Happy Birthday to Princess Sarvath of Jordan, who turns 75 today! The daughter of illustrious Diplomats who was the Jordanian Crown Princess for over 30 years, Princess Sarvath is close to many European Royal Families, and having attended many royal events, she possesses a lovely jewellery collection, which we are featuring today!
Princess Sarvath’s main Tiara is a circlet-like piece which features repeating upright diamond elements, and was likely acquired by Prince Hassan sometime before the 1990s, being notably worn when the then Crown Prince and Crown Princess attended the Enthronement of Emperor Akihito of Japan in 1990.
In 2005, the Diamond Tiara was worn by Princess Badiya, the third daughter of Prince Hassan and Princess Sarvath, for her wedding to Khaled Edward Blair.
Princess Sarvath has continued to wear the Diamond Tiara for royal events, with notable appearences at the Wedding of Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden in 2010 and also at the Wedding Gala of Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Countess Stephanie de Lannoy in 2012.
Diamond Floral Tiara
Princess Sarvath also owns a Diamond Floral Tiara, which was notably worn for King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden’s 60th Birthday Banquet in 2006 and also at Queen Beatrix’s Abdication Dinner in 2013, when the Prince and Princess represented the Jordanian Royal Family.
In 2011, Princess Sarvath loaned the Diamond Floral Tiara to Zeina Shaban for her wedding to Prince Rashid bin Hassan, the only son of Prince Hassan and Princess Sarvath, which was attended by Three Kings and Five Queens.
Diamond Necklace Tiara
Princess Sarvath also owns a Diamond Necklace Tiara which was worn by her daughter, Princess Sumaya, for the Wedding of Princess Märtha Louise of Norway in 2002, by he daughter, Princess Rahmah, for the Jordanian State Visit to The Netherlands in 2006, as a necklace by her daughter, Princess Badiya, for King Willem-Alexander’s 40th Birthday Dinner in 2007, and by her daughter-in-law, Princess Zeina, for the Wedding Gala of Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume and Countess Stephanie de Lannoy in 2012.