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Tiara Mania: Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia's Vladimir Pearl Drop Tiara worn by Queen Mary of the United Kingdom

The Vladimir Tiara, sometimes referred to as the Diamond and Pearl Tiara, was purchased along with a diamond riviere in 1921 by Queen Mary from Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia (mother of Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent), for a price of in

An Edwardian gold and diamond tiara, of C scroll foliate design, detachable to form a necklace, in fitted box for Rood of Burlington Arcade

An Edwardian gold and diamond tiara, of C scroll foliate design, detachable to form a necklace, in fitted box for Rood of Burlington Arcade.

A Gold Backed Silver, Amethyst and Diamond Tiara, containing nine oval amethysts weighing approximately carats to carats each

A belle epoque aigrette, 1913, by Cartier. Supported by a kokoshnic style base, this aigrette features some seriously large pear-shaped diamonds. The first acts as base from which three diamond pinnacles rise, the central then branches out to suspend two more large pear-shaped diamonds. Though it's shown here minus it's feathers, the effect must have been very striking when worn.

Cartier Aigrette - Belle Epoque, c. aigrette tiaras became the rage in women’s fashion. They came in wing shapes for the opera, and egret feathers, real or expressed in jewels, were attached to magnificent diamond tiaras.

AN ANTIQUE RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND EMERALD TIARA Probably Russian, mid-19th Century. The Collection of Mrs. Lily Safra sale at Christie's. The tapered openwork band centering upon two birds of paradise set with rubies, in a sapphire, ruby and emerald foliage surround, enhanced by larger cushion-shaped sapphire collets, mounted in silver.

tiarascrowns: “ AN ANTIQUE RUBY, SAPPHIRE AND EMERALD TIARA The tapered openwork band centering upon two birds of paradise set with rubies, in a sapphire, ruby and emerald foliage surround, enhanced.

13 Carat Diamond Tiara

The Baden Tiara Baden Tiara, Germany (made by Cartier; Once belonged to Princess Hilda of Nassau, Grand Duchess of Baden.

Tiara of Archduchess Margarethe Klementine Maria of Austria.

A large diamond tiara belonging to the Thurn und Taxis family, known as the Empire Tiara. Designed as a series of large diamond clusters, some ontop of each other, others topped with honeysuckle motfis.

A 1930's parure which assembles into the tiara pictured or similar necklace. Comprises a pair of dress clips with brooch fitting, which combine to form the center butterfly style motif, and the two scrolling sides (necklace or tiara) total weight excess of 10 carats

A parure which assembles into the tiara pictured or similar necklace. Comprises a pair of dress clips with brooch fitting, which combine to form the center butterfly style motif, and the two scrolling sides (necklace or tiara) total weight excess o

Tiara Mania: Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia's Vladimir Pearl Drop Tiara worn by Queen Mary of the United Kingdom

The Tudors Wiki—Grand Duchess Vladimir with Mary’s Cambridge Emerald droplets.

Queen Ingrid of Denmark's Star and Pearl Tiara, Germany (pearls, diamonds). Inherited by Princess Benedikte of Denmark and Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg.

The Stars and Pearls Tiara is a historic piece connected to Swedish, Norwegian and Danish Royal Houses. It is now in possession of Princess Benedikte, Queen Margrethe’s younger sister, and has become one of her trademark pieces.

A bandeau / tiara with cartouche motifs in small pearl beads, woven between old-cut diamond swirls. It came in its original box. It was made by Gebrüder Friedländer of Berlin. He was the House Jeweler to the Princess Luise of Prussia in the early 1900s.

PEARL BANDEAU TIARA~ with cartouche motifs in small pearl beads, woven between old-cut diamond swirls. It came in its original box. It was made by Gebrüder Friedländer of Berlin. He was the House Jeweler to the Princess Luise of Prussia in the early

Kokoshnic Tierra of tzarina Alexandra

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna’s Diamond Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara. c 1900 Wartski purchased it in Russia in the late Said to have been the personal property of Tsarina Alexandra, present whereabouts unknown. Also necklace and earrings matching the tiara.

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