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Bling fling: Royal crowns and tiaras

House of Savoy's Tiara. This tiara was a gift from Elizabeth of Saxony to his daughter Margherita for her marriage with Prince Umberto of Savoia. The diadem was originally in ears of wheat and the Duchess of Genoa had inherited it from his aunt  Elizabeth of Wittelsbach Queen of Prussia. Elizabeth had then remount it by Musy, jewelers in the House of Savoy, in this shape with a pink diamond in the center. The tiara could be disassembled into five brooches

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House of Savoy's Tiara. This tiara was a gift from Elizabeth of Saxony to his daughter Margherita for her marriage with Prince Umberto of Savoia. The diadem was originally in ears of wheat and the Duchess of Genoa had inherited it from his aunt Elizabeth of Wittelsbach Queen of Prussia. Elizabeth had then remount it by Musy, jewelers in the House of Savoy, in this shape with a pink diamond in the center. The tiara could be disassembled into five brooches

Antique Tiara of Marianne Bernadotte, Countess of Wisborg, Sweden (possibly 1924; pearls, diamonds).

Antique Tiara of Marianne Bernadotte, Countess of Wisborg, Sweden (possibly 1924; pearls, diamonds).

Preowned Important Edwardian Diamond Tiara Necklace (€49.210) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring jewelry, crowns, tiara, accessories, hair accessories, fillers, circular, circle, multiple and round

Preowned Important Edwardian Diamond Tiara Necklace (€49.210) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring jewelry, crowns, tiara, accessories, hair accessories, fillers, circular, circle, multiple and round

Маски, короны. головные уборы | 465 фотографий

Маски, короны. головные уборы | 465 фотографий

Made by famed royal jeweler Boucheron, it was owned by the Yugoslavian royal family. Called the Daisy and Leaves tiara, it was made in approximately 1907, and was given to Prince Paul of Yugoslavia by his aunt. Paul gave it to his wife, Olga of Greece and Denmark. After Olga's death, her daughter in law, Princess Barbara has been seen in this stunner many times. Sadly Barbara had to sell it, but it was purchased by the Albion Art Collection of Tokyo, and is traveling in various art…

Made by famed royal jeweler Boucheron, it was owned by the Yugoslavian royal family. Called the Daisy and Leaves tiara, it was made in approximately 1907, and was given to Prince Paul of Yugoslavia by his aunt. Paul gave it to his wife, Olga of Greece and Denmark. After Olga's death, her daughter in law, Princess Barbara has been seen in this stunner many times. Sadly Barbara had to sell it, but it was purchased by the Albion Art Collection of Tokyo, and is traveling in various art…

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