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Another diamond and sapphire tiara from the 1925 line up, a massive wreath tiara, with laurel leaves and other foliage supporting some very large sapphires.

Diamond and sapphire tiara of Express Alexandra Feodorovna, nee Alice of Hessen. Made during the reign of Tsar Paul I.

A late 19th century diamond tiara, circa 1880

A late century diamond tiara, circa 1880 Of tapering chevron design, each scrolling foliate panel of leaves, buds and.

Between the Coronation of George VI in 1937, and the Coronation of his eldest daughter, Elizabeth II in 1953, Sybil Sassoon's diamond and sapphire tiara underwent a remodeling which added a large emerald-cut sapphire and six smaller sapphires as a central motif.

Between the Coronation of George VI in and the Coronation of his eldest daughter, Elizabeth II in Sybil Sassoon's diamond and sapphire tiara underwent a remodeling which added a large emerald-cut sapphire and six smaller sapphires as a central motif.

Collar de zafiros y diamantes de Isabel II, confeccionado en 1850

he sapphire necklace is part of the King George VI Sapphire Suite which was given by King George VI as a wedding present for his daughter, Princess Elizabeth (the future Queen Elizabeth II) when she married Prince Phillip in 1947

Countess of Paris' Art Deco tiara, by Mellerio dits Meller - sapphire and diamonds mounted on white gold - given in 1931 to Isabelle of Orléans-Braganza for her marriage to Henri d'Orleans (later Earl of Paris / 1908-1999) by monarchists who subscribed to its purchase.

Countess of Paris' Art Deco tiara, by Mellerio dits Meller - sapphire and diamonds mounted on white gold - given in 1931 to Isabelle of Orléans-Braganza for her marriage to Henri d'Orleans (later Earl of Paris /

Princess Marie Louise's Indian Tiara, United Kingdom (prob. early 1900's; made by Cartier; sapphires, pearls, diamonds). It mimics the style of Indian jewels.

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.

The "Portland" name comes from the tiara's family, of course: the tiara was created by E. Wolff & Co. for Garrard shortly after William Cavendish-Bentinck, the 6th Duke of Portland, married Winnifred Dallas-Yorke in 1889. In the true tradition of owning jewels for use and wear instead of museum-like adoration, this tiara is a composite of other family jewels that were broken down to create it. A matching stomacher predates the tiara and may have served as a design inspiration.

The Portland Antique Diamond and Natural Pearl Tiara Info: A tiara that belonged to the Duchess of Portland. Creator: Unknown, circa 1890 Stone(s): Diamond, Natural Pearl, Blue Sapphire Metal: Silver and Yellow Gold

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