Princess Tatiana Radziwiłł’s Tiara

Happy Birthday to Princess Tatiana Radziwiłł, who turns 80 today! The daughter of a Polish Prince and a Greek Princess, Princess Tatiana has attended a plethora of royal events, often wearing this diamond tiara.

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Featuring diamond honeysuckles over a diamond greek key base, the Tiara originated from her mother, Princess Eugenie of Greece, who probably got it as a wedding gift from her mother, the wealthy Princess Marie Bonaparte, and often wore it with the Castel Duino Sapphire Parure.

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Princess Tatiana Radziwiłł wore her mother’s tiara for a plethora of Greek Royal events, including the Greek Monarchy Centenary, and also notably wore the Tiara to her wedding in 1966. Since the fall of the Greek Monarchy, the Tiara has not been publicly worn, and probably still belongs to Princess Tatiana, though it was not worn by her only daughter at her wedding.


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