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There are quite a few tiaras belonging to the Kent Family, the above diamond and pearl festoon tiara being just one of many. When Princess Marina of Kent, nee Greece, wore it, it didn't have the pearl base, that was later added by Princess Michael to 'give it more height'.

The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor: Tiara Thursday: The Kent Festoon Tiara

Duchess of Kent jewels.

The entire Cambridge Sapphire Parure was given to Princess Marina of Greece when she married Queen Mary's son, George, when the couple married on November at Westminster Abbey. Wedding gifts for the couple were put on show for public viewing.

Inglaterra - City of London Fringe Tiara

Kent City of London Fringe Tiara, United Kingdom diamonds, gold, silver). A wedding gift from the City of London to Princess Marina, the tiara was originally created for Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia.

Princess Marina-Duchess of Kent

The legend says that it is the Catherine the Great girandole earrings, on her great.granddaughter princess Marina, Duchess of Kent.

The City of London provided Princess Marina of Greece with her own fringe tiara, circa 1890, when she married Prince George, Duke of Kent. Princess Marina's mother, Princess Elena Vladimirovna of Greece, nee Romanov., also had her own fringe tiara.

A close up of the City of London Fringe tiara given to Princess Marina of Kent in Image courtesy of the Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and Geoffrey Munn

and another. This also shows the base of button pearls that Princess Michael had to replace the original band of diamonds it came with.

This also shows the base of button pearls that Princess Michael had to replace the original band of diamonds it came with.

Jewelery once belonging to the THURN UND TAXIS family, including an impressive diamond tiara.

What is that green stone? LEIGH **Jewellery once beloing to the THURN UND TAXIS family, including an impressive diamond tiara.

Princess Marina also took the festoon tiara with her for royal tours, this one to the Far East

Princess Marina, wearing her festoon tiara, at a banquet on the Far East tour

Danish Crown Jewels - Garnet and diamond tiara of Princess Viggo of Denmark,Countess of Rosenborg (born Eleanor Margaret Green) (1895-1966).

Garnet, Pearl and DIamond Kokoshnik Tiara created in the by Dragsted, jewellers to the Danish Royal family at the behest of Prince Viggo, Count of Rosenborg as a present for his wife, Princess Eleanor. The top row of diamonds detaches to form a necklace.

Ancona Tiara, Italy (ca. 1817; pearls, diamonds, gold).

The Ancona Tiara is a pearl and diamond tiara with Italian heritage. And old this tiara is indeed: it was made for Princess Maria Anna Carolina of Saxony sometime around her 1817 marriage to Leopold II, Grand Duke of Tuscany.

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