The Pink Star is the largest internally flawless pink diamond that the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has ever graded

The £40million pink sparkler

The Pink Star is the largest internally flawless pink diamond that the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has ever graded

The trademark tiara of the Queens of Malaysia is known as the Gandik Diraja. Crafted from platinum and diamonds, it incorporates several traditional motifs: a central star with a crescent and the swirling “awan larat” design. The current version was remounted from a previous diadem by Garrard in 1984 and is designed to break down into a locket and set of brooches.

The trademark tiara of the Queens of Malaysia is known as the Gandik Diraja. Crafted from platinum and diamonds, it incorporates several traditional motifs: a central star with a crescent and the swirling “awan larat” design. The current version was remounted from a previous diadem by Garrard in 1984 and is designed to break down into a locket and set of brooches.

PRINCESS FRANZISKA DIAMOND TIARA: Large diamonds set in silver, a gift to Countess Franziska of Wrbna and Freudenthal (1799-1863) by her husband Prince Karl of Liechtenstein (1790-1865). Neither of their sons married and died without legitimate issue. Unknown if the tiara remained in Liechtenstein royal family. Provenance; sold in 1982 at Sotheby's auction in Geneva for 300,000 Swiss francs.

PRINCESS FRANZISKA DIAMOND TIARA: Large diamonds set in silver, a gift to Countess Franziska of Wrbna and Freudenthal (1799-1863) by her husband Prince Karl of Liechtenstein (1790-1865). Neither of their sons married and died without legitimate issue. Unknown if the tiara remained in Liechtenstein royal family. Provenance; sold in 1982 at Sotheby's auction in Geneva for 300,000 Swiss francs.

Crown of Scotland | the scottish crown jewels better known as the honours of scotland are ...

Crown of Scotland | the scottish crown jewels better known as the honours of scotland are ...

This tiara originally belonged to Queen Amelia of Portugal, although we don't know if it was made especially for her.

This tiara originally belonged to Queen Amelia of Portugal, although we don't know if it was made especially for her.

DELHI DURBAR TIARA~ worn by Queen Mary to the Durbar in Delhi on 1911, to mark the succession of King George V to the throne. Part of the Queen's parure of emeralds and diamonds made for the occasion by Garrards which also included a necklace (2), stomacher, brooch (7), bracelet (8) and earrings (9). Cullinan V (6) and Cullinan VIII (emerald-cut stone in 4) were worn as part of the stomacher. Queen Mary wore the stomacher with Cullinan VIII separating the two emeralds of the brooch in image…

DELHI DURBAR TIARA~ worn by Queen Mary to the Durbar in Delhi on 1911, to mark the succession of King George V to the throne. Part of the Queen's parure of emeralds and diamonds made for the occasion by Garrards which also included a necklace (2), stomacher, brooch (7), bracelet (8) and earrings (9). Cullinan V (6) and Cullinan VIII (emerald-cut stone in 4) were worn as part of the stomacher. Queen Mary wore the stomacher with Cullinan VIII separating the two emeralds of the brooch in image…

Current display at Kensington Palace of dress worn by Queen Victoria on her wedding day to Prince Albert in 1840.

Current display at Kensington Palace of dress worn by Queen Victoria on her wedding day to Prince Albert in 1840.

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