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Diadema di nozze della Regina Ingrid di Danimarca, nata Principessa di Svezia (Koch)

the Baden Palmette Tiara Created by the jewelry firm Koch, in Frankfurt, circa 1900 depicts five heart-shaped palms, separated by flowers.

Imperial Kiani Crown of Persia

Iranian Crown Jewels: The Kiani Crown was the traditional coronation crown in the Iranian Crown Jewels, which was used during the Qajar dynasty (Source: Wikipedia)

Grand Duchess Vladimir's diamond circles, now owned by the British royal family. Surely one of the most iconic and beautiful tiaras.

A double image of the Vlad tiara with both pearls and emeralds, and the new Queen Elizabeth started to wear her grandmother's tiara when she went to see the Royal Film Performance of 'Beau Brummel' in My thanks to 'The Court Jeweller' for the info.

Tiara belonging to Queen Maria Amelia of Portugal. There was a matching necklace. The tiara is now the property of HRH The Duke of Braganza. by stefanie

Diamond Tiara belonging to Queen Maria Amelia of Portugal. There was a matching necklace. The tiara is now the property of HRH The Duke of Braganza

Josephine Bonaparte's Tiara

Empress Maire Louise's Tiara (second wife of Napoleon); originally set with emeralds and converted by Van Cleef. The emeralds were subsequently set into different jewelry.

The Braganza tiara 34 years apart, first time and last time Queen Silvia of Sweden wore the tiara: Photo 1, Queen Silvia 1976 Photo 2; Queen Silvia at Crown Princess Wedding 2010

The Braganza tiara 34 years apart, first time and last time Queen Silvia of Sweden wore the tiara: Photo Queen Silvia 1976 Photo Queen Silvia at Crown Princess Wedding 2010

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The tiara worn by Tsarina Alexandra in the previous two pins. A large Russian kokoshnic, with multiple pear-shaped diamonds, both top and bottom. It's current whereabouts are unknown.

The 'peregrinations' of the 'Prussian' belle epoque tiara, 1913. This fabulous diamond tiara has made its way round several Royal Families of Europe in the past hundred years or so. Starting with a base of Greek Key motifs, then upright diamonds, to a band of laurel leaves, with a lovely pear-shaped diamond at its centre

Spanish Royal Jewels: The Prussian or Hellenic Tiara - 1913 by the German jeweler Koch. Currently owned by Queen Sofia of Spain given to her by her mother, Queen Frederica of Greece.

Beautiful but I'd rather have flowers ...each to her own !!!....

Crowns and Tiaras/karen cox. The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

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