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The Hon, Mrs Law, wearing a delicate star tiara bandeau-style in 1923.

The Hon, Mrs Law, wearing a delicate star tiara bandeau-style in

Marie Frances, Lady Willoughby de Broke, nee Hanbury, wearing a delicate diamond tiara, with ribbon base, in 1923.

Lady Marie Willoughby de Broke, nee Hanbury, wearing a delicate diamond tiara

Lady Ethel Warmington, nee Gillies, wearing a delicate diamond belle epoque tiara, 1923

Lady Ethel Warmington, nee Gillies, wearing a delicate diamond belle epoque tiara, 1923

A delicate belle epoque diamond star tiara, worn by May Fairlie, Viscountess Harberton, taken May 1937. Designed as a trio of diamond stars, which probably doubled as brooches, attached to a foliate scrolling base.

Fairlie, Viscountess Harberton, nee Harmar, wearing a diamond tiara with foliate scrolls, with an additional three diamond stars in the centre.

The Queensberry Pearl Tiara - A diamond and pearl tiara with seven diamond sections. Each section has a button pearl in the centre and is topped with a pear-shaped pearl, with smaller diamond spacers. (400×546) Mary Louise Douglas (née Bickel), Marchioness of Queensberry (died 1956), Second wife of 10th Marquess of Queensberry; daughter of Richard Bickel.

The 5 Buccleuch TiarasThe Buccleuch family, namely the Duke/Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry, (and those with the last names Montagu, Douglas, and Scott) is one of the richest families in Europe.

A Peeress wearing a delicate belle epoque diamond tiara to the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. My Grandmother, who attended that event, told me that the velvet bags were for keeping coronets in, though barley sugars and smelling salts found their way into them too.

an unknown peeress of the realm, wearing a petite diamond tiara, with her coronet in the velvet bag in her hands, 1953

a full face image of Lady Alexander of Ballochmyle, wearing a delicate diamond with a heart-shaped central motif

Lady Alexander of Ballochmyle, wearing a Diamond Tiara - late century - heart-shaped central motif

Constance Sayer, nee Talbot, in 1928, wearing the family belle epoque floral tiara bandeau-style

Constance Sayer, nee Talbot, in wearing the family belle epoque floral tiara bandeau-style

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