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State crown of H.M. King George I. (Frame.)

State crown of H.M. King George I. (Frame.)

The Rundell Tiara & Parure. A wedding present to Princess Alexandra "Alix" (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia) (1844-1925) Denmark on her marriage to the Prince Albert Edward (King Edward VII) (1841-1910) Prince of Wales, UK.

The Rundell Tiara - Queen Victoria's son, the Prince of Wales (known in the family as Bertie), married Princess Alexandra of Denmark in The future King Edward VII gave his wife an impressive start to her jewel collection: a parure of a diamond tiara

tiarascrowns: Sapphire and diamond tiara given to Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna by her father, Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich, as part of a magnificent Cartier parure on the occasion of her marriage to Prince Wilhelm of Sweden in 1908. Fate unknown, probably sold by the grand duchess to support herself in exile.

Maria Pavlovna s Cartier sapphire tiara and corsage Cartier diamond and sapphire tiara Grand Duke Paul of Russia gave his daughter Grand Duchess Maria when she married Prince William of.

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The Mike Todd diamond tiara that sat atop Elizabeth Taylor's head at the 1957 Oscars. You don't see many tiaras at the Oscars these days!

Diamond tiara, England, early 1900s, old-cut diamonds weighing approx. 25 ct, original case by Asprey's. (H)

Tiara ca 25 ctv diamanter

Diamond tiara, England, early old-cut diamonds weighing approx. 25 ct, original case by Asprey's.

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.

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.

Ancient Greek (ScythianThracian) diadem found in the Ukraine; c. 450 BC

Between the and centuries B., the Scythians moved back and forth across the territory of Ukraine as fierce warriors and nomads. Archeological sites have.

A Belle Epoque old-cut diamond tiara by Italian court jeweler Filippo Chiappe, created for the wedding of Count Carlo Raggio and Marchioness Tea Spinola in 1909.

This Belle Epoque old-cut diamond tiara commissioned by Italian jeweler Filippo Chiappe, for the wedding of Count Carlo Raggio (Genoese royal) and Marchioness Tea Spinola in

Diadem (Tiara) from Transylvania, 19th century silver gilt with pearls, red color stones and Austrian Habachtal emeralds.

Exceptional Diadem (Tiara) from Transylvania, century silver gilt with pearls, red-colored stones, and Austrian Habachtal emeralds.

The Roxburghe Ruby tiara probably started life as a wedding gift for Lady Margaret Primrose when she married Robert Crewe-Milne, Marquess of Crewe, on 20 April Then pased by descent to her daughter, Mary Crewe-Milne, who later became Duchess of Roxburghe.

Ruby and diamond tiara, second half of the 19th century. Designed as a series of foliate sprays set with circular-cut, cushion-shaped and rose diamonds, later embellished with circular-cut rubies centred on a similarly set lyre motif, inner circumference approximately 290mm, five small diamonds deficient. Property from the estate of Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe.
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