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    Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara - Queen Mary, wife of King George V, commissioned royal jewelers Garrard's to create this tiara in 1913. Its 19 openwork diamond frames each feature a large drop-shaped pearl hanging from a lovers'-knot bow. Queen Mary bequeathed the tiara to her granddaughter Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, who in turn gave it to Princess Diana of Wales as a wedding present in 1981. Following her divorce from Prince Charles of Wales in 1996, Diana returned it to the Queen.

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Princess Mary of England, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood. The centerpiece of this tiara could be replaced with a large sapphire. (Hand painted photo by Alenka) solo tiara pin in Tiaras II.

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Fueron los Romanov los primeros en ordenar a sus joyeros el diseño tiaras conocidas como Kokoshnik o rayos de sol. Fue Dagmar (María Federovna) la zarina de Rusia quien la puso de moda y sirvió de inspiración a Garrard joyero de la Casa Real británica,al que Alejandra de Dinamarca (princesa de Gales) pidió en el año 1888 una copia de la de su hermana, la emperatriz de Rusia. La tiara Fringe de la reina Mary fue la elegida por la reina Isabel para su boda con Felipe de Edimburgo en 1947.

Las joyas de la duquesa las heredó su hija, Helena de Rusia (princesa de Grecia) quien las vendio en 1921 a la reina Mary. La tiara necesitaba algunos arreglos y se la llevó a Garrard. A la muerte de la reina Mary en 1953 pasó a Isabel II. La tiara consiste en quince círculos de diamantes entrelazados en cuyo interior hay una perla en forma de pera engastada en cada uno sustituible por una gota de esmeralda de Cambridge. Puede usarse sin gemas entonces se conoce como tiara de los Círculos Viudos

Shining Rounds Tiara at BHLDN. HELLO I NEED YOU!

Interesting headpiece. I like.

Diamond and sapphire tiara designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria. On loan from the Earl and Countess of Harewood.

Princess Margaret wore this tiara at her 1960 wedding to Mr. Antony Armstrong-Jones. Called the Poltimore Tiara, it is a Garrard design created in the 1870s for Florence, Lady Poltimore, the wife of the second Baron Poltimore. The tiara can be converted into a necklace and eleven brooches, and was offered with a screwdriver and the brooch fittings required to make the switch. The tiara was purchased in 1959 for 5,500 Pounds. It sold for 1,704,576 at the 2006 auction.

Poltimore tiara, worn by Princess Margaret. I love that it's on what looks like the hall table, where the rest of us drop our keys...

now...this tiara i would actually wear. it's so un-tiaraish and that is why i like ittttt

Where the world of shadows meets magic and beauty. Gothic-inspired headpiece incorporates a series of black and ivory cameos surrounded by genuine marcasite and garnet. Garnet cabachons set in marcasite settings line the base. Glass pearls and Swarovski rhinestones in dark red, gray, amethyst and aurora borealis add incredible sparkle to this stunning tiara.