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The custom of wearing mourning dress was encouraged by Queen Victoria's prolonged mourning after the death of her husband Albert in 1861. Formal mourning required black crepe or bombazine clothes along with 'a few trinkets to accentuate the general sombreness of the costume'. This tiara shows that jet or its substitutes was worn at the highest level of society: only those above a certain social class would have had the occasion to wear a tiara.

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The custom of wearing mourning dress was encouraged by Queen Victoria's prolonged mourning after the death of her husband Albert in 1861. Formal mourning required black crepe or bombazine clothes along with 'a few trinkets to accentuate the general sombreness of the costume'. This tiara shows that jet or its substitutes was worn at the highest level of society: only those above a certain social class would have had the occasion to wear a tiara.

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The custom of wearing mourning dress was encouraged by Queen Victoria's prolonged mourning after the death of her husband Albert in 1861. Formal mourning required black crepe or bombazine clothes along with 'a few trinkets to accentuate the general sombreness of the costume'. This tiara shows that jet or its substitutes was worn at the highest level of society: only those above a certain social class would have had the occasion to wear a tiara. It is interesting that it is made of 'French…

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The custom of wearing mourning dress was encouraged by Queen Victoria's prolonged mourning after the death of her husband Albert in 1861. Formal mourning required black crepe or bombazine clothes along with 'a few trinkets to accentuate the general sombreness of the costume'. This tiara shows that jet or its substitutes was worn at the highest level of society: only those above a certain social class would have had the occasion to wear a tiara. It is interesting that it is made of 'French…

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