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Especially for Lisa Lazar who asked about this tiara. It's French, 1905 and was shown at an intimate dinner for London Fashion week hosted by Anya Hindmarch at jewellers SJ Phillips!

Especially for Lisa Lazar who asked about this tiara. It's French, 1905 and was shown at an intimate dinner for London Fashion week hosted by Anya Hindmarch at jewellers SJ Phillips!

THE JEWELS OF THE ROMANOVS~ The history of this crown is closely tied with the Romanovs dynasty and Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. Grand Duke Mikhail Romanov presented this crown to his bride Sophie Meklenberg, granddaughter of Alexander Pushkin.

THE JEWELS OF THE ROMANOVS~ The history of this crown is closely tied with the Romanovs dynasty and Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. Grand Duke Mikhail Romanov presented this crown to his bride Sophie Meklenberg, granddaughter of Alexander Pushkin.

Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara: The Ladies of Society, the 365 peeresses of the realm, gave this tiara to Queen Alexandra on the occasion of her silver wedding anniversary in 1888.

Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara: The Ladies of Society, the 365 peeresses of the realm, gave this tiara to Queen Alexandra on the occasion of her silver wedding anniversary in 1888.

Tiara by Tiffany & Co., 1894. Gold, platinum, and diamonds. Courtesy Museum of the City of New York and Gilded New York (Monacelli Press)

Tiara by Tiffany & Co., 1894. Gold, platinum, and diamonds. Courtesy Museum of the City of New York and Gilded New York (Monacelli Press)

A pair of antique natural pearl and diamnond earrings, 19th century. Modified. 3.5cm long. #antique

A pair of antique natural pearl and diamnond earrings, 19th century. Modified. 3.5cm long. #antique

A delicate coronet circlet. Geoffrey Munn in "Tiaras Past and Present" describes this jewel as a circlet for a bride "with lilies interspersed with pearl drops and diamonds...forget-me-nots set with turquoise, diamonds, sapphires, rubies, enamel and gold...Probably French, c. 1870." (Photo may be courtesy of Fred Leighton.)

A delicate coronet circlet. Geoffrey Munn in "Tiaras Past and Present" describes this jewel as a circlet for a bride "with lilies interspersed with pearl drops and diamonds...forget-me-nots set with turquoise, diamonds, sapphires, rubies, enamel and gold...Probably French, c. 1870." (Photo may be courtesy of Fred Leighton.)

LE MARIAGE DE BIJOUX ROMANOV ~ Diadem d'Elizabeth, épouse d'Alexandre I. Il a été porté par tous les impératrices russes et Grand princesses le jour de leur mariage. Le diamant rose est de 13 carats, ca 1810. La seule diadème du 19ème siècle qui se trouve en Russie.

LE MARIAGE DE BIJOUX ROMANOV ~ Diadem d'Elizabeth, épouse d'Alexandre I. Il a été porté par tous les impératrices russes et Grand princesses le jour de leur mariage. Le diamant rose est de 13 carats, ca 1810. La seule diadème du 19ème siècle qui se trouve en Russie.

Bagration Tiara (part of a parure) originally owned by Russian Princess Katherine; 1810; now in the British collections; pink spinel and diamonds

Bagration Tiara (part of a parure) originally owned by Russian Princess Katherine; 1810; now in the British collections; pink spinel and diamonds

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