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Next up, the substantial and impressive diamond tiara of Queen Sophia of Greece, nee Prussia. This piece was a gift from her family when she wed Crown Prince Constantine of Greece on 27 October 1889. As to the giver of the gift theories vary, some say it was Sophia's mother, Empress Vicki (daughter of Queen Victoria), and others attribute it to her oldest brother, Wilhelm II of Prussia.

Next up, the substantial and impressive diamond tiara of Queen Sophia of Greece, nee Prussia. This piece was a gift from her family when she wed Crown Prince Constantine of Greece on 27 October 1889. As to the giver of the gift theories vary, some say it was Sophia's mother, Empress Vicki (daughter of Queen Victoria), and others attribute it to her oldest brother, Wilhelm II of Prussia.

From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara

GIRLS OF GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND TIARA Queen Mary received this as a wedding gift in 1893 from a committee representing the girls of Great Britain and Ireland. Mary gave it to her granddaughter, Princess Elizabeth, as a wedding present in

This is the Portland Sapphire Tiara. It was created around 1890, probably by Garrard. The 6th Duke of Portland bought it for his wife, Winifred Dallas-Yorke. Five of the sapphires came from Ceylon, four from Burma, and the last three are anyone’s guess. The pearls are all natural saltwater pearls. The Duke broke up at least three other pieces of jewelry in 1887 in order to create this new tiara. See a new tiara every Tuesday on http://JenniWiltz.com/blog. #tiaratuesday

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: My Ultimate Tiara Collection: The Danish Ruby Parure and the Portland Sapphire Tiara

The Girls of Great Britain & Ireland Tiara. Consists of a diamond design of festoons and scrolls set on a bandeau base of round and lozenge-shaped diamonds, and toped with diamond collets. Originally a wedding gift to Queen Mary in 1893, it is now best recognized as Queen Elizabeth's crown of choice.

The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara was a wedding present for Queen Mary from committee women. In Mary gave the diamond and silver tiara to her granddaughter, the future Queen Elizabeth II, as a wedding present.

Mi tiara favorita de la colección Kent es el adorno de Tiara. También es probablemente el más reconocido entre las joyas de Kent.

Kent Diamond and Pearl Festoon Tiara - c. 1900 - from Duke of Kent to wife Princess Marina

The Teck Crescent Tiara https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152738313163776&set=oa.283553501812446&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/groups/260713314096465/

The Teck Crescent Tiara This diamond diadem, featuring three wild roses separated by 20 crescent shapes, was assembled by Mary Adelaide from various jewels she inherited from her aunt, Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester.

Queen Elizabeth so liked this aquamarine set that in 1957 she commissioned Garrards & Co, London to create a matching tiara for her. This tiara originally was in the form of a bandeau with 3 upright detachable aquamarines (that could be worn as brooches) on a platinum band. The central large aquamarine was the original necklace pendant drop given to the Queen in 1953. Queen Elizabeth had the tiara redesigned in 1971.

Queen Elizabeth’s Brazilian Aquamarine and Diamond Parure and the Boucheron Diamond Clips

Queen Elizabeth still wears this beauty frequently today. It came from Princess Victoria Mary of Teck (later Queen Mary), who received The Girls of Great Britain Tiara as a wedding present; she once wore it to an 1897 ball to complement her French Renaissance-period costume.  love lace leopard <3

fawnvelveteen: “ Queen Elizabeth still wears this beauty frequently today. It came from Princess Victoria Mary of Teck (later Queen Mary), who received The Girls of Great Britain Tiara as a wedding.

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Aquamarine and Diamond tiara provenance Lady Hesketh. supposed to add aquamarine on our 5 yr anniversary to my band.

The Angouleme Emerald Tiara worn by Marie Antoinette and made by Evrard and Frederic Bapst for the French crown jewels in 1820. There are 1031 diamonds and 40 emeralds in the setting.

The Angouleme Emerald Tiara worn by Marie Antoinette and made by Evrard and Frederic Bapst for the French crown jewels in There are 1031 diamonds and 40 emeralds in the setting.

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