Queen Sophia’s Diamond Tiara History: This tiara was first seen on Queen Sophie, previously known as Princess Sophie of Prussia on her wedding to Constantine I of Greece in 1889. The tiara was later inherited by Queen Sophia’s daughter-in-law, Queen Frederika after she had died in 1932. The tiara was then never seen for over four decades, allowing many “royal watchers” to question its ownership. Many argued that the tiara had been sold after the Greek Royal Family was deposed due to it not…

royalwatcher: “ Queen Sophia’s Diamond Tiara History: This tiara was first seen on Queen Sophie, previously known as Princess Sophie of Prussia on her wedding to Constantine I of Greece in The.

Art Deco Aquamarine Tiara, Luxembourg Royal Family

Luxembourg bandeau - See Tiara-Luxembourg Aquamarine for more images

tiara from the Russian Imperial Jewels collection  Tsaritsa Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia's tiara

Diamond and sapphire tiara from the Russian Imperial Jewels collection. Tsaritsa Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia's tiara.

British Royal Jewels: The Russian Kokoshnik Tiara - 1888 by Garrard Jewelers: a gift to Princess Alexandra, Princess of Wales from Lady Salisbury on behalf of 365 peeresses of the United Kingdom. Alexandra had requested that the tiara be in the fashionable design of a Russian girl's headdress, a kokoshnik. It is made up of 61 platinum bars and encrusted with 488 diamonds, the largest of which are 3.25 carats each.

The Queen Alexandra Russian Kokoshnik Tiara. Queen Alexandra was a Danish princess that became the Queen Consort to King Edward VII when he ascended the throne in

Cartier Ocean Waves Tiara c1904. Owned by Lord Henderskelfe.  Diamonds and platinum. (Loaned to VA Museum for "Tiaras" exhibit)

The Henderskelfe Cartier Tiara last owned by the late Lord Howard of Henderskelfe; also called 'the breaking waves tiara'.

The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie.  It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

Crowns and Tiaras/karen cox. The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

ROYALTY: Royal crowns and tiaras

Bling fling: Royal crowns and tiaras

Queen Victoria's Sapphire Tiara (designed by Prince Albert). Now owned by current Countess Harewood after Princess Mary inherited it, along with a the Victoria Sapphire Diamond Cluster Necklace.

The Howe Diamond Fringe Tiara. This tiara was created of two elements probably in 1883, on the occasion of the marriage of the 4th Earl Howe, according to D. Scarisbrick's lovely book (p. 106), t. diamonds, gold, silver, Left: Mary Howe (née Curzon), Countess Howe, Right: Sarah Curzon, daughter of 5th Earl Howe.

The Howe Diamond Fringe Tiara. This tiara was created of two elements probably in 1883, on the occasion of the marriage of the 4th Earl Howe, according to D. Scarisbrick's lovely book (p. 106), t. diamonds, gold, silver, Left: Mary Howe (née Curzon), Countess Howe, Right: Sarah Curzon, daughter of 5th Earl Howe.

A tiara once owned by Princess Marie Bonaparte, made by Cartier in 1907.  Most usually seen in its all diamond version.

Diamond Olive Wreath Tiara - 1907 - by Cartier - once owned by Princess Marie Bonaparte - usually seen in its all diamond version - emerald "olives" can be added

The Fife Tiara first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. When Louise married the Earl of Fife in 1887 at Buckingham Palace, she received many presents including the stunning tiara with pear-shaped diamonds hanging freely in a diamond framework, topped with more pear-shaped diamonds which alternate with round diamonds. Though it is not certain, the tiara is believed to be the work of Parisian jeweller, Oscar Massin.

The Fife Tiara: It first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. It was a wedding gift from the Earl of Fife when she married him in

Pearl Poire Tiara. Made in Berlin in 1825. Queen Louise of Denmark left it to the Danish Royal Property Trust 1926

Pearl Poire Tiara, made in Berlin in Queen Louise of Denmark left it to the Danish Royal Property Trust

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