A diamond kokoshnik tiara, circa 1910 Designed as a series of radiating scrolls surrounding three principle pear-shaped diamonds set with circular-, rose-cut and cushion-shaped stones, framed by two lines of similarly-set diamonds
A lesser known tiara that once belonged to the Romanian royal family, probably to Queen Marie, now a property of country’s Central Bank. Queen Marie of Romania was the eldest daughter of Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, and Grand Duchess Maria.
Diadem of the Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, wife of Prince Nicolas of Greece. Circa early It was later inherited by their daughter the Princess Olga of Greece who married Prince Paul of Yugoslavia.
THE JEWELS OF THE ROMANOVS~ The history of this crown is closely tied with the Romanovs dynasty and Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. Grand Duke Mikhail Romanov presented this crown to his bride Sophie Meklenberg, granddaughter of Alexander Pushkin.
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.
Next up is the Romanov Diamond Kokoshnik. Historically, a Kokoshnik is known as the traditional Russian head dress worn by married woman (maidens wore an open version which was similar, and called a povyazka)
Garnet, Pearl and DIamond Kokoshnik Tiara created in the by Dragsted, jewellers to the Danish Royal family at the behest of Prince Viggo, Count of Rosenborg as a present for his wife, Princess Eleanor. The top row of diamonds detaches to form a necklace.