The Angouleme Emerald Tiara worn by Marie Antoinette and made by Evrard and Frederic Bapst for the French crown jewels in There are 1031 diamonds and 40 emeralds in the setting.
The 1806 Queen of Bavaria crown contains huge pearls. The Bavarian Crown Jewels are on show in the Treasury of the Residenz Palace in Munich
The formal crown of the French queen Marie Antoinette, to be worn for official ceremonies.
Louis XV King of France February 1710 – 10 May known as Louis the Beloved (Louis le bien aimé) was a monarch of the House of Bourbon who ruled as King of France from 1 September 1715 until his death. Crown of Louis XV of France.
German: Essen crown - The small crown is the oldest surviving crown of lilies in Europe. The gold band with 4 lilies is decorated with filigree patterns of coupled gold wires, set with pearls and precious stones.
Turquoise and diamond tiara and brooch from the Russian imperial jewelry collection.
Photoshopped de Gunsburg tiara: pearls have been added.
Maria-Gabriella's Savoy Diamond and Pearl Tiara - gift from her father King Umberto II of Italy
The tiara alone cost some Featuring an open-work band of large diamonds, with at least five large fleur de lys motifs rising from it, linked by intricate 'knot-work' scrolls, with could be removed. The tiara could also be worn with diamond stars attached
The Burmese Ruby Tiara: QE II ordered the tiara in 1973 from Garrard & Co. The rubies and diamonds in this tiara came from the Queen's private collection. She received the 95 rubies as a wedding present in 1947 from the Burmese people.
Where are all of my Amethyst Babies? A beautiful early amethyst parure, French. It's combe featuring nine large oval amethysts and eight smaller ones set into the filigree
The Star Tiara The star version of the Pearl Button Tiara was created specifically for Maxima Zorreguieta for her wedding to Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange.
Diamond Diadem of Queen Pauline of Württemberg, circa Landesmuseum Württemberg, Stuttgart. by herland
Gold and Cryshoprase Tiara, 1838 - Victoria and Albert Museum.
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.