The Russian Kokoshnik

HM Queen Elizabeth II - Tiara originally give to Queen Alexandra on her Silver Wedding Anniversary in 1888

Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara, United Kingdom made by Garrards; A wedding gift to Mary of Teck (later Queen Mary, Queen consort to King George V).

Queen Elizabeth II (right) received this regal headpiece from her grandmother Queen Mary (left). Since then, the crown always appears with t...

Lifestyle: The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara-Queen Elizabeth II (right) received this regal headpiece from her grandmother Queen Mary (left). Gorgeous style for the British and Ireland Tiara.

Do not like the red and green combination, but the Delhi Durbar necklace is superb, and the queen looked very well, in spite of the Christmas-y thing.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the Vladimir Tiara with the emerald drops, together with matching pieces of the Cambridge and Delhi Durbar Parure such as the Delhi Durbar Necklace, and Cambridge emerald earrings.

Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Oriental Circlet Tiara, United Kingdom (1853; designed by Prince Albert; made by Garrards; rubies, diamonds). Originally set with opals.

HRM Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Oriental Circlet Tiara. This tiara was made for Queen Victoria in 1853 and was also called The Indian-Ruby-Tiara. It was one of the favourite head jewels of the late Queen Mother.

Elizabeth II wearing The Russian Kokoshnik Tiara

Queen Alexandra’s Russian Fringe Tiara This tiara has 488 diamonds on 61 platinum bars.

HM Queen Elizabeth II She wore the brooch at King Edward VII’s coronation in 1902 and at her own coronation in 1911 as an appropriate symbol of her childhood at Kensington Palace. The brooch is now with the current Queen.

HM Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Kensington Brooch. She wore the brooch at King Edward VII’s coronation in 1902 and at her own coronation in 1911 as an appropriate symbol of her childhood at Kensington Palace. The brooch is now with the current Queen.

Queen Fawzia of Iran

Royal Princess Fawzia of Iran. She was the daughter of King Fuad and sister of King Farouk, and was married to the Shah of Iran. This matching suite of diamonds comprising tiara, earrings and necklace was made for her by Van Cleef and Arpels.

THE DUCHESS OF TECK  Not often seen in public since the 1940s, the tiara's rose centerpiece also features diamond-set ears of wheat and crescents fashioned in gold and silver.

Royal Tiaras Fit for a Queen

The Teck Crescent Tiara of Queen Elizabeth II. Not often seen in public since the the tiara's rose centerpiece also features diamond-set ears of wheat and crescents fashioned in gold and silver.

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

The George lll Fringe Tiara worn by Queen Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother. by kathy

HM Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother nee Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon wearing the Fringe Tiara given to her by Queen Mary in August, 1936

Denmark's Queen Margrethe wearing the Emerald and Diamond Parure of the Danish Crown Jewels - 1840 - by Weisshaupt - for Queen Caroline Amalie, wife of Christian VIII - Some of the largest emeralds were a 1723 gift from King Christian  to Queen Sophie Magdalene for the birth of the future Frederick V.

Danish Queen Margrethe wearing an Emerald Parure (part of the Crown Jewels). In total: 67 emeralds and diamonds composing a parure of a tiara, necklace, earrings, and brooch.

The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie.  It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

Crowns and Tiaras/karen cox. The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

Mary of Teck, Queen consort of King George V, wearing the Delhi Durbar Tiara (original setting), United Kingdom (1911; emeralds, diamonds).

Queen Mary wearing the Delhi Durbar Tiara with Cambridge Emeralds, and necklace, stomacher, five-row diamond & pearl collar and an extra diamond necklace above it.

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