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  • Anita Cage

    The Strathmore Rose Tiara was given to Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon as a gift from her father (the Earl of Strathmore) for her wedding in 1923, though the piece itself dates before that. The tiara beatures a garland of wild roses in diamonds mounted in silver and gold, and the elements can be dismounted and used as brooches. It passed to Queen Elizabeth II on the Queen Mother's death in 2002.

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    British Royal Jewels: the Strathmore Rose Tiara. Lady Elizabeth Bowes Lyon received it as a wedding gift from father in 1923.

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