A BELLE EPOQUE DIAMOND TIARA Designed as an old European-cut diamond tapered garland band with geometric motif and collet detail (accompanied by an additional diamond tiara fitting and additional band), circa cm.
Norwegian Royal Jewels: Tiara Desirée, A neoclassical tiara representing floral garlands and wreaths of laurel. The name refers claims to Desiree Clary, who was Queen of Sweden by her marriage with King Charles XIV.
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.
A diamond kokoshnik tiara, circa 1910 Designed as a series of radiating scrolls surrounding three principle pear-shaped diamonds set with circular-, rose-cut and cushion-shaped stones, framed by two lines of similarly-set diamonds
Next up is the Romanov Diamond Kokoshnik. Historically, a Kokoshnik is known as the traditional Russian head dress worn by married woman (maidens wore an open version which was similar, and called a povyazka)