Many of the tiaras the late Queen wore had been crafted with diamonds, such because the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara and Queen Mary’s Fringe Tiara. But when she needed a contact of pink, the Queen had two well-known diadems she might select from the royal assortment.

Burmese Ruby Tiara

The Burmese Ruby Tiara stands out because the Queen’s most-worn ruby diadem, and it was crafted utilizing jewels from one other dismantled tiara.

The Queen beforehand acquired the Nizam of Hyderabad Tiara as a marriage reward, however she repurposed these diamonds and a few rubies from Myanmar, previously Burma, to create a bespoke floral diadem.

The folks of Burma had gifted the Queen 96 rubies when she married in 1947, as they consider rubies supply safety from 96 diseases folks can catch.

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Danish Ruby Parure Tiara

Since she married Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark in 2004, Crown Princess Mary has been noticed on a number of events sporting a leafy ruby tiara.

The Danish Ruby Parure Tiara is adorned with diamond-encrusted foliage, interspersed with dazzling ruby gems.

According to the Court Jeweller, the tiara is a part of a collection “made for Désirée Clary Bernadotte (later Queen Desideria of Sweden) to wear at the coronation of Napoleon and Joséphine in Paris in 1804.”