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  • Hiroe C

    The Fife Tiara: It first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. It was a wedding gift from the Earl of Fife when she married him in 1889. Louise had 3 children: a stillborn son & two daughters, Alexandra and Maud. Queen Victoria made a special dispensation for inheritance in the female line. Princess Alexandra became the Duchess of Fife in her own right when her father died. So far as we know, the tiara is still with the family

  • norazua

    The Fife Diamond Tiara which belonged to Louise, Duchess of Fife: British Crown Jewels

  • Rhonda Kunes

    The Fife Tiara. Info: A wedding gift for Princess Louise of Wales (daughter of Edward VII and Alexandra, at the time Prince & Princess of Wales) from her groom, the Earl (made Duke by Queen Victoria) of Fife. Stone(s): Diamond

  • Nancy Oh

    Royal Jewels of England - Diamond Tiara of the Duchess of Fife

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