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Russia's national treasure museum masterpiece - Hairbob, the 18th century, silver, gold, sapphire, diamond, was created for Elizabeth I the Empress of Russia, the daughter of Peter The Great. After her death the hairbob belong to Catherine II The Great.

Russia's national treasure museum masterpiece - Hair pin about silver, gold, sapphire, diamond. I don't know how to wear hair accessories but I would figure it out for this!

Art Nouveau Opal Bro

Fabulous Art Nouveau Opal and Diamond Pin~~ black opals, white opals and rare demantoid garnets.

The oldest surviving English crown,1370-80 - think of the history this crown has witnessed!

Crown is recorded in England. Belonged to King Edward III or Anne of Bohemia Gold, sapphires, rubies, emeralds, diamonds and pearls.

Sapphire and Diamond Crown ~ I need one, hahaha!

A beautiful Crown for a Princess. In gold, diamonds and blue gemstones, perhaps sapphire and or blue topaz.

What the original Empress Marie-Louise tiara looked like (given to her by her husband, Napoleon Bonaparte)

Diadem from Empress Marie-Louise's Emerald Parure - A gift from Napoleon Bonaparte to Marie Louise (his second wife and niece of Marie~Antoinette) on the occasion of their wedding, tiara green emerald peridot

The Pearl Crown of Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn’s Pearl crown arguably Henry the most famous wife had the classiest royal headwear of all ie not OTT just awesome top quality emeralds with perfect pearls

High Victoriana: Archive

centred by a trap cut emerald in a triple border of diamonds, rectangular rubies and then diamonds, scroll diamond hoop to top and bottom, suspending three drop shaped pearls from foliate diamond links, open set in silver and gold.

The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

Crowns and Tiaras/karen cox. The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

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