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Tiara Focus: Cartier Halo Tiara

The Cartier Halo Tiara earned its way into the royal history books when it was worn by Miss Catherine Middleton when she married Prince William in 2011. Commissioned by the Duke of York, Queen Elizabeth II’s father in 1936, from the House of Cartier, the tiara is made from 1000 diamonds and platinum. Embed from Getty Images Three narrow bands of brilliant cut diamonds form the base, which is…
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One of Britain's most famous tiaras is stolen

The Portland Tiara, commissioned for a duchess to wear at a glittering and hugely important royal occasion, has been stolen. The diadem, made by Cartier in 1902 ahead of the coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, was taken on Tuesday night from the gallery where…
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Royal Wedding Tiaras: when mum knows best

With just days to go until Princess Eugenie of York marries Jack Brooksbank, royal wedding fever is growing and with all apologies to the groom, although we hope he looks smart, handsome and comfortable on his big day, what we really want to know all about is what the bride will be wearing as the couple say ‘I do’. We know that Eugenie has chosen a British designer for her dress but…
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