Cambridge knot Princess Diana Royal Wedding Tiara . Dimensions: 2 3/16"h, by 6.5" diameter. This is an authentic reproduction of the original . It was designed by Queen Mary in 1914 and was known as the Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara. It was loaned to Diana by the Queen and Diana wore it to various state occasions with matching pearl drop earrings. Used by Princess Diana at her wedding. Also referred to the "THE CAMBRIDGE LOVER'S KNOT TIARA." THE TIARA WAS ORIGINALLY PRODUCED IN 1914 FOR QUEEN MARY. THE GRANDMOTHER OF QUEEN MARY, THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE, OWNED A SIMILAR TIARA, WHICH INSPIRED THE DESIGN. Hundreds of jewel cut Austrian gemstones adorn this piece. Platinum plated support and mounts.
Two of Saint Petersbourgs finest Russian Imperial Art Museums have been awarded the commission rights to restore and to produce certain Faberge masterpieces. These museums are working along with regional ateliers, where some of the 19th century designs were first made. Condition is new, and is an authentically reproduced masterpiece of an original Carl Faberge design . Usually sold exclusively in St. Petersburg and Moscow Cathedral, Museum, and Palace gift shops, in Russia. Condition is new. Comes in lined presentation case with Romanov Coat of Arms engraved with ST Petersburg, Moscow.