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A very brightly lit amethyst parure 1820s

A three colour gold and amethyst grand parure comprising a tiara a pair of earrings a brooch, two bracelets and a necklace with girandole pendant. In original fitted box.

Double cameo portrait of Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort Albert engraved in onyx

Double cameo portrait of Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort engraved in onyx. First Class Badge of the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert. cameo in silver frame mounted with pastes, diamonds, emeralds and rubies.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Readers' Top 15 Tiaras: #10. The Khedive of Egypt Tiara

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Readers' Top 15 Tiaras: The Khedive of Egypt Tiara (Greece)

Another three mystery 'possibles' attributed to Alexandra, a turquoise, opal and diamond floral.

Tiaras purported to have belonged to Sophia Petrovna Durnovo. the tiara on top is of turquoise and diamonds, Russian type, reminiscent of the kokoshnik form. The second tiara of diamonds with very large charming opals, is typical of the times, "Restoratio

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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands wearing Emeralds at a state dinner for Prince Albert ll of Monaco.

Sapphire and Diamond tiara and brooch. Part of the Parure made for Tsarina Alexandra

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

Two views of a pearl and Diamond tiara, ordered from Cartier in 1913 by Mrs Nancy Leeds, later the Princess Christopher of Greece.

Diamond and pearl tiara, ordered from Cartier in 1913 by Mrs Nancy Leeds, later the Princess Christopher of Greece

The third Spencer Tiara formerly belonged to Marie Antoinette. It is pictured here with the Sutherland necklace. (The Sutherlands are a branch of the Spencer family who are also associated with the Churchill”s and the Dukes of Marlborough. Thery”re all the same family.) The Sutherland necklace is comprised of 17 of the largest diamonds from a necklace that was owned by Marie Antoinette AND is the necklace that helped spark the French Revolution.

The Sutherland Necklace belonging to Marie Antoinette, The Spencer tiara, another piece of the Spencer family collection.

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