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From the Danish Crown Jewels, The Queen's Crown, made for Queen Sophie Magdalene by court jeweller Frederik (I) Fabritius in 1731. It was in use until 1840. The table-cut stones are believed to have come from Queen Sophie Amalie's crown from 1648.

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Diamond and pearl tiara, belonged to Princess Shivakiar, the first wife of King Fuad I of Egypt (1876-1947), encrusted with 1506 diamonds, mounted in platinum. It was originally commissioned from a Paris jeweler by King. The tiara was later passed down to Queen Farida, King Farouk's first wife, who lived in exile in Paris until her death in 1988.

Cartier tiara/necklace belonging to Maria Feodorovna, Empress consort of Russia as spouse of Emperor Alexander III. Picture depicts her wearing the tiara as a necklace.

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

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Crown of State of Mary of Modena, Queen consort of King James II, England (1685; gold, quartz crystals, pearls, velvet, ermine). Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

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