The Archduchess Maria Anna’s Tiara. It was made in Vienna by Moritz Hübner in 1903

The Emerald Royal Empress Rhinestone Beauty Pageant Crown Tiara

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

Princess Sayako of Japan diamond Tiara.

Lot | Sotheby's DIAMOND TIARA, 1950s Designed as a graduated series of radiating fans, each centring on a flower head and foliate motif respectively, set with circular-, single- and rose-cut diamonds, inner circumference approximately 310mm, detachable, fitted tiara case. Sold for £30,000

The Bourbon Parme Tiara: Created in 1919 by Joseph Chaumet of diamonds set in platinum.

Tiara of Archduchess Margarethe Klementine Maria of Austria.

Giuliano Solar Disc Tiara. England c1895. Gold and silver Egyptian revival tiara. The disc of the sun set with a star ruby carried by a pair of wings pavé set with diamonds, tips of feathers filled with translucent green enamel, supported by a pair of cobras, coils set with diamonds, eyes with cabochon rubies. Signed.

Neoclassical parure of gold and malachite which has belonged to Queen Sophia of Sweden and of Norway. Created by the jeweller Simon Petiteau (1782-ca. 1860) in Paris, probably in the 1820s or 1830s.

Hanover Tiara, 1830. Prince John George of Saxony (1869-1938), and worn by his first wife, Princess Isabel of Wurtemberg (1871-1904) and by the second, Princess Maria Immaculata of Bourbon-Sicily. Royal House of Hanover. Diamonds. Pearls. Tiara. Bling.

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