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Strathmore Rose Tiara Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the future Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) received it as a gift from her father, the Earl of Strathmore, for her wedding in 1923. The piece itself is likely older than that; it may have already been an antique when the Earl purchased it.

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This is the Strathmore Rose Tiara. Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the future Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) received it as a gift from her father, the Earl of Strathmore, for her wedding in 1923. The piece itself is likely older than that; it may have already been an antique when the Earl purchased it. The tiara features a garland of wild roses in diamonds mounted in silver and gold. Suzy Menkes states in The Royal Jewels that the individual elements can be removed and worn separately.

Queen of Sheba tiara. Part of the parure designed for Lady Colin Campbell, who wore it only to royal events.

Turquoise 1: "Persian Flames of Love" tiara. On her 21st birthday, Princess Margaret received from her mother the “Flames of Love” of Persian turquoises set in diamonds that the Queen herself had received as a wedding gift in 1923 from her father-in-law, King George V. (photo "Tiaras: A History of Splendour" by Geoffrey Munn)

Brazilian aquamarine and diamond tiara and necklace given by Brazilian president Getúlio Vargas as coronation gift to Queen Elizabeth II in 1953.

Kate Middleton's Cartier tiara given to her by Queen Elizabeth II. It was given to Queen Elizabeth by her mother.

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

The Crown of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. She wore it with the arches removed at her daughter's coronation in 1953.

Cartier Halo Scroll Tiara. Commissioned by King George VI while he was still the Duke of York for the Duchess of York (Queen Mother) in 1936. Queen Elizabeth II loaned this to Kate Middleton for her wedding to Prince William.