The crown of the Queens of Bavaria.
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Queens Crown of Bavaria-he Royal Crown of Bavaria is set with rubies, diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and pearls. The Wittelsbach Diamond was removed from the orb at the top of the crown and sold in 1931 by the Wittelsbach family.
"This is the Crown of the Queens of Bavaria, which was made for the then queen, Karoline of Baden and which contains huge pearls and large diamonds. As part of a republican Germany, Bavaria has not had a monarch since 1918 but the Bavarian Crown Jewels are still on show in the Treasury of the Residenz Palace in Munich."
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The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Cartier Indian Tiara
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DETAIL: The Cartier Indian Tiara ~ a design of Indian inspiration (hence the name) rendered solidly in diamonds, sapphires, and pearls. early 20th century. Princess Marie Louise (1872-1956), grand daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. She left it to her godson, now Richard, Duke of Gloucester. It is worn by his wife.
The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Cartier Indian Tiara AND NOW IT'S SPARKLY JEWELS!!!!!
Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Brazilian Aquamarine Tiara
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Brazilian Aquamarine Tiara and Necklace, presented to Queen Elizabeth II by Brazil in 1953. If you are the queen, there is no such thing as too much jewelry
Jewelry of Today's British Royalty - The Brazilian Aquamarine Suite. The earrings and matching necklace were a Coronation gift to The Queen from the President and People of Brazil in 1953
Some of the finest aquamarine jewelry exists with the British Royal family including Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Necklace and earrings, presented by the President and People of Brazil. Come see our beautiful blue custom aquamarine jewelry at John Wallick Jewelers in Sun City Arizona near Phoenix AZ. #johnwallickjewelers
Queen Elizabeth ordered the royal jeweller Garrard to complete this aquamarine set
The bling this woman owns!! QE II large aquamarine tiara suite #queenelizabeth
Linneys pink diamond tiara.
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Linneys' Pink Diamond Tiara, designed by Asprey of London and set with 178 Rare Argyle Pink Diamonds totaling almost 20cts. The piece recognises the diamond jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
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A diamond and emerald bandeau, Chaumet, circa 1910
Bavarian Royal Family - Emerald and Diamond bandeau tiara by Chaumet circa 1910
EMERALD AND DIAMOND TIARA, CHAUMET, CIRCA 1910 Of tapered bandeau design, the frame set with rose, circular-cut and cushion-shaped diamonds, embellished with five collet millegrain-set step-cut emeralds, to a garland of cushion-shaped and circular-cut diamonds, circumference approximately 210mm , unsigned, fittings, case signed J. Chaumet, Sr de Morel & Cie, London, New Bond Street, 154, Paris, Place Vendôme, 12.
Larger photo of the Devonshire Tiara, part of the famous parure. See earlier pin for history.
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The Devonshire Tiara, United Kingdom (1856; cornelian, onyx, garnets, jacinths, lapis lazuli, plasma, sardonyx, enamel, gold).
'Devonshire Parure' | Gold; enamel; diamonds; cornelian; onyx; garnet; jacinths; lapis lazuli; plasma, and sardonyx | Made for the Duke of Devonshire's nephew's wife to wear for the coronation of Tsar Alexander II in 1856 | 7 pieces of jewelry in 1
Devonshire Parure - Chatsworth house official website
The Art-Deco-explosion crown was actually worn from 1954-1967.
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A rose bowl pageant crown
"Crown of Queen Elizabeth" Not unless she was the Rose Bowl Queen. The Art-Deco-explosion crown was actually worn by the Rose Queen (of the Rose Bowl Parade) from 1954-1967. Rose Queen crowns are now made of the real thing, but before 2005, they were all faux.
The Art-Deco-explosion crown was actually worn from 1954-1967. ~ETS #artdeco #crowns
Art Deco Rose Queen Crown From 1940-1953, 14 queens rode down Colorado Boulevard wearing the crown.
Tiara from a sapphire parure designed for the Tsarina Alexandra at the beginning 20thC by Friedrich Koechli, a Swiss jeweller in St Petersburg who became court jeweller in 1902. Intertwined scrolls in which 16 sapphires are set mounted in gold. The diamonds are mounted in silver and linked with gold.
Jewel crown from the Romanov's!
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Jewel crown from the Romanov family
Romanov Jeweled Crown
1890 Opal tiara
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Close up of opal tiara.
A late 19th century opal and diamond tiara, circa 1890,
Unusual sapphire-diamond tiara
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SAPPHIRE TIARA, 1930S the silver crown.
Sapphire and diamond tiara.
La Belle Époque tiara aquamarine clusters interspersed with sprays of diamond myrtle leaves.
