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an Edwardian diamond tiara that belonged to the Spencer family. It was given to Lady Delia Spencer, great aunt to Princess Diana, by her father the 6th Earl Spencer, on her wedding day on February 18, 1914. Set with more than 800 old cut diamonds, estimated to weigh a total of 48 carats, the tiara can be transformed into a choker necklace and bracelet. Jewelry News Network: TEFAF Maastricht's High Jewelry Preview

an Edwardian diamond tiara that belonged to the Spencer family. It was given to Lady Delia Spencer, great aunt to Princess Diana, by her father the 6th Earl Spencer, on her wedding day on February 18, 1914. Set with more than 800 old cut diamonds, estimated to weigh a total of 48 carats, the tiara can be transformed into a choker necklace and bracelet. Jewelry News Network: TEFAF Maastricht's High Jewelry Preview

Gorgeous Queen Elizabeth in early 1960's. She's wearing Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik tiara, the Greville diamond earrings, King George VI diamond necklace, her wedding bracelet, and various orders.

Gorgeous Queen Elizabeth in early 1960's. She's wearing Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik tiara, the Greville diamond earrings, King George VI diamond necklace, her wedding bracelet, and various orders.

In 1925, Buckingham Palace released an official statement declaring Queen Mary to be a crossword enthusiast.

In 1925, Buckingham Palace released an official statement declaring Queen Mary to be a crossword enthusiast.

Elizabeth Taylor's Cartier ruby and diamond suite, given to her by third husband Mike Todd

Elizabeth Taylor's Cartier ruby and diamond suite, given to her by third husband Mike Todd

Aquamarine Parure of Grand Duchess Elizaveta Feodorovna (Ella), the senior sister of Empress Alexandra. The Tiara, Necklace, and Bracelet were made by Faberge.

Aquamarine Parure of Grand Duchess Elizaveta Feodorovna (Ella), the senior sister of Empress Alexandra. The Tiara, Necklace, and Bracelet were made by Faberge.

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