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Emerald and diamond tiara worn by the tsarina of Russia.

Russian Jewels: the Colombian Tiara - c. Emerald and Diamond tiara of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna by the Russian jeweler Bolin.

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Princess Louise d'Orleans Diamond Scroll Kokoshnik Tiara - cttw - to her daughter Princess Maria de la Esperanza of Bourbon-Two Sicilies who married D. Pedro Gastão of Orleans Bragança, Prince of Brazil in 1944 - auctioned in 1981

IMPERIAL RUSSIAN TIARA by BOLIN 1890~ Kokoshnik style in gold, with rubies and diamonds. Originally made for Grand Duchess Sophie, wife of Grand Duke Michael Mikhailovich. Later, known as the Milford Haven Tiara, UK.

Imperial Russian tiara by Bolin Kokoshnik style in gold, with rubies and diamonds. Originally made for Grand Duchess Sophie, wife of Grand Duke Michael Mikhailovich. Later, known as the Milford Haven Tiara, UK.

Iran Royal Jewellery: Diamond and ruby tiara was made for the Shah of Iran's sister for his coronation in 1967

Imperial Iranian Crown Jewels Tiara of Princess Ashraf.The tiara of Princess Ashraf Pahlavi - The last Shah of Iran's twin sister.

Queen Mary's crown wow 2200 diamonds and the Koh I Noor diamond on top

British Royal Jewels: Queen Consort Mary's Coronation Crown - 1911 by Gerrard and Co. This illustrates the circlet with the 8 arches detached. In 1914 the Cullinan III & IV where replaced with crystals.

The Indian Tiara, ca. early 20th Cent. Attributed to Cartier Owned by Princess Marie Louise

Princess Marie-Louise sapphire, pearl and diamond Indian Tiara from Cartier. Marie-Louise was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria, the child of Princess Helena and Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein.

Oriental Circlet This tiara was created in 1853 by Garrard for Queen Victoria.  It was designed by her husband, Prince Albert, who was inspired by the Indian jewels presented to Queen Victoria by the East India Company at the end of the Great Exhibition.  In 1858, the tiara had to be redone because some of the diamonds were lost in the Hanover settlement.  In 1902, Queen Alexandra had the tiara shortened from seventeen arches to eleven and had the opals replaced with rubies that were given…

The Oriental Circlet of Queen Victoria. It originally contained opals, Alexandra, the Princess of Wales

Aquamarine & Diamond tiara, c. 1910

Aquamarine- my birthstone. This aquamarine and diamond Belle Epoque tiara was part of the estate of Christian, Lady Hesketh. It has graduated aquamarine clusters interspersed with sprays of diamond myrtle leaves.

This tiara was made in 1884 or 1885 for Lady Granville from beetles, it was given to her husband by the ambassador of Portugal.

set with tiara, necklace, and earrings made in 1884 or 1885 for Lady Granville from beetles given to her husband (the foreign secretary at the time) by the ambassador of Portugal.

Bagration tiara, now belongs to the Duke and Duchess of Westminster

Diamonds and Spinels Westminster Bagration Tiara and Parure (comb, necklace, and earrings), ca. 1810 Designed by Fossin & Fils (later Chaumet) Originally owned by Russian Princess Catherine Bagration,.

Imperial Romanov Jewels - The Russian Diamond Fund: Russia's Treasure of Diamonds and Precious Stones (Top: a diadem with large sapphires and diamonds; below: diadem with brilliant diamonds and natural pearls)

Romanov tiaras, large kokoshnik on top and tiny tiara with spike pearls on…

Princess Olga of Yugoslavia's tiara, received from her mother ...

Diamond Kokoshnik of Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, who married Prince Nicolas of Greece. Circa early Later given to Princess Olga of Yugoslavia.

The Fleur de Lys tiara worn only by the Queen of Spain (at present Queen Sofia). It was made in 1906 by Ansorena as a wedding gift for Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg, queen consort of King Alfonso XIII of Spain.

Queen Mary's Amethyst Tiara by lawanda

Queen Mary's Amethyst Tiara and Earrings, later sold off by the Queen.