Lady Edwina and Louis Mountbatten at the coronation of King Georges VI in 1937

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A tiara is a sign of social distinction and power, imposing itself as an expression of success and a reflection of how important the person wearing it is during the most popular society events. The one that belonged to Countess Edwina Mountbatten, the last Vicereine of India, is one of the most remarkable.

Lady Edwina and Louis Mountbatten at the coronation of King Georges VI in 1937