A wedding present for Princess May of Teck (the future Queen Mary) from the ‘Girls of Great Britain and Ireland’, bought with money raised by a committee chaired by Lady Eve Greville in 1893. It could also be worn as a necklace.

The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. Given to Queen Mary for her wedding from a committee of girls, it is favored by Queen Elizabeth who calls it "Granny's tiara."

Lady Mountbatten’s Tiara

Opals and diamonds tiara via Marie Poutine's Jewels Royals

Queen Mary's 'Girls of Great Britain and Ireland' Tiara

Detail of the Cambridge Lovers Knot tiara (worn by Princess Diana). Queen Elizabeth gave the Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara to Diana, Princess of Wales as a wedding present in 1981.

The Oriental Circlet Tiara designed by Albert Prince Consort to Queen Victoria. Queen Alexandra inherited this tiara, but replaced the opals with rubies. Queen Mary never wore the tiara, but the Queen Mum loved it and wore it. It was inherited by Queen Elizabeth II.

this tiara was originally owned by Grand Duchess Josephine Charlotte of Luxemburg. It is now worn by her sister-in-law, Grand Duchess Marie Teresa.

1939, H.R.H. Princess Fawzia - the daughter of H.M. King Fuad and H.M. Queen Nazli of Egypt - married the future Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi. For this grand occasion, Van Cleef & Arpels was commissioned to create a diamond and platinum jewelry set comprising of a necklace, a pair of earclips, and a tiara.

Daughters of Ireland and Britain Full Rhinestone Crown ~ A style "take off," or a recreation of, the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland tiara that is Queen Elizabeth's favorite, and was Queen Mary's also! Queen Elizabeth calls it "Granny's Favorite."

The Queen Consort's crown created for Queen Mary. 2200 diamonds and the Koh I Noor diamond on top.

The Royal Tiaras

This brooch features an 18.8 carat heart shaped diamond that is one of the nine Cullinan diamonds that was gifted to Queen Mary by the South African government in 1910. Queen Mary wore it in her coronet for the coronation of King George VI in 1937 as a replacement for the Koh-i-Noor diamond. It passed to Queen Elizabeth in 1953.

European Royal Tiaras | Photoshopping Royal Tiaras and Jewels

1893 - Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara made for the Future Queen Mary

The Teck Crescent Tiara from Great Britain

Kochli (also spelled Koechli, Koechly, etc.) was one of the court jewelers to the imperial court in Russia, and was the jeweler called upon by Alexander III and his wife Marie Feodorovna in 1894 for a new sapphire and diamond parure. This design was selected and the set was given to Princess Alix of Hesse (1872-1918), who married their son Nicholas II the same year. She adopted the name Alexandra Feodorovna.

Empress Eugenie Tiara, executed by Lemonnier mid-19th century, is based on neo-classical design belonging of Louis XVI style, in which the filigree silver-gilt mount is over crusted with small brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling 1998 diamonds in all, total weight of 63.30 carats. The origin of the pearls used is believed to be originally part of a magnifient pearl parure that was presented to Empress Marie Louise, Napoleon Bonaparte's second wife

Snow Queen Tiara - interesting!!!

THE DORSET BOW BROOCH A wedding present to Queen Mary in 1893 from the County of Dorset, and from Queen Mary to Princess Elizabeth in 1947.