Princess Marie Bonaparte, now Princess George of Greece. Cartier c1907. Fresh fruit on a branch of olive with a large diamond drop in the center symbolizing bountiful blessings. This tiara can be work with or without the center diamond. Pin without the center drop in Tiaras I. (Albion Art Collection)
Blue sapphire and diamond necklace (without its pendant) which once was the property of Queen Victoria. It also had a matching pendant which could be worn with it. There was, of course, the matching tiara and other pieces. All seem to have been sold by the late Earl of Harewood, who was the son of Princess Mary (George V's only daughter and great-granddaughter of Queen Victoria), who must have inherited the necklace, the matching tiara, pendant and bracelet.
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.