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Art Deco Aquamarine & Diamond Ring by Cartier
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BELLE EPOQUE AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND TIARA, CIRCA 1910. Designed as a series of graduated oval aquamarine clusters set with oval- and hexagonal-shaped aquamarines, interspersed with sprays of diamond myrtle leaves, within millegrain borders of circular-, single- and rose-cut diamonds
Crown of Napoleon I
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Crown of Napoleon at The Louvre, Paris, France
Crown of Napoleon at the Louvre, havent seen this one either~ Josephines crown featured cameos. You dont see them that often~
A bit of history: The Crown of Napoleon created in the 19th century was adorned with cameos
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The 1934 Cartier Halo tiara
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Tiara princess Andrée Aga Khan, second wife of Aga Khan III. By Cartier, 1934.
Duchess of Cambridge Tiara - The veil is held in place by a Cartier ‘halo’ tiara, lent to Miss Middleton by The Queen. The ‘halo’ tiara was made by Cartier in 1936 and was purchased by The Duke of York (later King George VI) for his Duchess (later Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother) three weeks before he succeeded his brother as King. The tiara was presented to Princess Elizabeth (now The Queen) by her mother on the occasion of her 18th birthday #tiara
Platnium and Diamond Cartier Tiara of the Begum Aga Khan, 1934
The Grace Kelly Tiara worn by Princess Grace on her daughter Princess Caroline's wedding in 1978. Platinum set with pear-shaped diamonds, marquise-shaped diamonds and round diamonds, weighing 77.34 carats. Today this tiara is in Van Cleef & Arpels’ Private Collection.
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The Grace Kelly Tiara; worn by Princess Grace on her daughter Princess Caroline's wedding in 1978. Platinum set with pear-shaped diamonds, marquise-shaped diamonds and round diamonds, weighing 77.34 carats. Today this tiara is in Van Cleef Arpels’ Private Collection.
The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: Princess Grace's Van Cleef & Arpels Tiara
Boucheron, the Queen Mother’s diamond coronet 1901
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Boucheron, the Queen Mother’s diamond coronet 1901.
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The Queen Mother's Tiara.
Diamond coronet of the Queen Mother (mother of Queen Elizabeth II) by Boucheron, 1901
Crown of emperor Heinrich II, 1270. Munich Residence, Treasury.
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Crown of emperor Heinrich II | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Crown of emperor Heinrich II Germany, Munich Munich Residence, Treasury Crown of emperor Heinrich II, 1270
Tiara of Empress Marie-Louise This diamond and Persian turquoise studded crown was part of the "parure" (pah-rur) that was a wedding gift from Napoleon to his bride Empress Marie-Louise. The crown originally contained emeralds instead of Persian turquoise. The Marie-Louise tiara is now located at the Smithsonian Institution's American Museum of Natural History in Washington DC. Thanks to AllAboutGemstones.com for photo and simple provenance. @Sam Pryor
Napoleon's Crown Persian Turquoise & Diamond Diadem of Marie-Louise
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Russian Crown Jewels tiara
The Marie-Louise Diadem a wedding gift from Napoleon I to his second wife, Empress Marie-Louise in 1810. Between 1954 and 1956, the emeralds were removed, Van Cleef & Arpels mounted turquoise to replace the original emeralds in the diadem. In 1971, Marjorie Merriweather Post, heiress to the Post cereal fortune, purchased the diadem for the Smithsonian Institution. There are 1,006 old mine cut diamonds weighing a total of 700 carats and 79 Persian turquoise stones weighing a total of 540 carats.
Persian Turquoise & Diamond Crown of Empress Marie-Louise
Boucheron second version of the Lady Greville Tiara redesigned in 1921 and later inherited to the Queen Mother in 1942. It was since modified and worn by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall in 2006.
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UK | Boucheron Honeycomb Tiara. Version 1 | “It was made by Boucheron for the Hon. Mrs. Greville (a well-known society maven) in 1921 out of stones salvaged from another tiara. Having no heirs of her own, she left her considerable jewel collection to Queen Elizabeth (the future Queen Mother) when she died in 1942.”
The Boucheron Honeycomb Tiara ~ part of the British Crown Jewels
British Royal Jewels: Honeycomb or "Lady Greville Tiara" - 1921. In it's original form inherited by the Queen Consort or Queen Mother Elizabeth.
When the Queen Mother received the Boucheron Honeycomb Tiara from Mrs Greville , it looked like this.
GREEK Myrtle Wreath c. 330-250 BC Gold
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Greek myrtle wreath, c. 330-250 BC. In ancient Greece, wreaths made from plants like laurel, ivy, and myrtle were awarded to athletes, soldiers, and royalty. Similar wreaths were designed in gold and silver for the same purposes or for religious functions. This example conveys the language of love. A plant sacred to the goddess Aphrodite, myrtle was a symbol of love. Greeks wore wreaths made of real myrtle leaves at weddings and banquets, received them as athletic prizes and awards for military victories, and wore them as crowns to show royal status. By the Hellenistic period (300-30 BC), the wreaths were made of gold foil; too fragile to be worn, they were created primarily to be buried with the dead as symbols of life’s victories. The naturalistic myrtle leaves and blossoms on this wreath were cut from thin sheets of gold, exquisitely finished with stamped and incised details, and then wired onto the stems. Most that survive today were found in graves.
