Our countdown of your favorite tiaras continues with...
#6. The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara
Coming in at number 6 on your list of favorite tiaras is a piece that could warrant a spot based on its story alone. Add in the fact that it comes with two different kinds of stones to swap out and its overall exquisite craftsmanship, and you’ve got yourself a winner.
|The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara, with pearls|
|Grand Duchess Vladimir|
|Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth with the pearl version|
|Up close, you can see how the circles delicately wrap around one another|
|The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara, with emeralds|
|Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth in the emerald version|
|The Grand Duchess Vladimir Tiara, with no pendants|
|Queen Elizabeth wearing the no pendant version|
The tiara in motionWhile this tiara wouldn’t pop to the top of my own favorite tiara list, I wouldn’t turn it away either (obviously). I’d take it and I’d add even more pendant options to it, is what I’d do. There’s a similar tiara of Spanish royal provenance that uses aquamarines to great effect, but I'm thinking amethysts are what we need here.
Did this make your list? If so, why?
Photos: Telegraph/Royal Collection/Getty Images/Abaca Press