Dutch: Wurttemberg tiara - 1897 by the Court Jeweler Royal Begeer or Johann Eduard Schürmann of Germany; created for Queen Wilhelmina by using diamonds and some 35 natural round pearls and 11 drop pearls from the Orange-Nassau collection. It can be worn in 5 different variations. Currently housed in the Foundation Historic Collections House of Orange-Nassau and is still worn by the reigning Queen.
Diamond Pearl Tiara 1897: The Ornate Pearl Tiara is created for the young Queen Wilhelmina a year ahead of her enthronement festivities. The piece, which is set with diamonds, 35 round pearls, and 11 pear-shaped pearls, was likely made by Royal Van Kempen en Begeer. Some have speculated that the tiara was actually a remodeled version of a diamond and pearl tiara from the collection of Queen Sophie, possibly that unseen tiara inherited by Prince Alexander.
The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Württemberg Ornate Pearl Tiara
The Württemberg Ornate Pearl Tiara. It was one of the wedding gifts given to Princess Sophie of Württemberg when she married the future King Willem III of the Netherlands in 1839. The tiara features an intricate design of diamonds studded with round pearls and topped by detachable drop pearls. And it can be worn some combination.
Wouldn't it be nice if Queen Beatrix would have this Tiara restored in the same fashion as Laura's crown?
De Mellerio schelpen-tiara - All Things Royal
This is a coronet from the estate of the Countess Pauline von Württemberg, it's made of 14k rose gold, silver, contains about 205 rose cut and old cut diamonds with total approx. 5 ct. Beside diamonds the piece also has 9 larger baroque natural pearls, 5 small pearls, and silvery balls. This coronet was from circa 1880.
A coronet from the estate of the Countess Pauline von Württemberg, 14k rose gold, silver, about 205 rose cut and old cut diamonds, total approx. 5 ct, 9 larger baroque natural pearls, 5 small pearls, ca. 1880, original case