Luxembourg Empire Tiara was first worn in 1919 by Grand Duchess Charlotte at her marriage to Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma.
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A crown for Queen Cersei - The Luxembourg Empire Diamond Tiara
The largest tiara in use. the Empire tiara. of the Royal family of Luxembourg - The Luxembourg Empire Tiara was first worn in 1919 by Grand Duchess Charlotte at her marriage to Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma. Its origin was either through her grandfather's first wife Elizabeth Mikhailovna of Russia or her aunt Hilda of Baden. The tiara has descended to the current Grand Duchess Maria Therese.
Tiaras from the royal collection. From left: The Duchess of Teck Diamond Tiara, the Strathmore Rose, and the Delhi Durbar.
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Royal Tiaras Up Close The Duchess of Teck Rose and Crescent Tiara, the Strathmore Rose Tiara and the Delhi Durbar Tiara rest on display. In 1998 the HM Queen Elizabeth II loaned all three to be displayed for the first time at a charity event.
A discussion on the royal jewels of the world board brought to light that the Teck Crescent tiara had been given by Queen Mary to Elizabeth, Queen Consort of George VI in 1937. This was later inherited by Queen Elizabeth II in 2002 and had been since 'been loaned to the Duchess of Cornwall'. We may see it again at some point in the future with any luck.
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Royal Tiaras Up Close The Duchess of Teck Rose and Crescent Tiara, the Strathmore Rose Tiara and the Delhi Durbar Tiara rest on display. In 1998 the Queen loaned all three to be displayed for the first time for a charity event.
Queen Maria Christina's Cartier Loop Tiara (Spain). Made of Diamonds and Pearls, presented to Archduchess Maria Christina of Austria for her 1879 wedding to King Alfonso Xll of Spain.
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The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: Queen Maria Christina’s Cartier Loop Tiara
Queen Maria Christina's Cartier loop tiara, owned by the Spanish royal family.
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The tiara worn by Tsarina Alexandra, a large Russian kokoshnik, with multiple pear-shaped diamonds, both top and bottom.
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Kokoshnik worn by Tsarina Alexandra
The Hapsburg Fringe Tiara seems to be the only major tiara left in the Princely vaults from the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Likely made in the 1870s, it can be converted into a necklace. It is believed to have been a present of Prince Ferdinand Bonaventura Kinsky of Wchinitz und Tettau (1834-1904) to his wife Princess Marie of Liechtenstein (1835-1905).
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Liechtenstein | "I don't recall an occasion where the honeysuckle tiara was worn as a necklace. It was such a lovely wedding tiara for Princesses Tatjana and Angela; and Princess Marie chose it for the pre-wedding reception of Prince Alois and Princess Sophie in Nymphenburg. Princess Sophie hasn't worn it so far, or did she? Unfortunately there are so few pictures of the Liechtenstein Ladies wearing tiaras ..." ~ VeronikaN, Royal Jewels of the World
The honeysuckle tiara was a gift from Prince Ferdinand Kinsky to his wife Princess Marie of Liechtenstein. Circa 1870.
Lichtenstien: Kinsky Honeysuckle tiara - 1870. It was a gift from Prince Ferdinand Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau to his wife Princess Marie of Liechtenstein. The current Princess of Liechtenstein was born Countess Marie Aglaë Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau, and some suspect that her husband, Prince Hans-Adam II, bought the Kinsky tiara for his wife at some point in the 1980s or 1990s. The family continues to wear it at weddings.
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Fleur de Lys Tiara with diamonds set in platinum made by Ansorena in 1906 and features the symbol of the House of Bourbon.