This tiara was one of the future Queen Mary’s wedding presents in 1893 given by the girls of Great Britain and Ireland. The tiara, from Garrard, is a diamond design of festoons and scrolls set on a bandeau base of round and lozenge-shaped diamonds. It was originally topped with nine large pearl finials, and it could also originally be worn as a necklace. In 1914, the pearl finials were replaced with simpler diamond collets; the base of the tiara was removed to make a separate bandeau.
Seed pearl and diamond bandeau tiara, made in 1915. It is set at the center with a pear-shaped diamond, and is further accented with circular- and single-cut diamonds. The diamonds are arranged in a simple, geometric pattern; bordered by seed pearls on both the top and bottom. - Sotheby's
Köchert tiara made in 1903 for the Archduchess Maria Josepha of fifteen square step-cut emeralds (top) which could be replaced with diamonds (below). The tiara's base could be worn separately as a bandeau.
Cartier Antique Diamond Bandeau, Cartier Paris, 1919 Platinum, diamonds. "Tiara articulated set with round diamonds old cut, wavy motif of stylized branches and leaves, the central motif goes topped with a pear shaped diamond on two round diamonds pave closed" Bad translation from Foros Realeza.