Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark in the day of her wedding with Prince Pavle of Yugoslavia. Octuber 22, 1923

Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark in the day of her wedding with Prince Pavle of Yugoslavia. Octuber 22, 1923

Wedding procession of Pss Olga of Greece and Denmark with prince Paul of Yugoslavia

Wedding procession of Pss Olga of Greece and Denmark with prince Paul of Yugoslavia

Made by famed royal jeweler Boucheron, it was owned by the Yugoslavian royal family. Called the Daisy and Leaves tiara, it was made in approximately 1907, and was given to Prince Paul of Yugoslavia by his aunt. Paul gave it to his wife, Olga of Greece and Denmark. After Olga's death, her daughter in law, Princess Barbara has been seen in this stunner many times. Sadly Barbara had to sell it, but it was purchased by the Albion Art Collection of Tokyo, and is traveling in various art…

Made by famed royal jeweler Boucheron, it was owned by the Yugoslavian royal family. Called the Daisy and Leaves tiara, it was made in approximately 1907, and was given to Prince Paul of Yugoslavia by his aunt. Paul gave it to his wife, Olga of Greece and Denmark. After Olga's death, her daughter in law, Princess Barbara has been seen in this stunner many times. Sadly Barbara had to sell it, but it was purchased by the Albion Art Collection of Tokyo, and is traveling in various art…

Princess Frederika of Hanover, Great Britain and Ireland, and also Duchess Frederica of Brunswick-Lüneburg weds Prince Paul of Greece

Princess Frederika of Hanover, Great Britain and Ireland, and also Duchess Frederica of Brunswick-Lüneburg weds Prince Paul of Greece

The Abamalek Lazarev Tiara. A tiara designed as conventionalized foliage and flowers centered with pale yellow diamonds, ordered by Princess Abamalek Lazarev of Georgia in 1907 and made by Boucheron. She bequeathed it to her nephew Prince Paul of Yugoslavia. The diamond rivière which runs along the base of the jewel is a later addition, apparently made by Princess Paul of Yugoslavia (nee Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark).

The Abamalek Lazarev Tiara. A tiara designed as conventionalized foliage and flowers centered with pale yellow diamonds, ordered by Princess Abamalek Lazarev of Georgia in 1907 and made by Boucheron. She bequeathed it to her nephew Prince Paul of Yugoslavia. The diamond rivière which runs along the base of the jewel is a later addition, apparently made by Princess Paul of Yugoslavia (nee Princess Olga of Greece and Denmark).

Prince Paul and Marie-Chantal of Greece, King and Queen Constantine and Anne Marie of Greece, Prince Nikolaos in Stockholm, Sweden on April 29, 2006.

Prince Paul and Marie-Chantal of Greece, King and Queen Constantine and Anne Marie of Greece, Prince Nikolaos in Stockholm, Sweden on April 29, 2006.

Diadem of the Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, wife of Prince Nicolas of Greece. Circa early 1900s. It was later inherited by their daughter the Princess Olga of Greece who married Prince Paul of Yugoslavia

Diadem of the Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, wife of Prince Nicolas of Greece. Circa early 1900s. It was later inherited by their daughter the Princess Olga of Greece who married Prince Paul of Yugoslavia

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