Below is a list of the tiaras worn by the women of the Monegasque 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 Century Ball Tiara: A grand diamond tiara with a v-shaped base. Purchased by Van Cleef and Arpels after World War II. Loaned to Princess Grace for the Century Ball by the firm in 1966. Often (incorrectly) said to have belonged to Empress Josephine.
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Princess Grace’s Mystery Tiara: A diamond tiara, depicted in a painting of Princess Grace. Possibly an artistic invention.
Princess Grace’s Turquoise Tiara: A towering ornament, likely set with turquoises and diamonds. Worn by Princess Grace on National Day in 1980.