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Modern, one of a kind opal, emerald, and diamond tiara set in gold. Designed by Irene Neuwirth for Joanna Newsom's wedding to comedian Andy Samberg in Photo as featured in Town & Country Weddings Magazine

Diamond And Sapphire Tiara From The Russian Crown Jewels. The tiara is better know as Empress Maria Fedorovna Sapphire Kokoshnik Tiara.

Tiaras purported to have belonged to Sophia Petrovna Durnovo. the tiara on top is of turquoise and diamonds, Russian type, reminiscent of the kokoshnik form. The second tiara of diamonds with very large charming opals, is typical of the times, "Restoration", and the third consisting of diamond flowers and leaves.

Queen Victoria's Crown Ruby Brooch. purchased along w/ necklace & earrings, from Garrard in 1854 by QV. Originally consisted of Opals & Diamonds & it's said around 1902 Queen Alexandra, Queen Consort altered pieces by replacing Opals w/ rubies THOUGH, per Suzy Menkes, of: The Royal Jewels, brooch not altered until 1926. Worn by Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother with rest of parure & Orietal Circlet Tiara. Not seen since death in 2002. Worn firstly by QEII on 6/16/2015 to 2015 Royal Ascot Day 1

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Queen Victoria's Crown Ruby Brooch. purchased along w/ necklace and earrings, from Garrard in 1854 by QV. Originally consisted of Opals and Diamonds. It's said that around 1902 Queen Alexandra, Queen Consort altered pieces by replacing Opals w/rubies, per Suzy Menkes, of The Royal Jewels, brooch not altered until 1926. Worn by Queen Elizabeth, Queen Mother with rest of parure and Oriental Circlet Tiara. Not seen since death in 2002 but worn by QEII on 6/16/2015 to Royal Ascot, Day 1.

ART NOUVEAU DIADEM Mucha style Byzantine Princess Gold Opal Diamond H: 4.2 cm (1.65 in) W: 10.6 cm (4.17 in) Marks: Crab mark French, c.1900 Fitted Case The diadem can also be worn as a pendant by unscrewing the reverse, The diadem is unmarked, but undoubtedly French and possibly by Georges Fouquet or Maison Vever.