The Lotus Flower Tiata it’s a delicate diamond tiara of fanned motifs crowned by floating diamond arches and studded with two pearls at the base and a central top pearl.
It was made by Garrard from one of The Queen Mother’s wedding gifts, a necklace of a Greek key pattern with pendant diamonds and pearls given by her husband, the future George VI.
Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, (wearing the Greville Tiara and the Greville Emerald Neckalce) and Princess Margaret (wearing the Poltimore Tiara) attend the Ballet Performance in honour of the Shah of Iran at the Royal Opera House in London, 1959.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Canada House in London. The visit marks the 150th anniversary of the unification of the British colonies of Canada Her Majesty wore her maple leaf brooch to the event. . July 19, 2017
Queen Elizabeth II introduces the Imperial State Crown.
It is held in the Jewel House in the Tower of London alongside the other British Crown Jewels.
The Imperial State Crown includes many precious gems, including 2,868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds, and 5 rubies.
The Crown includes several famous jewels: the cross at the top is set with a stone known as St. Edward’s Sapphire (1042), a sapphire taken from the ring (or coronet) of Edward the Confessor; the Black Prince’s Ruby (1367) (actually a spinel) is set on the front cross pattée; the famous Cullinan II, or Second Star of Africa, is set on the front of the band, replacing in 1909, the 104-carat (20.8 g) Stewart/ Stuart Sapphire (1214), which now sits at the back. The Crown also contains Queen Elizabeth I’s Pearls (reportedly belonging to Mary, Queen of Scots) under the orb.
State Banquet at Buckingham Palace honoring the visiting King and Queen of Spain. Queen Elizabeth II wears her Aquamarine Parure, Queen Letizia wears the Fleur De Lys diadem; The Duchess of Cornwall in the Boucheron tiara and the Duchess of Cambridge wears the Cambridge Lover’s Knot tiara. July 12, 2017
The Crown of Queen Mary was manufactured for the coronation of King George V and Queen Mary of Teck in 1911. The crown contained 2,200 diamonds including the Koh-i-Noor diamond, the Cullinan III, and Cullinan IV diamonds which have been removed and replaced with crystals. The crown has been unworn since Queen Mary’s death in 1953.