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Princess Francoise Bourbon-Parma, descended through the French Capetian dynasty into the Italian cadet branch of the House of Bourbon. Wearing a fabulous diamond tiara when she wed in Notre Dame.

Tiaras - Princess Marie-Françoise in a Bourbon de Parme family tiara, January

Queen Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotte's Mourning Tiara, Sweden (ca. 1818; onyx, silver). Now in the Nordic Museum. Worn while in mourning for husband King Charles XIII.

Queen Hedvig Elisabeth Charlotte's mourning tiara, Sweden, ca. onyx, silver - Worn while in mourning for husband King Charles XIII. Now in Nordic Museum

the foliate and diamond star tiara on show

Made around the diamond tiara on the left converts to a lacy necklace when released from its armature. The headpiece on the right features five mine-cut diamond stars. Both are being sold by Hancocks.

Westminster Kokoshnik Tiara; c. 1911, made by Chaumet in Paris, France. Blue Enamel. Purchased by the Duke of Westminster for his wife Constance Cornwallis-West.

Russian Kokoshnik Enamel tiara of the Dukes of Westminster; ~ an unusual tiara made of forget-me-not flowers of diamonds and jewels on a background of transparent blue enamel - set in platinum - (by Chaumet, Paris).

Princess Isabella de Ligne de la Trémoïlle’s Aquamarine TiaraFind out more at Tiara Mania

Princess Isabella de Ligne de la Trémoïlle’s...

Ligne Aquamarine Tiara created by Holemans in aquamarines including a central aquamarine and 360 diamonds set in white gold - Princess Isabella de Ligne de La Tremoille

Queen Sonja of Norway's modern gold tiara that can be worn with a centrepiece of (top to bottom) diamonds or topaz or tourmaline.

Queen Sonja of Norway's modern gold tiara that can be worn with a centerpiece of (top to bottom) diamonds, topaz, or tourmaline.

The 'peregrinations' of the 'Prussian' belle epoque tiara, 1913. This fabulous diamond tiara has made its way round several Royal Families of Europe in the past hundred years or so. Starting with a base of Greek Key motifs, then upright diamonds, to a band of laurel leaves, with a lovely pear-shaped diamond at its centre

Spanish Royal Jewels: The Prussian or Hellenic Tiara - 1913 by the German jeweler Koch. Currently owned by Queen Sofia of Spain given to her by her mother, Queen Frederica of Greece.

María del Carmen Franco y Polo, wearing a impressive diamond and pearl tiara, 1st Duchess of Franco is the only child of Spain's Caudillo, dictator General Francisco Franco. In 1950, she married Cristóbal Martínez-Bordiú, 10th Marquis of Villaverde. Villaverde was a prominent surgeon.

María del Carmen Franco y Polo, wearing a impressive diamond and pearl tiara, Duchess of Franco is the only child of Spain’s Caudillo, dictator General Francisco Franco.

Antique pearl and diamond tiara worn by Queen Maxima

Antique pearl and diamond tiara worn by Queen Maxima------> it looks alot like the tiara Cora wore on season 6 of Downton Abbey

SMALL TIARA c1910 articulated openwork  set with threes lines of  diamonds and three pearls in the center, set in platinum. | Beaussant-Lefèvre

A diamond and pearl bandeau, circa with a treble row of circular diamonds, two button pearl and a central pear-shaped pearl.

Russian-influenced tiara by CartierTiara in platinum, with round old-cut diamonds, 15 natural pearls, calibré, and fancy-cut onyx, black enamel.c. 1914

The Cartier Onyx tree Kokoshnik. Made by Cartier Paris in currently on display at the Cartier exhibit in Paris.

The Sutherland Necklace, made of pearls that once belonged to Marie-Antoinette, and that were smuggled from France for her by Lady Sutherland during the French Revolution.

Marie Antoinette's pearls given as a gift to Lady Sutherland, wife of the English Ambassador in Paris at the time she was taken to prison. The pearls were mounted later as the necklace above, in 1849 on the occasion of a family wedding.

Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe's art deco tiara by Cartier, modeled by Sotheby's employee, lycky woman.

Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe's art deco tiara by Cartier, modeled by Sotheby's employee, lucky woman.

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