9 Amazing Tiaras From The Royal Collection: Kate Middleton Wore Cartier Halo Style Tiara On Her Wedding Day

Date September 24, 2018

Collection of Royal jewels is definitely one-of-a-kind with all these incredible tiaras, necklaces, and rings. Royal women know how to look mesmerizing during all public events, and incredible masterpieces of jewelry help them in this matter. Queen Elizabeth II has got dozens of proposals from the famous editions to outline her amazing collection of jewels. Today, we want to take a look at the Queen’s greatest pride – her most beautiful tiaras.

1. Delhi Durbar Tiara

Delhi Durbar Tiara is an outstanding masterpiece of the Royal jewelry collection. It is made of brilliant cut diamonds mounted in gold platinum. Queen Elizabeth II wore this one at a banquet in New Guinea. The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, also wore the tiara at her first royal banquet at the Buckingham Palace.

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2. George III Fringe Tiara

The Queen wore this incredible Fringe Tiara when she married Prince Philip in 1947. The world-famous jewelers comment this tiara like:

In the entire field of jewelry, no type of object has been more dramatic in its design or richer in its associations.


3. Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara

This tiara consists of pearls and 15 intertwined diamond circles strung together with a diamond ribbon. It was made in 1874 by the Russian jeweler. Queen Elizabeth wore this piece of art at a State Banquet during her official visit to the United States.

4. Burmese Ruby Tiara

Her Majesty wore Burmese Ruby Tiara during her visit to France in 1992. It was a perfect match with a diamond collar presented by Sheikh Khalifa.

5. Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara

It’s probably the most unusual name for jewelry in Her Majesty’s collection. This tiara was a wedding gift to Princess Victoria Mary. It was presented to the Princess by a committee named The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland. The Queen wore it during a State Banquet at the Schloss Bellevue Palace.



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6. Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara

Tiara has 61 platinum bars containing 488 diamonds, the largest two weighing in at 3.25 carats. It was presented as a wedding gift to Queen Alexandra. After her death, Kokoshnik Tiara passed to Queen Mary, and in her turn, she left it to Queen Elizabeth. Her Majesty wore it during her official visit to Germany in 1992.

7. Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara

This tiara is jokingly called “Princess Diana’s favorite sparkler.” Diana liked it most of all the jewelry collection. Kate Middleton wore this incredible “sparkler” for a reception for diplomats at the Buckingham Palace.

8. Princess Andrew of Greece's Meander Tiara

This tiara originated from Princess Anne’s jewel collection. It is made in the Greek style. The central element is a laurel wreath surrounding a large brilliant cut diamond. Princess Anne attended a Guildhall Banquet wearing this piece of art.

9. Halo Tiara

Kate Middleton wore Halo Tiara at her wedding with Prince William. She called it “something borrowed” from the Queen according to the Royal wedding tradition. Kate looked royally beautiful with this sparkling diamond masterpiece which perfectly matched her incredible wedding dress.


These are the most outstanding masterpieces of Her Majesty’s collection of tiaras.

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