|Mary wears the tiara in Ottawa, 1901|
|Illustration of the tiara from Mary's wedding gift list|
|Mary wears the tiara as a necklace, 1905|
Like the other tiaras we’re looking at this week, the Surrey tiara is no longer a part of the royal collection. In fact, it’s not a part of any collection. Even so, remnants of it linger in Windsor hands today. It was broken up around 1913, and Mary had the stones used in the creation of other jewels. The largest diamonds from this tiara ended up perched atop the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara (replacing the upright pearls that were transferred to her new Lover's Knot Tiara). Other diamonds from the dismantled diadem were used in the creation of her Honeysuckle Tiara.