15 November 2020

Diamond Tiara Tournament: Week Two Results!

 

Here are all the latest results from our Diamonds Are Forever Tiara Tournament!


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We kicked off the week with a contest between Japan and Monaco! Though the Baumer Aigrette brought in a respectable 23.64% of the vote, the Meiji Tiara was the winner with 76.36%.


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This was a battle of tiaras made by Koch! The Prussian Tiara was victorious, chosen by 65.33% of voters, while 34.67% of you selected the Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg Fringe Tiara.


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This was a Queen Mary tiara showdown! Even without its pendants, the widowed Vladimir Tiara won with 58.43% of the vote, while Queen Mary's Honeysuckle Tiara was the favorite of 41.57% of voters.


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This was a close one! While the Modern Fringe Tiara brought in 47.22% of the vote, the Nine Provinces Tiara was triumphant with 52.78%.


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We've got an upset alert! The Vasa Tiara surprised the competition, winning this round with 64.34% of the vote, while the Baden Palmette Tiara was chosen by 35.66% of voters.


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No contest here! The Dutch Ears of Wheat Tiara was chosen by 13.34% of you, but the Greville Tiara easily won the day with 86.66% of the vote.


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Diamonds from Sweden and Britain faced off in this contest! Princess Anne's Festoon Tiara was the victor with 55.57% of the vote, while 44.43% of you chose Queen Sofia's Tiara.


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Our final contest of the week was closer than the rankings anticipated! The Boucheron Laurel Wreath Tiara held its own, bringing in 32.52% of the vote, but the Stuart Tiara reigned supreme with 67.48%.


Our next contest begins bright and early on Monday!