Given as a wedding gift to a Greek Princess who married a British Prince, this Fringe Tiara was loaned to her only daughter, and can now be seen on her colourful Austrian daughter-in-law.
Happy 91st Birthday to Queen Elizabeth II. The oldest and longest-serving British Monarch, the Queen has glittered at countless gala events throughout the past 70 years. Take a look at all the Tiaras worn by the Queen-
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Given to a German Princess when she married the Crown Prince of Greece, this impressive diamond tiara was worn by her daughter, Queen Helen of Romania, her niece/daughter-in-law, Queen frederica of Greece, Queen Ingrid of Denmark, and was last seen on the current Crown Princess of Greece, after remaining hidden for decades. Continue reading
Happy Easter to all of our readers and followers who celebrate the holiday! In honour of the occasion, we are taking a look at the stunning Imperial Fabergé Eggs, given by the Tsars of Russia to their Tsarinas on Easter between 1885 and 1917. Made under the supervision of celebrated Russian jeweller, Peter Carl Fabergé, these jeweled eggs are one of the finest examples of Imperial wealth and design, famous for their surprises. Of the 50 Imperial Eggs that were created, 43 are still extant. Take a look below at some of them-
Given as a wedding present from Queen Victoria to her eldest daughter, who eventually became Empress of Germany, in 1858, this glittering tiara was later given to her third daughter, eventually Queen of Greece, who left it to her second daughter, the Duchess of Aosta, and was sold after her death. It was also loaned to Queen Anne of Romania. Continue reading
With King Felipe and Queen Letizia off on a State Visit to Japan tomorrow and a State Visit to the UK scheduled for June, we thought it might be a good idea to take an in depth look at all the glittering Spanish Royal Tiaras that have graced Queen Letizia’s regal head (and one that hasn’t.) Continue reading
Made for a British-German Princess who became a Romanov Grand Duchess, sold to a Greek Queen of Romania, worn by her daughter-in-law, and currently worn by the Custodian of the Romanian Crown, the Romanian Greek Key Tiara has been worn by a series of powerful women who never let their dire circumstances hinder their ability to fulfil their duty. Continue reading