The "lost tiara" that Princess Alice wore to King Edward VII's wedding. This tiara is made by Köchert, called the "Byzantine" diadem, with its harmonious juxtapositions of diamonds and pearls, was judged impeccable and won for Köchert the first prize for jewellery at the World Exhibition.
The Danish Emerald Parure Tiara: The largest 26 emeralds date from 1723, & were a gift from King Christian VI to Queen Sophie Magdalene for giving birth to the future Frederik V. The rest of the emeralds belonged to Princess Charlotte of Denmark, and the diamonds used also previously belonged to the royal family. The whole thing was put together by C.M. Weisshaupt in time for Queen Caroline Amalie to wear while celebrating her silver wedding anniversary with King Christian VIII in 1840.
Alexander II ordered the parure from Bolin for the marriage of his daughter Maria Alexandrovna to Prince Alfred in 1874. It's comprised a ruby and diamond coronet decorated with lotus floral motifs, a necklace, a bangle with 12 diamonds and a Burmese ruby weighing 8.40 carats, a ring with a ruby of 9.19 carats, earrings and a large brooch, originally the centerpiece of a devant de corsage, with a central ruby weighing more than 12 carats.
Tiara de las Flores de Lis; Made of platinum and diamonds forming the Fleur-De-Lys, the heraldic emblem of the House of Bourbon, dates back to King Alfonso XIII who offered it to his bride Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg, later known as Queen Ena, as a wedding gift in 1906. The Fleur-De-Lys Tiara is said to be the most cherished tiara of The Royal Family of Spain and only passes on from Queen to Queen.
Close-up of the Rosenborg Tiara, owned by the Danish Princess Viggo, Countess of Rosenborg (1895-1966). The countess was American Eleanor Green who met her future husband, Prince Viggo of Denmark, while visiting Copenhagen. The Prince renounced the throne so he could marry Eleanor, a commoner.
Prussia - The House of Hohenzollern Royal Pink Topaz Parure, Early 19th Century. Consisting of a tiara, a pair of pendant earrings, a necklace, a stomacher and a hinged bangle, all composed of gold, silver pink topaz and diamonds.
Van Cleef & Arpels diamond tiara that Princess Grace wore at the wedding of her daughter Caroline to Philippe Jugnot in 1978. Platinum set with pear-shaped diamonds, marquise-shaped diamonds and round diamonds, weighing 77.34 carats. Today this tiara is in Van Cleef & Arpels’ Private Collection.
In 1893, HSH Princess Mary of Teck married the HRH Prince George, The Duke of York (future King George V) and received from her parents, The Duke and Duchess of Teck, a parure of three turquoise brooches, a tiara, necklace, and earrings.