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    The Aquamarine Pineflower Tiara

    Halo Scroll Tiara: made by Cartier( 1936), purchased by the Duke of York three weeks before he became King George VI, and she became Queen Elizabeth (the future Queen Mother). She soon passed the tiara on to her daughter, Princess Elizabeth who has never worn it publicly. The Queen has made a practice of lending it out however; first to Princess Margaret, then Princess Anne. After a few decades' rest, the tiara made its most famous appearance to date: anchoring the bridal veil of Kate Middleton

    The Teck Crescent Tiara of Queen Elizabeth II.

    Queen Elizabeth's Brazilian Aquamarine Tiara

    Romanov's Jewelry

    Romanov's Jewelry

    The Braganza Tiara

    The Harcourt Tiara Emeralds and diamonds - seven graduated step-cut emeralds set within sprays of diamond flowerheads and leaves, running between borders of continuous diamond collets and ribbon motifs, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1900

    beautiful diamond tiara

    The tiara (part of the French Crown Jewels) once belonged to the Duchesse of Angoulieme, Marie Therese. It was also featured as the cover tiara on the book, “Tiara, a History of Splendour”.

    Provenance: Royal Family of Spain. A white gold band with three points featuring openwork of three stylized lilies set with brilliant cut diamonds. Chaumet.


    The Teck Turquoise Tiara.

    The Danish Emerald Parure Tiara

    Royal family of England jewels

    Princess Marie Bonaparte, now Princess George of Greece. Cartier c1907. Fresh fruit on a branch of olive with a large diamond drop in the center symbolizing bountiful blessings. This tiara can be work with or without the center diamond. Pin without the center drop in Tiaras I. (Albion Art Collection) Another lovely Cartier tiara.

    Queen Victoria Eugenia's Aquamarine Tiara

    Royal family of England jewels

    Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg's Art Deco Tiara.

    The Rundell Tiara and Parure - wedding present to Princess Alexandra on her marriage to the Prince of Wales (the future Edward Vii).