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The Lady Allan Cartier meander on a pink backgroun, with a close up of the central large cushion-cut diamond within the greek key motif

Loved this beautiful Cartier diamond and pearl tiara featuring a Greek key motif which is currently on view at Sotheby's London. It has a tragic story behind it, but the tiara has survived in all its glory and very splendid it is too!

FORMERLY THE PROPERTY OF MARGUERITE LADY ALLAN: Important seed pearl and diamond tiara, Cartier, circa 1909. Designed as an open work Greek key band millegrain-set with circular-cut diamonds within an outer border of seed pearls, framing a central detachable old mine-cut diamond. Provenance: Commissioned by Sir Hugh Montagu Allan for his wife, and with her on the ill fated final voyage of the RMS Lusitania in 1915. The tiara was with Lady Allan's maids when they were rescued from the…

FORMERLY THE PROPERTY OF MARGUERITE LADY ALLAN: Important seed pearl and diamond tiara, Cartier, circa Designed as an open work Greek key band millegrain-set with circular-cut diamonds within an outer border of seed pearls, framing a central detacha

Royal Jewels of the World Message Board: Picture of Empress Eugenie wearing the Greek tiara of the French Crown jewels

The Greek tiara of Empress Eugénie , in the 1867 version (French Crown Jewels)

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The Greek Meander Tiara The Greek Meander Tiara originally belonged to Prince Philip’s mother, Princess Alice or Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark. For yet another wedding gift, she gave her.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Marichalar Tiara(neoclassical)worn by Elena of Spain. Given to her by her husband's family(now divorced)

The Marichalar Tiara - a family tiara given by the Count and Countess of Ripalda when their son, Jaime de Marichalar, married the Infanta Elene of Spain.

Tiara of Princess Anne of Orléans, Duchess of Aosta (1906-1986). This tiara was purchased for her in 1920. It was described as an "unusual tiara with ornate arabesques of diamonds, very detailed and richly crafted in turns and loops..." The tiara was formerly owned by the Princess Lubanov-Rostov of Russia.

Lubanov-Rostovsky Tiara - c. 1910 - purchased for Duchess of Aosta, nee Princess Anne of Orleans in 1920 - formerly owned by the Princess Lubanov-Rostovsky of Russia

The 'peregrinations' of the 'Prussian' belle epoque tiara, 1913. This fabulous diamond tiara has made its way round several Royal Families of Europe in the past hundred years or so. Starting with a base of Greek Key motifs, then upright diamonds, to a band of laurel leaves, with a lovely pear-shaped diamond at its centre

Spanish Royal Jewels: The Prussian or Hellenic Tiara - 1913 by the German jeweler Koch. Currently owned by Queen Sofia of Spain given to her by her mother, Queen Frederica of Greece.

Sotheby Parke Bernet New York November 15th 1975 – Lot 156 property of Queen…

Diamond Tiara of Queen Nazli Fouad, former Queen Mother of Egypt, approximately 274 carats. Sotheby, New York November

Marie Poutine's Jewels & Royals: Russian Imperial Jewels. ~ Grand Duchess Vladimir's diamond and sapphire kokoshnik tiara.

Diamond and sapphire kokoshnik tiara, Cartier, silver, sapphires, diamonds (features carat sapphire in the middle). Ordered by Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna

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