Queen Charlotte of Württemberg's Diamond Tiara. Made for Queen Charlotte, the second wife of the last Württemberg king, Wilhelm II (r. 1891-1918) by the Stuttgart court jeweler Eduard Foehr in 1896 in the rococo style. Can be dismantled, and the sections worn as brooches or hair ornaments. On display in the Collection "LegendäreMeisterWerke" in the Old Palace.
Earring Period: Roman Period, later than Date: A.D. 4th century or later Geography: Egypt
Borneo Diamonds Tiara / Set. Dismounts to become earrings, pendant, brooches. These jewels were a gift from the Sultan of Kutai (Borneo) to Queen Wilhelmina upon her inauguration in 1898.
Farah Dibah tiara of the Iranian imperial family. Van Cleef and Arpels, 1967. Set with solitary rubies, emeralds, diamonds and pearls.
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