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Empress Farah of Iran's wedding tiara. The magnificent huge cabochon emeralds are set on a base of fancy colored diamonds. An exquisite piece.

Empress Marie Louise Ruby and Diamond Coronation Crown, Nitot 1810

The parure of Marie-Louise Empress of France

Empress Eugenie Tiara, executed by Lemonnier mid-19th century, is based on neo-classical design belonging of Louis XVI style, in which the filigree silver-gilt mount is over crusted with small brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling 1998 diamonds in all, total weight of 63.30 carats. The origin of the pearls used is believed to be originally part of a magnifient pearl parure that was presented to Empress Marie Louise, Napoleon Bonaparte's second wife

1913, Tiara of Archduchess Marie Valerie by Köchert. Gold, silver, pearls, and diamonds.

Sapphire Parure of the Marie-Louise Empress of France

Empress Marie Louise Ruby and Diamond Coronation Crown, Nitot 1810

The Gloucester Turquoise tiara c1850. Also known as the Teck Turquoise tiara. It was a gift from Queen Mary’s mother Princess Mary Adelaide, the Duchess of Teck. In 1935 Queen Mary gave it to her daughter-in-law Alice, the Duchess of Gloucester, as a wedding gift.