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Korōnē: Three new Russian tiaras

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

The French Empress Josephine tiara created in 1890

The Empress Josephine tiara was created in After the Russian Revolution, the Leuchtenberg family sold the tiara and it was bought by the Belgium royals after World War I.

In 1820 Duchess Pauline of Wurttemberg married her cousin's widow, King William I of Wurttemberg. Made by August Heinrich Kuhn using diamonds that were in the Wurttemberg crown.

Diamond Diadem of Queen Pauline of Württemberg, circa Landesmuseum Württemberg, Stuttgart. by herland

Crown for a female member of Sunder's royal family. Sunder is the realm north of the Mounts of Sunder and the Maw of Sundereth, and south and west of Mirin. Eldon is to the north, with the Highlands in between. The colors of Sunder are black and violet. Silver borders are added to royal uniforms to indicate status.

Archduchess Maria Josepha of Austria's Emerald and Diamond Diadem - 1903 - by. Koechert - fifteen square step-cut emeralds interchangable with diamonds - base could be worn separately as a bandeau

Tiara, Queen Emma of the Netherlands, 1890s. Apparently the stars are removable and can be worn as brooches.

thestandrewknot: “ Queen Emma’s Star Tiara. ” Tiara Queen Emma of the Netherlands Apparently the stars are removable and can be worn as brooches.

Cartier Halo Tiara

A 1936 Cartier halo-style tiara passed down to Queen Elizabeth II on her birthday from her mother

Sapphire ans Diamond tiara - Russian Crown Jewels...I would make this look good!

Imperial Family Jewels-SAPPHIRE TIARA Belonging to a parure. There are 163 brilliants weighing 197 m.c and 550 smaller stones weighing 200 m.

Liechtenstein - circa 1870 - Kinsky Honeysuckle Tiara

The Kinsky diamond honeysuckle tiara, Liechtenstein. The tiara was a gift from Prince Ferdinand Kinsky to his wife Princess Marie of Liechtenstein,

A floral tiara of diamonds and flawless deep blue turquoises, which belonged to Princess Alice, The Duchess of Gloucester.

British Royal Jewels - The Gloucester Turquoise Tiara Also known as The Teck Turquoise Tiara, made for Queen Mary’s mother, Princess Mary Adelaide (Duchess of Teck) around Queen Mary received.

Queen Victoria's Tiara

Queen Victoria’s Oriental Circlet Tiara. designed by Prince Albert. After Albert was originally set with opals. died After Albert died Victoria never wore jewelry with colored stones again. Queen Alexandra replaced the opal with rubies.

Crown Jewels of Ireland | within the crown jewels of great britain and northern ireland

The Diamond Diadem, British Crown Jewels. Crown Jewels are on my bucket list

Danish Crown Jewels - Garnet and diamond tiara of Princess Viggo of Denmark,Countess of Rosenborg (born Eleanor Margaret Green) (1895-1966).

Garnet, Pearl and DIamond Kokoshnik Tiara created in the by Dragsted, jewellers to the Danish Royal family at the behest of Prince Viggo, Count of Rosenborg as a present for his wife, Princess Eleanor. The top row of diamonds detaches to form a necklace.

Thurn und Taxis " The Empire Diadem" Royal Jewels of the World Message Board

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