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Queen Maud's Pearl and Diamond Tiara. Given to her by her parents when she married Carl of Denmark in 1896 (the future K Haakon VII of the newly independent Norway). Designed with diamond scroll and festoon motifs topped with pearls, it has a large detachable central element. In 1995, the piece was sent to Garrard in London to be cleaned and was stolen. It was never been recovered. Garrard made a replica for the family, and that´s the tiara that has been worn ever since

Queen Maud's Pearl and Diamond Tiara. Given to her by her parents when she married Carl of Denmark in 1896 (the future K Haakon VII of the newly independent Norway). Designed with diamond scroll and festoon motifs topped with pearls, it has a large detachable central element. In 1995, the piece was sent to Garrard in London to be cleaned and was stolen. It was never been recovered. Garrard made a replica for the family, and that´s the tiara that has been worn ever since

The Norwegian Emerald and Diamond Tiara which belongs to Queen Sonja.

“ Royal Jewellery - Empress Josephine’s Emerald Tiara Originally made for Napoléon Bonaparte’s first wife, Empress Josephine, therefore the name, by the french jeweler Bapst. It consist of geometric.

The Norwegian emerald  parure is one of the  loveliest, with the dark,  rich green of the rain  forest. Its origins goes  back to Napoleon with the neo-Classical design common for that time. The original owner was reportedly the  Empress Josephine, making its way first to Sweden through Princess Josephine of Leuchtenberg.

A Beautiful Green (Royal Jewels of the World)

Maud Peridot Tiara. Norwegian Royal.

Tiaras

A rather petite gold and peridot tiara and brooch set. A very interesting gold and peridot tiara. A small diamond and peridot tia.

Given by her parents to Princess Maud of Wales when she married Carl of Denmark in 1896, the tiara is designed with diamond scroll and festoon motifs topped with pearls. In 1905, Carl was chosen to become king of the newly independent Norway and took the name King Haakon VII. The tiara remained in the possession of the Norwegian crown.

This tiara was given by her parents to Princess Maud of Wales when she married Carl of Denmark, the future King Haakon of Norway. The tiara has remained in the possession of the Norwegian Royal family ever since.

Queen Josephine’s Diamond Tiara (belongs to Norwegian Royalty)

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: Queen Josephine’s Diamond Tiara

Now owned by Princess Astrid of Norway, the  Vasa Diamond Tiara was given by the city of Stockholm to her mother, Princess Märtha of Sweden, on the occasion of her marriage to Crown Prince Olav of Norway in 1929.

Vasa Tiara (Sweden) - Now owned by Princess Astrid of Norway, the Vasa Diamond Tiara was given by the city of Stockholm to her mother, Princess Märtha of Sweden, on the occasion of her marriage to Crown Prince Olav of Norway in

The front part of the tiara can be removed and the rest can be worn in a lower version. The original version was stolen from the British jeweler Garrard's in 1993.   Garrard's made a new one with pearls end diamonds who looked like the ones from the original tiara.  So today Queen Sonja of Norway wears a copy.

This pearl and diamond tiara was given to Queen Maud as a wedding present from her parents, Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.

Queen Maud's Pearl & Diamond Tiara Version 2:  The tiara actually has two versions: the larger, full version and a smaller one created by removing the front center section and repositioning the three top pearls. The smaller form was worn by Princess Märtha Louise on her wedding day, and for the first time in 2010 by Crown Princess Mette-Marit for Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden’s wedding.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: Queen Maud's Pearl and Diamond Tiara (the small version) (Norwegian)

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