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Cartier is responsible for this gem and it features aquamarines set in a pine cone motif interspersed with rectangular stones. This piece originally belonged to the Queen Mother. It was an anniversary gift from her husband, King George VI. George Vi, King George, Anniversaries Gifts, Crowns Jewels, Royals Jewels, Aquamarines Pineflow, Princesses Anne, Pineflow Tiaras, Queen Mothers
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The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Floral Aigrette Tiara from Denmark. It's actually three separate pieces can can be worn on a frame like a traditional tiara, or in any combination of three different pieces. And if you're going to spend money on a tiara, it had better be flexible!
The Ruby Peacock Tiara: Made for Queen Wilhelmina in 1897, it’s probably most closely associated with Beatrix’s sister, Princess Irene, who wore the tiara many times. But Irene ran into some royal roadblocks when she lost her succession rights – and left the country for nearly 20 years – after her controversial marriage to Prince Carlos of Bourbon-Parma in the 1960s. The tiara gathered dust for some time before it was brought out again by Princess Maxima.
The Aquamarine Pineflower Tiara: Cartier is responsible for this gem and it features aquamarines set in a pine cone motif interspersed with rectangular stones. This piece originally belonged to the Queen Mother. It was an anniversary gift from her husband, King George VI. Among her collection, this wasn't a real favorite. She didn't wear it often before gifting it to her granddaughter, Princess Anne. Anne had the gem altered at some point; she shortened it to make it easier to wear.
Princess Anne, the Princess Royal, wearing the aquamarine pine cone or flower tiara. Looks like she's altered it a bit.
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