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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, Marchioness of Queensbury, Wearing an Art Deco Bandeau Tiara, with fourteen diamond panels flanking a central diamond motif with a large sapphire and diamond spray.

Lady Carew (Julia Mary, Baroness Carew, 1864?-1922), before 1888

Taking styling tips from Lady Julia Carew circa I love the way she has embellished the entire neckline of her dress with brooches!

Nancy, Viscountess Astor

Nancy, Viscountess Astor wearing the Astor Tiara with the 55 carat historic Sancy diamond.

The Macclesfield diamond jewels. Comprising a tiara with five detachable flowerhead cluster brooches, a riviere necklace, a stomacher brooch and a bracelet with two interchangeable cluster central panels. The tiara designe as a tapering row of old cushion-cut diamonds surmounted by a graduated series of fleur-de-lys motifs with garland and foliate intersections to a central pear shaped diamnd collet, with five detachable pave-set naturalistic flowerhead clusters. ca. 1850

The Macclesfield diamond jewels. Comprising a tiara with five detachable flowerhead cluster brooches, a riviere necklace, a stomacher brooch and a bracelet with two interchangeable cluster central panels. The tiara designe as a tapering row of old cushion

Sapphire and Diamond tiara and brooch. Part of the Parure made for Tsarina Alexandra

Tsarina Alexandra's Sapphire and Diamond Tiara and Brooch - 1894 - by Kochli - commissioned by Tsar Alexander III for his new daughter-in-law Alexandra - tiara had 16 large sapphires - gold with diamonds framed in silver - disappeared in the revolution

The Londonderry Tiara (top) worn by Theresa, Marchioness of Londonderry (L) with enormous pearl spikes and (R) with inset crown frame and upright cross, probably at the Devonshire House Costume Ball of 1897 where her jewellery dazzled everyone.

The Londonderry Tiara (top) worn by Theresa, Marchioness of Londonderry (left) with enormous pearl spikes and (right) with inset crown frame and upright cross, probably at the Devon-shire House Costume Ball of 1897 where her jewelry dazzled everyone.

Grand-Duchess Anastasia's Sapphire Necklace Tiara, The first thing to know is that this sapphire and diamond tiara was originally a necklace, which story started in 1879, when grand-duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna of Russia married grand-duke Friedrich Franz III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. The necklace came into the Danish royal family when it was left to her elder daughter, Queen Alexandrine, spouse of King Christian X of Denmark.:

Wedding present of Grand Duchess Anastasia Mikhailovna when she married the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Inherited by the Danish royal family.

Lady Mabel Ashburton, nee Hood, at the Devonshire House Ball, http://www.rvondeh.dircon.co.uk/incalmprose/ashburton.html

by Lafayette 1897

Pearl Poire Tiara. Made in Berlin in 1825. Queen Louise of Denmark left it to the Danish Royal Property Trust 1926

Pearl Poire Tiara, made in Berlin in Queen Louise of Denmark left it to the Danish Royal Property Trust

Empress Alexandra had the largest jewellery collection in the world

Aqua tiara is one of Empress Alexandra's jewellery collection - the largest jewellery collection in the world.

Princess Victoria, future Queen of Sweden.

At the wedding in Stockholm 2013 Crown Princess Victoria wore Queen Josefinas coursage necklace. A necklace Princess Lilian wore many times.

The famous Faberge tiara with tea-drop diamonds that were presented by Alexander I of Russia to Empress Josephine ~ The story of the tiara starts from Alexander I of Russia and Joséphine, ex-wife of Napoléon. They were friends, and Alexander presented Josephine tea-drop diamonds. In 1890 Faberge used diamonds to create tiara for descendants of Josephine's son, the Duke of Leuchtenberg. After WWI tiara was inherited by Count of Flanders. by connie

Faberge tiara with teardrop diamonds presented by Alexander I of Russia to Empress Josephine. In 1890 Faberge used them to create a tiara for descendants of Josephine's son, the Duke of Leuchtenberg. After WWI the tiara was inherited by Count of Flanders.

Princess Hafizah Sururul Bolkiah, daughter of Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, married with week-long festivities (and multiple tiaras) in September 2012.<3

Princess Hafizah Sururul Bolkiah, daughter of Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, married with week-long festivities (and multiple tiaras) in September of Brunei Diamond curl with heart on top tiara

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.

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