The Most Valuable Tiaras In The World
Who Says You Cannot Wear A Tiara In The Bathtub? - Here shown Princess Margaret of England For many centuries, tiaras have been linked to a royal lineage.
Tiara made for Queen Charlotte, the second wife of the last Württemberg king, Wilhelm II (r. 1891-1918) by the Stuttgart court jeweler Eduard Foehr (1835-1904) in 1896 in the rococo style. Can be dismantled, and the sections worn as brooches or hair ornaments.On display in the Permanent Collection "LegendäreMeisterWerke" in the Old Palace.
Tiara created by Cartier Paris in 1914. Inspired by the shape of the Russian kokoshnik tiaras, this platinum piece is set with old-cut round diamonds, 15 natural pearls, calibrated and fancy-shaped onyx and black enamel
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Joyaux de madame la princesse Lobanoff de Rostoff, née princesse Dolgorouky
Princess Vera Nikolaievna Lobanov Rostovsky (or Lobanoff de Rostoff 1836-1914), née Dolgoruky, Russian aristocrat. In 1858 - supposed...
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another huge diamond tiara by Cartier, 1902, probably commissioned by the Grand Duchess Vladimir for her only daughter, Elena. A real 'Family Fender' as the late Debo, Dowager Duchess of Devonshire would say
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From Prussia to Greece to Spain. The Prussian or Hellenic Tiara was made by Koch of platinum and diamonds for Princess Viktoria Luise of Prussia as a gift from her father Kaiser William II. The princess married Ernest of Hanover, and their daughter Frederika married King Paul of Greece and brought the tiara with her. She in turn gave it to her daughter, Sophia, the Queen of Spain, who has frequently lent it to the Princess of Asturias.