A diamond tiara and necklace, 1880s Designed as a relatively short compact fringe, the slightly tapered form composed of 23 knife-edge bars each applied with a curved V-shape diamond-set motif and surmounted by an old-cut diamond in claw setting and interspersed with shorter bars topped with graduated old cut diamonds. All are set above a…
Royal & Aristocratic Tiaras A diamond and pearl tiara, Garrard & Co. Modelled on the Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara, formed as recurring intertwined knot motifs representing eternity, with a scalloped silhouette and radiating rows of freshwater pearls, set throughout with brilliant-, circular-cut, and pear-shaped diamonds, inner length approximately 355mm. Total diamond weight 15.73 carats 18 carat…
The Cartier Loop Tiara worn by Letizia, Queen of Spain. This tiara was made in 1879 for the future Queen of Spain, Maria Christina. It is made of diamonds and pearls, set in platinum.
The Leuchtenberg Sapphire Tiara worn by Queen Silvia of Sweden. Made of floral and leaf motifs, the tiara was originally made to house pearls which were then swapped out for the 11 sapphires you see now.
The Infinity Diamond D COLOUR, 157.80 CARATS One of the largest heart shape diamonds in the world by Graff
Headband Tiara 27 Ctw Rose Cut Diamond and Emerald 925 Sterling Silver by Costozon Jewelry
A diamond waveform tiara made by Cartier in 1904. Sotheby’s describes it as “a wreath of twinned sprays of leaves, set throughout with brilliant-cut diamonds, with pendant larger diamonds to suggest flowers, detachable into four brooches, accompanied by brooch fittings.”
The Spencer Tiara was made in 1937 for the Countess Spencer using a set of nineteenth-century ornaments, and it was most famously worn by Diana, Princess of Wales.
Queen Sonja of Norway wears the Norwegian Emerald Parure Tiara
One famous piece of jewelry belonging to Queen Elizabeth II is the diamond Kokoshnik Tiara, with its unique sun rays made of white and yellow gold. It was this ornament that inspired the “Russian style” trend in jewelry outside of Russia. Queen Alexandra and Mary of Teck in Russian Kokoshnik. The tiara has a fascinating…