Queen Mary then gave it as a wedding gift to Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark in 1934.

Queen Mary gave it as a wedding gift to Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark in

Princess Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood (1897-1965) wears the Victorian Sapphire Coronet Tiara. Her sister-in-law, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent (1906-1968), wears the original Cambridge Sapphire Tiara.

Princess Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood wears the Victorian Sapphire Coronet Tiara. Her sister-in-law, Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent wears the original Cambridge Sapphire Tiara.

a profile close up of Princess Marina in the London fringe tiara,

a profile close up of Princess Marina in the London fringe tiara,

Queen Mary won the amethysts  at a charity auction. Evidently, she only wore the parure  once and then gave it to  The Queen Mother as a gift. The Queen Mother never wore them and it was declined for the Royal Collection after the Queen declined it. The necklace is now property of Vogue's Editor Anna Wintour.

Close up of Queen Mary’s amethyst necklace. Note that the drops could be removed and worn hanging from any of the larger stones

Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood.Princess Mary received the tiara from her father King George V as a wedding present.Queen Alexandra and Mary didn't use the sapphire coronet. Princess Royal wore it on numerous public occasions and after her death it disappeared.When Geoffrey Munn was assembling the tiaras for the loan exhibition in aid in London in 1997,he wrote to the Countess of Harewood to inquire if any tiaras which had been the property of the late Princess Royal.

Young Princess Mary, probably around She was the third child and only daughter of King George V and Queen Mary. She is seen here wearing Queen Victoria's 1842 Diamond and Sapphire Coronet.

HM wearing the kokoshnic, and Princess Margaret in the sapphire tiara bought by Queen Mary from the Russian Royals

HM wearing the kokoshnic, and Princess Margaret in the sapphire tiara bought by Queen Mary from the Russian Royals

Princess Margaret's Pear Brooch / Pendant.    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1436066936670376&set=oa.283553501812446&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/groups/260713314096465/

Brooch features a circular plaque designed as a stylized sunburst suspending five articulated tassels and set throughout with natural pearls

Princess Marina also took the festoon tiara with her for royal tours, this one to the Far East

Princess Marina, wearing her festoon tiara, at a banquet on the Far East tour

The earrings were commissioned by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Middleton for their daughter on the occasion of her marriage to Prince William. Their design is derived from the acorn and oak leaves that form part of the Middleton family coat of arms and they were also designed to complement the ‘Halo’ tiara The Duchess wore on the day of her wedding.

Thse earrings were commissioned by Kate Middleton's parents on the occasion of her marriage to Prince William.The design is derived from the acorn and oak leaves which form part of the Middleton family coat of arms. I love the little acorns :)

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