Queen Mary's Fringe Tiara Replica

There are a few different diamond fringe pieces in the Queen’s collection, and they can be hard to tell apart. Queen Mary’s Fringe Tiara – made by Garrard in 1919 from a necklace given to Mary as a wedding present by Queen Victoria – is often mistakenly identified as a tiara of Hanoverian diamonds from George III. Queen Mary gave this piece to Queen Elizabeth (the future Queen Mother) in 1936; it was then loaned to Princess Elizabeth (the current Queen) and Princess Anne for their
wedding days. 
Item Type: Hairwear
Fine or Fashion: Fashion
Style: Classic
Material: Crystal
Metals Type: Zinc Alloy
Type: Tiaras