The Delhi Durbar Tiara - by Garrards, for Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar on December 12,1911. Durbar is Hindi, for a ‘ceremonial gathering to pay homage’. The gathering was to install King George V and Queen Mary as Emperor and Empress of India. King George V admired this piece and referred to it as “May’s best tiara”. It has been worn in a variety of ways as shown here.
Tiaras at dawn: Europe's Royals gather to celebrate Queen of Denmark's 40 years on the throne (and there's a lot of bling on show)
HRM Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Oriental Circlet Tiara. This tiara was made for Queen Victoria in 1853 and was also called The Indian-Ruby-Tiara. It was one of the favourite head jewels of the late Queen Mother.
Chicago socialite Rose Movius Palmer wearing the Westminster Halo Tiara as altered, with the Arcot and George IV diamonds replaced with turquoises. (Replacing with turquoises is economical, but not very appealing.
Made completely of diamonds, Japan’s Crown Princess Scroll tiara and matching necklace were worn by Princess Masako Owada at her wedding to Crown Prince Naruhito in Naruhito’s mother, Empress Michiko, also became a wife adorned in the glittering gems.