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Royal House of Hanover Tiara, Germany, circa 1830. Antique tiara composed of gold, silver, diamonds and natural pearls. #HouseOfHanover #antique #tiara

The Hanover Tiara: German, Circa 1830 Provenance: Prince John George of Saxony and worn by his first wife, Princess Isabel of Wurtemberg and by the second, Princess Maria Immaculata of Bourbon-Sicily. Royal House of Hanover.

The Marchioness of Sligo's Garrard tiara, featuring large diamond palmette motifs, with smaller lily spacers. Worn to the 1937 Coronation it was sold after the 1953 Coronation by Christie's

A lovely diamond palmette tiara, featuring five large honeysuckle flowers, interspersed with fleur de lys, and linked with foliate scrolls. Formerly belonging to the Marchioness of Sligo.

the Pearl Poiré Tiara will remind you of the Leuchtenberg Sapphire Parure, Joséphine’s Emerald Parure and the Emerald Laurel Wreath Tiara as it’s travels across Europe from royal family to royal family span a century or two.

Pearl Poire Tiara Made in Berlin in Queen Louise of Denmark left it to the Danish Royal Property Trust 1926 which means that is always belongs to the reigning monarch and cannot be sold or given away.

Townsend Tiara: Cartier, Paris, 1905, platinum, seven pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 17 carats in total, old and rose-cut diamonds, millegrain setting. Nick Welsh, Cartier Collection.

Townsend Diamond Scroll Tiara (Cartier Platinum, seven pear-shaped diamonds weighing approximately 17 carats in total, old and rose-cut diamonds, millegrain setting.

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