|The tiara and the sketch of the wedding jewels|
in the necklace form, which she hadn't done since 1988. Like the Connaught Diamond Tiara, it is a shape made to be worn in the voluminous hairstyles popular at the time of its creation, and that makes it tough to wear today. But Queen Silvia, who has not yet shared the tiara with her daughters, is up to the task.
Where does this rank on your list of favorite Swedish tiaras?
With the Nobel Prize tiara events approaching, my wish this year is something I wish for every year: anything new or rare on the jewel front. Not a new jewel, I am being somewhat realistic here, but someone wearing something they haven’t worn before or something beyond the expected. This is one of the tiaras that I wait for Silvia to share...
Photos: Illustrated London News, Royal Court of Sweden, Wikimedia Commons, Anthony Jones/Julian Parker/UK Press and Pool via Getty Images, Presidência da República Portuguesa