royaltywithella:

Today’s Tiara: The Manchester Tiara from the United Kingdom
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royaltywithella:

Today’s Tiara: The Manchester Tiara from the United Kingdom

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1 year ago
royalrumormonger:

elegantempress:

royaltyspeaking:

The Teck Crescent Tiara (Great Britain)

One of my favorites!

Isn’t that the Teck Cirle Tiara is being worn as a necklace, too? 

royalrumormonger:

elegantempress:

royaltyspeaking:

The Teck Crescent Tiara (Great Britain)

One of my favorites!

Isn’t that the Teck Cirle Tiara is being worn as a necklace, too? 


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1 year ago
ohsoromanov:

The sapphire and diamond tiara of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, by the Russian jeweler Bolin.

ohsoromanov:

The sapphire and diamond tiara of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, by the Russian jeweler Bolin.

http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/4606/wise-cat.30/0_ce111_326834bf_L


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1 year ago
ohsoromanov:

 Four unique photos of undocumented Russian Crown Jewels were discovered in the Geological Survey Library in America, and among them was the photo of this gorgeous tiara.

ohsoromanov:

Four unique photos of undocumented Russian Crown Jewels were discovered in the Geological Survey Library in America, and among them was the photo of this gorgeous tiara.


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1 year ago
numanbaba:

Empress Josephine’s Imperial Ruby-Diamond Tiara by Joseph Chaumet

numanbaba:

Empress Josephine’s Imperial Ruby-Diamond Tiara by Joseph Chaumet


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1 year ago

themauveroom:

The Hessian Grand Ducal Tiara: worn by Alexandra Feodorovna’s mother Grand Duchess Alice, and her sister-in-laws Grand Duchess Victoria Melita (Ducky) and Grand Duchess Eleanor (Ernie’s second wife). 


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1 year ago
historicbling:

Known as the Mystery Amethyst Tiara of Queen Alexandra because its providence is unclear this tiara features 5 hexagonally cut amethysts, 13 old European cut diamonds totalling approximately 8.5 carats, 69 old European cut diamonds totalling 10 carats, a variety of smaller old-mine and rose cut diamonds totalling roughly 5 carats and it is mounted in silver and gold and numerous smaller old-mine and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.00 carats. 

historicbling:

Known as the Mystery Amethyst Tiara of Queen Alexandra because its providence is unclear this tiara features 5 hexagonally cut amethysts, 13 old European cut diamonds totalling approximately 8.5 carats, 69 old European cut diamonds totalling 10 carats, a variety of smaller old-mine and rose cut diamonds totalling roughly 5 carats and it is mounted in silver and gold and numerous smaller old-mine and rose-cut diamonds weighing approximately 5.00 carats. 


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1 year ago

Royal Jewelry of the Week - The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara
It was originally made, as the name indicates, for Maria Pavlovna (“the elder”), wife of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovitch and aunt of Tsar Nicholas II. Grand Duchess Vladimir was fond of everything extravagant (and especially extravaganza that would outshine her sister in law, Maria Feodorovna, and her nephew’s wife, Alexandra Feodorovna), and this tiara is a brilliant example of just that. The tiara consisting of 15 intertwined diamond circles with diamonds on top and pendant pearls was made in 1874, by the Russian court jeweler, Bolin. After being smuggled out of St. Petersburg, where she had hid it, in 1918, she died leaving the magnificent piece to her only daughter, Elena, Princess Nicholas of Greece. Elena, though, had to sell it to support her rather poor family, and the 1921 buyer was Great Britain’s very own Queen Mary. After having repaired the tiara which had suffered a hard journey, Mary got the idea of replacing the pearls with some of her Cambridge emeralds. Mary herself, left the tiara to her granddaughter, Queen Elizabeth II at her death in 1953, and it is one of her most favourite pieces (she has even worn it without pendants). Above with emeralds.

Royal Jewelry of the Week - The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara

It was originally made, as the name indicates, for Maria Pavlovna (“the elder”), wife of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovitch and aunt of Tsar Nicholas II. Grand Duchess Vladimir was fond of everything extravagant (and especially extravaganza that would outshine her sister in law, Maria Feodorovna, and her nephew’s wife, Alexandra Feodorovna), and this tiara is a brilliant example of just that. The tiara consisting of 15 intertwined diamond circles with diamonds on top and pendant pearls was made in 1874, by the Russian court jeweler, Bolin. After being smuggled out of St. Petersburg, where she had hid it, in 1918, she died leaving the magnificent piece to her only daughter, Elena, Princess Nicholas of Greece. Elena, though, had to sell it to support her rather poor family, and the 1921 buyer was Great Britain’s very own Queen Mary. After having repaired the tiara which had suffered a hard journey, Mary got the idea of replacing the pearls with some of her Cambridge emeralds. Mary herself, left the tiara to her granddaughter, Queen Elizabeth II at her death in 1953, and it is one of her most favourite pieces (she has even worn it without pendants). Above with emeralds.


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1 year ago
omgthatdress:

Tiara
1790
Christie’s

omgthatdress:

Tiara

1790

Christie’s


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1 year ago
omgthatdress:

Tiara
1910s
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omgthatdress:

Tiara

1910s

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1 year ago

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