The Spencer Tiara (aka the Honeysuckle tiara) has been in the Spencer family since the late 19th century. Wife of the 5th Earl Spencer in 1885 (& grandmother of Princess Diana) was capped w/ the crown at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. It has undergone some changes over the years & had not been seen in public since 1953. Princess Diana never wore it in public, preferring another tiara. Princesses Diana, Spencer Families, Spencer Tiaras, Crowns Jewels, Royals Jewels, Spencer Honeysuckle, Princess Diana, Royals Families, Honeysuckle Tiaras
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Honeysuckle Tiara. This is the second of the Spencer tiaras, which during the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton was on tour in America with the exhibition Diana: A Celebration.
Anhalt opal honeysuckle tiara. Either the original version of this tiara was entirely diamonds where flowers predated the hanging opal drops, or this is an adaptable tiara with multiple forms - see Diamonds III for the all-diamond version and the Tiaras - Adaptable for both forms.
Princess Annemarie of Bourbon-Parma, daughter in law of Princess Irene, wearing the Emerald Tiara with pearls on her wedding day, 2010
Antique Bridal Tiara / Crown, French, 1880s, Wax Floral Blossoms Wedding Crown, Honeysuckle, Orange Blossom. Exquisite Wedding Adornment. From mistyalbion
Spencer Tiara, but there's more than just this one. The Diana exhibit was undescriblable and more than jewelry and fashion
No woman is better than another. Every woman is a Queen, always wear your invisible tiara, ...but being a lady should feature