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  • Jody Keith

    Queen Mary's Diamond Loop Tiara, created when she and future George V were elevated to titles of "Prince and Princess of Wales" upon ascension of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. Tiara was formed of oval loops with flowers and leaves

  • margaret watson

    The Boucheron 'Loop' tiara, circa 1902, for Princess Mary, late Queen Mary. Designed as a series of High diamond loops, with diamond flowers and leaves within them, and similar spacers. This tiara was later dismantled to make the Delhi Durbar tiara.

  • Tina Rhodes

    British Royal Jewels: Diamond Loop Tiara - 1902 by Boucheon. The diamonds were a gift from DeBeers to Queen Mary. She had it remade into the Delhi Durban tiara in 1911.

  • Grace

    The Queen Mary Diamond Loop Tiara. I can not find more information about it. I wonder where it is now.

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