A high resolution picture of the The Halo Scroll Tiara, made by Cartier in 1936

The Halo Scroll Tiara, made by Cartier in 1936 for The Queen Mother, and worn by Princess Kate on her wedding day.

Cartier Halo Scroll Tiara. Commissioned by King George VI while he was still the Duke of York for the Duchess of York (Queen Mother) in 1936. Queen Elizabeth II loaned this to Kate Middleton for her wedding to Prince William.

Halo tiara, first purchased for the Queen Mother in the Worn by QEII, Princess Margaret, Princess Anne, and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge at her wedding.

Art Deco diamond tiara by Cartier. Composed of five graduated shield shaped clips, each tapered brilliant and baguette-cut diamond panel raised on the similarly-set diamond frame, circa 1930, with five detachable clip fittings, one brooch fitting and a cuff bangle, one diamond deficient. This tiara formerly belonging to Maureen Ward, Countess of Dudley, nee actress Maureen Swanson.

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Hair Ornament, Cartier Paris, 1902 Platinum Old- and rose-cut diamonds Millegrain setting

Hair Ornament, Cartier Paris, 1902 Platinum Old- and rose-cut diamonds Millegrain setting Provenance: Mrs. William Field N.

Cartier Tiara-stunning array of gemstones  A marvelous example of the 'tutti frutti' style.

Cartier Tiara-stunning array of gemstones A marvelous example of the 'tutti frutti' style.

diamond and platinum tiara by Cartier, 1904. © The Trustees of the Late Lord Howard of Henderskelfe.

British: Howard Bow tiara - 1904 by Cartier, Owner by The Trustees of the Late Lord Howard of Henderskelfe.

Multishape Yellow White Diamond Tiara Graff Diamonds ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring accessories, hair accessories, tiara, crowns, crowns/tiaras, crown tiara, yellow hair accessories and tiara crown

Yellow & White Diamond Tiara by Graff. Round and pear shape yellow and white diamonds. The tiara holds 284 diamonds, 122 cts.

Given by her parents to Princess Maud of Wales when she married Carl of Denmark…

This tiara was given by her parents to Princess Maud of Wales when she married Carl of Denmark, the future King Haakon of Norway. The tiara has remained in the possession of the Norwegian Royal family ever since.

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