Close up of Queen of Denmark's “poiré pearl tiara”. It consists of eighteen large pear-shaped (poiré) pearls hanging from diamond arches. It was probably made in Berlin in 1825 and was a wedding present from King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia to his daughter Louise when she married Prince Frederik of the Netherlands.(photo by xudros, via Flickr)
Rosamaria G Frangini | High Royal Jewellery | The Fife Tiara first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.
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The tiara is most likely from 1825, when it was donated to Princess Louise of the Netherlands, the Queen's great-grandmother. The tiara is part of a set, considered to be among the most prestigious pices of jewelry in the Danish royal family's possession.