The Baden Fringe Tiara of Sweden. It originally belonged to Queen Victoria of Sweden (1862-1930). It was a wedding gift from her parents, the Grand Duke and Duchess of Baden, for her 1881 marriage to Crown Prince Gustaf of Sweden. The tiara is composed of 47 diamond rays. Above: Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, Bottom: Queen Victoria of Sweden
The diamond and pearl Antique Corsage Tiara has a history that passes it through the hands of Queens from three different countries. Queen Victoria of Sweden wore it as brooches. The piece was inherited by Queen Ingrid of Denmark (Victoria's granddaughter). Ingrid set the brooches as a tiara and gave it to her daughter, Princess Anne-Marie, as an 18th birthday, and she took it when she became Queen of Greece.
Queen Juliana of the Netherlands wearing the Stuart diadem & parure. The Holland/Stuart Diamond’s first documented owner was the future Queen of England, Mary II. The #Tiara worn for the coronation of Queen Wihelmina of the Netherlands in 1898. Dutch #RoyalTiara