beautiful crown, tiara

Queen Mary's Delhi Durbar tiara. Now worn by the Duchess of Cornwall

Lovely clear photo of the Musy tiara - Italian royal family - in its pearl rosette form

Crowns and Tiaras

Columbian Emerald Tiara, Russia (1907; made by Bolin; emeralds, diamonds). Belonged to Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna and her sister Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna.

"Tiaras" V exhibit, London.

pink topaz demi-parure which was given to Marie Pavlovna on the occasion of her wedding to the Duke of Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach. It was a gift from her father, Czar Paul I of Russia. It passed to her daughter Augusta, the Empress of Germany, then to Augusta’s daughter Louise, Grand Duchess of Baden, and then to the Grand Duchess’ daughter, Queen Viktoria of Sweden in 1923, when it became part of the Bernadotte collection. It is created from the finest of Russian pink topazes.

HRH princess Margaret's tiara. The Poltimore tiara, made in 1870 for Lady Poltimore, was bought at auction specially for Margaret.

Grand Duchess Alice of Hesse - Tiara

Tiara of Queen Margarita of Italy By Mellerio dits Meller, 1870 Private Collection, courtesy of Albion Art Institute, Japan

Hessen Russian Aquamarine tiara

Grand Duchess Maria Teresa Tiara.


The Vladimir Tiara, Russia, c.1890 Made for Grand Duchess Vladimir, aunt of the last Russian Tsar Nicholas II. Smuggled out of Russia during the Revolution by a British diplomat, sold in 1921 by the Grand Duchess’s daughter, Princess Nicholas of Greece, to Queen Mary, who adapted it to take 15 of the Cambridge emeralds as an alternative to the original pearls. It can also be worn "widowed" - without either. The tiara was inherited by The Queen from her grandmother Queen Mary in 1953.

Queen Victoria's wedding tiara

this tiara was originally owned by Grand Duchess Josephine Charlotte of Luxemburg. It is now worn by her sister-in-law, Grand Duchess Marie Teresa.

Stunning! The famous Poltimore Tiara - made by Garrards in 1870, the tiara was originally made for Florence, Lady Poltimore, the wife of the 2nd Baron Poltimore.


Josephine's Tiara

Diamond oak-leaf tiara English, Hunt & Roskell, London, about 1855 Formed of three separate sprays and convertible to hair combs or a devant de corsage.