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  • Alice Endini

    HRH Princess Alexandra of Kent wearing her floral tiara with turquoises (these stones can be replaced by pearls or sapphires), a pair of turquoise and diamond earrings, and her replica of Queen Victoria's diamond Jubilee Necklace (without the crown in the center) set with turquoises (they can be replaced by pearls so it can really be like the original necklace).

  • Xavier Guiraud de Saint-Eymart

    Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Focus on... Kent Jewels: Princess Alexandra’s Tiara & Parure

  • Cl Cunningham

    On 24 April 1963, Princess Alexandra of Kent married the Hon. Angus James Bruce Ogilvy (1928–2004) The wedding ceremony was attended by the royal family and was broadcast worldwide on television, watched by an estimated 200 million people. , Lady Ogilvy ~ wearing her parure w/ turquise ~ The set includes interchangeable stone options: the center of the flowers in the tiara can be either pearl, sapphire, or turquoise.

  • Christy Livingstone

    Princess Alexandra wearing the Ogilvy Tiara with the turquoise stones and a copy of the Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee Necklace given to Alexandra by her husband Angus Ogilvy

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