|The Kent Pearl Festoon Tiara (Photo: Scott Barbour/Getty Images)|
Lots of the Kent tiaras have very clear and established provenance information. Because Prince George, Duke of Kent married a fellow royal — Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark — the couple garnered a pretty serious tiara haul as a part of their wedding gifts. But this tiara doesn’t seem to have been a wedding present, and its history is a bit less certain. It was reportedly made around the turn of the twentieth century, possibly by Cartier. Some sources think that the duke may have purchased the tiara for his wife. Ultimately, we really don't know.
|Princess Michael wears the tiara at a Guildhall banquet in 2003 (Photo: Scott Barbour/Getty Images)|
|Princess Michael wears the tiara at a Guildhall banquet in 2011 (Photo: CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images)|