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      The Russian Kokoshnik Tiara; c. 1888. Worn by HM Queen Elizabeth II It appears that the queen is wearing the Russian Fringe Tiara as a necklace in this photo.

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    Lady Dalmeny wearing the Rosebery Primrose Tiara, United Kingdom (1830's; diamonds).

    Tiara Mania: Princess Noriko of Japan wearing the Pearl & Diamond Wave Tiara

    Queen Margherita (Italian- family tiara) wearing the Musy Tiara(her nickname was the Pearl Queen). Had it made at the birth of her grandson, she wore it to his christening and for the rest of her life.

    The Fleur de Lys Tiara, turquoise and diamond necklace and earrings and diamond bow brooch worn by HM Queen Sofia of Spain

    Princess Isabella de Ligne de La Trémoïlle. Belgian noble house of Ligne. The tiara, created by Holemans, features a large central aquamarine book-ended by smaller aquamarines. The piece also features diamond script "Ls" as a major feature of the design.

    The Queen Mother`s Diamond and Sapphire, Bunch of Grapes brooch, now worn by HM Queen Elizabeth.

    The peridot parure comprising a tiara, a necklace, an earrings, a brooch, three devant de corsage by Köchert in about 1825. It’s said that the first owner of the tiara was Archduchess Henriette of Austria. Correspond to the catalog of sale. 1937

    Exhibit B. The Duchess of Cambridge with the Barberini Sapphire tiara. This is hilarious! I LOVE the Photoshop watermark, placed there by a likeminded person who hates being lied to.

    Designed in 1811 for #Napoleon's second wife, this wheat sheaf #tiara is among the historical pieces on display at the #Chaumet pop-up #museum in #paris Full details at www.thejewellerye... #event #jewellery #princess #diamonds (scheduled via

    Every Russian Grand Duchess was conferred the Grand Cross of the Order of St. Catherine at her christening (or marriage into the Romanov family), and Princesses of the Imperial Blood were invested upon attaining their majority at 18.

    Greek Royal Jewels - Diamond stars and Diamond reviere of Queen Amalie of Greece

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    Princess Charlene of Monaco wearing the Infinite Cascade Necklace ~ a massive creation of Lebanese jeweler Tabbah, composed of pearls and diamonds: a gift from Prince Albert but Charlene was involved in the design

    Pearl and diamond tiara given by King Umberto II to his daughter, Maria Gabriella

    An impressive and highly important diamond ornament from the collection of the Russian Imperial Family, Russia, 2nd half of the 18th century. Consisting of an articulated band mounted in silver with a row of twenty-seven graduated cushion-shaped diamonds in open settings within a border of stylised foliate motifs close set with smaller similarly cut stones, embellished with a ribbon bow clasp close set in silver with cushion-shaped diamonds in an openwork floral and foliate pattern.

    The Wessex Aquamarine Tiara in necklace form.


    The Great Imperial Crown, made by a skilled court jeweller, Jeremia Posier, for the Empress Catherine II the Great's Coronation in 1762. Made up of the two open hemispheres divided by a foliate garland and fastened with a low hoop. The crown is set with 5,000 selected Indian diamonds (some Russian sources state this number as 4,836) & large white pearls. The crown is also decorated with one of the seven historic stones of the Russia's Diamond Collection -a large red spinel weighing 398.72 carats

    Tiara made for Queen Charlotte, the second wife of the last Württemberg king, Wilhelm II (r.1891-1918) by the Stuttgart court jeweler Eduard Foehr (1835-1904) in 1896, in the rococo style. Can be dismantled, with the different sections worn as brooches or hair ornaments.

    Tiara Mania: Imperial Chrysanthemum Tiara worn by Empress Michiko of Japan

    The Dagmar Necklace, 1863 Given by King Frederick VII of Denmark to Princess Alexandra on her marriage to the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII) in 1863. It is set with 118 pearls and 2,000 diamonds. The gold and enamel cross is a replica of the twelfth-century Dagmar Cross

    Princess Anne, the Princess Royal in her Festoon Diamond Tiara.

    The spectacular Greville Tiara, left to the Queen’s mother by society hostess Mrs Ronnie Greville