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    Princess Thyra's Sapphire Tiara. Thyra, a sister to King Christian X of Denmark and King Haakon VII of Norway, had no children. She left this tiara to her niece, Princess Caroline-Mathilde. Caroline-Mathilde's daughter Elisabeth later inherited the tiara.

  • Happy Scrapper

    Princess Thyra of Denmark's sapphire and diamond tiara. Thyra, a sister of King Christian X of Denmark and King Haakon VII of Norway, had no children. She left this tiara to her niece, Princess Caroline-Mathilde, who in turn left it to her daughter Elisabeth.

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    Tiara de zafiros y perlas de la Princesa Elisabeth de Dinamarca.

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Princess Thyra's Sapphire Tiara Currently owned by Princess Elisabeth, this sapphire and diamond tiara was originally owned by Princess Thyra, who left the piece to her niece, Princess Caroline-Mathilde.  Elisabeth, Caroline-Mathilde's daughter, later inherited the tiara, which features large diamond elements with sapphire center stones.

Princess Thyra's sapphire tiara, left to her niece, Princess Caroline-Mathilde, and currently owned by Princess Elizabeth of Denmark, Caroline-Mathilde's daughter.

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