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Ram of Skanderberg and Oak Leaf Tiara, Albania (1938; Osterreicher Jewelers; diamonds, platinum). Made for the princesses of Albania, sisters to King Zog I. Similar to a tiara made for Queen Geraldine.

Tiara belonging to Queen Geraldine of Albania. Yes, that is a diamond goat. I had never heard of Queen Geraldine, so I don't know whether a goat was a symbol of her agrarian country or a personal whimsey.

Antique Tiara, United Kingdom (ca. 1895; made by Child & Child; crystals, plique-a-jour enamel, gold, silver).

Child & Child / Rare Aesthetic Movement Tiara / Gold, silver, plique-a-jour enamel and crystal / 1895

The Duchess of Norfolk tiara

BUCHAN PANSY TIARA by Garrard. The Earl of Buchan commissioned this tiara for his wife Rosalie, the Countess of Buchan. Each flowers can be removed and worn as brooches or attached to hair pin fittings. Old mine cut diamonds.

Antique Tiara (sapphires, citrines, diamonds, enamel, gold).

Marie Poutine's Jewels & Royals: A tiara with gothic arches made from enamel, gold, sapphires, diamonds, and citrines.

FABERGE ART NOUVEAU TIARA

Fabergé Cyclamen Tiara: made of diamonds depicting cyclamen flowers tied with a ribbon, dates from 1903 and can also be worn as a necklace. This tiara found a home in the collection of the Duke of Westminster.

A closeup view of The Naasut Tiara given to Queen Margrethe by the country of Greenland.

Artemisia's Royal Jewels: Danish Royal Jewels: Queen Margrethe's Naasut Tiara and Parure

A diamond belle epoque tiara, circa 1880. Designed as a series of intertwining scrolls and foliates, with diamond cluster, and known as the 'Borhese tiara', an old noble family of Italy.

A diamond belle epoque tiara, circa Designed as a series of intertwining scrolls and foliates, with diamond cluster, and known as the 'Borhese tiara', an old noble family of Italy.

Faberge's Myrtle Leaf tiara, 1906. Made for Huge Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster, as a wedding gift for Lady Mabel Florence Crichton. Designed as two diamond fronds, with circular diamond berries, which meet at the front of the piece. Still with the Westminster Family.

The Faberge diamond Myrtle Leaf tiara. Made in 1906 for Hugh William Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster, as a wedding gift for his bride, Lady Mabel Florence Crighton

Mellerio Aquamarine and Diamond Tiara

Another photo of the diamond and emerald floral tiara seen worn by Carmen and Ines in previous pins

Cartier

I am a sucker for tiaras - Detail shot: Art Deco tiara by Cartier, circa Via Diamonds in the Library.

A closer look at the large floral diamond tiara worn by many a Duchess of Rutland. Designed as an intricate floral piece with either pinks or carnations amid the diamond leaves.

The large and imposing diamond floral tiara of the Dukes of Rutland. Featuring what looks like pinks, carnations, sage leaves and other botanicals, it's been in the family for a long while.

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