Tiara Mania: Diamond Arch Tiara worn by Princess Lalla Hasna of Morocco; from her father, King Hassan II of Morocco on the occasion of her marriage to Dr. Khalid Benharbit in 1991

Tiara Mania: Diamond Arch Tiara worn by Princess Lalla Hasna of Morocco; from her father, King Hassan II of Morocco on the occasion of her marriage to Dr. Khalid Benharbit in 1991

Cartier diamond and pearl tiara. The tiara is composed of swirls of diamonds surrounding eight large pearls. This gem belonged to Queen Victoria Eugenia, born a princess of Battenberg. One of the many grandchildren of Queen Victoria, she married King Alfonso XIII of Spain in 1906.

Cartier diamond and pearl tiara. The tiara is composed of swirls of diamonds surrounding eight large pearls. This gem belonged to Queen Victoria Eugenia, born a princess of Battenberg. One of the many grandchildren of Queen Victoria, she married King Alfonso XIII of Spain in 1906.

Emerald and Diamond parure belonging to the Danish Monarchy. It is housed in the royal treasury at Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen.

Emerald and Diamond parure belonging to the Danish Monarchy. It is housed in the royal treasury at Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen.

Diadem of the Duchess of Angoulême. Gold, gilt silver, 40 emeralds and 1031 diamonds. Made in Paris in 1819-1820 to match an emerald necklace made by Paul-Nicolas Menière in 1814.

Diadem of the Duchess of Angoulême. Gold, gilt silver, 40 emeralds and 1031 diamonds. Made in Paris in 1819-1820 to match an emerald necklace made by Paul-Nicolas Menière in 1814.

Mellerio dits Meller tiara, 1867   Made for Queen Isabella II of Spain in the shape of a scallop shell     set with diamonds, diamond briolettes, and pearls.

Mellerio dits Meller tiara, 1867 Made for Queen Isabella II of Spain in the shape of a scallop shell set with diamonds, diamond briolettes, and pearls.

The tiara is most likely from 1825, when it was donated to Princess Louise of the Netherlands, the Queen's great-grandmother. The tiara is part of a set, considered to be among the most prestigious pices of jewelry in the Danish royal family's possession.

The tiara is most likely from 1825, when it was donated to Princess Louise of the Netherlands, the Queen's great-grandmother. The tiara is part of a set, considered to be among the most prestigious pices of jewelry in the Danish royal family's possession.

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