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A diamond and pearl tiara originally belonging to Princess Marina, the Duchess of Kent. Description from maries-jewels-royals.blogspot.com.au. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Kent Diamond and Pearl Festoon Tiara - c. 1900 - from Duke of Kent to wife Princess Marina

Diadem, c. 1829 - belonged to Stéphanie de Beauharnais, first cousin, once removed, of Empress Josephine's first husband; adopted and raised to imperial rank by Napoleon.  Consort of Karl, Grand Duke of Baden, and ancestress of the former Kings of Romania and former King of Yugoslavia, the present King of the Belgians, the present Grand Duke of Luxembourg and the present Sovereign Prince of Monaco.

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Imperial State Crown - Tower of London

The Imperial State Crown is one of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom and symbolises the sovereignty of the monarch. The crown has existed in several versions since the century.

On 29 March 2012, a new display of the crown jewels will be revealed at the Tower of London to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen. This year’s display will feature new lig…

The Crown Jewels: Symbols of the British monarchy

Queen Mary's Crown, shown without the arches. Made by Garrard & Co., this crown used to contain the Koh-i-Noor diamond as well as the Cullinan III and IV. The diamonds were replaced by crystal models in

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.

Queen Alexandra's Celtic Knot and Fleur-de-Lis Tiara, United Kingdom (pearls, diamonds).

Queen Alexandra of Great Britain's tiara of pearls and diamonds, with Celtic knot elements and large fleur-de-lis designs.

Crown of Princess Margaret of York, sister of Edward IV & wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. Made c. 1461. One of 2 English crown that survive from the medieval period. Via Irish Archaeology FB

Crown of Princess Margaret of York, sister of Edward IV & wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. One of 2 English crown that survive from the medieval period. Via Irish Archaeology FB

The bridal tiara of the imperial family of Russia with the big pink diamond center stone.

RUSSIAN CROWN JEWELS - The Russian Nuptial Tiara worn by all Imperial brides on the day of their weddings. It was made around 1800 by St. Petersburg jeweler Jacob David Duval for Empress Elizabeth Alexeievna, wife of Emperor Alexander I.

one of Alexandra Romanov's Tiaras- black diamonds in the tiara can not get any better

A large diamond and cabochon sapphire tiara belonging to the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, the last empress of Russia.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Readers' Top 15 Tiaras: #1. The Girls of Great Britain & Ireland Tiara

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Readers' Top 15 Tiaras: The Girls of Great Britain & Ireland Tiara

Tiara Rusa de las Palmetas (Russian Palmette Tiara) o Tiara de Madreselva de la Reina María (Queen Mary's Honeysuckle Tiara) o Tiara de Madreselva de Gloucester (The Gloucester Honeysucke Tiara), Reino Unido.

The Gloucester Palmette tiara, a graduated frieze of styled honeysuckle. The central ornament is made to be separable. Made from diamonds taken from Queen Mary's County of Surrey tiara & was a present to the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester (Princes

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