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Earl & Countess of Warwick (1947)

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Earl and Countess Spencer. (the older he gets the more he looks like his father!)

Charles, Earl Spencer and his wife, Karen, Countess Spencer attend Day 1 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on 18 June 2013

Elizabethan Clothing

Elizabethan Clothing

Frances Sidney, Countess of Sussex, lady of the bedchamber of Elizabeth I. Lady Frances Sidney Countess of Sussex, Foundress of Sidney Sussex College by Steven van der Meulen, ca 1565

Anne, 9th Countess of Dunmore, wearing an intricate diamond and pearl floral tiara with multiple foliate motifs.

Anne, Countess of Dunmore, wearing an intricate diamond and pearl floral tiara with multiple foliate motifs.

Later, in 1937, Beatrice, Countess of Pembroke, wearing a substantial tiara to the Coronation of King George VI

Later, in Beatrice, Countess of Pembroke, wearing a substantial tiara to the Coronation of King George VI

Baroness Borwick, Lady Dorothea Gertrude Borwick, nee Grey, wearing a lovely diamond tiara, photo taken in honour of the Coronation of King George VI in 1937

Gods and Foolish Grandeur: Dreary peeresses - coronation portraits by Bassano…

Lady Margaret Fortescue van Cutsem wearing the Fortescue Tiara, United kingdom…

Lady Margaret Fortesque, wearing a diamond and button pearl tiara with eleven foliate motifs when she wed Bernard van Cutsem. Photo taken on 3 August 1948

The Marlborough Family, 1905, John Singer Sargent (1856-1925).

John Singer Sargent, Portrait of the Duke Marlborough, Consuelo (Vanderbilt) with their children, 1905

Ladies may I remind you that you can wear hats indoors until 6pm. After 6pm it’s tiaras! #etiquette

Brooches and hair Elizabeth Clerk, Lady Merthyr, wearing the Merthyr Tiara, United Kingdom (diamonds).

countess+coronation+robe | Sitter : Helena Violet Alice, Countess of Stradbroke (d. 1949), née ...

Helena, Countess Stradbroke, nee Fraser, wearing a gorgeous diamond and emerald belle epoque tiara, 1902

Kathleen Bulkeley, Duchess of Wellington, wearing the Wellington Tiara, United Kingdom (19th c.; diamonds). © National Portrait Gallery, London.

The Diamond Wellington Tiara - century -worn here by Kathleen Bulkeley, Duchess of Wellington - also wearing a major diamond necklace

A diamond belle epoque tiara, worn by the Countess of Cadogan, Lady Beatrice Craven, circa 1890. Featuring a series of nine floral motifs, set on a band of diamonds.

Lady Beatrice, Countess Cadogan, wearing a diamond floral tiara with circa nine flower-head motifs punctuated by smaller spacers topped with pear-shaped diamonds. Plus a diamond fringe necklace that might double as a tiara

Isabelle of Orléans, Duchesse of Guise, wearing the Duchess of Angouleme's Emerald Tiara

Isabelle of Orléans, Duchesse of Guise, wearing the Duchess of Angouleme's Emerald Tiara, which looks absolutely awful as a bandeau.

The Cholmondeley family: This necklace, with a long royal pedigree, belonged to the Marchioness of Cholmondeley. It was sold at Christies, you can read about the necklace here. This is the second time the necklace went up for sale. Below are pictures from the first auction...

UK - The Marquess and Marchioness of Cholmondeley Sybil C wears the sapphire necklace from the french crown jewels inherited from her mother Lady Sassoon (nee Aline de Rothschild)

countess+coronation+robe | Biog : Daughter of 6th Viscount Barrington; m. (1856) 3rd Earl of ...

Caroline Susan Augusta, Countess of Normanton née Barrington.

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