Made in 1890 for Grand Duchess Vladimir, aunt of the last Russian Tsar Nicholas II, the Vladimir tiara was smuggled out of Russia during the Revolution by a British diplomat. In 1921 it was sold by the Grand Duchess’s daughter, Princess Nicholas of Greece, to Queen Mary who adapted the tiara to take fifteen of the celebrated Cambridge emeralds as an alternative to the original pearls. Queen Elizabeth II inherited the tiara in 1953, & has worn it with both the pearls and the emeralds.
Diadem of the Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia, wife of Prince Nicolas of Greece. Circa early 1900s. It was later inherited by their daughter the Princess Olga of Greece who married Prince Paul of Yugoslavia.
Crown of the Empress, Russian Imperial Crown Jewels. Gold, silver, and diamonds. Was created by jeweler Zeftigen for the coronation of Empress Maria Alexandrovna. From the collection of the Diamond Fund of the USSR, Moscow, Russia. Have to say the most AMAZING crown! The diamonds are huge and the sparkle in person must be incredible~
Elisabeth II, Queen of England
tiara de Ouro, rubi, diamantes e pérolas.
Tiara of Empress Marie Louise of France (1791-1847)
The Royal Tiaras. @angie Kauffman are these from your closet?
French Antique Brass Repousse Jeweled Tiara
The diamond tiara belonged to Grand Duchess Hilda (1864-1952), the daughter of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg. Schmidt Staub designed this tiara in 1906/1907. It was possibly made as a kokoshnik of garland style. These interconnecting bands are hanging eleven, graduated diamonds of a total of 15 ct. The largest of them weighs approximately 5 ct. Additionally, the tiara is set with 457 old cut and 225 single cut diamonds totaling approximately 75 ct and mounted in gold and plutinam.