Harewood Honeysuckle Tiara, United Kingdom (ca. 1865; diamonds). A gift from Queen Mary to her daughter Princess Mary, Princess Royal and Countess Harewood.

Honey Suckle Tiara made for the Princess Royal, daughter of Queen Mary.

Victorian Tiara of Princess Beatrice of Great Britian (daughter of Queen Victoria)

Victorian Fleur-de-Lys tiara of Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom, Princess of Battenberg

Aquamarine Pine Flower Tiara was commissioned by HM King George VI from Cartier, London, as a 15th wedding anniversary gift for his wife HM Queen Elizabeth in 1938. This tiara is composed of aquamarines and diamonds arranged in a pine cone motif (hence the ‘pine flower’ designation), interspersed with large upright rectangular aquamarines and smaller diamonds. Princess Anne has inherited the tiara currently.

Circa 1940 Aquamarine and Diamond Pine Flower Tiara (Aquamarine Pineflower Tiara), United Kingdom, made by Cartier. King George VI commissioned the tiara as a wedding anniversary gift for his wife Queen Elizabeth. Altered by Princess Anne in the

Another from the 1937 Coronation, with Queen Mary in the Regal Circlet, the tiny Princess Elizabeth in her coronet, and Princess Mary in her sapphire tiara

Another from the 1937 Coronation, with Queen Mary in the Regal Circlet, the tiny Princess Elizabeth in her coronet, and Princess Mary in her sapphire tiara

Royal Jewels of the World Message Board: Re: Countess of Harewood Wedding Gems

Royal Jewels of the World Message Board: Re: Countess of Harewood Wedding Gems

A close up of an older Princess Mary, in her scroll tiara, with he niece, Princess Margaret in 1950's

A close up of an older Princess Mary, in her scroll tiara, with he niece, Princess Margaret in

Items of jewellery belonging to the Princess Royal, Mary Victoria Alexandra Alice, Countess of Harewood, on loan to a jewellery exhibition held at the Dorchester Hotel, London, as part of the Jewel Ball. The diamond necklace was a gift from the City of London and the other three pieces were handed down from Queen Victoria.

Items of jewellery belonging to the Princess Royal, Mary Victoria Alexandra…

13th April 1922: Victoria Constance Mary Somerset, Duchess of Beaufort (née Princess Mary of Teck and later The Lady Victoria Constance Mary Cambridge) (1897 – 1987) was the daughter of the 1st Marquess of Cambridge and Lady Margaret Evelyn Grosvenor and niece of Queen Mary. She married the Marquess of Worcester, later the 10th Duke of Beaufort, in 1923, and became Marchioness of Worcester and later The Duchess of Beaufort when Lord Worcester's father died in 1924.

The Duchess of Beaufort, Mary Somerset, wearing a diamond laurel leaf bandeau

The Teck Crescent Tiara https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152738313163776&set=oa.283553501812446&type=3&theater https://www.facebook.com/groups/260713314096465/

The Teck Crescent Tiara This diamond diadem, featuring three wild roses separated by 20 crescent shapes, was assembled by Mary Adelaide from various jewels she inherited from her aunt, Princess Mary, Duchess of Gloucester.

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