Time for our round two tip-off, featuring two tiaras from Queen Mary’s jewelry box…
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The Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara vs. Queen Mary’s Honeysuckle Tiara
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This balanced, classic tiara is the overall number one seed in our tournament. Given by a committee of women to Queen Mary as a wedding present in 1893, the diamond tiara has a rich history as well as a beautiful design, making it a perennial favorite for tiara lovers.
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This diamond honeysuckle tiara, which can be worn with a set of interchangeable center stones, was commissioned by Queen Mary in 1914. She gave the tiara to her daughter-in-law, Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, as a wedding present in 1935. Today, it’s worn by Alice’s daughter-in-law, the present Duchess of Gloucester.
Our second and final match-up of the day is coming your way at noon CDT!