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Jewel History: Actress Advocates Aquamarines (1916) | The Court Jeweller

Jewel History: Actress Advocates Aquamarines (1916) | The Court Jeweller

The Delhi Durbar tiara.  Belonged to Queen Mary, who left it to Queen Elizabeth.

The Delhi Durbar tiara. Belonged to Queen Mary, who left it to Queen Elizabeth.

Bavarian Pearl Tiara in the Residenz Museum in Munich.  Attributed to Caspar Rieländer, the famous Munich court jeweller, ca 1825, was made for Queen Therese of Bavaria, Pss of Saxe-Hildburghausen 1792-1854. 16 diamond arches with pearl drops hanging from lover's knot bows, topped with pear shaped pearls (photo by atsubor, via Flickr).

Bavarian Pearl Tiara in the Residenz Museum in Munich. Attributed to Caspar Rieländer, the famous Munich court jeweller, ca 1825, was made for Queen Therese of Bavaria, Pss of Saxe-Hildburghausen 1792-1854. 16 diamond arches with pearl drops hanging from lover's knot bows, topped with pear shaped pearls (photo by atsubor, via Flickr).

Tiara of the Bagraton. A memorable combination of pinkish spinels and diamonds this tiara  once belonged to a Russian princess, Catherine Bagration. It was purchased by the current Duke of Westminster for his bride, and she wore it at their 1978 wedding.

Tiara of the Bagraton. A memorable combination of pinkish spinels and diamonds this tiara once belonged to a Russian princess, Catherine Bagration. It was purchased by the current Duke of Westminster for his bride, and she wore it at their 1978 wedding.

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