|The Leuchtenberg Sapphire Tiara|
|Queen Josephine in the tiara with pearls|
|Queen Victoria (left), Queen Louise (right)|
A full parure, or matching set, of jewelry accompanies the tiara. Today, that parure is composed of the tiara, earrings, a necklace, a brooch, and two hairpins. It is mostly intact from its Napoleonic origins, which is rare. The changes have been minimal: the original earrings were made into something else when the set was with Queen Victoria, the wife of Gustav V, because she did not wear earrings. Victoria's daughter-in-law, Queen Louise (as Crown Princess), made a new set of earrings by converting two of the original four hairpins.
|Crown Princess Victoria in parts of the parure, Queen Silvia and the Leuchtenberg Sapphire necklace and brooch|