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Dorothy Cambridge, Marchioness of Cambridge, wearing the Cambridge Tiara, United Kingdom (pearls, diamonds). Photo taken at the time of Queen Elizabeth II's 1953 coronation.

A late belle epoque diamond star and pearl spike tiara, seen here worn by the Marchioness of Cambridge, on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation in Featuring a tiara made of alternating pearl spikes and diamond stars, rising from a diamond band.

The sapphire and diamond parure frequently worn by Queen Silvia of Sweden must…

One of the first photographs of the Leuchtenberg sapphire tiara being worn by a Queen Consort is that of Queen Victoria, nee Baden, wife of King Gustaf V

CORONATION OF TSAR NICHOLAS II in 1896~ In full Court dress and magnificent jewels~ first row~ Grand Duchess Alexandra Iosifovna, Duchess of Connaught~ second row~ Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna & Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirova.

*ELENA* Royal ladies at the Coronation of Nicholas II in 1896 First row - Grand Duchess Alexandra Iosifovna and The Duchess of Connaught Second row - Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna and Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna

Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark, wife of Prince Paul of Yugoslavia, wearing Princess Abamalek Lazarev's Diamond Tiara, Georgia/Yugoslavia (1907; made by Boucheron; diamonds, yellow diamonds).

Princess Olga nee Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark wear Princess Maria Abamelek Lazarev Tiara by Boucheron ca.

Mabel Danvers Ryder (née Smith), Countess of Harrowby

Katherine Collier, Lady Monswell, wearing her belle epoque tiara to the Coronation of Elizabeth II in Circa a high belle epoque foliate tiara, featuring sprays and scrolls of diamonds.

Charlotte Josephine, Marchioness of Winchester (d. 1924), née Howard by Lafayette 1902.

Charlotte Josephine,Marchioness of Winchester dressed in her coronation robes of a Marchioness for King Edward VII’s coronation in

Belle epoque amethyst tiara and necklace, inherited by Lady Maud Carnige (via Queen Alexandra, to her daughter, Duchess of Fife, Then countess of Duff and Southesk), seen at the Coronation of George VI in 1937.

Belle epoque amethyst tiara and necklace, inherited via Queen Alexandra by Maud, Lady Carnegie, daughter of Princess Louise of Wales, Duchess of Fife. Worn by Lady Carnegie at the Coronation of her cousin George VI in

Rose Greville (née Bingham), Countess of Warwick

Baroness Borwick, Lady Dorothea Gertrude Borwick, nee Grey, wearing a lovely diamond tiara, photo taken in honour of the Coronation of King George VI in 1937

Elizabeth Gordon-Lennox, Duchess of Richmond, wearing the Richmond Tiara, United Kingdom (diamonds). Worn at the 1937 coronation of King George VI. © National Portrait Gallery, London.

Elizabeth Gordon-Lennox, Duchess of Richmond, wearing the Richmond Tiara, United Kingdom (diamonds). Worn at the 1937 coronation of King George VI.

Marchioness of Londonderry wearing an early version of her tiara and an enormous diamond stomacher.

Marchioness of Londonderry wears the famous Londonderry Jewels, many of which are now in the Victoria and Albert Museum, for the 1948 State Opening of Parliament.

Therese Marchioness of Londonderry

L'ancienne cour -Therese Marchioness of Londonderry -

Lady Theresa Susey Helen Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Marchioness of Londonderry - circa She was born Theresa Chetwynd-Talbot, and married the Marquess of Londonderry in (Photo by W.

Princess Mary Adelaide's, the duchess of Teck's, daughter-in-law, the Marchioness of Cambridge, nee Lady Margaret Evelyn Grosvenor, wearing the Teck crescent tiara (and the matching necklace [bottom one] which can also be put on a frame as a tiara, although a rather redundant-looking one, it seems to me.

Queen Mary's Mother, Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge wearing The Teck Necklace.

Lady Aimee Michelham, nee Bradshaw, 1911. Wearing a massive diamond and emerald tiara with circa seven large 'heart-shaped' motifs, on the occasion of the Coronation of George V.

Lady Aimee Michelham, nee Bradshaw, Wearing a massive diamond and emerald tiara with circa seven large 'heart-shaped' motifs, on the occasion of the Coronation of George V.

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