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Princess in a prior life.

British Crown Jewels, the Kent aquamarine and diamond tiara England Portland

The magnificent tiara of the Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia., made of white and yellow diamonds.

A tiara designed as conventionalised foliage and flowers centred with pale yellow diamonds, was Princess Abamalek Lazarevs. Made by Basset for Boucheron.

Made for Florence, the wife of the second Baron Poltimore, treasurer to Queen Victoria's household 1872-1874. Later owned by HRH Princess Margaret.

The Poltimore tiara, made by Garrards for Florence, Lady Poltimore,wife of the second Baron Poltimore, in 1870 was worn by Princess Margaret on her wedding day. The tiara was sold after princess Margaret's death for about 2 million dollars.

worn by Britain’s late Princess Margaret  at her wedding, sold for $1.7 million to a Chinese collector.

Poltimore Tiara, originally made by Garrard for Florence, Lady Poltimore, wife of the second Baron Poltimore, in the of diamonds set in gold and silver.

The Teck Crescent Tiara of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Duchess Marie Adelaide of Teck's (princess of Cambridge) Crescent and roses tiara. Owned by her great-granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II.

DIAMOND TIARA of 9 old-cut diamond graduating flowerhead clusters centred by old-cut pear cushion shape diamond collet highlights, the central principal very light pink diamond interspersed by ten similarly-set stylised cusp motifs of ribbon scroll design, raised on an undulating diamond line frame, mounted in silver and gold, circa 1850, each flowerhead cluster detachable to form a brooch. Originally owned by the Marchioness of Conyngham.

DIAMOND TIARA of 9 old-cut diamond graduating flowerhead clusters centred by old-cut pear cushion shape diamond collet highlights, the central principal very light pink diamond interspersed by ten similarly-set stylised cusp motifs of ribbon scroll design

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Portland Tiara, Cartier, 1902 ~ Owned by the wife of the sixth Duke of Portland, Winifred Anna.

This is Princess Fawzia’s Tiara. Her parents, King Fuad I of Egypt and Queen Nazli, commissioned it from Van Cleef & Arpels for Fawzia’s 1939 wedding to Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Crown Prince (and later Shah) of Iran. The tiara features pear-shaped and baguette-cut diamonds in multiple rows arranged to look like a halo.

H.H. Princess Fawzia - the daughter of H. King Fuad and H. Queen Nazli of Egypt - married the future Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi.

Crown of Marie Antoinette. Im in loveee to the fullest

"Crown of Marie Antoinette. Im in loveee to the fullest"--Not the queen's but her great niece Marie Louise's, Napoleon's second empress.

Adaptable tiara made in 1912 by Boucheron for Barbara Kelch - it can be (T to B) hung with opal drops, entirely diamonds, drops that may be cabochon emeralds or pearls (the photo is indistinct) or diamonds with upright tear-drop shaped diamond finials- see Diamond III, Opals, Unknown for the possible emerald/pearl drop versions

Adaptable tiara made in 1912 by Boucheron for Barbara Kelch - it can be (T to B) hung with opal drops, entirely diamonds, drops that may be cabochon emeralds or pearls (the photo is indistinct) or diamonds with upright tear-drop shaped diamond finials.

Cartier diamond tiara with alternating heart shaped motif. Inspiration for a tiara made by Andrew Prince for Downton Abbey.

What a lovely design! Such graceful movement and pleasing harmony - Leigh ** Cartier diamond tiara with alternating heart shaped motif. Inspiration for a tiara made by Andrew Prince for Downton Abbey.

Modern Tiara, United Kingdom (21st c.; pink diamonds, white diamonds).

Australian: Argyle Pink Diamond Tiara - 2010 by the Royal Jeweler Asprey of London; owned by Linneys Jewelry Company. Using 178 rare Argyle pink diamonds from within the Argyle mine in Australia;

Essence of a woman

A beautiful Crown for a Princess. In gold, diamonds and blue gemstones, perhaps sapphire and or blue topaz.

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.

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