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Cartier tiara from "Cartier, Style and History" exhibition

Queen Marie of Romania, wearing the kokoshnik tiara, over a bandeau with pearls, diamonds and sapphires, created by Cartier jewelry company in 1920

Königin Marie von Rumänien, Queen of Romania | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Marie of Romania (Marie Alexandra Victoria, previously Princess Marie of Edinburgh; 29 October 1875 – 18 July was Queen consort of Romania from 1914 to as the wife of Ferdinand I of Romania. She was called Missy by her family.

Cartier Halo Tiara

A 1936 Cartier halo-style tiara passed down to Queen Elizabeth II on her birthday from her mother

Tiara Mania: Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia's Sapphire & Diamond Kokoshnik

Tiara Mania: Sapphire & Diamond Kokoshnik worn by Queen Marie of Romania

Tiara Mania: Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia's Sapphire & Diamond Kokoshnik

Tiara Mania: Sapphire & Diamond Kokoshnik worn by Queen Marie of Romania

Tiara Mania: Sapphire & Diamond Kokoshnik worn by Queen Marie of Romania

Tiara Mania: Sapphire & Diamond Kokoshnik worn by Queen Marie of Romania

Cartier Indian Tiara

Princess Marie-Louise sapphire, pearl and diamond Indian Tiara from Cartier. Marie-Louise was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria, the child of Princess Helena and Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein.

The sapphire and diamond kokoshnic, once worn by Tsarina Maria Alexandrovna. Featuring seven cabochon sapphires set within a diamond lattice, it was much coveted by Grand Duchess Vladimir, but was inherited in 1908 by Grand Duke Paul who gave it to his wife, Princess Olga Paley, and it's whereabouts are unkonown

Tiara Mania: Empress Maria Alexandrovna of Russia's Sapphire Kokoshnik

A diamond tiara from Cartier with an Indian theme. Made ​​for the Countess Granard. Designed around a central diamond cluster, with large circular diamonds that expands with millegrain diamonds into a stylised tree-shape which repeats itself throughout the whole piece. Topped with pear-shaped and circular diamonds. This Oriental style was very popular in Europe, particularly in UK, in early 20th century.

A diamond tiara from Cartier with an Indian theme. Made ​​for the Countess Granard. Designed around a central diamond cluster, with large circular diamonds that expands with millegrain diamonds into a stylised tree-shape which repeats itself throughout the whole piece. Topped with pear-shaped and circular diamonds. This Oriental style was very popular in Europe, particularly in UK, in early 20th century.

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