Barberini Tiara c1850. Christie's Laura Vere-Hodge poses with the antique sapphire and diamond tiara, part of the Barberini Jewels Parure, Italian. The sapphire and diamond tiara, necklace, ear pendants and brooch were sold as a parure at Christie's Geneva on 18 November 1971.
The Greville Tiara (also called Boucheron or Honeycomb Tiara). At her death Dame Margaret Greville left some of her jewels to Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. The jewels remained in their boxes for several years as the King was unsure about accepting gifts from subjects. The Queen finally wore Mrs Greville's tiara for the first time in 1947. Later, it was altered by Cartier with the strict geometric line being broken up by the addition of diamonds on the top.
Belgian Scroll Tiara. This piece was a wedding gift from the Belgian National Bank to Princess Josephine-Charlotte of Luxembourg. She wore during her wedding to Grand Duke Jean in 1953. It is now worn by daughter-in-law, Grand Duchess Marie Teresa. This diamond tiara was made by Henry Coosemans and is made of no less than 854 diamonds and set in platinum. The tiara includes a detachable diamond of 8.10 carats to be worn as a ring. The central panel can also be detached and worn as a brooch.