Monday, October 15, 2018

Princess Eugenie's Tiara

From Maclean's:
For Eugenie’s wedding day, the Queen loaned her granddaughter the Greville emerald kokoshnik tiara. It is made up of brilliant and rose-cut diamonds that are pavé set in platinum. The delicate weave of the tiara highlights six emeralds that are inset to each side, with a massive stone in the centre. It was made by Boucheron in 1919 and was designed in the “kokoshnik” style that was popularized by the headpieces worn in the Russian imperial court. The Queen has her own kokoshnik-style tiara, made of spikes of diamonds. (Read more.)
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2 comments:

Susan, OFS said...

Isn't she lovely?! And what a beautiful, modest gown!

elena maria vidal said...

Yes, lovely!