The Greville Honeycomb Tiara


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Karianne’s Secret has been making This tiara since 2020. Since then many inferior copies have appeared using cheap alloys.
We stand by our product that it is still the best replica and highest quality available
Please note. Our tiaras are produced to a standard size but as they are made of copper they are flexible, this flexibility allows for adjustment to cater for varying head sizes and hair styles.
Greville Honeycomb Tiara
Our version uses 5A Cubic Zirconia and is triple plated with Rhodium
Also known as the Boucheron Honeycomb Tiara, the Greville Tiara was made by the Boucheron the French luxury jewellery designer for Dame Margaret Greville.
On her death in 1942 Dame Margaret left her exquisite jewellery collection to the then Queen Elizabeth. The Honeycomb Tiara was part of this collection along with The Greville Emerald Tiara worn by Princess Eugenie on her wedding day
Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, eventually adapted the honeycomb tiara by adding a central diamond. On her death, the piece was inherited by Queen Elizabeth II.
This tiara has become a favourite among Queen Camilla’s tiaras and has been worn on a number of occasions, including to her first State Opening of Parliament in 2013.
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