*GREEK Myrtle Wreath c. 330–250 BC Gold 12 x 1 3/8 inches The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Department of Antiquities ABOUT In ancient Greece, wreaths made from plants like laurel, ivy, and myrtle were awarded to athletes, soldiers, and royalty. Similar wreaths were designed in gold and silver for the same purposes or for religious functions. This example conveys the language of love.
Circa 1835 tiara. Floral tiaras are very rare as they are usually broken down into separate sprays and sold as brooches. This tiara is formed of seven floral sprays. It has been worn as a necklace at some time in the past.
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Ruby and Diamond Tiara 1835 Western Europe The Victoria & Albert Museum
1835 Ruby and Diamond Tiara/Necklace, Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Set in silver on a gold frame, rubies, brilliant-cut and rose-cut diamonds. For such a tiara to survive is quite rare. Usually floral tiaras were broken apart in the late early Twentieth Century and made into brooches. This one has only had one adaptation. The frame was slightly altered so that it could be worn as a necklace.
Diamond and ruby tiara in the Victoria and Albert Museum collection made circa 1835 RoyalDish - Tiara - page 128
This beautiful Diamond and Ruby floral Tiara is one of Victoria and Albert Museum collection, it is from circa 1835 This masterpiece of diamonds set in silver on a gold frame with adds shimmering bright rubies to the mix of brilliant-cut and rose-cut diamonds. The frame was slightly altered so that it could be worn as a necklace.
the papal crown, worn at coronation ceremonies.
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Papal Tiara, the papal crown, worn at coronation ceremonies. PAPAL BLING!
Tiara of Pope Gregory XVI, 1834
La tiara papale o triregno, che rappresenta il triplice potere del papa come: Padre dei principi e dei re, Rettore del mondo, Vicario di Cristo in Terra.
Cartier London Citrine and Diamond Tiara made for the coronation of George VI in 1937. The central element can be dismounted and worn as a brooch. Photo: N. Welsh
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Cartier tiara made for the coronation of King George VI. Citrine and diamond.
Cartier London Citrine and Diamond Tiara made for the coronation of George VI in 1937. This citrine and diamond Art Deco tiara worn for the coronation of King George VI in 1937. (It created 27 tiaras for that coronation!) The central element can be dismounted and worn as a brooch. Photo: N. Welsh
A gold-and silver-mounted diamond-set tiara, signed by Carl Faberge, part of the Russian Crown Jewels
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I'll never wear a tiara at my wedding, but I've always thought this one was beautiful Faberge Gold and Silver Diamond Tiara
Westminster Laurel Wreath Tiara
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Faberge Tiara. A gold-and silver-mounted diamond-set tiara, signed with initials KF for Carl Faberge.
Russian- a gold-and-silver mounted diamond set tiara, signed with the initials KF for Carl Faberge
Emerald and Diamond Tiara - Iranian National Royal Jewels: Its basic design is of a sunburst, with a 25 ct. pink spinel in the center. Each ray ends in a diamond blossom with a single pearl or emerald. The emeralds have holes in them which are covered with small diamonds. The holes suggest that the emeralds were previously used in other pieces. The largest emerald is 20 cts.
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It is well known that after most of the crown jewels of Iran were stolen after the assassination of Nadir Shah in 1747, two of the subsequent Shahs who did their best to build up a respectable collection of crown jewels were Fath Ali Shah and Nasser-ed-Din Shah. Thus we can safely conclude that the emerald and diamond tiara may have originated during the period of Nasser-ed-Din Shah, and perhaps may have been worn by his Shahbanou, the queen consort.
Iran, Emerald and Diamond Tiara - Iranian National Royal Jewels: Its basic design is of a sunburst, with a 25 ct. pink spinel in the center. Each ray ends in a diamond blossom with a single pearl or emerald. The emeralds have holes in them which are covered with small diamonds. The holes suggest that the emeralds were previously used in other pieces. The largest emerald is 20 cts.
Royal Crowns and Tiaras | the height of the tiara at its line of symmetry
Costume jewelry tiara.
The Danish Crown Regalia consists of three crowns, a scepter, an orb, a sword of state, and an ampulla. They are kept at Rosenborg Castle. The crown of Christian V is the official crown that was used for the anointments of Danish absolute monarchs until 1849. The crown is no longer used, but represents the monarchy and the state. The circlet of the crown is divided by two large sapphires - one at the forehead of the wearer, and a thicker one at the back of the head. A spinel is found on one s...