Queen Marie Amelie Sapphire, Diamond and Pearl Tiara
The sapphire, diamond and pearl parure designed for Marie-Amélie, Queen of the French, consort of King Louis-Philippe.
1830 Marie Amelie, Queen of the French.
London 1963.Queen Federica wearing the great tiara inherited from her mother-in-law Queen Sophie and a huge 438 carat sapphire suspended from a diamond and pearl necklace.
Sweden's Leuchenberg Sapphire & Diamond Tiara
Diamond and emerald kokoshnik tiara bought by King Alexander I of Yugoslavia for his wife, Queen Marija (Marie). Made by the jeweler Bolin.
Marie-Therese, Duchesse d'Angouleme Emerald and Diamond Tiara
Cartier's Royal Pearl tiara/necklace/pendant boasts an illustrious provenance, the pearl having been the property of Queen Mary, wife of King George V. Cartier has incorporated the pearl as the centerpiece of a grand diamond necklace that can be also be worn as a tiara, or the pearl can be worn as a pendant. It's completed with a pair of earrings.
1. The George IV State Diadem, from Britain 2. The Rosebery Tiara, formerly in the collection of the Westminsters but recently sold 3. Queen Margherita's Musy Tiara, from Italy 4. The Mountbatten Star Tiara, from the Mountbatten family 5. The Pearl Button Tiara, from the Netherlands 6. Princess Birgitta of Sweden's Pearl and Diamond Tiara, now worn by her daughter 7. The Antique Corsage Tiara, from Greece 8. The Ogilvy Tiara, from Britain 9. The