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Otrante Amethyst Tiara. Dukedom bestowed 1808 by Napoleon I upon  statesman/Minister of Police Joseph Fouché. Named after town Otranto on E coast of Italy. The ducal house is extant in Sweden where the dukes have lived since the 1800s. As of 2011, the titles are held by Charles-Louis Armand Fouché d'Otrante, 8th Duc d'Otrante (born in Stockholm, 14 March 1986).worn by Countess Birgitta d’Otrante at the wedding of Princess Benedikte of Denmark to Prince Richard of S-W-B in 1968.

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Otrante Amethyst Tiara. Dukedom bestowed 1808 by Napoleon I upon statesman/Minister of Police Joseph Fouché. Named after town Otranto on E coast of Italy. The ducal house is extant in Sweden where the dukes have lived since the 1800s. As of 2011, the titles are held by Charles-Louis Armand Fouché d'Otrante, 8th Duc d'Otrante (born in Stockholm, 14 March 1986).worn by Countess Birgitta d’Otrante at the wedding of Princess Benedikte of Denmark to Prince Richard of S-W-B in 1968.

Honeysuckle tiara of Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein (1872-1956)

Honeysuckle tiara of Princess Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein (1872-1956)

Blue Enamel Kokoshnik ~ The Westminsters have this intriguing tiara from Chaumet. A kokoshnik is often used to refer to a tiara that takes the shape of the traditional fabric Russian headdresses. This one, however, is an unusually literal translation in which blue enamel serves to mimic the fabric kokoshniks were made of and diamond flowers translate to the ornamentation kokoshniks often featured. This one was originally bought by the 2nd Duke of Westminster.

Blue Enamel Kokoshnik ~ The Westminsters have this intriguing tiara from Chaumet. A kokoshnik is often used to refer to a tiara that takes the shape of the traditional fabric Russian headdresses. This one, however, is an unusually literal translation in which blue enamel serves to mimic the fabric kokoshniks were made of and diamond flowers translate to the ornamentation kokoshniks often featured. This one was originally bought by the 2nd Duke of Westminster.

Made for Queen Victoria in 1853. Originally set with opals because Prince Albert liked them.

Made for Queen Victoria in 1853. Originally set with opals because Prince Albert liked them.

Amethyst Tiara of Queen Alexandra. Given to her by Tsar Alexander III and then left to her granddaughter the Duchess of Fife. It has since been sold.

Amethyst Tiara of Queen Alexandra. Given to her by Tsar Alexander III and then left to her granddaughter the Duchess of Fife. It has since been sold.

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