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  • Deborah Rode

    UK | Boucheron Honeycomb Tiara. Version 1 | “It was made by Boucheron for the Hon. Mrs. Greville (a well-known society maven) in 1921 out of stones salvaged from another tiara. Having no heirs of her own, she left her considerable jewel collection to Queen Elizabeth (the future Queen Mother) when she died in 1942.”

  • MaryJane Murray

    The Boucheron Honeycomb Tiara ~ part of the British Crown Jewels

  • Julee Isaac

    Boucheron Honeycomb Diamond Tiara.

  • Tina Rhodes

    British Royal Jewels: Honeycomb or "Lady Greville Tiara" - 1921. In it's original form inherited by the Queen Consort or Queen Mother Elizabeth.

  • Morph

    The Boucheron Tiara belonged to the Queen Mother. It was since modified and has been worn by Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

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The Boucheron tiara was made by the French jeweler Boucheron in London in January 1921. The Tiara was left to the Queen Mother by her friend the Honorable Mrs. Greville upon her death. Queen Elizabeth lent the tiara to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who wore the tiara to the Queen’s Banquet for Commonwealth Heads of Government in November 2007 in Uganda.

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