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Empire Tiara of Luxemburgh

The Luxembourg Empire Tiara: One of the largest diadems in use today and composed of massive amounts of diamonds in the Empire style, this regal gem made its public debut on the head of reigning Grand Duchess Charlotte when she married Prince Felix of Bou

The Flower of Lis Diamond Tiara. This tiara is said to be one of the most cherished by the Spanish Royal Family. It was a present given by King Alfonso XIII to Queen Victoria Eugenia, who wore it at their wedding on the 31 of May 1906.

Crown with Fleur de lys The Flower of Lis Diamond Tiara. This tiara is said to be one of the most cherished by the Spanish Royal Family. It was a present given by King Alfonso XIII to Queen Victoria Eugenia, who wore it at their wedding on the 31 of May

Cartier Halo Tiara

Cartier halo scroll tiara worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton, at her marriage to Prince William. It was loaned to her by The Queen who asked her to choose which one she'd like.

CP Mary wearing the ruby parure in the daylight

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark wearing the Ruby Parure Tiara that Queen Ingrid left to Crown Prince Frederik.

Order of the British Empire — Grand Cross Star belonged to HRH. Princess Mary, the Princess Royal (Hennell, London, 97 x 80 mm) (obverse)

Order of the British Empire — Grand Cross Star belonged to HRH. Princess Mary, the Princess Royal (Hennell, London, 97 x 80 mm) (obverse)

13 Carat Diamond Tiara

The Baden Tiara Baden Tiara, Germany (made by Cartier; Once belonged to Princess Hilda of Nassau, Grand Duchess of Baden.

The Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara was fashioned from Queen Mary's jewels by Garrard in 1914...

Is Kate turning into her MOTHER? Duchess looks like Carole after trim

Lover's Knot Tiara, an heirloom of Queen Mary. (This is frequently confused with the Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara. I have dedicated a separate board tor their comparison)

Star of the Order of the Bath, 1838, 68mm x 68 mm, Rundell, Bridge & Co., commissioned by Queen Victoria.

Order of the Bath (military) - Knight Grand Cross Star belonged to Queen Victoria (Rundell, Bridge & Co.

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