The “lost tiara” that Princess Alice wore to King Edward VII’s wedding. This tiara is made by Köchert, called the “Byzantine” diadem, with its harmonious juxtapositions of diamonds and pearls, was judged impeccable and won for Köchert the first prize for jewellery at the World Exhibition.

The "lost tiara" that Princess Alice wore to King Edward VII's wedding. This tiara is made by Köchert, called the "Byzantine" diadem, with its harmonious juxtapositions of diamonds and pearls, was judged impeccable and won for Köchert the first prize for

Aqua tiara of Empress Alexandra, the last Tsarina of Russia. Empress Alexandra had the largest jewellery collection in the world, and ironically it was hidden in her bedroom, which was a private vault for some of the most precious jewels.  In 1917 the collection was valued at 50 million dollars.

Aqua tiara is one of Empress Alexandra's jewellery collection - the largest jewellery collection in the world.

The oldest surviving crown of an English queen, 1370-80. Gold, enamel, sapphires, rubies, emeralds, diamonds, pearls. Recorded in England in a list of jewels and plate drawn up in 1399. Probably belonged to King Edward III or Anne of Bohemia, the wife of King Richard II, who was deposed that year by Henry IV. Henry's daughter, Princess Blanche, married the Palatine Elector Ludwig III in 1402 and the crown passed to the Palatine Treasury in Heidelberg as part of her dowry.

The oldest surviving crown of an English queen, Probably belonged to Anne of Bohemia, wife of Richard II, who was deposed by Henry IV.

The crown of Margaret of York sister of Edward IV and wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. Made in c. 1461

Assistant Curator at the Tower of London, Anna Keay, holds the century crown of Margaret of York. The crown left England in 1468 and is one of only two English Medieval crowns that survived the Civil War and is now kept in Aachen Cathedral in Germany

Count Alexander von Beregshasy Crown - Bettie Girls Fashion Blog.

The Crystal Ice Queen Crown~♡~ Count Alexander von Beregshasy was a aesthete and jeweller who devoted his life to recreating the baubles worn by Europe's crowned princesses, which he sold from a twinkling petit palais in Camden Passage.

The Imperial Crown of Russia. I love this closer view with bright light. The details are magnificent!

Not cuz it’s beautiful but cuz HOLY CRAP!Treasures of the Moscow Kremlin: Diamond Fund.

The Fife Tiara first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. When Louise married the Earl of Fife in 1887 at Buckingham Palace, she received many presents including the stunning tiara with pear-shaped diamonds hanging freely in a diamond framework, topped with more pear-shaped diamonds which alternate with round diamonds. Though it is not certain, the tiara is believed to be the work of Parisian jeweller, Oscar Massin.

The Fife Tiara: It first belonged to Princess Louise of Wales, the oldest daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra. It was a wedding gift from the Earl of Fife when she married him in

Diamond and Pearl Necklace which belonged to Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia; convertible to tiara.

Diamond and Pearl Necklace which belonged to Empress Maria Feodorovna of Russia, wife of Tsar Alexander III.

Corona real/ Royalty crown

The Dutch Mellerio Sapphire Tiara was purchased in 1881 by King Willem II of the Netherlands for his wife Queen Emma. The tiara we know today was changed by Queen Maxima for the inauguration in April

Empress Marie-Louise's Tiara, colorized to show the original emeralds

Diadem from Empress Marie-Louise's Emerald Parure - A gift from Napoleon Bonaparte to Marie Louise (his second wife and niece of Marie~Antoinette) on the occasion of their wedding, tiara green emerald peridot

Crown of Queen Elizabeth, Queen consort of King George VI, United Kingdom (1937; silver, gold, diamonds, quartz crystals, velvet, ermine). Originally, set with the Cullinan IV and Koh-i-Noor diamonds. Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Crown 1937 Platinum, diamonds, rock crystal, velvet, ermine

Previous pinner: Queen Anne Boleyn's Crown. Me: I have serious doubts that this tiara dates back to the 16th century. Maybe it's from the HBO series, "The Tudors", and THAT'S the Anne Boleyn they're talking about. All I can find on this tiara is a Pinterest label, which is pretty meaningless. It's a pretty piece of jewelry, and I like it, so it's going here for now.

The Swedish Nine Prong Tiara - Made in Berlin as a gift for Queen Sophia, consort of King Oscar II. A part of the Bernadotte Foundation, it technically belongs to no one person, but it’s definitely a favorite of Queen Silvia’s

The 15th-century crown of Margaret of York

Crown of Princess Margaret of York, sister of Edward IV & wife of Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. One of 2 English crown that survive from the medieval period. Via Irish Archaeology FB

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