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Georgina Leonora Douglas, nee Mosselmans, Marchioness of Queensbury, 1922. Wearing a rather nice at deco bandeau, with approx fourteen diamond panels flanking a central diamond motif incorporating a large sapphire and diamond spray.

Georgina Leonora Douglas, nee Mosselmans, Marchioness of Queensbury, Wearing a rather nice at deco bandeau, with approx fourteen diamond panels flanking a central diamond motif incorporating a large sapphire and diamond spray.

A diamond and natural pearl belle epoque tiara, circa 1900, worn here by Lady Alice Ludlow, nee Sedgewick. The tiara features open-work foliate scrolls, with interlocking garlands between three diamond motifs, topped with natural pearls.

A diamond and natural pearl belle epoque tiara, circa worn here by Lady Alice Ludlow, nee Sedgewick. The tiara features open-work foliate scrolls, with interlocking garlands between three diamond motifs, topped with natural pearls.

Natica, Lady Lister-Kaye, wearing an Antique Tiara, United Kingdom (diamonds). © National Portrait Gallery, London.

Natica, Lady Lister-Kaye, wearing an Antique Tiara, United Kingdom (diamonds).

Doreen, Marchioness of Londonderry.  B. 1937. Principal of the touring company of the Royal Ballet 1960-70.  Married the 9th Marquis of Londonderry in 1972.  Retired 1974.  Two children of the marriage, including the present marquis.  She and 9th marquis divorced, but retained her title.

A photo of Doreen, Marchioness of Londonderry, wearing the diamond and ruby tiara, necklace and ear pendants of Empress Marie Louise of France. No idea why she's wearing them, but it's a rare shot of these pieces being worn.

HRH The Duchess of Gloucester (Birgitte van Deurs)

Tiara Mania: Gloucester Indian Tiara worn by Duchess Birgitte of Gloucester

Violet Gertrude Twining, Lady Donegall | Stunning Portraits of 40 Beautiful Women from the Belle Époque

Lady Violet Gertrude Twining, Marchioness of Donegall, wearing a diamond floral tiara, featuring five diamond loop motifs, with floral centres and diamond spacers.

Leuchtenberg Sapphire Parure Tiara with its flexible shape, is stored flat. Made by the Parisian jeweler Marie-Etienne Nitot.

A perfect find for Dash in BRIDES OF THE STORM; A Galveston Hurricane Mystery. Queen Silvia in the Leuchtenberg sapphire parure. It once belonged to Napoleon Bonaparte and since given to Josephine as a wedding gift remained a part of Swedish Royal Jewels.

Mary Curzon, Lady Curzon of Kedleston, Vicereine of India, wearing her Pearl Spike Tiara, United Kingdom (1903; pearls, diamonds).

British in Colonial India Photo Essay

Mary Curzon, Lady Curzon of Kedleston, Vicereine of India, wearing her Pearl…

Grace Elvina née Hinds- Marchioness Curzon of Kedlestone in what appears to be a pearl and diamond tiara

Grace Elvina Curzon (née Hinds), Marchioness Curzon of Kedleston - possibly a diamond and pearl tiara?

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