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  • 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.

  • Denise Puppel

    Queen Mary's Diamond Loop Tiara: Queen Mary's "Loop Tiara" was created when she and the future George V were elevated to the titles of "Prince and Princess of Wales" upon the ascension of Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. It really is an interesting piece of workmanship, some experts refer to it as "egg shaped". The tiara was formed of oval loops with flowers and leaves. Total weight of the 675 diamonds is 102 3/4 carats. Thought to have been broken up to make the Delhi Durbar tiara

  • Andrew Hall

    Queen Marys Diamond Loop Tiara (Britain) This would look so good on my head. Haha

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