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This emerald and diamond tiara c1900, from the collection of Princess Katharina Henckel von Donnersmarck, believed to have belonged to Eugenie, wife of French Emperor Napoleon III, sold for a world record 12.76 million dollars at Sotheby's 2011 auction.

This emerald and diamond tiara c1900, from the collection of Princess Katharina Henckel von Donnersmarck, believed to have belonged to Eugenie, wife of French Emperor Napoleon III, sold for a world record 12.76 million dollars at Sotheby's 2011 auction.

Princess Sophie of Isenburg, Princess of Prussia and wife of Georg Friedrich, Prince of Prussia, wearing Crown Princess Cecilie's Meander Tiara, Germany (1905; made by Koch; diamonds).

Princess Sophie of Isenburg, Princess of Prussia and wife of Georg Friedrich, Prince of Prussia, wearing Crown Princess Cecilie's Meander Tiara, Germany (1905; made by Koch; diamonds).

The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

The emerald tiara (fourth from the top) did not belong to the Empress Eugenie. It was made for a German princess from stones that possibly belonged to the empress.

The Tiara of Queen Elisabeth of the Belgians.

The Tiara of Queen Elisabeth of the Belgians.

Diamond Fern Tiara

Diamond Fern Tiara

Tiara belonging to wife of Napoleon III.  Not even that pretty...but still at $12,830,000.00....yes, I'd take it!!!

Tiara belonging to wife of Napoleon III. Not even that pretty...but still at $12,830,000.00....yes, I'd take it!!!

This crown belonged to Richard II’s first queen, Anne of Bohemia, and is a fine example of the ornate Bohemian style. After Henry IV’s accession it was given to his daughter Blanche, who brought it to Germany when she married the Elector Palatine Ludwig III; it now resides in the Residenz in Munich.

This crown belonged to Richard II’s first queen, Anne of Bohemia, and is a fine example of the ornate Bohemian style. After Henry IV’s accession it was given to his daughter Blanche, who brought it to Germany when she married the Elector Palatine Ludwig III; it now resides in the Residenz in Munich.

Diamond And Sapphire Tiara From The Russian Crown Jewels. The tiara is better know as Empress Maria Fedorovna Sapphire Kokoshnik Tiara.

Diamond And Sapphire Tiara From The Russian Crown Jewels. The tiara is better know as Empress Maria Fedorovna Sapphire Kokoshnik Tiara.

russian crown jewels pictures

russian crown jewels pictures

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