The Rosebery Tiara in gold silver and diamonds, with natural bouton and drop pearls in fitted case by R & S Garrard, London, circa from The Qatar Museums Authority Collection, on display at the V&A's Pearls exhibition.
State Crown (frame) of King George I, Great Britain gold, gilt, paste gemstones, velvet). Aquamarine glass monde and cross from King Charles II's state crown of The arches were pulled upwards for King George II's coronation.
CROWN~St Edward's Crown, 1661, is made of gold and heavy, weighing 71 ounces (2.04 kg). Initially, it was set with stones hired for the coronation and then reset with pastes so it could be displayed in the jewel house. In 1911 for the coronation of George V, the crown was permanently set with 444 semi-precious gems. The crown dates from the coronation of Charles II. Royal Collection Trust.
The Portland sapphire tiara was inherited by William and Ivy's daughter, Lady Anne. She never married and when she died in her nephew inherited the tiara, then put it up for auction via Christie's on 1 December 2010
t Edward's Crown. Gold, silver, platinum, enamel, tourmalines, topazes, rubies, amethysts, sapphires, garnet, peridot, zircons, spinel, aquamarines, velvet and ermine. Acquirer: Charles II, King of Great Britain (1630-85). Provenance: Commissioned for the Coronation of Charles II on 23 April 1661 from the Crown Jeweller, Robert Viner.
Crown of Charles X of France, who reigned from Sept 1830