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Queen Letizia's Ansorena Tiara

Spanish Royal Jewels - The Ansorena Tiara Princess Letizia’s Ansorena Tiara A central fleur-de-lis and scrolls of 450 diamonds and five couples of perfect matched Australian pearls.

Um diamante e pérolas tiara que se converte em um colar.

Diamond & Pearl Tiara Detail: Art Deco diamond tiara/necklace Almost 39 carats of diamonds. HOORSENBUHS for Forevermark Diamond & Gol.

Ruby tiara from the Iranian collection

Princess Ashraf Pahlavi of Iran, Tiara of Rubies and Diamonds. The Shah's Twin Sister Princess Ashraf Pahlavi's Tiara of Rubies and Diamonds. Worn for the Coronation of her brother the Shah in

Christian 4.af Danmarks krone

The crown of King Christian IV of Denmark, currently located in Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen.

Emerald Leuchtenberg tiara    Seguì però una trafila più tortuosa: dal figlio( da Imperatriz Josephine) Eugenio Beauharnais alla figlia di costui Amalia, Imperatrice del Brasile, morta senza eredi; da costei alla sorella Giuseppina regina di Svezia.  Poi fu dirottata in Norvegia nel '900, quando la principessa Marta di Svezia sposò il principe ereditario Olaf di Norvegia. E lì è rimasta.

Empress Josephine’s Emerald and diamond tiara------Queen Sonja of Norway wore a coral-colored dress along with the Empress Josephine of France emerald and diamond tiara that also came into the family through Queen Josefine of Sweden

Kronjuvelerne | Kongehuset - Forside

The crown jewels are owned by the state but are at the disposal of The Queen

Russian Crown Jewels: The Great Imperial Crown by kara

The Great Imperial Crown, Russian Crown Jewels, made for the Empress Catherine II the Great's coronation in 1762

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Princess Sibilla of Luxembourg Art Deco tiara, thought to have been a gift from her parents at the time of her wedding to Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg. converts from its full size down to a more petite version by removing the top portion of the diadem

Queen Maud's Pearl Tiara (small setting), Norway (pearls, diamonds).

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: Queen Maud's Pearl and Diamond Tiara (the small version) (Norwegian)

The medieval Crown of Margaret of York made circa 1300 -1461. Rare example of a crown whose gems were not removed for use in other pieces. medieval coronet gilt gold silver

Crown of Princess Margaret of York, sister of Edward IV & wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. One of 2 English crown that survive from the medieval period. Via Irish Archaeology FB

Each year the Pasadena Tournament of Roses selects a girl from the greater Pasadena-area to be crowned Queen of the Tournament of Roses, or one of the members of her "Royal Court". Each year over 1,000 girls between the ages  17 to 21 try out. Six princesses and one queen are chosen. This crown was worn by the 1968 Rose Queen, Linda Strother.

The crown, below, was only worn by one Rose Queen, Linda Strother, in 1968 click through for a lovely story on the history of the rose queens crowns. All fake until

A diamond, natural pearl, and emerald flora tiara, circa 1880. Spanish in origin, featuring a tumult of diamond flower heads intertwined with diamond foliate scrolls; with pear-shaped emeralds and button pearls.

A diamond, natural pearl and emerald flora tiara, circa Spanish in origin. Featuring diamond flower heads intertwined with diamond foliate scrolls; with pear-shaped emeralds and button pearls.