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  • Michele Stone

    this would be my "evil queen" tiara!! Harcourt Tiara

  • Carol Haddock

    Harcourt Tiara was worn at the 1937 coronation of King George VI by the Dowager Viscountess Harcourt. Her daughter, Lady Ashburton, later wore the same tiara at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Lady Ashburton was the elder sister of William, second Viscount Harcourt. She married the Hon. Alexander Baring, later sixth Baron Ashburton, in 1924, the father of the present owner.

  • Lorelai Jahn

    Harcourt emerald and diamond Tiara by Boucheron c1910. Given to the Viscountess Harcourt by her uncle, the American banker, Pierpont Morgan.

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A MAGNIFICENT ANTIQUE EMERALD AND DIAMOND TIARA Comprising seven graduated step-cut emeralds set within sprays of diamond flowerheads and leaves, running between borders of continuous diamond collets and ribbon motifs, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1900