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Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensbury. Unknown tiara?

Jane, wearing another of the Buccleuch tiaras. Featuring a series of elongated diamond scrolls at the base, topped alternatively by diamond and pearl clusters, and pear-shaped pearls, rising from an open-work base

Margaret, 11th Duchess of Argyll, third wife of the 11th Duke, wearing the diamond clover-leaf tiara

Margaret, Duchess of Argyll, wife of the Duke, Ian Douglas Campbell, wed on March wearing a tiara of five diamond clover leaves.

A close up of Countess Iveagh, wearing the Garrard tiara in 1937.

Countess of Iveagh, Gwendolen Florence Mary Guinness, in coronation robes, wearing the Garrard tiara in 1937 for the Coronation of King George VI.

Interesting tiara worn by Princess Helene of Orleans, Duchess of Aosta

Interesting tiara worn by Princess Helene of Orleans, Duchess of Aosta

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, in Royal heirloom diamond tiara, necklace and earrings at a banquet in Buckingham Palace in 2005

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall wearing the Delhi Durbar Tiara. looks more a "crown" than a tiara.

Royal tiaras

Royal Tiara Challenge Favorite Dutch Tiara The Antique Pearl Tiara and The Dutch Emerald Parure Tiara So I couldn’t decide which of the 2 pearl tiaras belonging to the Dutch Royal Family.

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?

Cartier Tiara | Platinum and diamond Tiara with millegrain placement, specially made for the Countess of Moy, the Cartier jewelry company in 1909. by Skylar Seed

Cartier Tiara - Platinum and diamond Tiara with millegrain placement, specially made for the Countess of Moy, the Cartier jewelry company in

catherine of cambrdge tiara | Royal jewels - Queen Frederika tiara.jpg | Historical glamour

Bling fling: Royal crowns and tiaras

Royal jewels - Queen Frederika , you would think the weight of the tiara would be heavy!

Mathilda Coster Campbell (née Mortimer), Duchess of Argyll by Madame Yevonde bromide print on velvet card mount, mid 1960s

Ian, Duke fourth and final wife, Mathilda Coster Mortimer, wearing a diamond fringe tiara, toped with either circular diamonds or pearls. The couple wed on 15 June 1963

Alexandra, The Duchess of Fife wearing the Fife tiara.   Alexandra was allowed to become the The Duchess of Fife in her own right by Queen Victoria when it became apparent that her parents, The Duke and Duchess of Fife, were not going to have a son to carry on the title. Alexandra’s only son died in 1943 before he could inherit his mothers title, so when Alexandra died in 1959, the title passed to her nephew, the current Duke of Fife.

Her Royal Highness Princess Arthur of Connaught, nee HH Princess Alexandra Duchess of Fife in the Fife tiara.

Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands with stunning sapphire and diamond tiara

Royal Forums: Queen Wilhelmina wearing her Sapphire Tiara. It was given to her by the people ot the Netherlands for her wedding in The piece has a big diamond on the center, found in India.

Grand Duchess Cecilie of Hesse, nee Princess of Greece and Denmark, wife of Grand Duke Georg Donatus, sister of the present Duke of Edinburgh, wearing the Hesse star tiara.

Grand Duchess Cecilie of Hesse, nee Princess of Greece & Denmark, wife of Grand Duke Georg Donatus, sister of the present Duke of Edinburgh, wearing the Hesse star tiara.

Princess Sala of Morocco in a Greek Key tiara by Chaumet

Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco in a Greek Key tiara by Chaumet

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