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Pakenham Honeysuckle Tiara, Ireland (late 18th-early 19th c.; diamonds, silver, gold). May have been made for Elizabeth Cuffe, 1st Countess of Longford.

Pakenham Honeysuckle Tiara, Ireland (late 18th-early 19th c.; diamonds, silver, gold). May have been made for Elizabeth Cuffe, 1st Countess of Longford.

Koh-i-Noor Diamond, a British Crown Jewel.  The Koh-i-Noor is a 106 carat diamond which was once the largest diamond in the world. Previously, it has belonged to various rulers in India; today it lies in the hands of the British royal family and is part of the Crown Jewels.

Koh-i-Noor Diamond, a British Crown Jewel. The Koh-i-Noor is a 106 carat diamond which was once the largest diamond in the world. Previously, it has belonged to various rulers in India; today it lies in the hands of the British royal family and is part of the Crown Jewels.

The Russian Field Diadem--originally created by the Duvall brothers of St. Petersburg for Empress Maria Feodorovna.

The Russian Field Diadem--originally created by the Duvall brothers of St. Petersburg for Empress Maria Feodorovna.

The Countess of Paris' Art Deco Tiara, France (1931; made by Mellerio & Meller; sapphires, diamonds, white gold).

The Countess of Paris' Art Deco Tiara, France (1931; made by Mellerio & Meller; sapphires, diamonds, white gold).

Another three mystery 'possibles' attributed to Alexandra, a turquoise, opal and diamond floral.

Another three mystery 'possibles' attributed to Alexandra, a turquoise, opal and diamond floral.