The Cameo tiara The Empress Josephine's Cameo Tiara (Sweden) is a gift from Napoleon to Empress Josephine of France. This bridal crown features plenty of pearls and seven cameos which describe mythological figures such as Cupid and Psyche.
The Empire tiara, (better seen on a darker background to show off it's detail) came into the Thurn un Taxis family circa it's first wearer thought to have been Princess Therese, nee Mecklenburg-Strelitz, wife of Karl Aexander, Prince of Thurn und Taxis
Assistant Curator at the Tower of London, Anna Keay, holds the century crown of Margaret of York. The crown left England in 1468 and is one of only two English Medieval crowns that survived the Civil War and is now kept in Aachen Cathedral in Germany
Tsarina Alexandra's Sapphire and Diamond Tiara and Brooch - 1894 - by Kochli - commissioned by Tsar Alexander III for his new daughter-in-law Alexandra - tiara had 16 large sapphires - gold with diamonds framed in silver - disappeared in the revolution
Louis XV King of France February 1710 – 10 May known as Louis the Beloved (Louis le bien aimé) was a monarch of the House of Bourbon who ruled as King of France from 1 September 1715 until his death. Crown of Louis XV of France.
Another Spencer tiara; the second Spencer tiara. Diana never wore it as she preferred the other one. Diana's grandmother received this crown for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. (It's also called the honeysuckle tiara.
The Luxembourg Empire Tiara: One of the largest diadems in use today and composed of massive amounts of diamonds in the Empire style, this regal gem made its public debut on the head of reigning Grand Duchess Charlotte when she married Prince Felix of Bou
The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara was a wedding present for Queen Mary from committee women. In Mary gave the diamond and silver tiara to her granddaughter, the future Queen Elizabeth II, as a wedding present.