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    The Crown of the Queen Consort of Bavaria 1807

    The Fife Tiara first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. When she married the Earl of Fife in 1889, she received quite a waterfall of sparkling presents; this stunning tiara with pear-shaped diamonds hanging freely in a diamond framework, topped with more pear-shaped diamonds alternating with round diamonds, was among them. It is thought to be the work of Parisian jeweler Oscar Massin.

    Turquoise and diamond tiara and brooch from the Russian imperial jewellery collection.

    Luxembourg Empire Tiara

    The Crown of the Queen Consort of Bavaria 1807

    Crown of Imperial Russia

    Antique French RARE Tremble Flower Crown Tiara

    Antique Tiara of the Fouche D'Otrante family (amethysts, diamonds).

    The Luxembourg Empire Tiara the Luxembourg Empire Tiara. Composed of massive amounts of diamonds in the Empire style potentially dating from the early 19th century, it earns its name on scale alone. This regal gem made its public debut on the head of reigning Grand Duchess Charlotte when she married Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma in 1919.

    A 19th century ruby, natural pearl, and diamond crown, circa 1890. The openwork circlet of scrolling foliate design set throughout with rose and old brilliant-cut diamonds, with cushion-shaped ruby highlights, culminating in alternating claw-set diamonds and pear-shaped pearl finials.

    The Burmese Rose Tiara. Another tiara part of Queen Elizabeth's collection.

    Pastel Jewelled Crown

    The Crown of the Queens of Bavaria

    Always wear your invisible crown (or tiara)

    Deb Hodge


    Flower Crown White Wire vine crown

    You are a princess

    Tiara of the Countess of Flanders - Around 1830, Gold, silver, diamonds, pearls

    Tiara with emeralds (Bolin, 1900)

    Crown of Louis XV of France

    Romancing the Home crown

    The tiara of Princess Ashraf Pahlavi - The last Shah of Iran's twin sister.

    The Fleur de Lis is said to be one of the most cherished by the Spanish Royal Family. It was a present given by King Alfonso XIII to Queen Victoria Eugenia, who worn it at their wedding, on the 31st of May 1906. The tiara is made of platinum and diamonds. The tiara has a sort of hinges that makes possible to use it opened or closed.