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Queen Sophie's Diamond and Pearl Tiara. This small tiara, featuring a diamond base topped by small pearls, is currently owned by Princess Christina. It was given to her in 1974 by her godmother, Elsa Cedergren, a granddaughter of Queen Sophie; some sources suggest that the tiara was a legacy from Sophie, hence the name. This tiara has sadly been stolen a few years ago.

Queen Sophie's Diamond and Pearl Tiara. This small tiara, featuring a diamond base topped by small pearls, is currently owned by Princess Christina. It was given to her in 1974 by her godmother, Elsa Cedergren, a granddaughter of Queen Sophie; some sources suggest that the tiara was a legacy from Sophie, hence the name. This tiara has sadly been stolen a few years ago.

This tiara was presented to Crown Princess Victoria on her eighteenth birthday in 1995. The small tiara was a gift from Victoria's parents, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, which marked the start of her royal career. It’s mainly a metal piece, with small uprights forming something of a v-shape pattern, supporting a top row of small individual diamonds and sapphires.

This tiara was presented to Crown Princess Victoria on her eighteenth birthday in 1995. The small tiara was a gift from Victoria's parents, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden, which marked the start of her royal career. It’s mainly a metal piece, with small uprights forming something of a v-shape pattern, supporting a top row of small individual diamonds and sapphires.

The Small Cut Steel Tiara.  At the wedding of Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume of Luxembourg in 2012, Victoria debuted a second, smaller steel tiara. This smaller tiara apparently belongs to the Napoleonic Steel parure, and it also have a matching haircomb.

The Small Cut Steel Tiara. At the wedding of Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume of Luxembourg in 2012, Victoria debuted a second, smaller steel tiara. This smaller tiara apparently belongs to the Napoleonic Steel parure, and it also have a matching haircomb.

The Small Cut Steel Tiara: Victoria debuted a second, smaller steel tiara. This smaller tiara apparently belongs to the Napoleonic Steel parure, and it also have a matching hair-comb.

The Small Cut Steel Tiara: Victoria debuted a second, smaller steel tiara. This smaller tiara apparently belongs to the Napoleonic Steel parure, and it also have a matching hair-comb.

Modern Fringe Tiara. Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden gave this tiara to Q Silvia in 1986 for their 10th wedding anniversary. A modified take on the classic all diamond fringe tiara. Flared uprights creating an almost interlocking design with the smaller in between pieces, dotted on the top with round diamonds and sits on a base accented with a line of diamonds. It can be used as a necklace. C Pss Victoria has worn it as a necklace at least once and it’s Pss Madeline’s favorite tiara.

Modern Fringe Tiara. Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden gave this tiara to Q Silvia in 1986 for their 10th wedding anniversary. A modified take on the classic all diamond fringe tiara. Flared uprights creating an almost interlocking design with the smaller in between pieces, dotted on the top with round diamonds and sits on a base accented with a line of diamonds. It can be used as a necklace. C Pss Victoria has worn it as a necklace at least once and it’s Pss Madeline’s favorite tiara.

The Nine Prong or Queen Sophia´s Diamond Tiara. A distinctive neo-classical design. Made in Berlin for King Oscar II's wife, Queen Sophie, nee Princess of Nassau. More than 500 diamonds arranged in a sunburst-type motif that terminates in 9 graduated prongs topped with 5-pointed star-like clusters. A favourite of Queen Silvia and part of the Bernadotte found. Neither of her daughters have yet to wear it.

The Nine Prong or Queen Sophia´s Diamond Tiara. A distinctive neo-classical design. Made in Berlin for King Oscar II's wife, Queen Sophie, nee Princess of Nassau. More than 500 diamonds arranged in a sunburst-type motif that terminates in 9 graduated prongs topped with 5-pointed star-like clusters. A favourite of Queen Silvia and part of the Bernadotte found. Neither of her daughters have yet to wear it.

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