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  • Anita Lee

    Art Nouveau Tiara Henry Wilson, 1908 The Victoria & Albert Museum

  • Alisha Westerman

    Rock Crystal, Chrysoprase,Enamel and Silver Arts Crafts Tiara Henry Wilson c.1908. Victoria Albert Museum Collection.

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Late 16th century pendant via The Victoria & Albert Museum

The restored Alessandro Castellani (designer) Diadem (1840-1884). It is believed to have been closely based on the 'Palo' diadem, an ancient Greek artefact believed to have been found at Cumae, Italy. Photography by Joanna Whalley. (View 2)

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Diamond and sapphire tiara designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria. On loan from the Earl and Countess of Harewood.

Photoshopped image - this tiara doesn't exist, but could well be a photoshop creation based on the huge ruby necklace Camilla was gifted a few years ago.

The Invasive Species Tiara in oxidised Sterling silver & eighteen carat gold by Jan Yager. Victoria and Albert Museum.

Think this one would be better without the sapphires, but then I'm a bit of a purist when it comes to girl's best friend. Regal.

Ci-contre, diadème asymétrique au motif d’épis de blé balayés par le vent, dans le goût de l’impératrice Joséphine, or, argent et diamants, attribué à Nitot, circa 1810, Collection Chaumet Paris.

Masriera Tiara of Queen Victoria Eugenie of Spain. It was a gift to her from the people of Catalonia made by art nouveau master jewelers Masriera of Barcelona.

Six Button Diamond Tiara worn by HRH Victoria, the Crown Princess of Sweden

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Crown Princess Maxima wore the Dutch Diamond Bandeau Tiara. It was made in the 1930s from a collection of enormous diamonds. These diamonds were originally part of the national wedding gift given to Queen Emma in 1879.