Anyway, it doesn't take much convincing to get me to put up a Japanese tiara for our Thursday evaluation.
Princess Takamado in Sweden for the wedding of Princess Madeleine, 2013, wearing the Takamado Diamond and Pearl TiaraNot being a big follower of the Japanese imperial family and its many members, my first introduction to Hisako, Princess Takamado, came at the wedding of Princess Madeleine of Sweden and Christopher O’Neill in 2013. The smiling, chatty princess represented Japan wearing a tiara of diamonds and pearls in scroll motifs with single diamonds and pearls across the top. Those top stones give the tiara a firework-like touch, an extra dose of energy in a diadem that otherwise conforms to the purely white, often scrolling tiaras that make up the vault of the Japanese imperial family.
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|Tiara, bracelet, earrings, ring worn in Sweden, 2013|
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Is this a standout for you, or just another in a row of nearly identical imperial tiaras?