THE OCEANS TIARA~ Created in 2011 by Van Cleef & Arpels for Princess Charlene of Monaco, gift from Prince Albert II of Monaco on the occasion of their 2011 wedding. Represents ocean waves, can be converted into a necklace. More than 850 diamonds and 359 sapphires in three shades, totaling over 1,200 stones and 70 carats.
Gold, diamond, ruby & emerald miniature bracelet, the flexible band with centerpiece enclosing a portrait of Queen Victoria (1819-1901) wearing tiara on her head, earrings & pearls, flowers in her hair, facing three quarters front, within a diamond frame interspersed with four emeralds & four rubies. The back is inscribed MEINE THEUREN NICHTE STEFANIE VON VICTORIA RAM (9TEN MAI 1858) (MY DEAR NIECE STEPHANIE FROM VICTORIA R. (9 MAY 1858)). English.
Grand Duchess Vladimir's Crown Tiara Bridal - This of course only resembles the tiara for which it is named - it has no royal connections, and should not be mistaken for one that does. (I've seen this one pinned up to boards displaying the "real deal" where of course it isn't.)
Japan's Princess Kako attended an event at the Imperial Palace in December 2014 to celebrate her 20th birthday and her debut as an adult member of the imperial family. Kako prayed at the Three Palace Sanctuaries in the palace grounds, after which Emperor Akihito bestowed her with a decoration known as the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Precious Crown. Her tiara, necklace earrings, bracelet, and brooch, made by Mikimoto, are the new diamond parure given to the Princess on her 20th birthday.