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Queen Mary's Greek Key Aigrette Tiara, United Kingdom (ca. 1850-1900; diamonds, gold, silver, osprey feathers).

Larger image of a tiara willed to Q. Elizabeth the Queen Mother as a part of the Greville bequest - a double meander and aigrette, worn bandeau-style. Rarely seen, Princess Anne appears to have worn it, sans aigrette, at a state dinner in China.

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Poltimore tiara, worn by Princess Margaret. Every girl has an inner princess

Heavy Is The Crown

Bandeau Tiara featuring a series of Greek Key geometric lines, encasing five stylised floral motifs, and surrounded by a line of circular diamonds

HM Queen Mary Queen Alexandra's wedding earrings and a diamond bandeau seen in public only on this occasion.

HM Queen Mary Queen Alexandra's wedding earrings and a diamond bandeau seen in public only on this occasion.

The Mystery Amethyst Tiara of Queen Alexandra, Princess of Denmark and Queen of Great Britain, wife of Edward VII (1901-1910.

Amethyst and Diamond Tiara - by Cartier; displayed in the jewelry department at the Palazzo Pitti Museum in Florence, often incorrectly credited with belonging to Queen Alexandra.

Here's a great view of Queen Margrethe of Denmark's Diamond Aigrette.

The Floral Aigrette Tiara, belonging to Her Majesty Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. I too want a tiara, nothing this splendid, but one to wear while I do housework to remind myself that even in my mundane, I am queen of my domain and oh so lucky at that!

Jewels of the Romanovs - Treasures of the Imperial Court

Diamond and sapphire tiara from the Russian Imperial Jewels collection. Tsaritsa Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia's tiara.

The Vladimir Tiara shown in three variations: with pendant pearls, emeralds, and without pendants. The emeralds are part of the Cambridge Emeralds collection, spare emeralds in the monarch's possession.

Vladimir Tiara with pearls, Russia, made for Grand Duchess Vladimir. Sold in 1921 to Queen Mary of England who adapted it to take 15 of the celebrated Cambridge emeralds.

Empress Eugenie’s Pearl and Diamond Tiara (1853) ~ A wedding gift from Napoleon III to Empress Eugenie on the occasion of their marriage. Currently housed in the Louvre.

Empress Eugenie's Grand Pearl and Diamond Diadem of the French Napoleonic Crown Jewels. Eugénie's tiara was created by the Crown Jeweller, Lemonnier, using the Napoleonic pearls. The Louvre. This crown can be seen in the Empress's official portrait,

Queen Mary in 1912, wearing the Hanover fringe tiara identified as Queen Adelaide's fringe necklace, also worn by Queen Alexandra. It was also worn by Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) as a necklace.

Queen Mary in wearing the Hanover fringe tiara identified as Queen Adelaide's fringe necklace, also worn by Queen Alexandra. It was also worn by Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) as a necklace.

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Sapphire and diamond tiara Designed as a series of thirteen graduated stylised ribbon and scroll elements set with circular- single-cut cushion-shaped and oval diamonds each highlighted at the centre with an oval sapphire inner circumference approximately

Queen Sonja of Norway's modern gold tiara that can be worn with a centrepiece of (top to bottom) diamonds or topaz or tourmaline.

Queen Sonja of Norway's modern gold tiara that can be worn with a centerpiece of (top to bottom) diamonds, topaz, or tourmaline.

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