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The Girls Of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara, worn by the Queen on our coins and banknotes

The Girls Of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara, worn by the Queen on our coins and banknotes

Tiaras worn by The Queen in the past few decades

Tiaras worn by The Queen in the past few decades

Queen Elizabeth's Private Jewels | shineyourlight: 세기의 결혼식- 영국 왕실의 결혼식 ...

Queen Elizabeth's Private Jewels | shineyourlight: 세기의 결혼식- 영국 왕실의 결혼식 ...

From the Royal Collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

From the Royal Collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

This IS the real thing:  the Greville, or Boucheron honeycomb tiara, once the property of the Queen Mother and now worn by the Duchess of Cornwall.

This IS the real thing: the Greville, or Boucheron honeycomb tiara, once the property of the Queen Mother and now worn by the Duchess of Cornwall.

Tiaras on display, made by Chaumet. More than 2,000 tiaras have been made by Chaumet since 1780. Chaumet tiaras.

Tiaras on display, made by Chaumet. More than 2,000 tiaras have been made by Chaumet since 1780. Chaumet tiaras.

A petite diamond and natural pearl tiara, 1900. Featuring seven oval pearls in diamond clusters, on diamond foliate pinnacles, with smaller diamond spacers,  rising from two diamond bands and a brown velvet cushioning band.

A petite diamond and natural pearl tiara, 1900. Featuring seven oval pearls in diamond clusters, on diamond foliate pinnacles, with smaller diamond spacers, rising from two diamond bands and a brown velvet cushioning band.

a diamond tiara with five ivy leaves, five leaf fronds and four unidentified flower-heads, all rising on their own pinnacles from a simple base

a diamond tiara with five ivy leaves, five leaf fronds and four unidentified flower-heads, all rising on their own pinnacles from a simple base

a 1912 diamond floral tiara by Philips. Featuring six diamond garlands hung from fan motifs with additional diamond floral motifs between

a 1912 diamond floral tiara by Philips. Featuring six diamond garlands hung from fan motifs with additional diamond floral motifs between

Set with spectacular Siberian amethysts, the Londonderry Tiara was given by Tsar Alexander I to Lady Londonderry in 1821.  A later Lady Londonderry famously dropped this tiara down the loo at Westminster Abbey during the coronation of Edward VII in 1902. She spent most of the ceremony trying to retrieve it.

Set with spectacular Siberian amethysts, the Londonderry Tiara was given by Tsar Alexander I to Lady Londonderry in 1821. A later Lady Londonderry famously dropped this tiara down the loo at Westminster Abbey during the coronation of Edward VII in 1902. She spent most of the ceremony trying to retrieve it.