Tiara Cartier London Tiara, 1937 Platinum, round old-cut diamonds, oval and fancy-cut aquamarines The central motif can be removed from the tiara and worn as a brooch, pointing downward. This tiara was first made with a single row of oval aquamarines, but the client had a second row of identical stones added five months later. In 1937 Cartier London received orders for no fewer than twenty-seven tiaras, most of them to be worn at the coronation of King George VI in May of that year.
Here are a list of other famous aquamarine tiaras:
1. Aquamarine Tiara worn by the Countess of Wessex, October 2012. This was the re-emergence of a tiara owned by Queen Elizabeth that many had thought had been dismantled to contribute to the Brazilian Parure tiara.
2. Aquamarine and diamond aigrette tiara, Cartier, 1912. Centring on a cushion-shaped aquamarine within an arched surround of interlaced open work scrolls millegrain set with (Read More.....)
Who Says You Cannot Wear A Tiara In The Bathtub? - Here shown Princess Margaret of England
For many centuries, tiaras have been linked to a royal lineage. They are usually only worn during special occasions, such as a coronation or a holiday. One of the reasons they are not worn more often is because of their high value. When not being used, they are kept under heavy guard in vaults that have sophisticated security features. The Egyptians are said to have started the trend of having royalty wear a tiara as a sign of power. Egyptian hieroglyphs show kings and queens wearing elaborate headdresses. These do not resemble the tiaras that are worn by modern royalty. However, they served the same purpose. Here are the tiaras that are currently the most valuable:
1. The Tiara Of Eugenie
This particular tiara sold for an amazing 7.8 million British pounds. This is the current world record price (Read More.....)
Beautiful Wedding Tiaras And Hairstyles
When you are thinking about including a tiara in your wedding you also need to think about what sort of hairstyle you want to go with it. There are a variety of hairstyles that look beautiful and go well with all sorts of tiaras. From the simple to the elegant, these hairstyles can change the way the tiara looks and the impression your guests have. Here are some hairstyles for you to think about:
1. Long and flowing
– The simplest hairstyle for your wedding is often the best when it comes to a natural theme. Tiaras that are large or flowery tend to go well with long, flowing hair. Add some waves for body or leave it straight to give it a more modern look.
2. Half (Read More.....)
Victorian Replica !!! 7.21ct Diamond & Turquoise Tiara
Choosing the perfect tiara or veil for your wedding can be difficult. There are many things to take into account, and there is your own personal style that will also determine what headpieces you like or don’t like. If you need some help choosing the best tiara or veil, then read these helpful tips so that you know what to look for.
Your face shape is very important when you are choosing a headpiece. The wrong headpiece can make your face look very long or flat. If you have a round face, then you should consider a headpiece that has some height to make your face look longer. If you have a long face, then you should choose a flatter headpiece.
Flatter tiaras that cover your forehead are often the best for oval faces because they will keep your face (Read More.....)
Along with a tiara usually comes fond memories of a past special occasion or event. It is for this very reason that you should try to take proper care of a tiara so it stays in good condition and can be enjoyed for many years to come. If you happen to have a dirty, dingy tiara that could use a little attention, you will be glad to know there are certain ways to get it back to its sparkling, beautiful, old self.
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Gather Your Materials
Before you gather the materials needed to clean your tiara, you should find out what the tiara is made of. You want to be sure the materials you use will not harm the tiara in any way. If you are not sure what it is made of, you can ask a jeweler for help. If you have the original packaging that came with your tiara, you can reference that as well. Once you know what it is (Read More.....)