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Loelia Duchess of Westminster photographed by Cecil Beaton in 1931 wearing a kokoshnik halo-shaped tiara.

The Westminster Diamond Tiara with the Arcot Diamonds - Loelia Mary Ponsonby, the Duchess of Westminster, wearing the famous halo-shaped tiara with diamonds including the Arcots

The Teck Crescent Tiara of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Duchess Marie Adelaide of Teck's (princess of Cambridge) Crescent and roses tiara. Owned by her great-granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Abamalek Lazarev tiara often wrongly attributed to Grand Duchess Vladimir

Georgain: The Abamalek Lazarev tiara - 1907 by Boucheron. Often wrongly attributed to Grand Duchess Vladimir.

Princess Charlene of Monaco wears the Ocean Tiara during photo session for Hola Magazine.

Princess Charlène, Princess consort of Albert II, Prince of Monaco, wearing the Ocean Tiara, Monaco

CAMBRIDGE LOVER'S KNOT TIARA ~ FROM THE ROMANOVS TO PRINCESS DIANA  Two were made, one for a Romanov, one for Princess Augusta of Hesse-Casse, grandmother of Queen Mary, who commissioned a copy for herself.  A French neo-classical design, with 19 openwork diamond frames with an oriental pearl drop. Each arch is below a lovers knot bow. Queen Mary left the tiara to her granddaughter Elizabeth II, who gave it to Diana, as a wedding present. On her divorce, it was returned to HM The Queen.

The tale of a tiara, cambridge lovers knot tiara, worn by queen Elizabeth and Diana, Princess of Wales

Princess Alice daughter of Queen Victoria of Britain,  Grand Duchess Alice of Hesse - Hesse Tiara

Princess Alice daughter of Queen Victoria of Britain, Grand Duchess Alice of Hesse and the Rhine - Hesse Diamond Tiara, Germany diamonds).

The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.:

Crowns and Tiaras/karen cox. The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

Halo Scroll tiara. Created in 1936 by Cartier, the tiara was purchased by Prince Albert, Duke of York, for his wife, Elizabeth. They gave it to their daughter Princess Elizabeth on her 18th birthday. It has since been loaned to Princesses Margaret and Anne, and to the Duchess of Cambridge for her wedding. *SCROLL DOWN* for more Tiaras

Halo Scroll tiara worn by British royals: Elizabeth, the Queen Mother , Princess Margaret, Princess Anne, Kate Middleton at her marriage to Prince William.

QUEEN SILVIA OF SWEDEN.. That is where their kids get their looks.

Queen Silvia, Queen consort of King Carl XVI Gustaf, wearing Queen Sophie's (Nine-Prong) Diamond Tiara, Sweden (late c.

Anne Pearson, Viscountess Cowdray, wearing a Diamond Tiara, United Kingdom (diamonds). © National Portrait Gallery, London.

Anne Pearson, Viscountess Cowdray, wearing a Diamond Tiara, United Kingdom (diamonds).

The Empress (the Shahbanou of Iran)of Iran's crown; it includes 1545 stones mounted in white gold: 36 rubies, 36 emeralds, 105 pearls and 1469 diamonds.

Imperial Crown of Iran – The Empress Crown Coronation crown Empress Farah Pahlavi. The crown contains 38 emeralds, 105 pearls, 34 rubies, 2 spinels, and diamonds. The largest emerald is located.

The Braganza tiara 34 years apart, first time and last time Queen Silvia of Sweden wore the tiara: Photo 1, Queen Silvia 1976 Photo 2; Queen Silvia at Crown Princess Wedding 2010

The Braganza tiara 34 years apart, first time and last time Queen Silvia of Sweden wore the tiara: Photo Queen Silvia 1976 Photo Queen Silvia at Crown Princess Wedding 2010

Queen Silvia of Sweden on October

A younger Queen Silvia in the Braganza tiara, possibly as early as the late image courtesy of getty and fox

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.

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