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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.

"Love Brooch" first documented in the inventory of Emperor Ferdinand I (1793-1875), Emperor or Austria, President of the German Confederation, King of Hungary and Bohemia | It probably came into Habsburg possession through his grandmother, Archduchess Mary of Burgundy in the fifteenth century.

The Devonshire tiara, part of the Devonshire neo-classical parure made by C.F. Hancock. Gold; enamel; diamonds; cornelian; onyx; garnet; jacinths; lapis lazuli; plasma, and sardonyx.

Aquamarine and diamond kokoshnik tiara (made in 1900). It is said to have been the personal property of the Tsarina Alexandra. #tiara #crowns jewels #

4. The Danish Ruby Parure Tiara. A parure of rubies and diamonds descended to Princess Ingrid of Sweden who married the King of Denmark. Now reside with Crown Princess Mary of Denmark.

The Rundell Tiara and Parure - wedding present to Princess Alexandra on her marriage to the Prince of Wales (the future Edward Vii).

Close up of tiara from the Queen of Sheba Parure - large honey-coloured diamonds, white brilliant-cut diamonds, smaller honey-coloured diamonds, rose-cut and old-cut diamonds set in yellow and white gold (some of which has been oxidized). It was designed specially for Lady Colin Campbell. The parure consists of a tiara, necklace, long-drop earrings, ring and bracelet.

The most famous pieces of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom with the Sceptre with the Cross at the bottom and St Edward's Crown at the front left.