This hair comb and tiara originally belonged to Princess Ekatarina Pavlovna Bagration, née Skavronskaia (1783 - 1857) wife of Prince Peter Ivanovic Bagration (1765 - 1812), himself a descendant of the Bagration kings of Georgia, a distinguished General who died fighting for the Russian army at the battle of Borodino against Napoleon.

This hair comb and tiara originally belonged to Princess Ekatarina Pavlovna Bagration, née Skavronskaia (1783 - 1857) wife of Prince Peter Ivanovic Bagration (1765 - 1812), himself a descendant of the Bagration kings of Georgia, a distinguished General who died fighting for the Russian army at the battle of Borodino against Napoleon.

Halo Tiara.  Purchased by Prince Albert, Duke of York in 1936 for his wife, Princess Elizabeth, the Duchess of York.  It was later worn by their daughter Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret, and Princess Anne.  The Queen loaned the tiara to Kate Middleton for her wedding to The Queen's grandson, Prince William.  22 July 2011.

Kate Middleton’s royal wedding earrings

Halo Tiara. Purchased by Prince Albert, Duke of York in 1936 for his wife, Princess Elizabeth, the Duchess of York. It was later worn by their daughter Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Margaret, and Princess Anne. The Queen loaned the tiara to Kate Middleton for her wedding to The Queen's grandson, Prince William. 22 July 2011.

Three tiaras owned by Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe. Sotheby's auction house employees pose wearing three diamond tiaras from the estate of Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe during a press preview in London on April 8, 2015.

Three tiaras owned by Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe. Sotheby's auction house employees pose wearing three diamond tiaras from the estate of Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe during a press preview in London on April 8, 2015.

Princess Margaret's tiara

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Amethyst and diamond tiara in the form of vine leaves, circa 1870. In the law of precious stones, the amethyst stands for devotion. Courtesy the Marquess of Tavistock and the Trustees of the Bedford Estates.

Amethyst and diamond tiara in the form of vine leaves, circa 1870. In the law of precious stones, the amethyst stands for devotion. Courtesy the Marquess of Tavistock and the Trustees of the Bedford Estates.

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