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The Hesse Family Wedding Tiara. The sheaves of wheat were originally on a gown in the trousseau of the Grand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna of Russia. Her dowry became part of the Hesse inheritance after her death in 1844.

The Hesse Family Wedding Tiara. The sheaves of wheat were originally on a gown in the trousseau of the Grand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna of Russia. Her dowry became part of the Hesse inheritance after her death in

Diamond tiara / necklace, late 19th century. Designed as a graduating row of lanceolated motifs, set with cushion-shaped, circular-cut and rose diamonds; may be worn as a tiara with the provided fitting.

Diamond tiara/necklace, late century Designed as a graduating row of lanceolated motifs, set with cushion-shaped, circular-cut and rose diamonds. See Off the frame board for necklace version.

A belle epoque baroque pearl tiara, 1897, by Chaumet, for the Marquis de Kerouartz. Designed as seven large, baroque pearls, held aloft on diamond pinnacles, linked near the base with entwining scrolls of diamonds, and small foliate fronds. Now in the Albion Arts collection in Japan.

Tiara commissioned from Chaumet, Paris, in 1897 by the Marquis de Keroüartz for his wife-to-be Louise d’Andigné, on the occasion of their marriage. Convertible into a necklace!

Antique Tiara, Austria-Hungary (ca. 1900; amethysts, moonstones, pearls) | JV

Victorian C 1900 Austro Hungarian Silver Amethyst Pearl Moonstone Tiara Crown

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A love affair with tiaras

The Beading Gem's Journal: Tiaras : Historical and Other Style Inspired Creations

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A late Victorian natural pearl and diamond tiara, comprising five principle sections graduated to the centre, of an ornate openwork scroll & floral design, all from a necklet of alternately-set pearls and diamonds/

The bridal tiara of the imperial family of Russia with the big pink diamond center stone.

RUSSIAN CROWN JEWELS - The Russian Nuptial Tiara worn by all Imperial brides on the day of their weddings. It was made around 1800 by St. Petersburg jeweler Jacob David Duval for Empress Elizabeth Alexeievna, wife of Emperor Alexander I.

Wine velvet, gold freshwater pearls, swarovski crystals, brass findings, gold chain, lace

Elizabethan style French hood (side view) by MichelleFennema on deviantART DAMN

A belle epoque Halo tiara from 1905. Made in Florence for the Royal House of Corsini, this piece is designed as five panels of diamond open work sprays and ribbons, rising from a plain platinum band.

A belle epoque Halo tiara from Made in Florence for the Royal House of Corsini, this piece is designed as five panels of diamond open work sprays and ribbons, rising from a plain platinum band.

Potemkin Diamond (Russian Crown Jewels), also belonged to Empress Eugenie, oval-shaped brilliant diamond, perfectly cut, and weighing 51 carats.

Potemkin Diamond (Russian Crown Jewels), also belonged to Empress Eugenie, oval-shaped brilliant diamond, perfectly cut, and weighing 51 carats. RP BY LINDA HAMMERSCHMID

A Gold Backed Silver, Amethyst and Diamond Tiara, containing nine oval amethysts weighing approximately carats to carats each

Tiara from Scotland, circa 1900- Koller

Very unusual Art Nouveau Tiara from Scotland. Made of yellow gold with emerald green enameling and mother of pearl insets;

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