The Alba wedding tiara.This major pearl and diamond tiara was once owned by Empress Eugénie de Montijo, wife of Napoleon III. It passed to her older sister Paca, the Duchess of Alba, and remains with the family to the present.
Attack of the Brooches! Brazilian Aquamarine Brooch (and Bracelet and Tiaras)
It wasn't until Princess Louise of Sweden married the future Frederick VIII of Denmark on 28 July 1869 that the Ruby parure arrived in Denmark. It was a wedding gift to Princess Louise from her grandmother, Queen Josephine, Queen Desiree's daught-in-law.
Empress Alexandra Feodorovna’s Diamond Aquamarine Kokoshnik Tiara. c 1900 Wartski purchased it in Russia in the late Said to have been the personal property of Tsarina Alexandra, present whereabouts unknown. Also necklace and earrings matching the tiara.
The Ancona Tiara is a pearl and diamond tiara with Italian heritage. And old this tiara is indeed: it was made for Princess Maria Anna Carolina of Saxony sometime around her 1817 marriage to Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany.
All the Royal Family's Most Gorgeous Tiaras: Your Official Guide to Who Owns What
Attributed to Caspar Rieländer, the famous Munich court jeweller, ca was made for Queen Therese of Bavaria, Pss of Saxe-Hildburghausen 16 diamond arches with pearl drops hanging from lover's knot bows, topped with pear shaped pearls
Empress Eugenie's Grand Pearl and Diamond Diadem of the French Napoleonic Crown Jewels. Eugénie's tiara was created by the Crown Jeweller, Lemonnier, using the Napoleonic pearls. The Louvre. This crown can be seen in the Empress's official portrait,