DIAMOND GARLAND TIARA MADE BY CARTIER In 1927 Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain ordered a tiara with arching laurel wreaths interwined around two horizontal garlands of leaves, a thematic invention which, considering the predominant styly of art deco at
Sapphire and Diamond tiara originally belonged to Queen Hortense of Denmark, the daughter of Empress Josephine by her first marriage. Later belonged to Queen Marie-Amelie. Part of the French Crown Jewels.
Adaptable tiara made in 1912 by Boucheron for Barbara Kelch - it can be entirely diamonds - with or without upright tear-drop shaped diamond finials, drops that may be cabochon emeralds or pearls (the photo is indistinct) or (as here) hanging opal drops
Empress Eugenie's Grand Pearl and Diamond Diadem of the French Napoleonic Crown Jewels. Eugénie's tiara was created by the Crown Jeweller, Lemonnier, using the Napoleonic pearls. The Louvre. This crown can be seen in the Empress's official portrait,