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    • Michelle DuChemin

      The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara: This tiara went to her daughter, Princess Nicholas of Greece. Princess Nicholas sold her jewels to benefit both her family and Russian charities, and she sold this one in 1921 to Queen Mary. Mary subsequently had to have some repairs completed, as the journey hadn't been kind to the fine craftsmanship. It was inherited by Queen Elizabeth on Mary’s death in 1953 along with the rest of her remaining jewel collection.

    • Jacqui Beets

      Wearing a serious amount of jewellery. From British Royal Jewels of the Past - Page 3 - The Royal Forums

    • Sarah Rogerson

      "Granny's Chips", I think the Royal Family called the biggest necklace of diamonds. Queen Mary

    • EstherAmbrosenCanha Eambrosencanha

      Bling fling: Royal crowns and tiaras

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