The Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara.  Queen Elizabeth gave this to Princess Diana as a wedding gift.  Queen Mary wore this tiara a lot.

The Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara. Queen Elizabeth gave this to Princess Diana as a wedding gift. Queen Mary wore this tiara a lot.

Provenance: Royal Family of Spain. A white gold band with three points featuring openwork of three stylized lilies set with brilliant cut diamonds.  Chaumet.

Provenance: Royal Family of Spain. A white gold band with three points featuring openwork of three stylized lilies set with brilliant cut diamonds. Chaumet.

A bell epoque tiara by Chaumet from 1905; in some ways very similar to the Prussian tiara currently being worn by the Royal Family of Spain in its classical appearance. This one was sold in Milano, by Christie's on 25th November 2009 for  33,560 Euros

A bell epoque tiara by Chaumet from 1905; in some ways very similar to the Prussian tiara currently being worn by the Royal Family of Spain in its classical appearance. This one was sold in Milano, by Christie's on 25th November 2009 for 33,560 Euros

The Luxembourg Empire Tiara entered the Nassau (Luxembourg) family between 1813 and 1829. The original owner is unknown, but it was either made or altered by Frankfurt jeweller Speltz in 1829.

The Luxembourg Empire Tiara entered the Nassau (Luxembourg) family between 1813 and 1829. The original owner is unknown, but it was either made or altered by Frankfurt jeweller Speltz in 1829.

Princess Alice daughter of Queen Victoria of Britain,  Grand Duchess Alice of Hesse - Hesse Tiara

Princess Alice daughter of Queen Victoria of Britain, Grand Duchess Alice of Hesse - Hesse Tiara

British Royal Jewels: The Russian Kokoshnik Tiara - 1888 by Garrard Jewelers: a gift to Princess Alexandra, Princess of Wales from Lady Salisbury on behalf of 365 peeresses of the United Kingdom. Alexandra had requested that the tiara be in the fashionable design of a Russian girl's headdress, a kokoshnik. It is made up of 61 platinum bars and encrusted with 488 diamonds, the largest of which are 3.25 carats each.

British Royal Jewels: The Russian Kokoshnik Tiara - 1888 by Garrard Jewelers: a gift to Princess Alexandra, Princess of Wales from Lady Salisbury on behalf of 365 peeresses of the United Kingdom. Alexandra had requested that the tiara be in the fashionable design of a Russian girl's headdress, a kokoshnik. It is made up of 61 platinum bars and encrusted with 488 diamonds, the largest of which are 3.25 carats each.

Designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria, this tiara is set with sapphires & diamonds and can be seen in the 1842 portrait of the Queen by Winterhalter.

Designed by Prince Albert for Queen Victoria, this tiara is set with sapphires & diamonds and can be seen in the 1842 portrait of the Queen by Winterhalter.

The Fife Tiara first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. When Louise married the Earl of Fife in 1887 at Buckingham Palace, she received many presents including the stunning tiara with pear-shaped diamonds hanging freely in a diamond framework, topped with more pear-shaped diamonds which alternate with round diamonds. Though it is not certain, the tiara is believed to be the work of Parisian jeweller, Oscar Massin.

The Fife Tiara first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. When Louise married the Earl of Fife in 1887 at Buckingham Palace, she received many presents including the stunning tiara with pear-shaped diamonds hanging freely in a diamond framework, topped with more pear-shaped diamonds which alternate with round diamonds. Though it is not certain, the tiara is believed to be the work of Parisian jeweller, Oscar Massin.

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