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Spanish Royal Jewels: Queen Victoria Eugenia Tiara -1906 by Ansorena: the 500+ diamond and platinum tiara features the Fleur de Lys, the heraldic emblem of the House of Bourbon (Borbón). The Fleur de Lys was given by King Alfonso XIII to his bride, Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg (the future Queen Victoria Eugenia “Ena” of Spain), on the occasion of their 1906 wedding.

Queen Alexandra's Gold Bracelet with a Diamond and Enamel Buckle. This circa 1830 bracelet was a wedding present to Princess Alexandra of Denmark from the Duke of Cambridge, Queen Victoria’s first cousin, and Alexandra's maternal/paternal 2nd cousin. The three diamond ostrich feathers in the center are the heraldic badge of the Prince of Wales. The enamel clasp appears to date from early in the reign of King William IV, the Duke’s uncle.

THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY. This is a 136 carat emerald "The Green Queen". Decorated by diamonds. It belonged to Nikolai of Russia and later in 1913, to GD Alexandra Iosifovna, wife of Nikolay II relative. Today is kept in the Diamond Fund, Moscow Kremlin.

Sapphire Brooch Russia, circa 1860, was purchased by Alexander II at the London Great Exhibition of 1862 and presented to his wife, Maria Alexandrovna. Gold, silver, and diamonds (56.60 carats), Ceylon sapphire (260.37 carats) 2 1/8 x 2 3/8 inches.

Russian Ruby Tiara.

The magnificent tiara of the Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia: white and yellow diamonds.

Empress Catherine II's Diamond Spray Brooch.

Alexandre-Gabriel LEMONNIER (1808-1884) Empress Eugénie's Crown, 1855, Paris, France.

Tiara from the Devonshire Parure, Chatsworth - C.F. Hancock, 1891.

Amethyst and diamond tiara. The tiara belongs (or at least belonged) to the famous Fouché d'Otrante family. It was worn by Countess Birgitta d’Otrante at the wedding of HRH Princess Benedikte of Denmark to HSH Prince Richard of S-W-B in 1968.

The de Lannoy Tiara. This 270 diamonds tiara was created in 1878 for the de Lannoys jeweler Altenloh from Brussels.

1890 sapphire and diamond tiara assembled from an earlier brooch and a later, formerly the property of a Gentleman of Title. A fleur de lys tiara necklace, which has had the front portion of it removed and the earlier sapphire and diamond brooch put in place. It sold at Christie's in late 2014, for £74,500.

Mughal turban ornaments.

Jubilee enamel brooch. United Kingdom, 1887: tourmaline, seed pearl, green formic roche enamel, white enamel, 18k gold. Made to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the accession of Queen Vitoria.

Princess Adelaide in the last Countess of Paris' Sapphire and Diamond tiara.

Ivy laurel tiara.

French Empire coral gilt tiara 1800's | The House of Beccaria~

Bavarian Ruby and Spinel Parure of gold, diamonds, and rubies, worn by members of the Bavarian Royal Family, now resides in the Residenz, a museum that was once home to the Wittelsbach family.

Lady Sarah wearing the Snowdon Floral Tiara, a gift from Anthony Armstrong-Jones (Lord Snowdon) to Princess Margaret for their wedding.

Turquoise Parure (Italy Royal Family).

Princess Grace's Cartier platinum and diamond necklace, a gift from Prince Rainier.

One of the parures of the late Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Warfield Simpson.

1925 Art Deco tiara of Doreen, Lady Brabourne.