The Tiarapedia: Liechtenstein

Below is a list of the tiaras worn by the women of Liechtenstein's princely family; it includes only the tiaras currently worn by the family, not historical tiaras or tiaras whose ownership is currently uncertain. Click on the title of the tiara to be taken to pages with fuller histories, large images, and much more information. Enjoy!

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The Habsburg Fringe Tiara: A classic, balanced diamond fringe tiara, featuring large, sword-shaped diamond fringes interspersed with slender spikes set with brilliants. Made around 1890 by K√∂chert for Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria. Inherited in 1944 by Maria Theresa's daughter, Princess Elisabeth Amalie. Part of the princely family's jewelry collection today. Worn by Archduchess Maria Theresa of Austria, Princess Gina, Princess Marie Aglae, Princess Isabelle, and Hereditary Princess Sophie. Worn as a wedding tiara by Princess Marie Aglae (1967) and Princess Isabelle (1971).

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The Kinsky Honeysuckle Tiara: A simple tiara of diamond honeysuckle elements, surrounded by diamond circles, interspersed by floralesque diamond spikes, convertible for wear as a necklace. Made around 1870. Given to Princess Maria Josepha by her husband, Ferdinand, 7th Prince Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau. Descended through the Princely Family of Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau until it was purchased by Prince Hans-Adam II for his wife, Princess Marie Aglae. Worn by Mathilde, Princess Kinsky of Wchinitz and Tettau, Princess Marie Aglae, Hereditary Princess Sophie, Princess Tatjana, and Princess Angela. Worn as a wedding tiara by Princess Tatjana (1999) and Princess Angela (2000).