The Royal Honeysuckle Tiara


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Karianne’s Secret has been making This tiara since 2015. 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
4cm at the tallest point
From Queen Mary’s own collection, the diamond honeysuckle tiara. It was actually commissioned by Mary herself shortly after she became queen.
The tiara was made by E. Wolff & Co. on a commission from Garrard. Wolff & Co who also made several other major tiaras for the family, including the Cambridge Lover’s Knot, the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Connaught Diamond, Mary later had this tiara shortened and used some recycled royal diamonds, taken from the County of Surrey Tiara, which had been dismantled.
The tiara has been an adaptable piece from the start, as the central element of the tiara is able to accommodate several different stones. Originally, it was designed to fit three different pieces: the Cullinan V diamond, a sapphire and diamond ornament, and a diamond element featuring a pink stone.
In 1935 Mary offered the tiara to her new daughter-in-law, Lady Alice Montagu Douglas Scott, when she married Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester. Before Mary gave the tiara away, she had a new diamond piece, which also features a honeysuckle design motif.
The Cullinan V, the sapphire and the kunzite stayed with Mary, while the new diamond honeysuckle piece was given to Alice along with the tiara. In 1953, Alice inherited the kunzite element following Mary’s death.
Princess Alice eventually gave the tiara to her own daughter-in-law, Birgitte (the Duchess of Gloucester), who has worn it in all of its forms for a number of years and it is still a faourite of hers
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