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Queen Mary's Amethyst Tiara

Amethysts Ahoy Theme Week: Queen Mary’s Amethyst Parure

Harcourt Emeralds, a magnificent emerald and diamond necklace (tiara?) composed of thirteen step-cut emeralds with three-stone diamond links. This remarkable necklace )tiara?) was worn at the 1937 coronation of King George VI by the Dowager Viscountess Harcourt.

A MAGNIFICENT ANTIQUE EMERALD AND DIAMOND TIARA Comprising seven graduated step-cut emeralds set within sprays of diamond flowerheads and leaves, running between borders of continuous diamond collets and ribbon motifs, mounted in silver and gold, circa

Queen Victoria's Oriental Circlet Tiara designed by Prince Alber

Queen Victoria’s Oriental Circlet Tiara. designed by Prince Albert. After Albert was originally set with opals. died After Albert died Victoria never wore jewelry with colored stones again. Queen Alexandra replaced the opal with rubies.

A lighter shade of amethysts used in this tiara, First Empire style, but made in the mid 19th C. Featuring nine oval amethysts, set within gold lattice open work, with smaller amethyst spacers.

A lighter shade of amethysts used in this tiara, First Empire style, but made in the mid C. Featuring nine oval amethysts, set within gold lattice open work, with smaller amethyst spacers.

Mellerio Tiara, circa 1911, by Falize, Paris.

Diamond tiara, by André Falize, Paris, Mellerio dits Meller. The tiara is platinum and set with brilliant cut diamonds. It dates from 1911 and bears the signature of Andre Falize, Paris.

A tiara of huge pear pearls and diamonds, belonging to Empress Alexandra Fedorovna, consort to the last tsar. It is made by court jeweler Bolin.

Marie Poutine's Jewels & Royals: Russian Imperial Jewels A tiara of huge pear pearls and diamonds, belonging to Empress Alexandra Fedorovna, consort to the last tsar. It was made by court jeweler Bolin.

Queen of England's  Burmese ruby tiara was ordered to be made by the Queen in 1973. The design of the jewel is in the form of a wreath of roses. It is conventional yet detailed.

The Burmese Ruby Tiara: QE II ordered the tiara in 1973 from Garrard & Co. The rubies and diamonds in this tiara came from the Queen's private collection. She received the 95 rubies as a wedding present in 1947 from the Burmese people.

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Clear image of the Dutch Sapphire tiara. Probably my favorite sapphire tiara⚜Buffy VS⚜

Lannoy Family Tiara The tiara is composed of 270 old-cut brilliants set in platinum, with a diamond in an inverted pear shape superimposed in the centre. A dozen larger brilliants stand out owing to their closed sets, appearing like buttons along the...

The diamond Lannoy family tiara that Countess Stéphanie de Lannoy wore at her wedding to Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg.

Designed by Prince Albert and made by Garrard for Queen Victoria in 1853, this tiara was originally set with opals. They were switched to rubies by Queen Alexandra as the tiara began to pass from queen to queen. It was frequently worn by the Queen Mother, and passed to the Queen on her death in 2002. The Queen has only worn it once to date.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday - Prince Albert's Oriental Circlet

italy -- Queen Margherita's Sapphire and Diamond Tiara - by Musy c. 1870

House of Savoy Tiara, Italy white diamonds, pink diamonds). Convertible into five brooches.

Little is known about the jewels of the Japanese Imperial Family. Yet she has beautiful diamond ornaments tree punctually by Empress Michiko, the Princess Masako, Kiko and Takamado. This tiara 19th century and consisting of diamonds was worn (before marriage) at official ceremonies by Sayako princess, daughter of Emperor Akihito.

Diadem of the princess Sayako of Japan. This century tiara was composed of diamonds worn (before wedding) falling on official ceremonies by Princess Sayako, daughter of Empe .

Leuchtenberg Fabergé Tiara, Russia (1890; made by Fabergé; diamonds), includes diamonds once owned by Empress Joséphine of France.

The Empress Josephine tiara was created in After the Russian Revolution, the Leuchtenberg family sold the tiara and it was bought by the Belgium royals after World War I.

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fawnvelveteen: “ Queen Elizabeth still wears this beauty frequently today. It came from Princess Victoria Mary of Teck (later Queen Mary), who received The Girls of Great Britain Tiara as a wedding.

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