The Harcourt Tiara; c. 1900-1913, created by Boucheron. Given to the Viscountess Harcourt by her uncle, the American banker, Pierpont Morgan. The Viscountess Harcourt passed the tiara on to her daughter Lady Ashburton.
Fabergé Diamond and Blue Enamel Ribbon Tiara c1911. Diamond, platinum and gold tiara with the central floral motif within curvilinear frame flanked on each side by acanthus leaf scrolls, supported by a bandeau enamelled ‘en guilloche’ in an opalescent shade of pale blue.
The Ocean Tiara: Created in 2011 by Van Cleef & Arpels. It was made to represent ocean waves and can be converted into a necklace. Materials: more than 850 diamonds and 359 sapphires in three shades, totaling over 1,200 stones and 70 carats. Provenance: Princess Charlene of Monaco, from Prince Albert II of Monaco on the occasion of their 2011 wedding. Van Cleef & Arpels created unique jewelry for Princess Charlene of Monaco, a gift from her husband, Prince Albert II.
c.1907. The Cartier diamond and platinum laurel leaf tiara that belonged to Princess Marie Bonaparte, who became Princess George of Greece. This tiara can be worn with or without the centre diamond drop.