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Crystal crown! I don't know what I would do with this but I'm sure I need one!

FRENCH CROWN JEWELS - Sapphire and diamond earrings belonged to Empress Marie-Louise of France from late 19th century.

Princess Isabella de Ligne de La Trémoïlle. Belgian noble house of Ligne. The tiara, created by Holemans, was set with a large central aquamarine (73.28 carats), book-ended by smaller aquamarines and 360 brilliant-cut diamonds in white gold.

A late 19th century emerald and diamond set tiara. the front composed of stylised floral and foliate motifs, set with circular and oval cut emeralds and pave set rose cut diamonds, to a plain frame.

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Kiani crown from the Iranian crown jewels 1800 pearls, 300 emeralds & 1800 rubies...as you do. love the fire-works explosion!

Empress Maria Feodorovna: A diamond-set lady-in-waiting cipher pendant, 1881-1894 - Sothebys

Crown

AN IMPRESSIVE EMERALD, NATURAL PEARL, CULTURED PEARL, AND DIAMOND TIARA. The Belle Epoque diamond-set scroll tapering bandeau on a later added base of graduated cultured and natural pearls with diamond rondelle spacers, to the later added graduated bar surmount set with cultured and natural pearls, emeralds and diamonds, inner diameter 14.5 cm.

Crown of Imperial Russia

Diamond brooch owned by the Empress Marie Feodorovna.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Cartier Indian Tiara

Queen Elizabeth's Private Jewels | RoyalDish - QUEEN ELIZABETH'S JEWEL BOX tiara heaven - page 4

Dutch royal jewels

Imperial Crown of Brazil  The Imperial Crown of Brazil was created for Dom Pedro II in 1841 for his coronation. It is made of gold and contains 639 diamonds and 77 pearls. The crown is made up of eight half arches, topped with a jewelled cross. In 1889, Brazil abolished it’s monarchy, but unusually the crown jewels were kept safe. They now belong to the Brazilian State and are on display at the Imperial Museum of Brazil.

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The Crown Jewels: The Sovereigns Sceptre containing the World's largest flawless cut diamond.

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Created for Empress, Alexandra Feodorovna. This tiara has 25 large pearls and is in the traditional Russian kokoshnik style. This tiara is called The Russian beauty.

A MID-19TH CENTURY DIAMOND TIARA. Composed of a series of nine old-cut diamond graduating flowerhead clusters centred by old-cut pear and cushion shape diamond collet highlights, interspersed by ten similarly-set stylised Toy cusp motifs of ribbon scroll design, raised on an undulating diamond line frame, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1850. Each flowerhead cluster detaches to form a brooch. (Christie's)

Greek Royal Jewels: The Turquoise Parure Formerly in the possession of Queen Olga of Greece.

Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Spanish Royal Jewels: Queen Sofia’s “The Eye of Time” Brooch