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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

Tiara of the Counts de Lannoy in Belgium

The diamond Lannoy family tiara that Countess Stéphanie de Lannoy wore at her wedding to Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg.

Emerald and Diamond Tiara of the Duchess of Devonshire.

Emerald and diamond tiara of the Duchess of Devonshire As a duchess, I'll have an emerald tiara with matching opals.

A beautiful diamond and natural pearl belle epoque tiara, circa 1900, possibly by Boucheron. Designed as five stylised fleur de lys, each topped by a natural, pear-shaped upright pearl, held in place by foliate leaves; with diamond scroll and knot-work links, on a diamond band.

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

The Oriental Circlet Tiara. also known as the Indian Ruby Tiara, was commissioned by Prince Albert the Prince Consort in 1853 as a gift to his wife, Queen Victoria. Prince Albert was often involved in the design and setting of Queen Victoria’s jewelry, as she said herself in a quote verified by the Royal Collection webpage, “Albert has such taste & arranges everything for me about my jewels.”  The tiara was created by Garrard & Co and consists of diamonds, rubies and gold.

Queen Victoria’s Oriental Circlet Tiara. designed by Prince Albert. After Albert was originally set with opals. died After Albert died Victoria never wore jewelry with colored stones again. Queen Alexandra replaced the opal with rubies.

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Tiara commissioned by Archduchess Marie Valerie as a wedding present (?) for her daughter Archduchess Elisabeth Franziska of Austria, who married Georg Graf von Waldburg zu Zeil und Hohenems in 1912. Note the cased wedding present form is the one with upright pearls, more elements (5 in total), set on a base diamond bendeau. Convertible to pendant and brooches. Above is the smaller version of 3 elements without uprights or band

Tiara commissioned by Archduchess Marie Valerie as a wedding present (?) for her daughter Archduchess Elisabeth Franziska of Austria, who married Georg Graf von Waldburg zu Zeil und Hohenems in Note this is the form with upright pearls.

Diadema di perle e brillanti dell'Arciduchessa Maria Valeria d'Asburgo-Austria

Tiara of Archduchess Marie Valerie (full setting), Austria made by A. Albion Art collection - with removable pearl teardrop finials. See earlier pin for this tiara without the upright pearls

Tiara originally belonging to Queen Mary's mother - the Duchess of Teck - the Teck Crescent tiara

The Teck Crescent Tiara This diamond diadem, featuring three wild roses separated by 20 crescent shapes, was assembled by Mary Adelaide from various jewels she inherited from her aunt, Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester.

a Tiara belonging to the Thurn and Taxis family

A massive Diamond Tiara belonging to the Thurn and Taxis family.

The diamond tiara of Queen Amelie of Portugal, nee Orleans. Designed as a classic diamond pinnacle tiara, with fleur de lys spacers, due to her French heritage. She married Carlos, Prince Royal of Portugal on May 22, 1886.

Jewelry Diamond : Image Description Tiara belonging to Queen Maria Amelia of Portugal. There was a matching necklace. The tiara is now the property of HRH The Duke of Braganza.

Cartier halo scroll tiara worn by the Duchess of Cambridge at her wedding to Prince William by angelina

The Strathmore Rose Tiara was a wedding gift to the Queen Mum from her father, the Earl of Strathmore. It’s a delicate tiara, worn by the

Grand Duchess Vladimir's diamond circles, now owned by the British royal family. Surely one of the most iconic and beautiful tiaras.

The Grand Duchess Vladimir diamond circles tiara now owned by HM Queen Elizabeth…

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A popular tiara of the Kent family is the diamond festoon. 'Possibly' a gift from the Duke of Kent to his bride, Princess Marina,  when they married in 1934. What happened to the tiara between it's possible date of manufacture, circa 1900, and it being gifted to Princess Marina is unknown. Designed as seven diamond foliate motifs in a 'lyre-shape', topped with button pearls, with smaller diamond and pearl spacers, rising from a band of gold held slightly above a row of pearls and a velvet…

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