The Prussian Clover Leaf coronet, diesigned by Wilhelm II as a silver wedding present for his first wife, Augusta Victoria of Schleswig Holstein, in 1906. Designed as a band of open-work oak leaves, with three and four leaf clover diamond motifs, linked with diamond scrolls at the base.
The Empress Josephine tiara was created in 1890. After the Russian Revolution the Leuchtenberg family sold the tiara and it was bought by the Belgium royals after World War I. When Queen Elisabeth of Belgium passed away her son Prince Charles Theodore inherited it in 1965. The tiara then passed nto Queen Maria Jose’s hands when Charles Theodore passed away in 1983. Princess Maria Gabriella inherited the tiara in 2001 and later put the tiara up for auction in 2007.
Marie Feodorovna's Wave necklace, probably, by Cartier. It is often said this necklace could be converted into a tiara but actually this necklace and tiara were definitely two separate jewels. In the famous photograph made by the Soviets for inventory purposes both the tiara and the necklace appear. A brooch, necklace and tiara formed a parure, which today's existence is under the question.