07 July 2012

Unusual Tiaras

An interesting diamond wave tiara.

A tiara made out of gold, which has been either painted or oxidized to look like black lace. I love this tiara design so much, it is definitely in my list of top ten favorite tiaras.

A gold and coral archaeological-revival style tiara.

A diamond and cabochon emerald tiara

A very unusual diamond floral headband by Cartier, 1930.

Diamond starburst tiara.

Enamel and pearl Scottish-made hair comb.

Gold, diamond and pearl "skeleton leaves" tiara. Very modern and chic.

A modern pink diamond and white diamond tiara by Garrard.

A tiara from 1900 by Rene Lalique, the master of art nouveau jewellery. It is the form of enameled dragonflies, all flying towards a large aquamarine stone.

A Russian kokoshnik style tiara of diamonds and rock crystal,  where the rock crystal has been engraved with a Celtic pattern.

A tiara made completely out of tiny seed pearls.

A tiara made by David Linley Furniture, and worn by Viscount Linley's wife, Serena, Viscountess Linley.

An incredibly interesting diamond, tsavorite garnet, and tanzanite tiara, in the form of snakes.

The cut steel tiara of the Swedish Monarchy. This feather and leaf tiara is often worn by the Crown Princess Victoria, but was worn previously by her mother, Queen Silvia.