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Choose from 519 pictures in our Tiara collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Present for Princess Mary from 50, 000 Voluntary Aid Detachment A wonderful diamond Featured Print

Present for Princess Mary from 50, 000 Voluntary Aid Detachment A wonderful diamond

Present for Princess Mary from 50, 000 Voluntary Aid Detachment
A wonderful diamond and emerald tiara subscribed for by 50 000 Voluntary Aid Detachment of the Empire is to be presented to Princess Mary as a wedding gift. Lady Ampthil and Dame Oliver with the tiara
10 February 1922

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Royal wedding 1893 - presents Featured Print

Royal wedding 1893 - presents

Jewellery given as wedding gifts on the occasion of the marriage of George Duke of York(later King George V)(1865-1936) to Princess May of Teck(later the Duchess of York, then Queen Mary)(1867-1953). Presents where given by the Duke of York, Queen Victoria, Duke and Duchess of Portland, the Empress Eugenie, the Duke and Duchess of Teck, the Duke of Westminster, as well as the County of Surrey and the inhabitants of Kensington. Date: 6th July 1893

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Parure of Diamonds and Pearls - The Gift of HRH The Prince of Wales, 1863. Artist: Robert Dudley Featured Print

Parure of Diamonds and Pearls - The Gift of HRH The Prince of Wales, 1863. Artist: Robert Dudley

Parure of Diamonds and Pearls - The Gift of HRH The Prince of Wales, 1863. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, the future King Edward VII, purchased a parure for, Princess Alexandra of Denmark, as a wedding gift. The set from Garrard included a large diamond tiara, a diamond and pearl necklace, a set of earrings, and brooch. The tiara, popularly known as the Rundell Tiara, no longer exists. The other jewels are in Queen Elizabeth II's private collection. From A Memorial of the Marriage of H.R.H. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and H.R.H. Alexandra, Princess of Denmark, by W. H Russell. [Day and Son, London, 1863]

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