Diamonds and jewels are a royal’s loyal accomplice, stunning one and all in their display. In a fitting tribute to the Diamond Jubilee of Her Highness, Queen Elizabeth II, a dazzling collection to celebrate her 60 years on the throne is all set to go on display at Buckingham Palace.
~ THE SPENCER TIARA ~ Owned by the Spencer family, Worn by Lady Diana Spencer at her marriage to Charles, Prince of Wales in 1981. The tiara includes diamonds in silver settings mounted in gold in various floral shapes: stylized tulips, star-shaped flowers, and scrolling foliage. It was worn by both of Lady Diana Spencer’s older sisters, Jane and Sarah, at their weddings. It went back to the Spencer family upon Diana's death.
British Royal Jewels: The Teck Crescent Tiara, c.1866. This diamond diadem, featuring three wild roses separated by 20 crescent shapes, was assembled by Mary Adelaide from various jewels she inherited from her aunt, Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester.
Queen Mary’s Honeysuckle Diamond Tiara Queen Mary’s diamond tiara is decorated with a graduated frieze of styled honeysuckle. The central ornament is made to be detachable. It was made before or during Febuary 1914. HRH Princess Alice – Duchess of Gloucester was given the tiara by
UK | The Spencer Tiara | Worn as her "something borrowed" by Lady Diana Spencer on the day of her wedding to Prince Charles in 1981, the tiara is made of gold and entirely covered in diamonds. Thought to be a Spencer family heirloom, the tiara has gone through many changes since its first recorded appearance in 1875, when a single element of the tiara was left to Lady Sarah Spencer. Since then, the tiara has been remounted and four other elements added to it, creating the Spencer Tiara…