1902 Luísa Margarida da Prússia, vestida para a coroação de Edward VII | Grandes senhoras | gogm
THE DUCHESS OF TECK Not often seen in public since the 1940s, the tiara's rose centerpiece also features diamond-set ears of wheat and crescents fashioned in gold and silver.
HH.SS.HH. Albert and Charlene, Princes of Monaco
Tiaras belonging to the Alba family, Spain. The Duchess of Alba has the most noble titles of any.
Princesa Maria, Princesa Real e Condessa de Harewood. Ela é a unica filha do Rei George V e a Rainha Maria. Irmã de Edward VIII e George VI e tia de Isabel II.
Belgian Scroll Tiara. This piece was a wedding gift from the Belgian National Bank to Princess Josephine-Charlotte of Luxembourg. She wore during her wedding to Grand Duke Jean in 1953. It is now worn by daughter-in-law, Grand Duchess Marie Teresa. This diamond tiara was made by Henry Coosemans and is made of no less than 854 diamonds and set in platinum. The tiara includes a detachable diamond of 8.10 carats to be worn as a ring. The central panel can also be detached and worn as a brooch.
The Abamalek Lazarev tiara often wrongly attributed to Grand Duchess Vladimir
The "Rundell"Tiara by Garrard was a wedding gift from Prince of Wales (future King Edward VII) to Princess Alexandra of Denmark in 1863. With stylized trefoils and lovers’ knots, the tiara is designed to be flexible; the elements break down to brooches and the base can be worn with just the scrolls or with diamond stars attached. The tiara was also part of a parure. It has not been seen in many decades, however the rest of the parure is still worn.
The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Readers' Top 15 Tiaras: #12. The Luxembourg Empire Tiara
Th diamond bandeau of the duchess of Gloucester, wedding gift from the late Duke of Gloucester (HRH Prince Henry) to his wife (Alice Montagu-Douglas-Scott). Two clip brooches can be removed from the bandeau and replaced by another pair with central emeralds.