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Queen Silvia, 2010 Nobel Prize ceremony wearing the Leuchtenberg Sapphire Tiara, as seen from the back.

Queen Silvia, 2010 Nobel Prize ceremony wearing the Leuchtenberg Sapphire Tiara, as seen from the back.

Queen Silvia of Sweden in 1978

Queen Silvia of Sweden in 1978

Source: europesroyals

Source: europesroyals

The Connaught Tiara; worn by Queen Silvia of Sweden in 1977.

The Connaught Tiara; worn by Queen Silvia of Sweden in 1977.

norvege Leuchtenberg's Emeralds

norvege Leuchtenberg's Emeralds

Princess Annemarie of Bourbon-Parma, daughter in law of Princess Irene, wearing the Emerald Tiara with pearls on her wedding day, 2010

Princess Annemarie of Bourbon-Parma, daughter in law of Princess Irene, wearing the Emerald Tiara with pearls on her wedding day, 2010

Diamond and emerald tiara  which German prince Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck's specially made for his second wife Katharina around 1900

Diamond and emerald tiara which German prince Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck's specially made for his second wife Katharina around 1900

Queen Silvia wearing the Braganza Tiara on the wedding day of Crown Princess Victoria

Queen Silvia wearing the Braganza Tiara on the wedding day of Crown Princess Victoria

Queen Margherita's Musy tiara - able to be worn in a myriad of forms

Queen Margherita's Musy tiara - able to be worn in a myriad of forms

Cameo Crown; c.1811, worn by Crown Princess of Sweden, Victoria in her wedding, just as her mother, Silvia, did when she married the reigning King of Sweden.  The tiara was made in 1811 for Queen Josephine, the first wife of Napoleon I.  In 1823 Queen Josephine gave it to her grandaughter, Josephine of Leuchtenburg, as part of her dowry when she married the future King of Sweden, Oscar I.

Cameo Crown; c.1811, worn by Crown Princess of Sweden, Victoria in her wedding, just as her mother, Silvia, did when she married the reigning King of Sweden. The tiara was made in 1811 for Queen Josephine, the first wife of Napoleon I. In 1823 Queen Josephine gave it to her grandaughter, Josephine of Leuchtenburg, as part of her dowry when she married the future King of Sweden, Oscar I.

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