The front portion of the King George IV diamond diadem. It was commissioned by that King of Great Britain to wear as a circlet over his Cap of Maintenance upon his arrival at Westminster Abbey for his Coronation in 1821. It has never been worn by a King of Great Britain since, but has been worn by every Queen of Great Britain since - including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II who wears it more than any other single piece in her collection
The Vasa Tiara. This diamond tiara, currently owned by Princess Astrid, takes its name from the symbol of the Vasa family, which makes up the center element of the tiara. The tiara was given to Astrid's mother, Crown Princess Märtha, as a wedding present in 1929.
Made by C F Carlman in Sweden, it refers to the Vasa family, who ruled Sweden in the 16th and 17th centuries, and the central motif of the tiara was their heraldic symbol. Designed as nine such symbols, rising from a diamond band, topped by diamond arches and circular diamonds.
Royal Wedding Dress 2013 - Princess Madeleine of Sweden _ Suite
The Modern Fringe Tiara | A Tiara a Day-Swedish owned tiara that first was worn in the late 1980s. Photos (clockwise from top left): Princess Madeleine of Sweden; Queen Silvia of Sweden; Princess Madeleine of Sweden; tiara detail