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The Fleur-de-lis Diamond tiara.

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Diamond tiara: Fleur de Lys Tiara with diamonds set in platinum made by Ansorena in 1906 and features the symbol of the House of Bourbon.

The Fleur de Lis Tiara

The Fleur-de-Lys Tiara Info: A wedding gift from King Alfonso XIII to his bride, Princess Victoria Eugenia. The Countess of Barcelona wore it to Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation. Victoria Eugenia left it to her son.

A diamond tiara/necklace, dating from the last quarter of the 19th century, formerly belonging to Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe. The tiara comes apart to form a necklace and a thin diamond bandeau.

A diamond tiara/necklace, dating from the last quarte formerly belonging to Mary, Duchess of Roxburghe. The tiara comes apart to form a necklace and a thin diamond bandeau.

The Poltimore Tiara, made in 1870. Bought at auction specifically for 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.

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Designed as a series of graduated foliate scrolls, each terminating in an en tremblant spray set with old mine and circular-cut diamonds, to an articulated band, inner circumference approximately

"The Most Valuable Tiaras In The World" (quote) Tiaras from top to bottom: Cartied Manchester TIara c. 1903 Photo courtesy of Victoria & Albert Museum Collection, The diadem was loaned by the Spanish royal family for an exhibition and a full diamond circlet formerly belonging to Queen Mary of Great Britain who had it disassembled and made into another tiara.

"The Most Valuable Tiaras In The World" (quote) Tiaras from top to bottom: Cartied Manchester TIara c. 1903 Photo courtesy of Victoria & Albert Museum Collection, The diadem was loaned by the Spanish royal family for an exhibition and a full diamond circl

Floral/Wheat tiara that probably belongs to the Savoy family, circa 1850. A continuous scrolling old-cut diamond line with wheat sheaves, flowers, leaves, and buds interwoven. Removable pieces for 6 brooches. E.Böhm, joaillier & bijoutier, Vienne.

Floral/Wheat tiara that probably belongs to the Savoy family. A continuous scrolling old-cut diamond line with wheat sheaves, flowers, leaves and buds interwoven. Removable pieces for 6 brooches.

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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)

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

The Devonshire Diamond Tiara - 1893 when AE Skinner & Co made it for Louise, Duchess of Devonshire. Louise passed on the tiara to Evelyn, wife of the 9th Duke of Devonshire, who then gave it to her daughter-in-law, Mary. It was last worn by her daughter-in-law, Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire. 1,900 diamonds set in gold and silver, 1,041 of which were taken from other family pieces.

A lovely image of what the late Debo, Duchess of Devonshire called 'the Family Fender'. Weight training with a bag of sugar on the head for that one.

The Luxembourg Empire Tiara entered the Nassau (Luxembourg) family between 1813 and 1829. The original owner is unknown, but it was either made or altered by Frankfurt jeweller Speltz in 1829.

Grand Diadem (aka Empire Tiara) of Luxembourg, ca. - Worn by Grand Duchess Charlotte at her wedding to Prince Felix of Bourbon-Parma, time princess tiara

An antique diamond tiara, circa 1900. The centre of sunburst star and crescent moon motifs entirely set with cushion-shaped diamonds, graduating in size towards the centre, above a larger similarly cut diamond, between a scrolling frame set with old brilliant-cut diamonds, accented by two smaller similarly set sunburst stars, brooch, hair ornaments, ring and tiara fittings and screw supplied, fitted case by Cav. Vincenzo Giura Giojelliere, Napoli. #antique #tiara

Antique diamond tiara, circa sunburst star and crescent moon motifs entirely set with cushion-shaped diamonds

The braided crown is a look we love, but it can appear rather complicated to accomplish. Hair guru Jessica Scantlin, who shares our affinity for the regal ‘do, showed us how to create this clean and simple braided crown in just a few easy steps. And we must say, it’s fit for a queen!

Tuesday Tutorial: The Braided Crown

Every woman is a queen and deserves to wear a crown, even if it's just a hairstyle. If you've never down a braided crown hairstyle made out of your own hair, check out this tutorial on how to create the perfect braided crownl

The most famous pieces of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom with the Sceptre with the Cross at the bottom and St Edward's Crown at the front left.  Kept safely in the Tower of London, when not in use by the Sovereign.

Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom

CROWNS~The British Crown Jewels are a symbol of monarchy for the British people. They have been used by Kings and Queens since 1661 or earlier.

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