Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom gave the diamond tiara on the occasion of her daughter, German Empress Victoria, marriage to German Emperor Frederik III, King of Prussia in 1858. Queen Sophia of the Hellenes accepted this tiara, wedding gift, from her mother, German Empress Victoria. Princess Irene of Greece, Duchess of Aosta, succeeded to her tiara, when she married with on the occasion of her 1939 marriage to Prince Aimone, Duke of Aosta. Photo is Duchess of Aosta.
Queen Elizabeth I’s Ring. Gold, mother-of-pearl, rubies, and enamel, c.1560. According to tradition this ring was dedicated to James I (James VI of Scotland) as evidence of the Queen’s death and given by him to 1st Earl of Home in 1603.
CAMBRIDGE LOVER'S KNOT TIARA ~ FROM THE ROMANOVS TO PRINCESS DIANA Two were made, one for a Romanov, one for Princess Augusta of Hesse-Casse, grandmother of Queen Mary, who commissioned a copy for herself. A French neo-classical design, with 19 openwork diamond frames with an oriental pearl drop. Each arch is below a lovers knot bow. Queen Mary left the tiara to her granddaughter Elizabeth II, who gave it to Diana, as a wedding present. On her divorce, it was returned to HM The Queen.
Danish Jewels - the Pearl Poiré Tiara. probably made around 1825 in Berlin at the request of King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia, as a wedding gift for his daughter Louise, who was marrying Prince Frederik of the Netherlands. It includes 18 drop pearls (poiré pearls) dangling from a structure of diamond arches.