|Grand Duchess Maria Teresa wears the tiara during a 2007 state visit from Spain (Photo: Luc Deflorenne/AFP/Getty Images)|
The tiara, which is made of diamonds set in platinum, was made by Henry Coosemans in the same year that Joséphine-Charlotte married. The diamonds were all sourced from the Belgian Congo, which had not yet been granted independence; the same is true for some of the other diamond gifts that Joséphine-Charlotte received.
The was given to the princess by the Société Générale, a French bank. The largest central diamond is detachable and can also be worn as a ring.
|Grand Duchess Maria Teresa wears the tiara during a 2011 state visit to Norway (Photo: Erlend Aas/AFP/Getty Images)|
Joséphine-Charlotte continued to wear this tiara almost exclusively until her death in 2005, although she did lend it to another daughter-in-law, Princess Sibilla, on more than one occasion.
|Grand Duchess Maria Teresa wears the tiara during the 2007 Spanish state visit (Photo: Jean-Christophe Verhaegen/AFP/Getty Images)|