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Victoria and Albert's next daughter, Princess Helena, seen here in her glad rags for the Devonshire House Ball of 1897. She's wearing a diamond tiara with a large, dark central gem stone, it could be the 'real thing' or possibly something made especially for the Ball

Iranian tiara ( from the Tehran Jewel Museum). This tiara is made of platinum and diamonds, circa 1938.


The Manchester Tiara was made by Cartier, Paris, in 1903 to the order of Consuelo, Dowager Duchess of Manchester. Cartier’s records note that she supplied over a thousand brilliant-cut diamonds and more than 400 rose-cut diamonds, while Cartier supplied further rose-cut diamonds and the paste stones which make up the scrolls at the end of each side. Photo taken by Kalin Kalpachev.

c. 1870 Queen Margherita di Savoia Court Costume


Iranian tiara, Made of gold, enamel and diamonds in a flower and bird motif. This piece is from the Fathali Shah period (1798-1834). Tehran Jewel Museum

Arvfurstekronan, the 17th-century Crown of the Hereditary Princes of Sweden:


Blanca Martinez de Irujo, niece of the Duchess of Alba, wearing her family's Antique Tiara, Spain (turquoises, diamonds).

Tiara Mania: Pearl & Diamond Tiara worn by Infanta Eulalia of Spain