Princess Bertha of Hesse Philippstahl Barchfeld had several other tiaras, possibly as gifts when she married Prince Leopold. This one is designed as a series of nine diamond and pearl foliate motifs linked by scrolls, rising from a daimond band.
THE JEWELS OF THE ROMANOVS~ The history of this crown is closely tied with the Romanovs dynasty and Russian poet Alexander Pushkin. Grand Duke Mikhail Romanov presented this crown to his bride Sophie Meklenberg, granddaughter of Alexander Pushkin.
And speaking of Chaumet, interrupting the flow of pearl tiaras to bring in a gorgeous Chaumet diamond and emerald belle epoque tiara, 1905. Designed as approx six panels with arthemion mofits, interspersed with spaces for upright, pear-shaped emeralds surrounded by diamonds.
The Fleur-De-Lys Tiara is said to be the most cherished tiara of The Royal Family of Spain and only passes on from Queen to Queen. Description from theroyalforums.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images