Hesse Diamond Tiara, Germany (1862; diamonds). Owned by Alice, Grand Duchess of Hesse and the Rhine.

The Hesse diamond tiara was originally owned by Queen Victoria’s daughter Princess Alice who married the Grand Duke of Hesse. When her son Ernest Louis married his cousin Victoria Melita it returned to Great Britain.

Tiara Mania: Wedding Parure Tiara by Garrard

Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom's Wedding Parure Tiara made by Garrard in 1862 and often called the Rundell Tiara

IMPERIAL RUSSIAN TIARA OF EMPRESS ALEXANDRA~ Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia (Empress Alexandra) ~ The Diamond Tiara worn by Alexandra and made for the wife of Alexander I the Empress Elizabeth Alexeievna (Louise of Baden) who was herself a cousin of Alexandra through the house of Hesse.

The Diamond Tiara worn by Empress Alexandra and made for the wife of Alexander I the Empress Elizabeth Alexeievna (Louise of Baden) who was herself a cousin to Alexandra through the House of Hesse.

Queen Victoria's wedding tiara by lesley

Queen Victoria's Sapphire Tiara (designed by Prince Albert). Now owned by current Countess Harewood after Princess Mary inherited it, along with a the Victoria Sapphire Diamond Cluster Necklace.

Lady Melissa Percy, daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, wears a large scrolling diamond tiara with a base of huge round diamonds for her wedding. The tiara comes from the Percy family collection, and was worn to the coronation of Elizabeth II in 1953 by the then-Duchess, who was the bride's grandmother

Percy Tiara Percy Tiara worn at the marriage of Lady Melissa Percy to Thomas Van Straubenzee. Lady Melissa wore a large scrolling diamond tiara with a base of huge round diamonds. The tiara comes from.

Princess Alice daughter of Queen Victoria of Britain, Grand Duchess Alice of Hesse - Hesse Tiara

Princess Alice daughter of Queen Victoria of Britain, Grand Duchess Alice of Hesse and the Rhine - Hesse Diamond Tiara, Germany diamonds).

The Princess Margaret - The Poltimore Tiara (Christie's Sale 7335,

Poltimore Tiara, originally made by Garrard for Florence, Lady Poltimore, wife of the second Baron Poltimore, in the of diamonds set in gold and silver.

Queen Mary's Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara. E. Wolff & Co.1 for R. & S. Garrard & Co., 1893.. Diamonds, silver and gold.

The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara was a wedding present for Queen Mary from committee women. In Mary gave the diamond and silver tiara to her granddaughter, the future Queen Elizabeth II, as a wedding present.

The cut steel tiara belonged to Queen Hortense of Holland who at one point gave them as a gift to her niece Jos phine of Leuchtenberg, later Queen Josefina of Sweden.

The Napoleonic Cut Steel Tiara. Of gilt cut steel in a feather motif, this unusual and very beautiful tiara is part of the Swedish Royal Collection, and a favorite of Crown Princess Victoria.

The Manchester tiara of graduated flaming hearts and C scrolls, diamonds set in gold and silver (altho' the C scroll at each end is paste). Louis Cartier, Paris, 1903.   Consuelo, Duchess of Manchester, was a prominent American heiress who married into the British nobility in 1876. The Duke of Portland recorded that she 'took Society completely by storm by her beauty, wit and vivacity and it was soon at her very pretty feet.'

Manchester Tiara

a terrific close up, showing the three large fleur de lys symbols of the Bourbons

The Fleur-de-Lys Tiara Info: A wedding gift from King Alfonso XIII to his bride, Princess Victoria Eugenia. The Countess of Barcelona wore it to Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation. Victoria Eugenia left it to her son.

Resultado de imagem para tiaras de esmeralda e diamante

Welcome to Part One of the British Royal Family’s Tiaras! The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara Let’s start with this recognizable piece often worn by the Queen. This tiara was a…

Queen Sophia’s Diamond Tiara    History: This tiara was first seen on Queen Sophie, previously known as Princess Sophie of Prussia on her wedding to Constantine I of Greece in 1889. The tiara was later inherited by Queen Sophia’s daughter-in-law, Queen Frederika after she had died in 1932. The tiara was then never seen for over four decades, allowing many “royal watchers” to question its ownership. Many argued that the tiara had been sold after the Greek Royal Family was deposed due to it…

royalwatcher: “ Queen Sophia’s Diamond Tiara History: This tiara was first seen on Queen Sophie, previously known as Princess Sophie of Prussia on her wedding to Constantine I of Greece in The.

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