The Braganca Tiara. An immense diamond tiara set in silver and mounted in gold. The tiara once belonged to the sister of Queen Josephine of Sweden. After her death, it was inherited by the Queen and has been passed down within the Swedish royal family.
The emerald and diamond tiara of Marie-Thérèse-Charlotte, the Duchess of Angoulême. It can be found today in the Louvre. Marie-Thérèse was was the only child of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette to survive the French Revolution.
French Tiara given to Josephine by Napoleon. Art Deco Tiara Princess Sibylla of Bourbon-Parma Luxembourg Chaumet Tiara Princess Benedikte Floral Persian Turquoise Amethyst Tiara of Queen Mary Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the turquoise Vladimir Tiara.
The Teck Crescent Tiara This diamond diadem, featuring three wild roses separated by 20 crescent shapes, was assembled by Mary Adelaide from various jewels she inherited from her aunt, Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester.
Lotus-Motif Diamond and Ruby Tiara, part of the Imperial Ruby Parure; created by Bolin as a bridal gift for Marie Alexandrovna, Duchess of Edinburgh and Saxe-Coburg-Gotha and daughter of Tsar Alexander II of Russia upon her marriage to Prince Alfred.
Sapphire and diamond tiara Designed as a series of thirteen graduated stylised ribbon and scroll elements set with circular- single-cut cushion-shaped and oval diamonds each highlighted at the centre with an oval sapphire inner circumference approximately
The Delhi Durbar Tiara was designed and constructed by the Crown Jewelers, Garrard & Co. in anticipation of Queen Mary’s visit to India. The crown showcases the Cullinan Diamonds - the & largest diamonds in the world.
H & D Diamonds is your direct contact to diamond trade suppliers, a Bond Street jeweller and a team of designers. Tel: 0845 600 5557 - The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara with Cambridge Emeralds. Picture courtesy of Geoffrey Munn.
Marie Poutine's Jewels & Royals: Russian Imperial Jewels A tiara of huge pear pearls and diamonds, belonging to Empress Alexandra Fedorovna, consort to the last tsar. It was made by court jeweler Bolin.