This version of the Imperial State Crown was worn by George V and is now housed in the Tower of London.<br />
"Kleines Diadem" a diamond tiara of the Thurn & Taxis family, early 1800s. Designed as a crescent of paired volutes and foliage, capped with detachable pear-shaped cluster drops, set throughout with cushion-shaped diamonds. Provenance: Therese, Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She married Erbprinz Carl Alexander von Thurn und Taxis, who succeeded his father as Fürst in 1805.
diamond and pearl spike /fringe style
Tiara of the Counts Pálffy de Erdőd, Hungary (ca. 1870; made by A.E. Köchert; diamonds, silver, gold).
Victorian Tiara c1890 | The central motif in the shape of a sunburst. Diamond & silver over gold tiara, with one old mine cut diamond weighing 0.95 cts 23 old mine cut diamonds weighing 2.70 cts & 237 rose cut diamonds weighing 3.45 cts. Total weight 7.10 cts.
Stuart Diamond Tiara, The Netherlands (1897; made by Johann Eduard Schümann & Company; diamonds). Set with the Stuart Diamond, a pear-shaped stone originally bought by King William III for Queen Mary II of England. www.royal-magazin.de
NINETEENTH CENTURY DIAMOND TIARA with a garland motif in old cut diamonds, brilliant cut diamonds with central flower featuring an old corolla and cushion cut diamond drop, with detachable tortoiseshell comb fitting and two adjustable extensions to wear the tiara. (Christies)
Amalia of Oldenburg, queen consort of Greece from 1836 to 1862 as the spouse of King Otto (1815–1867). She at first won the hearts of the Greeks with her refreshing beauty. Criticized after she became more politically involved. Her image suffered further as she proved unable to provide an heir. She and her husband were expelled from Greece in 1862, after an uprising. She and the king spent the rest of their years in exile in Bavaria.
Delhi Durbar Tiara, created by Garrard, c. 1911. Diamonds set in platinum & gold.