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    Spencer Honeysuckle Tiara

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    • Helen Lane

      Spencer Tiara: At the exhibition "Diana, a Celebration," a diadem of the Spencer family has reappeared. Thus, "Spencer Tiara" also called honeysuckle tiara is in the Spencer family since the late 19th century. It has undergone a few changes over the years and had not been seen in public since 1953. Princess Diana never wore it in public, preferring a less bulky family tiara she wore at her wedding

    • Tina Rhodes

      British: The Spencer/Honeysuckle Tiara, c 1885. Has been in the Spencer family since the late 19th century. Wife of the 5th Earl Spencer, the grandmother of Princess Diana, wore it at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. It has undergone some changes over the years & had not been seen in public since 1953.

    • Mary Evans

      This is the Honeysuckle Tiara, the OTHER Spencer tiara. It has been in the Spencer family since at least 1885. Princess Diana was never seen in public wearing it. http://theroyalpost.com/2011/10/28/the-spencer-tiaras/

    • Vickie Howard

      The Spencer family ‘Honeysuckle’ tiara-Diana NEVER wore this, she preferred the other family tiara because this one was too difficult to wear.

    • Pat Alcorn

      The Spencer family ‘Honeysuckle’ tiara, which Diana apparently did not wear in public, preferring the other family tiara.

    • Annette Young

      The Spencer Tiara, or the Honeysuckle tiara, is has been in the Spencer family since the late 19th century. Wife of the 5th Earl Spencer in 1885 & the grandmother of Princess Diana, was capped with 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.

    • Mandy Hillier

      famous royal tiaras | ... Royal Jewels: British Nobillity Jewels: The Spencer Honeysuckle Tiara

    • Christina Eilsø Nielsen

      The Spencer family ‘Honeysuckle’ tiara,

    • jlf

      Diamond Tiara - Spencer Tiara

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