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Tiara belonging to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. Now lost.

The Romanov Pearl Kokoshnik Tiara : With 340 brilliants, including diamonds and…

A tiara of huge pear pearls and diamonds, belonging to Empress Alexandra Fedorovna, consort to the last tsar. It is made by court jeweler Bolin.

Marie Poutine's Jewels & Royals: Russian Imperial Jewels A tiara of huge pear pearls and diamonds, belonging to Empress Alexandra Fedorovna, consort to the last tsar. It was made by court jeweler Bolin.

The Russian Large Pearl Pendant Tiara. Made of ancient pearls and Brazilian diamonds. It is now lost since being seized by the Bolsheviks in the revolution...

Imperial Romanov Jewels - The Russian Diamond Fund: Russia's Treasure of Diamonds and Precious Stones (pearl and diamond diadem)

The tiara worn by Tsarina Alexandra . A large Russian kokoshnik, with multiple pear-shaped diamonds, both top and bottom.

The tiara worn by Tsarina Alexandra in the previous two pins. A large Russian kokoshnic, with multiple pear-shaped diamonds, both top and bottom. It's current whereabouts are unknown.

В 1973 году королева Елизавета получила тиару в дар от ювелирной компании «Джеррард и компания». В центре украшения находится цветок из рубина и бриллиантов, а серебро с бриллиантами создает стилизацию лепестков цветка. В обрамлении тиары присутствуют 96 бриллиантов. Она называется «бирманской», так как рубины и бриллианты были подарены королеве в качестве свадебного подарка от бирманцев,

The Burmese Ruby Tiara: QE II ordered the tiara in 1973 from Garrard & Co. The rubies and diamonds in this tiara came from the Queen's private collection. She received the 95 rubies as a wedding present in 1947 from the Burmese people.

A large diamond crown of the Empress Josephine of France, first wife of Napoleon I.

Marie Poutine's Jewels & Royals: August 2012 A large diamond crown of the Empress Josephine of France, first wife of Napoleon I

The Russian Nuptial Tiara. Worn by the imperial brides is most notable for its central pink diamond, a rose-colored stone of impeccable quality which comes from the treasury of Emperor Paul I (1754-1801) and is more than 10 carats.

The Russian Nuptial Tiara. Worn by the imperial brides is most notable for its central pink diamond, a rose-colored stone of impeccable quality which comes from the treasury of Emperor Paul I and is more than 10 carats.

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The magnificent diamond and emerald tiara made by Kochert for Archduchess Maria Josepha in Featuring Kochert's famous ribbon and bow motifs, plus a double open-work base, with large square-cut emeralds within the bow motifs, and topping them.

Empress Joséphine de Beauharnais' Coronation Tiara, France (1804; diamonds).

French Tiara given to Josephine by Napoleon. Art Deco Tiara Princess Sibylla of Bourbon-Parma Luxembourg Chaumet Tiara Princess Benedikte Floral Persian Turquoise Amethyst Tiara of Queen Mary Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the turquoise Vladimir Tiara.

My Favorite Sanctuary — RUSSIAN CROWN JEWELS - The Russian Nuptial Tiara...

My Favorite Sanctuary — RUSSIAN CROWN JEWELS - The Russian Nuptial Tiara...

Tiara belonging to Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, wife of Prince Nicolas of Greece. Circa early 1900's

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

The famous Faberge tiara with tear-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 with tea-drop diamonds. In 1890 Faberge used those diamonds to create this tiara for descendants of Josephine's son, the Duke of Leuchtenberg. After WWI the tiara was inherited by the Count of Flanders. by connie

The famous Faberge tiara with tear-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 with tea-drop diamonds. In 1890 Faberge used those diamonds to create this tiara for descendants of Josephine's son, the Duke of Leuchtenberg. After WWI the tiara was inherited by the Count of Flanders. by connie

Empress Maria Feodorovna pearl tiara ca. 1880

The Russian Wave Pattern Tiara Dating from the century, this diadem includes more than 500 brilliant diamonds in a stylized interpr.

Yeah, I know. . . but a gal can hope that the British Royal Family would be willing to give a gal a tiara.

Grand Duchess Elizabeth Feodorovna of Russia’s aquamarine tiara Russian Jewels spam

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