Princess Margaretha, the King’s sister, surprised tiara watchers when she wore the aquamarine kokoshnik tiara to Crown Princess Victoria’s wedding in 2010. This tiara, with matching brooch, was brought to Sweden by Princess Margaret of Connaught, Crown Princess of Sweden, and comprises large aquamarines in a diamond setting.
Queen Mary wearing the durbar tiara.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden at her marriage to Daniel Westling in 2010. As lovely as Catherine's wedding dress was, I still like this one better.
Queen Maxima in Queen Emma's Diamond Tiara (Dutch)
The Duchess of Kent has worn the 1908 Fouquet aquamarine, diamond, and pearl tiara, but it is not certain if the piece is owned by the Kent family.
Royaler Schmuck und die spannenden Geschichten dahinter
Royaler jewelry: Crown Princess Victoria wearing a delicate tiara that her deceased great-aunt Princess Lilian belonged and therefore is also known under the name "Princess Lilian laurel wreath" tiara. It is made of diamond, silver and gold. Even Victoria's necklace comes from old family owned and was one of the favorite pieces of her great-aunt. How many pieces that are worn on the Swedish Court, comes the tiara from the estate of Margaret of Connaught. She married early 20th century…
Queen Louise's Diamond Tiara (borrowed from the Swedish Tiara Collection); Worn At: 2014 Nobel Prize King's Banquet
Duchess of Braganza, née Dona Isabel wearing a diamond choker as a tiara.
Viscountess Linley (1993) Married David Armstrong-Jones son of Princess Margaret of the UK
The Vasa Diamond Tiara, Princess Märtha of Sweden (below) was offered by the City of Stockholm on the occasion of her marriage to Olav, Crown Prince of Norway in 1929. Now owned by Princess Astrid of Norway (center). designed by Mr. Sven Carlman and made by O. F. Carlman, in the Art Deco style, set with 986 diamonds weighing 49.5 karats, in platinum. The Diadem pattern represents the crest, was inspired by the sheaf of wheat of the Vasa family that ruled Sweden from 1523 to 1654.