Meghan chose this spectacular piece, made for Queen Mary (the Queen’s grandmother) in 1932, for her big day. The stunning design, a band of 11 intricate sections, is made up of interlaced ovals and set with round-cut diamonds. In the center is a detachable floral brooch made from ten glittering stones, a wedding present for Mary from the County of Lincoln in 1893. The little-known piece was last seen in 1965, when it was worn by Princess Margaret. Leading jeweler David Marshall says: ‘This would be worth between £350,000 and £450,000. Wow! So dear! Check out our very affordable piece, which is for every fairy tale 'princess to be'.
This beautiful silver alloy and rhinestone wedding tiara would be a perfect standout item for the bride or debutante to wear on her special day.
- Care: Wipe off
- Pin loops are located on each end for added security and comfort.
- Weight: 112g
- Colour: Silver
- Style No. dt5
- Material: Rhinestone diamonds and silver alloy
One size - Length: 16cm/6.3''; Width: 4.5cm/1.8''