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Victoria and Charles

Victoria and Charles

A rather unusual star tiara, worn by Eileen, Countess Stanhope, in 1937 for the Coronation of King George VI

A rather unusual star tiara, worn by Eileen, Countess Stanhope, in 1937 for the Coronation of King George VI

Dominic Elliott wed 'Bunny, Countess Esterhazy, in 1962

Dominic Elliott wed 'Bunny, Countess Esterhazy, in 1962

Diana, 2nd Baroness Glentoran, nee Wellesley, wearing a diamond tiara almost 'halo-style'

Diana, Baroness Glentoran, nee Wellesley, wearing a diamond tiara almost 'halo-style'

Mary Dawson, 25th Baroness de Ros, wearing a belle epoque diamond tiara as well as her coronet in 1911.

A diamond belle epoque tiara, sadly over shadowed by an additional coronet. Luckily its clear enough to see at least five diamond foliate motifs, topped with button pearls. Worn by Baroness Mary de Ros for the Coronation of George V in

Sarah Helen, Lady Graham-Little, nee Kendall, 1931, wearing a diamond, 'halo-style' tiara

Sarah Helen, Lady Graham-Little, nee Kendall, wearing a diamond, 'halo-style' tiara

A lovely diamond belle epoque tiara, circa 1900, worn here by Mrs Neville Chamberlain, at some point in 1930s when her husband was Prim Minister. Featuring diamond foliates and topped with circular diamonds.

A lovely diamond belle epoque tiara, circa worn here by Mrs Neville Chamberlain, at some point in when her husband was Prim Minister. Featuring diamond foliates and topped with circular diamonds.

Marie, Viscountess D'Arcy, 1923, wearing a quite high diamond belle epoque tiara

Marie, Viscountess D'Arcy, wearing a quite high diamond belle epoque tiara

a close up of Janet Lucretia, 15th Countess of Eglington, nee Cuninghame, wearing a diamond tiara with several sunburst motifs and pearl spacers

A belle epoque tiara worn here by Jane Lucretia Winton, Countess Eglington, wearing a diamond foliate tiara. Another 'in preparation for a coronation' photo,

An image that fits with several earlier pins

Alex in the turquoise version of the tiara

Lady Cynthia Poltimore, wife of 4th Baron Poltimore, wearing the family tiara before it went to auction in 1959. Image courtesy of British Pathe News

Possibly the last photo of the Poltimore tiara being worn by one of the original family it was made for. Lady Cynthia, wife of Baron. The fourth Baron sold the Garrard tiara in the late for and it was purchased either by or for Princess Margaret.

As well as the massive and impressive diamond tiara, Edwina, Countess Mountbatten also had a significant pearl tiara, seen here in 1953.

As well as the massive and impressive diamond tiara, Edwina, Countess Mountbatten also had a significant pearl tiara, seen here in

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