House of Savoy's Tiara. This tiara was a gift from Elizabeth of Saxony to his daughter Margherita for her marriage with Prince Umberto of Savoia. The diadem was originally in ears of wheat and the Duchess of Genoa had inherited it from his aunt Elizabeth of Wittelsbach Queen of Prussia. Elizabeth had then remount it by Musy, jewelers in the House of Savoy, in this shape with a pink diamond in the center. The tiara could be disassembled into five brooches
In 1893, HSH Princess Mary of Teck married the HRH Prince George, The Duke of York (future King George V) and received from her parents, The Duke and Duchess of Teck, a parure of three turquoise brooches, a tiara, necklace, and earrings.
Diamond Garland Tiara Made by Cartier. In 1927, Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain ordered a tiara with arching laurel wreaths interwined around two horizontal garlands of leaves, a thematic invention which, considering the predominant style of art deco at this time, can be explained only by reference to the requirements of traditional court etiquette.