This is a very weird question, but, do you have any crowns or jewelry on your repertoire that are shaped with hexagons or that have hexagon-shaped jewels? I haven't found many, only a tiara from Cartier, a tiara belonging to royalty of a norse country, and an amethyst necklace belonging to the former empress of Russia (I think). Thanks in advance, even if you can't help with my weird request 66
As long as it’s about tiaras it’s not a weird question here.
The first tiara I thought of was this one by Chaumet. It was made in 2011 as part of the ‘Bee My Love’ collection. As you can imagine there were a lot of hexagons in that collection.
Margaret Greville’s Honeycomb Tiara was made by Boucheron in 1921 and is currently being worn by the Duchess of Cornwall.
Princess Lalla Salma of Morocco’s wedding parure is almost entirely hexagons. It was made by Chaumet in 2002. She wore a different tiara with the rest of the parure on her wedding day but we were treated to her wearing the tiara later.
Barbara Hutton’s Emerald Tiara features a huge hexagonal emerald. It was made by Cartier in 1947 and the emeralds used to belong to Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna of Russia.
The Hesketh Aquamarine Tiara has hexagonal aquamarines at the center of each cluster. It was made by Cartier and belonged to Chistian McEwen, Lady Hesketh.
I think the amethyst necklace you’re talking about is the one that belonged to Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom and was probably a gift from her brother-in-law, Tsar Alexander III of Russia. Supposedly it can be worn as a tiara but I’ve never seen it used that way.
I didn’t realize how many tiaras featured hexagons. Was the Cartier tiara you mentioned one of these? Also, you’re going to have to tell me the hexagon tiara that belongs to Nordic royalty because I cannot think of it and it will drive me crazy.