The dazzling diamond and pearl Cambridge Lover's Knot tiara was once owned by Prince William's mother Princess Diana. One of Diana's most iconic pieces, the diadem obviously holds sentimental value for the Duchess of Cambridge, but it also has an amazing royal history.
The tiara was made by Royal jewelers Garrard in 1914 to Queen Mary's personal design from pearls and diamonds already in her family's possession. In her will, Queen Mary left the tiara to the Queen who wore it frequently, including at an evening event in 1955. By this point, the top layer of pearls had been removed and returned to Queen Mary's brooches. In 1981 she gave it as a wedding present to Prince William's mother, Diana who wore it for the first time at the state opening of parliament that November. It is now in the Duchess of Cambridge's collection; she wore it for few occasions. Check out our inspired version, perfect accessories for your special day!
This exquisite tiara has darling faux pearls that swing from lover's knots, capped with dazzling crystals. It also has pin loops at each end for extra security.
- Care: Wipe off
- Pin loops are located on each end for added security and comfort.
- Weight: 92g
- Colour: Silver
- Style No. dt3
- Material: Rhinestone, faux pearl and silver alloy
One size - Length: 15.5cm/6.1''; Width: 5.5cm/2.2''