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TThe original Lovers Knot Tiara designed in the mid-Georgian period in 1818, was given as a gift to Princess Augusta of Hesse-Cassel by her parents, Prince Frederick of Hesse and Princess Caroline of Nassau at the time of her marriage to Prince Adolphus, the Ist Duke of Cambridge, the 10th born child and the seventh son of King George III. In 1838, the Duchess of Cambridge wore the original Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara for the coronation of Queen Victoria

Princess Augusta of Hesse-Cassel wearing the Cambridge Lovers Knot Tiara with spiked pearls

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Another mystery tiara, worn by Queen Sophia in later life. It looks rather similar the diamond star and pearl spike tiaras that were popular in the second half of century

Queen Mary then gave it as a wedding gift to Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark in 1934.

Queen Mary gave it as a wedding gift to Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark in

Princess Michael of Kent wearing the Argyll Diamond Daisies in the original way as a brooch

Gracie Jewellery: Royal Wedding Countdown - Tiara's: Princess Michael of Kent wears the diamond tiara she inherited from her mother-in-law, Princess Marina of Greece,who married George VI's brother, the Duke of Kent in

María Pávlovna Románova (1890-1958)

Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna "the Younger" (reared by Sergei and Ella) of Russia She inherited Ella's jewels which she later sold. Here she wears the (now known as) Yugoslavian Emerald Tiara with its coordinating necklace, by Bolin

Her Royal Highness Grand Duchess Hilda of Baden (1864-1952) née Her Highness Princess Hilda of Luxembourg,

Her Royal Highness Grand Duchess Hilda of Baden née Her Highness Princess Hilda of Luxembourg,

The Brunswick Tiara  Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia (left), Princess Caroline of Monaco a.k.a. the Princess of Hanover (right)  Originally the Empress Joséphine's, then Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia.  Inherited by her  grandson Ernst August along with the Prince of Hanover title. Seen worn by Princess Caroline (formerly of Monaco).

The Brunswick Tiara Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia (left), Princess Caroline of Monaco a. the Princess of Hanover (right)

On January 22, 1901, Queen Victoria died at half past six in the evening, at the age of 81. She had been Queen of the United Kingdom since the age of 18, and her reign of is still the longest of any monarch in British history. She was also the longest reigning Queen Regnant of any country, ruling for a total of 63 years, 216 days.  With her death, the House of Hanover came to an end. She was succeeded on the throne by her eldest son, Edward VII, who belonged to his father’s house

Queen Victoria wearing her wedding veil and lace for her Diamond Jubilee Portrait in When Victoria died on January 1901 she was buried with her wedding veil over her face.

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert (right) whose death led to the Queen's abandoning her public duties for three years as she mourned his passing

She can only hope never to live to old age: In her own words, Queen Victoria's unbearable grief after the death of Albert

Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel; later The Prince Consort). His death at 42 death led to the Queen's abandoning her public duties for three years as she mourned his passing.

A close-up of Princess Margaret wearing the  Grand Duchess Marie Feodorovna of Russia's Diamond and Sapphire Bandeau  The tiara was sold by Princess Nicholas of Greece (the former Grand Duchess Helena Vladimirovna) in 1921 to Queen Mary,while the Greek royal family was living in exile in Paris. This close up shows the patterning of the diamonds.

A close-up of Princess Margaret wearing the Grand Duchess Marie Feodorovna of Russia's Diamond and Sapphire Bandeau The tiara was sold by Princess Nicholas of Greece (the former Grand Duchess Helena Vladimirovna) in 1921 to Queen Mary,while the Greek ro

Princess Caroline of Monaco wearing her pearl drop tiara

Princess Caroline of Monaco wearing her pearl drop tiara (and a fringe tiara as a necklace). The Princess of Hanover is the eldest child of the late Prince Rainier III of Monaco and his wife, the former American film actress Grace Kelly.

Pearl Drop Tiara made by Cartier Paris as a wedding gift for Princess Charlotte, mother of Prince Rainier, grandmother of Prince Albert. It was a gift from her husband, Count Pierre de Polignac (Prince Pierre of Monaco, Duke of Valentinois, as he became). Made of platinum, white gold, diamonds and pearls.

Princesse Caroline de Monaco in the Cartier Pearl Drop tiara. This is my favorite pearl drop tiara.

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