The Queen’s jewelry collection includes numerous diamond tiaras, but this particular sparkler has only been worn on a handful of occasions—including one of the most important days of her life. Today, we’ve got a look at its reemergence more than six decades later.
One of the Queen’s most famous tiaras can be worn in multiple settings: with pearls, with emeralds, or with no drops at all. Today, we’ve got a look at the magnificent Vladimir Tiara in its “widowed” setting.
The Queen’s jewelry box is filled with diamonds, and some of those jewels have become HM’s favorite, most-worn pieces. Among these are the tiara and necklace that she chose for this occasion, an important artistic anniversary in 1964.