The Baden Fringe Tiara of Sweden. It originally belonged to Queen Victoria of Sweden (1862-1930). It was a wedding gift from her parents, the Grand Duke and Duchess of Baden, for her 1881 marriage to Crown Prince Gustaf of Sweden. The tiara is composed of 47 diamond rays. Above: Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden, Bottom: Queen Victoria of Sweden
The Delhi Durbar Tiara was made in 1911 for Queen Mary (wife of King George V) to wear at the 1911 Delhi Durbar. In 1923 it was altered to take either or both of the two Lesser Stars of Africa. In 1946 (minus those stones), Queen Mary lent it to the then Queen Consort Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother) & it remained with her until her death in 2002, when it passed to Queen Elizabeth II. In 2005, it was lent by the Queen to Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
This is the Vasa art deco tiara, made in 1929 at the behest of the people of Stockholm and given to Princess Martha of Sweden on the occasion of her marriage to Crown Prince Olav of Norway. It has since passed to her daughter Princess Astrid.