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Stunning vintage wedding dresses to go on display at the V&A

An antique lace tiara by Philip Treacy for Nina Farnell-Watson's 2008 wedding to Edward Tryon. #snow queen

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A diamond and button pearl tiara, Designed with multiple fleur de lys diamond pinnacles, with smaller foliate spacers, all topped with pearls, rising from a double row of diamonds and a lower platinum base.~ETS

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Hoxton London Men’s Sterling Silver Striped Round Pendant Adjustable Necklace 45-51 cm (17.5-21 Inches)

May Blossom Double Headdress by Hermione Harbutt. Delicate, pretty and simple with a light floral design. A beautiful wedding headband.

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The Pink Star diamond: The flawless 59.60-carat pink diamond is the largest in its class ever graded by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), with the second biggest less than half its size.

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Kate makes rare outing in tiara at white tie Diplomatic Reception

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge beamed as they posed for a portrait ahead of the evening reception

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Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century exhibition dazzles the city of Denver

CARTIER.Luxury Royal Necklace in Platinum & Emeralds. Luxury #Emeralds #diamonds La Dolce Vita | Classy & Fabulous.

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Queen of diamonds: Together for the first time, the royal gems all cut from one legendary stone

Fit for a queen: This small Diamond Crown, as worn by Queen Victoria for her official Diamond Jubilee portrait in 1870.

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The Queen of Diamonds: On show at the Palace, a dazzling collection of jubilee jewels

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II wearing the Girls Of Great Britain Tiara and Coronation Set at a state banquet at Buckingham Palace, 2011

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Boucheron 'Wave Tiara', circa 1910-1920, the design is based on the famous Japanese artwork by Hokusai.

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'The Queen always needs to look like the Queen'

For the majority of her reign the keys to her wardrobe were jealously guarded by her dresser – and all-round gatekeeper - Margaret ‘Bobo’ MacDonald who worked for the Queen (pictured at the state banquet in Menelik Palace, Addis Ababa, during her visit to Ethiopia in February 1965) for an astonishing 67 years

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