Openwork silver frame lined with gold and set transparent with diamonds; narrow band edged with pearls, surmounted by four crosses-pattée, the front cross set with a pale yellow brilliant, and four sprays representing the national emblems of the UK
The Coronation This was likely to be one of the last occasions upon which footmen powdered their hair. Truth to tell short hair plastered flat to the head and covered in flour (a retired Royal footman recorded this technique) was not a great look.
The 'Girls of Great Britain & Ireland' Tiara. In 1893 a committee was formed by Lady Eve Greville to raise money from the 'Girls of Great Britain & Ireland' to purchase a wedding gift for Princess Mary of Teck, the future queen Mary.
The Aquamarine Pineflower Tiara; made by Cartier. This piece originally belonged to the Queen Mother. It was an anniversary gift from her husband, King George VI of England. It now belongs to Princess Anne.