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French amethyst tiara, circa 1820-1830

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Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna, Duchess of Coburg (1853-1920)

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Closeup of Queen of Sheba tiara. Part of the parure designed for Lady Colin Campbell, who wore it only to royal events.

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Tiara, Cartier London, 1937, Platinum, round old-cut diamonds, oval and fancy-cut aquamarines

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Castro Dragonfly Tiara, Italy, circa 1900; made by Chaumet; rubies, diamonds, gold.

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Princess Isabella de Ligne de La Trémoïlle. Belgian noble house of Ligne. The tiara, created by Holemans, was set with a large central aquamarine (73.28 carats) book-ended by smaller aquamarines and 360 brilliant-cut diamonds in white gold.

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A 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 cameos in various sizes, depicting philosophers, classical gods, and various scenes after the antiques, within borders of cannetille work and filigree mounts, French, circa 1800, w/fitted case.

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Kent Aquamarine Tiara (new form), United Kingdom (aquamarines, pearls, diamonds).

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Pearl Poire Tiara. Made in Berlin in 1825. Queen Louise of Denmark left it to the Danish Royal Property Trust 1926

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modern tiara with amethysts by Galleri Castens

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Royal tiaras

The Most Valuable Tiaras In The World

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Royal Pink Topaz Parure. History: Princess Louise of Queen (1808-1870), Prince Frederick Louise of the Netherlands, Princess Louisa Carl XV of Sweden (1828-1871), to the descendants of the other and her daughter Louise of Prussia and Queen (1776-1810), Princess Louise Frederick VIII of Denmark (1851-1926), Princess Marie Louise Prince Shaomuberuku = Lippe (1875-1906), Prince Frederick of Prussia, Sigismund Princess Louise (1897-1938), and Pushinsesu-of- Prussia (1971-2009).

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DIAMOND TIARA, LATE 19TH CENTURY Of ribbon bow design, set with old mine-cut and pear-shaped diamonds together weighing approximately 14.00 carats, mounted in silver-topped gold, inner circumference approximately 255mm, one tiny diamond deficient.

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Crown of Queen Marie of Romania

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FORMERLY IN THE COLLECTION OF COUNTESS COSTANZA PASOLINI ZANELLI MAGNAGUTI Diamond tiara, late 19th century Designed as three floral sprays, set with cushion-shaped, circular-cut and rose diamonds, inner circumference approximately 226mm, each spray detachable and may be worn as a brooch, fitted case.

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the mikimoto crown

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Moonstone Tiara

Colored Diamond Info - Index

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pink topaz demi-parure which was given to Marie Pavlovna on the occasion of her wedding to the Duke of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach. It was a gift from her father, Czar Paul I of Russia. It passed to her daughter Augusta, the Empress of Germany, then to Augusta’s daughter Louise, Grand Duchess of Baden, and then to the Grand Duchess’ daughter, Queen Viktoria of Sweden in 1923, when it became part of the Bernadotte collection. It is created from the finest of Russian pink topazes.

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Amethyst parure, formerly property of Queen Mary, sold by her daughter in law queen Elizabeth the late queen mother

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Sapphire and Diamond Tiara of the Barberini family c1850. The Barberini Palazzo created in 1633 today houses the National Gallery of Ancient Art in Rome.

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Anne Boleyn Sapphire Tiara Anne Boleyn was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the second wife of King Henry VIII and Marquess of Pembroke in her own right

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Anne Boleyn ruby headband

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Edwardian platinum and diamond tiara by Dodd, London, in the garland design: sets of old cut diamonds circling around a bright focal diamond with foliate diamond accents. Images and information from Ageless Heirlooms blog (www.agelessheirlo...)

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