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Crown Princess Mary’s wedding tiara is another new tiara. It was bought for Mary at an auction prior to her wedding and made its royal debut at her wedding. The tiara is quite versatile. It can be worn as a necklace and pearls can also be added to it (first seen in May 2011).
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The Midnight Tiara is a new tiara to the Danish Royal Family. It’s also not technically owned by them, interestingly. The tiara, created by Charlotte Lyngaard of the Ole Lyngaard firm, consists of “31 beautifully shaped flower buds set with over 1300 sparkling diamonds together with specially cut moonstones”. It was created to be part of an exhibit at Amalienborg Palace in 2009. Crown Princess Mary saw it, and a deal was created. Instead of buying the tiara, Mary can borrow it whenever she wants. Basically, Mary gets a new tiara and the Ole Lyngaard firm gets publicity.
Info: A tiara that belonged to Princess Katharina Henckel Von Donnersmarck.
Stone(s): Emerald, White and Yellow Diamond
Source: Wallibs | Sotheby’s
Metal: Gold, Silver
Source: Humphrey Butler
Note: May be worn as a necklace. Sold.
Info: Created for the marriage of Count Carlo Raggio and Marchioness Tea Spinola.
Creator: Filippo Chiappe, circa 1909
The Mountbatten Tiara
Cecilie of Hesse’s star tiara
Stone(s): Diamond, Pearl
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Creator: Cartier, circa 1914
Stone(s): Diamond, Pearl, Onyx
Source: The Culture Concept
Info: A tiara made for Princess Ekatarina Pavlovna Bagration. Bought by the Duke of Westminster for his wife, Natasha.
Creator: Fossin & Fils
Stone(s): Diamond, Pink Spinel