Sapphire Bracelet Tiara. In 1953, the Princess of Belgium, Grand Duchess Joséphine Charlotte, was gave the tiara from the Belgian nobility association as a wedding gift. The bracelet was made of 258 brillants and a large central Sri Lankan sapphire. She chose to wear the design by Jean Lantonnois for her engagement ball in Brussels and many times after that. The central part of the bracelet can also be worn as a brooch. Middle: Grand Duchess Joséphine-Charlotte of Luxemburg
Crown, Portugal,18th century, Gold, silver, diamonds, rubies, emeralds
Cameo diadem with oriental pearls, 18k gold, Stockholm, c1809.
Cullinan, o Maior Diamante já Encontrado
Belgian Diamond Tiara worn by Queen Paola and now, Queen Mathilde, shown here wearing it as her Wedding Tiara.
Crown, Portugal (1550; silver-gilt; precious gemstones).
Mrs. Rose Palmer wearing the Westminster Halo Tiara (later turquoise setting), United Kingdom (1930; made by Lacloche; turquoises, diamonds).
Platinum and Diamond Tiara, Designed by Marianne Ostier for Oesterreicher, Wien. Depicting the Albanian royal crest of the 'Ram of Skanderberg' atop a graduated floral vine, set with old European and single-cut diamonds weighing approximately 28.05 carats, accented by baguette diamonds weighing approximately 4.80 carats; circa 1938. With signed and fitted royal presentation box. Formerly in the Collection of Queen Geraldine of Albania (bottom).
Diamond Kokoshnik of Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, who married Prince Nicolas of Greece. Circa early 1900s.
Marie Poutine's Jewels & Royals: Norwegian Monarchy princess Märtha Louise wearing the diamond and pearl tiara of Queen Maud.
Now I don't feel so bad...about having my hands in all the shots. ~