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Goddess Rhinestone Triple Strand Headband Tiara with Silver Snowflake Brooch

Queen Wilhelmina wearing her Sapphire Tiara. It was given to her by the people ot the Netherlands for her wedding in 1901. The piece has a big diamond on the center, found in India.

Massen Tiara of Elizabeth of Wied, inherited by Marie of Romania. It was unfortunately lost, together with the Romanian treasury in Moscow in 1917-1918 during the Bolshevik takeover.

Princess Auguste of Bavaria (1875 – 1964) Hand colored photo. Her necklace looks like aquamarines, but the stones in her tiara are green - emeralds?

Delhi Durbar Tiara Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, wears a royal tiara for the first time in October 2005. This was just the third time the Delhi Durbar Tiara had been worn in public. The tiara was made in 1911 for Queen Mary, the Queen’s grandmother. The brilliant-cut diamonds are mounted in gold and set in platinum

Queen Theresa of Bavaria Tiara, c1815; italian tiara made in the roman taste as a garland of roses cut from sheet gold; made with turqouise, pink topaz, emeralds, diamonds amethysts and pearls

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.

Nadja Skoesz wearing the Schaumburg-Lippe tiara for her marriage to Alexander, Prince of Schaumburg-Lippe in 2007.

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.

Cartier Wave Tiara belonging to Maria Feodorovna (26 November 1847 – 13 October 1928) - a tiara that can be worn as a necklace. Born Princess Dagmar of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg and later Princess Dagmar of Denmark, she was Empress consort of Russia as spouse of Emperor Alexander III. She was the second daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark and Louise of Hesse-Cassel. Among her children was the last Russian monarch, Emperor Nicholas II, whom she outlived by ten years