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Nikolaos and Tatiana's  Wedding

Nikolaos and Tatiana's Wedding

The Prussian Tiara of Queen Sofia of Spain given to her by her mother, Queen Frederica of the Hellenes.

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.

Queen Sophia’s Diamond Tiara    History: This tiara was first seen on Queen Sophie, previously known as Princess Sophie of Prussia on her wedding to Constantine I of Greece in 1889. The tiara was later inherited by Queen Sophia’s daughter-in-law, Queen Frederika after she had died in 1932. The tiara was then never seen for over four decades, allowing many “royal watchers” to question its ownership. Many argued that the tiara had been sold after the Greek Royal Family was deposed due to it…

royalwatcher: “ Queen Sophia’s Diamond Tiara History: This tiara was first seen on Queen Sophie, previously known as Princess Sophie of Prussia on her wedding to Constantine I of Greece in The.

Tiara originally belonging to Queen Sophia of Greece.  Now part of Greek royal family jewels.

Londonderry Tiara Greece- The diamond tiara mixed in with the Londonderry pearls looks very much like one that belonged to Queen Sophie and Queen Frederica of Greece, that reappeared only after a long absence on Marie-Chantal.

Princess Anastasia of Greece (January 20, 1873 – August 26 1923), wearing her Cartier tiara.   She was a wealthy American heiress, Nancy Stewart Worthington Leeds.  Nancy became a member of the Greek Royal Family through her third marriage, to Prince Christopher of Greece and Denmark, the youngest child of King George I of Greece and Olga, Queen of Greece.

Princess Anastasia of Greece and Denmark, wife of Prince Christopher, wearing her Cartier Tiara, Greece made by Cartier;

Greek Ruby Parure; part of the Greek Crown Jewels. Worn by Queen Anne-Marie of Greece.

Tiara Mania: Queen Olga of Greece's Ruby Olive Wreath Tiara worn by Queen Anne Marie of Greece

Queen Anne Marie of the Hellenes, née Princess of Denmark.

Queen Anne Marie of the Hellenes, née Princess of...

Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark, Queen Consort of the Hellenes and wife of King Constantine II, wearing the Emerald Parure Tiara, Greece made by Cartier;

Royal Jewels of the World Message Board: Picture of Empress Eugenie wearing the Greek tiara of the French Crown jewels

The Greek tiara of Empress Eugénie , in the 1867 version (French Crown Jewels)

Greek Emerald Tiara III - it remains in the possession of the Greek royal family in exile, worn by Queen Anne Marie (formerly princess of Denmark).

Greek Emerald Tiara III - it remains in the possession of the Greek royal family in exile, worn by Queen Anne Marie (formerly princess of Denmark). This tiara can be worn as a necklace

Greek royal Jewels - Sapphire and Diamond Parure Necklace and rings, part of a parure belonging to Queen Olga of Greece, made by Mellerio Dits Meller, circa 1870.

Impressive sapphire and diamond demi-parure, Mellerio dits Meller, circa The property of H. Prince Carlo Della Torre E Tasso. Formerly from the Collections of Princess Marie Bonaparte and Princess Eugenie of Greece and Denmark - Sotheby's

Greek Royal Jewels: Queen Sophie's Diamond Tiara - 1889. Wedding gift to Sophie of Prussia (1870-1932) passed to her daughter,  Queen Helen of Romanian. Given to her daughter, Queen Fredrika of Greece.  Unworn after her death in 1981 until worn by Princess Marie-Chantal in 2001.

The Swedish Nine Prong Tiara - Made in Berlin as a gift for Queen Sophia, consort of King Oscar II. A part of the Bernadotte Foundation, it technically belongs to no one person, but it’s definitely a favorite of Queen Silvia’s

The royal jewels - Royalty of Greece- marie chantal necklace tiara.png

Bling fling: Royal crowns and tiaras

Greece 10 In 1959, Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria presented the Greek Crown Jewels (also called the Greek Regalia) back to King Paul of Greece. Greek monarchs since Otto had not been crowned. Nevertheless the Crown Jewels of Otto were accepted and remain in Greece.

Greece 10 In Albrecht, Duke of Bavaria presented the Greek Crown Jewels (also called the Greek Regalia) back to King Paul of Greece. Greek monarchs since Otto had not been crowned. Nevertheless the Crown Jewels of Otto were accepted and remain in Greece.

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