The two blue settings of Princess Sofia’s sparkling palmette tiara have survived to compete in round two of the Nobel Tiara Prize!
The topaz setting of Princess Sofia’s palmette tiara, worn at the 2022 Nobels, beat out its emerald competition in round one of the tournament.
Princess Sofia descended the staircase to the Nobel Prize banquet on December 10, 2022, wearing a gray-blue gown from Ida Lanto.
By this time, Sofia’s original diamond palmette wedding tiara had been altered to make it significantly more wearable and versatile. The coronet-style frame was changed to a more open, hal0-like setting, and additional topper elements were made available to swap out with the original emeralds.
At the 2022 Nobels, Sofia debuted a new set of topper elements for the tiara: briolette-cut blue topazes.
She also wore a pair of earrings from LWL Jewelry that also feature briolette-cut blue topaz drops.
And she finished off the look with a diamond bow brooch from the Swedish royal vaults.
Our final sparkling appearance of the tournament’s round two is Princess Sofia’s gleaming 2019 Nobel turquoise tiara and jewels.
Princess Sofia arrived for the Nobel Prize celebrations in Stockholm on December 10, 2019, wearing a bright blue gown from Emelie Janrell.
She coordinated the color of her jewelry with the zippy blue shade of the dress, wearing yet another new setting of her royal wedding tiara.
This time around, she added a pair of electric blue turquoise toppers to her diamond palmette tiara.
She also wore diamond and turquoise earrings for the Nobel ceremony and banquet.
She secured her order sash with a small diamond bow brooch, part of the Bernadotte jewelry collection, and a modern diamond ring with a criss-cross design.