fripperiesandfobs:

Tiara of Archduchess Maria Anna of Austria, 1903

From Albion Art

fripperiesandfobs:

Tiara of Countess Spencer ca. 1890

From Albion Art

fripperiesandfobs:

Cartier tiara, 1930

From Albion Art

fortheloveofroyalty:

FTLOR’s 100 Favorite Royal Jewels ()

↳ 3. The Duchess of Angoulême’s Tiara

"The tiara consists of 40 emeralds set in gold weighing 7.7-carats and over 1,000 diamonds set in silver weighing 176-carats. It was a gift to Marie-Thérèse, Duchess of Angoulême, Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI’s only surviving child."

fortheloveofroyalty:

FTLOR’s 100 Favorite Royal Jewels ()

↳ 2. The Fife Tiara

"The diamonds are mounted in gold and set in silver; the pear-shaped diamonds in the middle move freely."

carolathhabsburg:

Diamond + turquoise floral tiara made with seven removable pin drags. Made by Mellerio, 1860s.

indypendentroyalty:

Portland Tiara, Cartier, 1902

omgthatdress:

Tiara

1890s

Sotheby’s

The Lady Raine Spencer tiara, owned by stepmother to the late Diana, Princess of Wales is displayed in the V&A’s ‘Pearls’ exhibition in west London on September 18, 2013. Running from September 21, 2013 to January 19, 2014, the exhibition includes items of jewellery worn by aristocracy and celebrities as well as explaining the science behind their creation.

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