Emerald Parure Tiara: The parure was made by C.M. Weissshaupt in 1840. It uses 26 emeralds King Christian VI gave to Queen Sophie Magdalene in 1723 and 41 emeralds that belonged to Princess Charlotte of Denmark. This tiara is part of the Danish Crown Jewels so it cannot be taken outside of Denmark or be worn by anyone other than the queen.
Devonshire diamond tiara. made in 1893 for Louise, Duchess of Devonshire (1832-1911), just a year after she wed the 8th Duke. The tiara has 13 palmette motifs separated by lotus motifs, set on a base of three rows. The base dates from slightly later than the top part, around 1897. Jeweler A.E. Skinner used nearly 1,900 diamonds set in silver and gold to make the piece, including 1,041 diamonds taken from other family pieces
THE PROPERTY OF A MEMBER OF A EUROPEAN ROYAL FAMILY DIAMOND TIARA, CIRCA 1900 The central fleur-de-lys motif set en tremblant to a tiara composed of foliate and lanceolated motifs, set with cushion-shaped, circular-cut and rose diamonds, inner circumference approximately 170mm, accompanied by a detachable tiara frame, inner circumference approximately 340mm.
The Spencer Honeysuckle Tiara | The older of the two tiaras, it has been in the Spencer family since at least 1885. It looks heavy, and the feather motif along the top seems a bit, well spike-y, while the bottom is quite angular and harsh and doesn’t quite ‘go’ with the top.
Crown of an English Queen - probably belonged to King Edward III or Anne of Bohemia, the wife of King Richard II, who was deposed that year by Henry IV. Henry's daughter, Princess Blanche, married the Palatine Elector Ludwig III in 1402 and eventually made its way into the Bavarian treasury
Grand-Duchess Anastasia's Sapphire Necklace Tiara, The first thing to know is that this sapphire and diamond tiara was originally a necklace, which story started in 1879, when grand-duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna of Russia married grand-duke Friedrich Franz III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. The necklace came into the Danish royal family when it was left to her elder daughter, Queen Alexandrine, spouse of King Christian X of Denmark.